“The consummate study of Dutch cartography in relation to Dutch expansion”
By WIEDER, Frederick Caspar., 1925
Monumenta Cartographica: Reproductions of unique and rare maps, plans and views in the actual size of the originals accompaned by cartographical monographs…
- Author: WIEDER, Frederick Caspar.
- Publication place: The Hague
- Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff
- Publication date: 1925–33.
- Physical description: Folio, five volumes of text in one and 5 volumes of maps, elephant 2°, 126 collotype maps unbound as issued in original portfolios brown buckram and original cloth-backed portfolios.
- Inventory reference: 1158
The author, Dr Friedrich Caspar Wieder (1874–1943) was an eminent cartographical scholar, and his work remains a rare and respected milestone in the field.
- Kees Zandvliet, “Mapping the Dutch World Overseas in the Seventeenth Century” in David Woodward (ed.), The History of Cartography, Volume 3: Cartography in the European Renaissance (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007).