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Jan Mathys fecit

Author: P. Post Inventor Jan Mathys fecit

creator QS:P170,Q1402952
GROND van de vierde verdiepingh ofte de Solder, van het STADT-HUYS VAN MAASTRICHT, met vertooningh van Gooten, Nockken ende de Kap
Object type
Nederlands: Prent
English: Print
Nederlands: In 1659 voltooide de architect Pieter Post (1608-1669) de bouw van het stadhuis van Maastricht. Op deze prent uit 1664 is het grondplan van de vierde verdieping afgebeeld. De belangrijkste onderdelen worden langs de onderzijde van de prent in het Nederlands en het Frans verklaard.
English: The new town hall of Maastricht by architect Pieter Post (1608-1669) was finished in 1659. This print from 1664 shows the groundplan of the fourth floor of the town hall. The most important elements are explained in Dutch and French below the print.
Date 1664
date QS:P571,+1664-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Nederlands: Kopergravure
Dimensions 38 x 31 cm
institution QS:P195,Q23308
Place of creation Amsterdam
Notes C9E10 049_14E
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creator QS:P170,Q577598
Creator:Jan Mathijs
creator QS:P170,Q1402952
Depicted locations Netherlands - Maastricht

Source page at the Geheugen van Nederland / Memory of the Netherlands website

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Catalogue entry: Maps C.9.e.10.

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