Vincenzo Coronelli's Colored Map of the New World Western Hemisphere Framed 47"



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A Framed Reproduction of Coronelli's Map of the New World, Attributed to Trevor James Company. The map shows the Western Hemisphere including the discoveries made by Abel Tasman in Australia and an early image of the New Zealand coastline, plus California as an Island. The treatment of the Northeastern Coast of Asia and Japan are also quite unusual, including a representation of Terra di Iesso, the mythical land bridge which was frequently shown to extend from Asia to Alaska, with only the Straits of Anian separating the two continents.

The decorative borders include co-ordinates and descriptions of signs of the zodiac.

The map is from Coronelli's Atlante Veneto. The Atlante was professionally designed as a continuation of Blaeu's Atlas Maior and by 1701 was extended to embrace up to twelve volumes.

Framed in wood with a burlwood finish, naturally distressed and gold trim. Framed Under Glass


Very Good; Gently Used


38" x 2" x 47"; picture area 27.5" x 36.5"