Daniel Meisner (1585-1625)

[Antique print, engraving, Dordrecht] MORS BONA INITIUM VITAE, View of Dordrecht, published 1624.

Engraving with the view of the Dutch city of Dordrecht. Accompanied by the Latin motto ‘MORS BONA INITIUM VITAE’, meaning ‘A good death is the start of life’. Further description in Latin and German on the bottom of the print.

Plate from the first edition of Meisner’s ‘Thesaurus philopoliticus,’ volume 6, print 9, published in Frankfurt am Main.

Engraving on handlaid paper, with partial watermark; plate mark: 100 x 150 mm, total: 150 x 192 mm; some dirt and smudges on the bottom right corner; a small stain on the canal, some light foxing; nice impression. Mounted on cardboard passepartout.

Incl. BTW  302,50

Excl. BTW  250,00

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