Iberian Peninsula (Spain & Portugal) – Nova et accurata tabula Hispaniae

by Claes Janszoon Visscher

Superb first state carte-à-figures map of Iberica


Date of first edition: 1623

Date of this map:  1623

Dimensions (not including margins): 46 x 55,8 cm

Condition: Cut till neat line, now with added margins, some paper loss, carefully restored. Split along center fold, hardly notable. Nevertheless in very good condition.

Condition: rating: A

Map reference: Schilder, Monumenta VI, 103.1






Item number:
Spain & Portugal
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Price (without VAT, possibly to be added): 5 500,00 (FYI +/- $6 710,00 / £4 730,00)
Unless otherwise specifically stated on this map page, we charge the following expedition costs in euro: 
– Benelux: 20 euro
– Rest of Europe: 30 euro
– Rest of the World: 50 euro

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Visscher and Iberian Peninsula

First state: The map shows the geographical image introduced by Hessel Gerritsz’s 1612 wall map of Spain, based on information provided by the Coimbra University professor Don Andreae d’Almada. The map is framed on 4 sides by town views, costumed figures and coats of arms. In the side borders are costumed figures representing the different social classes. The map was according to prof. Schilder probably engraved by Abraham Goos; the borders by an unknown engraver from the Visscher work shop.

Cities at the top: Madrid, Lixbona, Valladolid.

Cities at the bottom: Granada, Toledo, Barcelona and Burgos. Bottom center: Monast. S. Laurent.

The four corners show: Pons Segovia, Tores Herculis,  S. Adriani M and Algibe.