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Rare Hugo Allard map of Spain, which appears to be drawn from Visscher's carte-a-figures map of 1623.

Visscher's map of 1623 is one of the most decorative and sought after maps of Spain from the early 17th Century. The map was later copies by Danckerts, after 1640. The present map, engraved by Lhullier in 1662 (see lower right corner) and bearing the name of Hugo Allard is extremely rare, with the only example we can locate having been one of 37 maps in Lot 9 of the Wardington Sale (October 5, 2005), where was listed as item #16 in the collation.

The map is of further note fo listing Allardt's address as "Hugo Allardt excudit jnde Kalver straet inde Werrelt Caert."

We have not located any other examples of this rare map.

Condition Description
Some soiling along centerfold and a bit of creasing and soiling