Original Copperplate Map

Original City View of Heidelberg HEIDELBERGA by Braun & HOGENBERG in 1575


Original City View of Heidelberg HEIDELBERGA by Braun & HOGENBERG in 1575

Original City View of Heidelberg HEIDELBERGA by Braun & HOGENBERG in 1575    Original City View of Heidelberg HEIDELBERGA by Braun & HOGENBERG in 1575

Original Hand-Colored, Wood Engraved Map of HEIDELBERG BY BRAUN & HOGENBERG from 1575. This panoramic view is of the German city of Heidelberg. On the banks of the Neckar River. The main sites are named in the key below.

French manuscript text on verso. In good condition with several repairs in facsimile. BRAUN & HOGENBERG - Engravings from Civitates Orbis Terrarum. Most of them carved by Frans Hogenberg.

Some by his son Abraham Hogenberg. This fine map is suitable for framing and would be an excellent, cherished gift or an important addition to your collection. The map that is being offered is entitled. If the print is not as stated and you want to return it, you have 14 days to do so.

SANDTIQUE'S mission is to offer its prints and maps at the "Best Value" on the Internet. If you find an exact print at a lower price, please send us the link and we will match the price. This is for fixed price, identical, single prints from the same publication & year and in equal condition. The item "Original City View of Heidelberg HEIDELBERGA by Braun & HOGENBERG in 1575" is in sale since Thursday, August 22, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\World Maps". The seller is "sandtiqueprints" and is located in Jacksonville, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  1. YEAR: 1575
  2. Country of Origin: GERMANY
  3. Hand-Colored: YES
  4. Size: 19" X 13"
  5. Cartographer/Publisher: BRAUN & HOGENBERG
  6. Printing Technique: Copper Plate
  7. Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  8. Format: Folding Map
  9. Type: County Map
  10. Date Range: 1500-1599


Original City View of Heidelberg HEIDELBERGA by Braun & HOGENBERG in 1575    Original City View of Heidelberg HEIDELBERGA by Braun & HOGENBERG in 1575