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Poster showing Norway, Sweden and Finland. Created by the cartographer Gerard Mercator (1512-1594) and published in 1630 in Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas sive cosmographicæ meditationes de fabrica mvndi et fabricati figvra. The size is 70×50 cm/28×20 inches.
Sweden, Norway and Finland 1630€19 Add to cart
“Grundtegning af Christiania med Agershus 1772”. Newly printed poster showing Norweigan city Christiania (today Oslo) with Agershus 1772. Size 70×50 cm/20×28 inches.
Christiania with Agershus 1772€25 Add to cart
“Grundtegning af Christiania med Agershus 1774”. Newly printed poster showing Christiania (Oslo) with Agershus 1774. Size 70×50 cm/28×20 inches.
Christiania with Agershus 1774€19 Add to cart
“Grantse-Carte imellom Norge og Swerrige fra Nommedalen i Trondheims lehn, till Gottenbörg ved Bahuuslan“. A newly printed poster showing the border between Norway and Sweden 1714. Perfect on your wall, printed on high quality paper.
Size 70×50 cm/20×28 inches.
Border map Norway and Sweden 1714€11 Add to cart
€19 – €25
Newly printed poster. German cartographer Nicolaus Germanus published the first Latin translation of the ancient works of the Greek geographer Ptolemy, supplemented by this map of Scandinavia, among others. The map was originally drawn by the Danish geographer Claudius Clavus. First printed 1482.
First map of Scandinavia€19 – €25 Select options
€19 – €25
Newly printed poster showing a map from 1708 of Northern Norway, Sweden and Norway. Several sizes.
Northern Norway, Sweden and Finland 1708€19 – €25 Select options
€17 – €39
Newly printed poster with map Carta Marina printed on it. Carta Marina is the earliest reasonably accurate map of the Nordic and Baltic countries. The author of the map, Olaus Magnus (1490–1557) put twelve years of work on the map before it was printed in Venice in 1539. In 1572 Antonio Lafreri published a reduced copy of the Carta marina in Rome and it is that colorful version on the poster.
Carta Marina 1572€17 – €39 Select options
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