The Danube river near Kelheim Antique Prints Meyer 1850
Titel: Die Donau bey Kellheim in Bayern.
Antique print of the The Danube or Donau river, Europe's second longest river, after the Volga river.
Kelheim is the site of a large Iron Age oppidum from the La Tène period, which has been tentatively identified with the Celtic city of Alcimoennis mentioned by Ptolemy in his Geography. The ramparts of the fort cross the promontory between the rivers Altmühl and Danube.
Original Antique Town and Landscape Prints of Germany.
Origin: Meyer's travel books published by the Bibliographic Institute Germany. The company was founded in 1826 by Joseph Meyer (1796-1856) as a publishing bookstore in Gotha and later moved to Hildburghausen. Under the direction of his son Herrmann Julius Meyer, the company moved to Leipzig in 1874.
High quality more than 150 years old antique steel engraved print, hand painted in watercolors. We unconditionally guarantee everything we sell to be authentic original map and prints as described.
Size: Sheet app.: 9.5 x 7.5 inches. 23 x 18 cm. Condition: Very good.