3 copper engravings of Beverwijk; 1 print and 2 city maps.
Size engraving 1 (De Leth, map): 16 x 20 cm.
Size engraving 2 (Boxhorn, map): 14.5 x 22 cm.
Size engraving 3 (Spilman, print): 7.5 x 9.5 cm.
In excellent condition. Wide margin. Top margin is narrow, but sufficient for framing. Verso: blank.
Hand-coloured copper engraving, published in 1729 in Amsterdam by Hendrik de Leth in "Het Zegepralend Kennemerland".
Condition: excellent. Wide margins. Verso: Dutch text. Title cartouche with legend and scales on the bottom right, on the upper left there is the city's coat of arms, surrounded by a laurel wreath. Nice sharp print.
Copper engraving, published in 1634 in Amsterdam by Henricus Hondius in "Toneel ofte Beschryvinge Der Steden van Hollandt (...), Marcus Zuerius Boxhornius."
In excellent condition. Margin on the bottom is narrow, otherwise it has wide margins. Verso: blank. Fresh sheet.
Title below image: "De Stede Beverwyk . 1740."
Copper engraving by Hendrik Spilman, from c. 1750.
(Total of 3).
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