1770 Lotter Map of Denmark "Daniae Regnum"
Description: This is a spectacular and 1770 Lotter map of the Kingdom of Denmark. Formally titled “Daniae Regnum”. Features an elaborate title cartouche bearing the Danish royal crest. Includes parts of modern day Sweden and Germany.
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Cartographer: Tobias Conrad Lotter (1717 - 1777) was a German engraver and map publisher. He married the daughter of prominent map publisher Matthaus Seutter, the Elder. Upon Seutter's retirement Lotter took control of the firm and republished many of his maps with minor updated and changes. In time, Lotter became one of the most prominent mid 18th century map publishers working in the German school. After his death in 1777, the firm was taken over by his son, Mathias Albrecht Lotter who republished and updated many of his father's maps. Click here for a list of rare maps from Tobias Conrad Lotter.
Size: Printed area measures 23 x 20 inches (58.42 x 50.8 centimeters)
Condition: Generally very good or find condition save for light soiling, largely limited to the margins.
Code: DaniaeRegnum-lotter-1770 (Necessary for phone inquiries: 646-320-8650)