SURATTE-INDIA-VOC-FACTORY-PALM TREE-TRADE [After DE MANDELSLO, 1719]

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1. Terri – 2. Bettele – 3. Areca. / Loge des Anglois a Suratte (…). – Scarce original antique print with two engravings depicting various palm trees and the the factory (logie) of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in Suratte as seen in 1638. Suratte or Soeratte was a famous trading city on the north coast of what is now India, in the modern state of Gujarat, lying on the river Tapti.

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1. Terri – 2. Bettele – 3. Areca. / Loge des Anglois a Suratte (…).

Copperplate engraving/etching on hand laid (verge) paper.
Sheet size: 23,5 x 36 cm. Image size: 17 x 28 cm.

From: ‘Les Voyages du sieur Albert de Mandelslo’ published by Pierre van der Aa in Leiden, The Netherlands 1719. Ref: Hollstein LIII 1999, 201. Van der Krogt KAN IVA, 44:29.

Made by an anonymous engraver after Albert de Mandelslo. Johan Albrecht de Mandelslo (1616–1644) was a seventeenth-century German adventurer, who wrote about his travels through Persia and India.

Condition: Very good, given age. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.

Keywords: SURATTE-INDIA-VOC-FACTORY-PALM TREE-TRADE

PCOM-A7-22

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Dimensions 23 × 23 × 1 cm

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