Period: 1679 (circa)
Publication: Geographiae Universalis…
Color: Hand Color
4.8 x 3.9 inches
12.2 x 9.9 cm
This little map shows Tucuman as a large province bounded by Peru, Chile, Magellanica and La Plata. Several Spanish missions are located along the major rivers. Pierre Duval was Nicolas Sanson's nephew and pupil. He published a wide range of atlases and individual maps including a fine miniature world geography with many of the maps based on Sanson. This map is from the German edition of Duval's world geography. The maps were probably engraved by Sigismund G. Hipschman (as his signature appears on the title page and the world map) and have Latin titles rather than the original French. The maps are often attributed to Johann C. Beer, who translated the work into German.
References: King (2nd ed.) pp. 132-135.
Issued folding with some minor soiling and light toning along the edges of the sheet.