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Detailed map of the Catlolic Low Countries from a late edition of Sanson's atlas.

The map coves Brabant, Limborg, Luxembourg, Gueldre, Flandres, Artois, Hainaut, Namur, Anvers, and Malines. Decorative 2 cartouches.

Guillaume Sanson Biography

The son of famous French cartographer Nicolas Sanson, Guillaume (1633-1703) carried on his father's work. Like his sire, he was a court geographer to Louis XIV. He often worked in partnership with another prominent cartographer of the time, Hubert Jaillot.