C1607
 (1610)

Hiberniae Ireland Anglis. Yverdon Britannis Erin incolis. Ierna....

Mapmaker:

William Hole

One of the earliest English printed maps solely devoted to Ireland. Superbly embellished with a large compass rose at lower left and a ornate title within a strap work design. Sea monsters and a galleon are added to the stipple … Read Full Description

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S/N: CBRIT-BI-IRE-1610-MOLE–232731
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Full Title:

Hiberniae Ireland Anglis. Yverdon Britannis Erin incolis. Ierna….

Date:

C1607
 (1610)

Mapmaker:

William Hole

Condition:

In good condition, with centre fold as issued.

Technique:

Hand coloured copper engraving.

Image Size: 

395mm 
x 300mm

Paper Size: 

410mm 
x 307mm
AUTHENTICITY
Hiberniae Ireland Anglis. Yverdon Britannis Erin incolis. Ierna.... - Antique Print from 1607

Genuine antique
dated:

1610

Description:

One of the earliest English printed maps solely devoted to Ireland. Superbly embellished with a large compass rose at lower left and a ornate title within a strap work design. Sea monsters and a galleon are added to the stipple engraved sea. Orientated with north to the right of the map.

This example is without text on verso and no plate number, 1610.

First issued 1607 in Camden’s Britannia with Latin text to verso.
Second issue 1610 lacks text to verso.
Third issue 1637, only issue with engraved plate number

References:
Shirley (BL Atlases) T.CAMD-1c;
Law, pp.36-37.

 

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