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Banten Bay Java – Pulo dua Batto

A small early 18th century map of Banten Bay showing the islands of Pulo Dua and Pulo Batto together with soundings within the Bay and profiles of hills on the islands published by Constantin de Renneville (c. 1650-1723) in his Recueil des voyages qui ont servi a l’establissment et aux progre de la Compagnie des Indes Orientales in Amsterdam in 1703. De Renneville’s publication was a translation and adaption of Isaak Commelin’s Begin ende voortgangh van de vereenighde Nederlandtsche Geoctroyeende Oost-Indische Compagnie thought to have been first published in Amsterdam around 1645.

Very good condition; measures 141 x 202 mm.

Purchase code: M1636/AARA

Price: 90 USD.

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