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Antique Map of Malaysia by Vuillemin (1843)

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Antique map of Malaysia titled ‘Carte de la Malaisie’. Lithographed map of South East Asia by A. Vuillemin. Includes Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore and Java.

Alexandre Vuillemin (1812-1880) was a cartographer and a book editor based in Paris, France. Despite a prolific cartographic career, much of Vuillemin’s life is shrouded in mystery.

Condition: Very good, please study image carefully.
Overall size: 39 x 34,5 cm (including passe-partout)
Image size: 31 x 23 cm.

2.800.000,00 IDR
175,00 Euro
195,00 USD

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