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Antique Map of the Moluccas by Van Schley (c.1760)

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Antique map of the Moluccas titled ‘Kaart der Molukze naburige Eilanden’. Map of the Moluccas, Indonesia, one of the fabled Spice Islands and once the only known source of nutmeg and cloves.  Depicts Ceram, Ambon and the Banda islands close to Indonesia. It features a Rococo title cartouche. Published by Antonine de Prevost d’ Exile’s “Histoire Generale des Voyages” (From a Dutch edition by Pierre de Hondt). Engraved by J. van Schley.

Condition: Very good, please study image carefully.
Overall size: 52 x 36.5 cm (including passe-partout)
Image size: 38 x 23 cm.

3.500.000,00 IDR
220,00 Euro
250,00 USD

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