Detailed map of coastal region of Suriname, published by Tirion.
Includes a large inset of Paramaribo, showing town plan, fortifications, and approximately 20 ships.
The main map is extremely detailed, showing plantations, towns, Indian villages, rivers, roads, etc.
Isaak Tirion was a prominent Dutch publisher based in Amsterdam in the eighteenth century. He is best known for historical works that included prints showing scenes from around the world. He also produced maps, such as those in the Nieuwe Hand-Atlas of 1744.