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Leeven en daden der doorluchtighste zee-helden en ontdeckers van landen deser eeuwen

beginnende met Christoffel Colombus, vinder van de nieuwe wereldt, en eyndigende met den roemruchtigen admirael M.A. de Ruyter, Ridd. &c. : vertoonende veel vreemde voorvallen, dappere verrichtingen, stoutmoedige bestieringen, en swaere zee-slagen, &c. : naeukeurigh, uyt veele geloofwaerdige schriften, en authentijcke stucken, by een gebracht, en beschreven

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This edition was published in by By Jan Claesz. ten Hoorn, en Jan Bouman ... in t'Amsterdam.

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beginnende met Christoffel Colombus, vinder van de nieuwe wereldt, en eyndigende met den roemruchtigen admirael M.A. de Ruyter, Ridd. &c. : vertoonende veel vreemde voorvallen, dappere verrichtingen, stoutmoedige bestieringen, en swaere zee-slagen, &c. : naeukeurigh, uyt veele geloofwaerdige schriften, en authentijcke stucken, by een gebracht, en beschreven

This edition was published in by By Jan Claesz. ten Hoorn, en Jan Bouman ... in t'Amsterdam.


Edition Notes

Printed in double columns with side notes.

Etched ill. signed by Herman Padtbrugge, some engraved ports. signed by Ignatius Lux.

Signatures, v. 1: *⁴ A-2X⁴ (-2X4) -- v. 2: [2X4] 3A-4P⁴ 4Q⁴ (-4Q4).

Pagination, v. 1: [8], 350 p., [14] leaves of plates (some folded) -- v. 2: [2], 303, [7] p., [18] leaves of plates (some folded).

Includes index.

Inserted in Getty copy is additional copy of frontispiece, dated 1683.

Binding: later vellum. Title on spine label in gilt. Lion with halberd in gilt on label at foot of spine.

Signature of John Buck, dated 1723. Signature of Sir George Stucley. Ownership inscription of Lisa & Leonard Baskin on back pastedown, with note: Lawrence's auction at Crewker[n]e, Som[erset]; Baskin's initial B written after signature letter L, with his printed labels for Ft. Hill and Lurley Manor on front free endpaper.

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