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Jansson, Johannes

  • Nova Virginiae tabula. This is state 1 of the 4th derivative of the John Smith map of 1612.It was published in 3 states between 1630 and 1738. It appeared in the oblong Mercator atlas. This copy signed by Francis Lighthorse Lee. 1630. MSA SC 1399-1-11 [HFC 130J5]

  • Nova Anglia Novvm Belivm et Virginia. This map was copied from de Laet's map of 1630 with the Bermuda inset omitted. It was probably made for Jansson's Appendix Atlantis, 1636 and was then used in the English edition of Mercator's Atlas of the same year. 1636. MSA SC 1399-1-23 [HFC 136J5]

  • Nova Virginiae tabvla Petrus Koerius Coelavit.. This map is Verner's second derivative of the John Smith map of 1612. This map appeared in Atlas Minor Gerardi Mercatoris A I:Hondio plurimis aseneis tabulis auctur et illustratus; denuo recognit, additisque novis delineationibus emendatus. 1628. MSA SC 1399-1-203 [HFC 128J5]

  • Virginia.. This is derivative 7 of the John Smith map of 1612. It is one of the Nova Virginia Tabula series. The map appeared from 1648 th rough 1656 in G. Mercator's Atlas Minor, by Jansson. 1648. MSA SC 1399-1-537 [HFC 148J5]


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