“Maps are storytellers. The first thing that hooks me is what tale a map tells”

This year at TEFAF Maastricht (March 9-14), Daniel Crouch will be offering the William B Ginsberg Collection for £5 million, comprising 19 of the earliest world maps. This includes what is believed to be the first modern, formally printed map, published in 1475 in the first edition of the Rudimentum novitiorum.


Louisa McKenzie guides us through a story of the world’s rare and fascinating maps.

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