La Nuova Francia. (S3-1)
Upper Left:424. Upper Right: 425.
Author: Giovanni Battista Ramusio
Source / Publication: Terzo Volume delle Navigationi e Viaggi. (edition 2)
Place of Publication: Florence
Volume: 3, edition 2
Page Number: 424-425
Artist: Giacomo Gastaldi
Paper Dimensions: 11 7/8 x 16 1/4 inches.
Coloured: Black and White
Condition: The print is in very good condition with what appears to be a water mark on the left side, as well as a small tear on the bottom left, and there is very minor wear through the center where the pages connect, which has been previously repaired.
References: Cohen and Augustyn, Manhattan in Maps, p. 18. Burden 25; Augustyn & Cohen p.18; McCorckle 556.1; Kershaw 15b; Verner & Stuart-Stubbs 2; Goss 8; Suarez 26; Potter p.241.
Keywords: New France, Nouvelle France, New Englad, Terra Nova, New lands, land, Terra incognita, unknown lands, Isola de Mont, Ostra, Ponenete, Umbega, boats, ships, antique print, Gastaldi, Sea creatures, sea serpents, Levante, Tramontana, Terra de Labrador, labrador, sea, ocean, serpent, serpents, creatures, Natives,
Identification Number: S3-1
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