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Antique maps > europe > italy > Antique map of Italy by Herman Moll.
A New Map of Italy Distinguishing All the Sovereignties in it, Whether States, Kingdoms, Dutchies, Principalities, Republicks &c. with the Post Roads - Moll H., c. 1726.
Map of Italy, with three inset views: Mount Aeolius (near Terni, in Umbria), Vesuvius and Mount Etna.
Copper engraving, printed from two plates, joined.
Size: 60.5 x 102cm (23.6 x 39.8 inches)
Condition: Old coloured with later additions, small reinforcement at fold split.
Condition Rating: A
References: Borri, 171.
From: Moll Herman, The World Described, or a New and Correct Sett of Maps . . . London, J. & T. Bowles, c. 1726. (Phillips (Atlases), 554)
Item number: 13707
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