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Antique Print of the Governor-General’s Residence in Batavia by J.W. Heydt (1744)

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Antique Print of the Governor-General’s Residence in Batavia titled ‘Ein Prospect Seiner Hoch Edelheit des Herrn General Guverneurs  hoffu: Wohn Hauses in dem Caftel Batavia wie dafelbe von innen ohne die Baume an zu fehen’.

An attractive mid 18th century prospect of the High Hon. Govener-General’s residence in the Castle of Batavia drawn without trees. Drawn by Johann Wolfgang Heydt in 1739, a German draughtsman and engraver born in Indonesia, engraved by Andreas Hoffer Johann of Nuremberg and published in Allerneuster Geograpisch und Topographische Schau-Platz von Africa und Oost- Indien … in 1744.

  • a. Residence of the govener – general
  • b. Living quarters of the halberdiers
  • c. Library
  • d. Passage to the meeting hall
  • e. Rest-house where most of the audience take place
  • f. Meeting Hall
  • g. Kitchen

Purchase Code: P2340

8.000.000 IDR incl. passepartout

450,00 Euro incl. passepartout
540,00 USD incl. passepartout

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