Keizer and de Lat: Britain 1740

A continuing series of posts to highlight my small antique map collection. All scans are taken directlly from an original copy, not a reproduction.


Other than knowing that this was published in 1740 by J. Keizer and I. de Lat, and that they were Dutch, I know very little more about this one. From an item on the Christie’s web site we have “De Lat was one of the few booksellers outside Amsterdam who published maps and atlases, working at Deventer 1734-1750, and using as his engraver Jacob Keyzer of Almelo.”

Explore the map below using Magic Toolbox‘s excellent plugin Magic Zoom Plus to see more detail.

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Watch out for the next map in this series..


Mathematician at the University of Warwick in the UK with research interests in equivariant bifurcation theory and applications, especially in modelling of insect locomotion. Teaching interests include online learning and innovative teaching methods. Also in a past life has been involved in summer school courses, and online material, for Gifted and Talented. He has been active on the Internet since 1995, initially though his UFO and Michael Schenker website, but now through a multitude of projects.

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