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- Published: Mollo , Wien
- Published date: 1823
- Technique: Copper engraving / Original color.
- Type: Antique Map, map
- Issue date: 1823
- Category: Asia Minor
- Size: 325 by 451mm (12 by 17 inches).
- Stock number: 18151
- Condition: In excellent condition.
Original antique copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash, when published. Decorative map showing the 'European & Asian Turkey' with its neighbouring countries. The eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea with Cyprus is as well shown. The various political borders of Turkey are shown in outline colors. The map provides a lot of information on the various regions, the neighbouring countries, its cities and villages, rivers, mountains are as well shown. In the lower left corner a table with a listing of the countries and provinces of Europe and Asia. Tranquillo Maria Laurentio Mollo (August 10, 1767 - March 29, 1837) was Vienna based Swiss/Italian graphic designer, printer, art and music dealer, and publisher active in the late 18th and early 20th centuries. From about 1792 Mollo worked with the Vienna firm Artaria and Company. In 1798 he separated from Artaria to found, along with partner Franz Bernardini, his own music, art, and map publishing company, T. Mollo and Co. The partner collapsed after one year and Mollo took a new partner, Domenico Artaria, a scion of the Artaria family. In 1802 Mollo and Domenico acquired Artaria and Company from Carlo Artaria. Domenico and Mollo parted ways in 1804, after which Mollo published independently. Under his own imprint, he became one of Austria's most important globe and map publishers. He collaborated extensively with English and French publishers to bring French material to his work. Among his more significant collaborators was the Vienna publisher Joseph Dirwaldt. In 1832 Mollo passed the company to his sons, Eduard (1799-1842) and Florian Mollo (1803-1869). The Mollo brothers ran the business until 1839, three years after Tranquillo Mollo's death, before dividing the concern into separate business. Mollo married Dorothea Defelavis († 29. Juli 1822). (Wikipedia)