Probst: Constantinople
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A large view of Constantinople with views of the cities of Pera and Galata and the Sea of Marmara. Constantinople was from the mid 5th to the early 13th century the wealthiest and largest city in Europe.
Copper engraving of Constantinople/Istanbul published by Johann Friedrich Probst after a design by Friedrich Balthasar Werner (1690-1776), Augsburg around 1750, printed of two plates.

Print size: 106,5 cm x 42 cm

Excellent impression, bottom margin slightly trimmed, altogether in very good condition.