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The Tower in London, by Gabriel Bodenehr.

Gabriel Bodenehr (1673-1765)

Engraver and mapmaker of Augsburg, from a family dynasty of engravers and publishers. Son of Johann Georg Bodenehr (1631-1704), father of Gabriel II and brother of Georg Conrad. In 1717 the family took over the Augsburg publishing house of Stridbeck. His works include Atlas Curieux (1704) and Curioser Staats- und Kriegs- Theatrum (1716).

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Tour Towr, heist eigentlich ein Thurm, es wird aber absonderlich das Castell zu Londen an der Temse, von dem mitten darinnen stehenden Thurms, also gennet, ... - Bodenehr G., 1720.

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Item Number:  13435  new
Category:  Antique maps > Europe > British Isles
References: Fauser - #7976

Old, antique view of the Tower in London, by Gabriel Bodenehr.

Date: 1720

Copper engraving, printed on paper.
Size (including text, not including margins): 17 x 28cm (6.6 x 10.8 inches)
Verso: Blank
Condition: Excellent.
Condition Rating: A+
References: Fauser, #7976.

From: Bodenehr G. Europens Pracht und Macht. Augsburg, 1720.

Gabriel Bodenehr (1673-1765)

Engraver and mapmaker of Augsburg, from a family dynasty of engravers and publishers. Son of Johann Georg Bodenehr (1631-1704), father of Gabriel II and brother of Georg Conrad. In 1717 the family took over the Augsburg publishing house of Stridbeck. His works include Atlas Curieux (1704) and Curioser Staats- und Kriegs- Theatrum (1716).