One of the most appealing maps in Jan Jansson’s Novus Atlas was…
One of the most appealing maps in Jan Janssonius’ Novus Atlas was this meticulously engraved and delicately colored representation of the North Atlantic and the coastlines of the continents forming its boundaries. Compass roses and rhumb lines suggest that Janssonius intended it to be used for planning voyages – real or imagined – but this chart is also a fine example of decorative cartography.
Size: 14½” x 19” – Color, Text Weight Paper
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