Amsterdam Holland Netherlands c.1935 large color litho folding city plan mapBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
Plattegrond van Amsterdam.
(Holland- Netherlands- Nederland- city plan).
Issued Amsterdam by Allert de Lange. Printed Berlin by Pharus-Verlag. No date, likely 1925-35 era (between the world wars). Cartography by Dr. Corn. Lowe.
Beautiful early to mid-20th century color lithographed map. Overprinted in red, numerous important buildings shown in cartoon birds-eye profile style. Inset top left. The Ij river harbor around Centraal Station is labelled as "afgesloten" (closed to boats). Extensive index on reverse listing countless hundreds of streets, squares, canals, etc.
Light uniform paper age toning, original fold lines, remaining clean - a fresh, clean, pleasing and well preserved visual example.
Sheet measures c. 23 3/8" x 30".
Printed area measures c. 23" x 29 1/2".
Tooley's Dictionary of Mapmakers, v. 3, p. 419.
Hameleers, Kaarten van Amsterdam 1866-2000, not listed.