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The principality of Brandenburg Prussia Germany antique map by Schreibern 1730
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Brandenburg Old map Prussia Germany by Schreibern 1730

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Brandenburg antique map with information column of the principality.

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Brandenburg Old map Prussia Germany by Schreibern 1730

Title: Die Mittel Marck in dem Chur furstenthum Brandenburg…

Brandenburg antique map with information column of the principality.
Detailed old map with compass rose title cartouche and mile shale.

Fredrich Wilhelm´s son Friedrich III’s reign 1688-1713 fall in the shadows of both his father’s and his son’s reigns, despite of that it was he who got the emperor’s permission to proclaim himself as king of Prussia 1701 whereby the Brandenburg state changed its name to Prussia.
Through purchase he expanded this state with Quedlinburg (1698) and Tecklenburg (1707) and through inheritance after William III of Orange were the counties of Mörs and Lingen (1702) and Neuchatel with Valangin (1707) incorporated with Prussia, the latter area was located outside the Holy Roman Empire in present day Switzerland.
The participation in the War of the Spanish Succession was reworded with a part of Obergeldern in the Netherlands
Origin: Atlas Selectus von allen Koningreicher und Landen der Welt.

Mapmaker: Johann Georg Schreiber (1676 - 1745)
Size:
Passé partout 38 x 30 cm. 15 x 11.75 inches.
Sheet app.: 30 x 22 cm. 11.75 x 8.5 inches.
Image app: 24.5 x 17 cm. 9.75 x 6.75 inches.
Condition: Nice view with old coloring, light soiling spotted foxing in image/border, centerfold as published.