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- Published: Engelbrecht, Martin , Augsburg
- Published date: 1735
- Type: Antique Map, map
- Category: Stockholm
- Technique: Copper engraving / Later color.
- Issue date: 1735
- Size: 215 by 295mm (8½ by 11½ inches).
- Stock number: 29546
- Condition: Old colored engraving in very good condition.
Original copper engraving. Engraved by I. G. Ringle (1691 - 1761). Martin Engelbrecht (Augsburg 1684- 1756 Augsburg) founded his own publishing house in Augsburg in 1717, after he was working as a partner with his brother Christian Engelbrecht. In November 1719 he received the royal privileg from Karl VI., which protected his publications against reprinting and product counterfeiting. He published a large number of city views, ornament engravings, portraits, military and allegoric scenes, theater scenes and much more. His printing house was full of activity and the publications of these much sought after engravings created him an outstanding good business. He enjoyed a high reputation in the city of Augsburg and became a member of the city council in 1743. He kept this import position until the end of his life. On January 17, 1756 he died in Augsburg.