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    [Hand-colored Sea Chart]. Jacob Jacobsz. Pascaerte om achter Yrlandi... Amsterdam, [circa late 1600s].

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    [Hand-colored Sea Chart]. Jacob Jacobsz. Pascaerte om achter Yrlandi... Amsterdam, [circa late 1600s]. Measures approximately 22 x 17.5 inches, matted and ready to frame at an overall size of 26.5 x 22.75 inches. Minor overall toning and some foxing. A few tiny wormholes repaired near the center of the image area. Very good. A scarce sea chart of the northeastern coast of Ireland.



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    April, 2014
    2nd Wednesday
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