A fine view of Zurich, Switzerland, from Sebastian Munster’s “Cosmographia Universalis”. Munster was a renowned hebraist and geographer. The ‘Cosmographia’ was first published in 1544 just four years after his first publication of Ptolemy’s ‘Geographia’. It was a large compendium of topographical information which was consistently expanded during its lifetime. Later publication of the ‘Cosmographia’ was by his step-son Heinrich Petri. Burmeister; Oehme ‘Introduction to the Facsimile of the 1550 Edition of Munster’s Cosmographia’; Shirley Atlases in the BL T.Mun 1a.