Henri du Sauzet’s map from 1734, Islande, also published in a Latin version, Islandia, in 1738. Du Sauzet actually reused the plates from Cloppenburg, while adding some decorations. These examples deserve a mention as they are quite interesting in their additions, which range from animals in the lower left corner to whaling scenes and a monster from Ortelius. The whaling scenes reflect that by that time the seas around Iceland had become popular hunting grounds for European whalers.
Henri du Sauzet
18,2 × 25 cm.