File:Atlas Beudeker-C9E10 062 19A-DE STAD SLUIS Van t klein -Pas te zien.jpeg

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A. de Haen ad viv.del. 1739

J.C. Philips fecit, 1740
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Author: A. de Haen ad viv.del. 1739 J.C. Philips fecit, 1740

Publisher: s.n.
Title
DE STAD SLUIS Van t klein -Pas te zien
Object type
Nederlands: Prent
English: Print
Description
Nederlands: Dit stadsgezicht van Sluis werd in 1739 gegraveerd door Jan Caspar Philips (overleden ca. 1765) naar een tekening van de Amsterdamse tekenaar Abraham de Haan (1707-1748).
English: This view of Sluis was engraved in 1739 by Jan Caspar Philips (deceased c. 1765) after a drawing of Abraham de Haan (1707-1748).
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Nederlands: Kopergravure
Dimensions 16,5 x 34 cm
institution QS:P195,Q23308
Place of creation Amsterdam
Notes C9E10 062_19A
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creator QS:P170,Q4669276
- Philips, Jan Caspar
Depicted locations Netherlands - Sluis
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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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