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This is a beautiful 1837 first edition map or plan of the city of Copenhagen, Denmark prepared for publication by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, or S.D.U.K. It covers the capital city of Denmark from Freetown Christiania to Frederiksberg Have. Depicts the entire city in splendid detail with streets, monuments, squares, towers, parks and waterways. Along the bottom of the map, a beautiful profile view of Copenhagen is included.
This map is part of A Series of Maps, Modern and Ancient, issued by subscription. Each folder in the series would contain a set of two maps bound together. The map accompanying this folder, not included here, was of Amsterdam. Original folder includes the names of committee members of the ‘Society', list of maps previously published, the folder number, which is this case is Lin xVII, the contents and the printer and publication details. This map was drawn by W. B. Clarke printed by William Clowes and Sons and issued by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge's subscriber's edition folder. The folder at the time was priced at 1 shilling plain or 1 shilling 6 pence colored. Published by Baldwin and Cradock.
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