Printed letterpress, very scarce. Sheet 381 x 235mm. 15 x 9¼".
Stockholm during the Age of Liberty (1718-1772) and following the Stockholm Treaties of 1719 and 1720 financial resources were transposed from countryside to cities, this was closely followed by urbanisation which in turn affected the rate of growth in social development and education standards. During the 18th century the economic model introduced the previous century was further developed, and Stockholm became the vital centre of trade in Europe; this particular chart outlines the comparison in measures and weights amongst the principal Cities of Commerce in Europe.
Ex: Collection of Norman Blackburn
[Ref: 18936] £390.00