Amsterdam: WIC headquarters, inner courtyard

by evert maaskamp

Detail

Date of first edition:  1805

Date of this map: 1805

Dimensions copper plate(not including margins): 28,5 x 38 cm

Dimensions (including margins): 36,5 x 49 cm

Condition: Very good copper engraving on strong paper and wide margins. Centre fold as published.  .

Condition rating: A+

Verso: blank

From: Nieuwe atlas, van de voornaamste gebouwen en gezigten der stad Amsterdam, met derzelver beknopte beschryvingen, second edition by Maaskamp – first edition by Fouquet

 

 

Item number:
52017
Region:
Europe
Benelux
Netherlands cities
VOC-WIC
Categories:
Recent Additions
Price (without VAT, possibly to be added): 200,00 (FYI +/- $244,00 / £172,00)
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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View on the ‘West-Indisch-Huys’ and courtyard, in  Amsterdam.

Left the back of the main building. The West India Company had its seat from 1674 to 1792 in the building of the former Voetboogdoelen, Singel 425. Print 37 from the Atlas of Fouquet in the reissue of Evert Maaskamp.

Title in Dutch and French

Drawing by H. Schouten

Published in Nieuwe atlas, van de voornaamste gebouwen en gezigten der stad Amsterdam, met derzelver beknopte beschryvingen, second edition. This is a marvellous town-atlas, the greatest work describing 18th century Amsterdam with its houses and buildings set up in their environments of places and canals.

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