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MAP: The Central Netherlands and Part of Westphalia

By: N/A

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Reproduction map of original:

Seller ID: M17

Condition: Black and white map, printed on 18x24” cream-colored paper, folded to approximately 9x12.” Reproduction map of original., Map, Reproduction map of original


An important Covens and Mortier map issued circa 1780, centered on the Province of Gelderland, showing the area in excellent detail, with cities, towns, villages, and mills identified. The handsome 18th century cartouche accents the map nicely.Black and white map, printed on 18x24” cream-colored paper, folded to approximately 9x12.” Reproduction map of original., Map, Reproduction map of original View more info

MAP: The Netherlands - 1814

By: N/A

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Reproduction map of original:

Seller ID: M32

Condition: Black and white map, printed on 18x24” cream-colored paper, folded to approximately 9x12.” Reproduction map of original., Map, Reproduction map of original


This 1814 map was engraved by J. Moffat for inclusion in Thomson's New General Atlas and shows the area between the France - Germany border south of Dutch Flanders and Brabant, including modern day Belgium. Includes the area west of the Rhine from Cleves to Speyer. A fine companion piece to John Neele's map of Holland, described as (M 31) above.Black and white map, printed on 18x24” cream-colored paper, folded to approximately 9x12.” Reproduction map of original., Map, Reproduction map of original View more info

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A History of the Low Countries

By: Paul Arblaster

Price: $26.95

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan: 2005

Seller ID: 948283

ISBN: 1-4039-4828-3

Condition: 289 pages, paperback, Palgrave Macmillan


This is the first full historical survey of the Benelux area (Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg) to be written in English. Paul Arblaster describes the whole sweep of the history of the Low Countries, from Roman frontier provinces, through medieval principalities, to the establishment of the three constitutional monarchies of the present day. This readable overview highlights the international importance of the social, economic , spiritual, and cultural movements that have marked the region.About AuthorPaul Arblaster has lived in Belgium for half of his life and receiv... View more info