Lot 122: Early map of Mexico and a cornerstone map of New Spain

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November 5, 2016
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Description: Hispaniae Novae Sivae Magnae Recens Et Vera Descriptio 1595. Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598). Engraved map. Antwerp, 1595. 14 x 18 inches sheet, 23 x 27 inches framed. One of the best early maps of Mexico and a cornerstone map of New Spain. The prototype for most maps of the early 17th century. It covers the Pacific coast from present-day Acapulco to about Mazatlan and inland to Mexico City, which is situated on a large lake.
Artist or Maker: Abraham Ortelius
Literature: Engraving on paper
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