The Netherlands in the VII and IX centuries


Map of the Netherlands in the VII and IX centuries, The map was made by Albertus Braakensiek and published in 1871 by C. L. van Langenhuysen. The image is 24.5 x 20 cm in size and comes in a passe partout. The print is in good condition, with some original folds.

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Albertus Braakensiek, born on 4 September 1811 in Amsterdam, was a Dutch draftsman, engraver (printmaker and lithographer. He drew, among other things, maps. He was the father of Johan Braakensiek and Albertus Barend Hendrik Braakensiek. Albertus Braakensiek died in Amsterdam on 20 February 1883.


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