"Pars Sueviae Australior", Lotter, Tobias Conrad
Subject: Southern Germany
Period: 1760 (circa)
Color: Hand Color
24.7 x 18.9 inches
62.7 x 48 cm
This striking map of southern Germany is based on the work of Delisle. It covers portions of present-day Baden-Wurttemberg and Bavaria. Numerous towns and cities are named, including Ulm and Augsburg, and roads and rivers, most prominently the Danube, are delineated. Lake Constance (Lacus Constantiensis sive Bodensee) appears at bottom left.
A clean example on watermarked paper with a few barely visible extraneous creases and two tiny pinholes.