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Nicolas Berey, World Map, 1661

Nicolas Berey, World Map, 1661

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La carte generale du monde. Nicolas Berey (1610, June 30, 1665) was a French engraver and publisher. Among his cartographic works is the Carte Generale de toutes les postes et traverses de France, published around 1640, with all the routes and stops of the postal services in France in the second quarter of the 17th century. In 1649 he issued a world map based on (and referring to) the world map of Jodocus Hondius from 1640. Includes text, 2 celestial hemispheres, 3 compasses, and latitudinal sphere. Chez N. Berey, enlumineur du Roy au bout du Pont neuf proche les Agustins aux deux globes, avec privilege du Roy, 1661.

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