"Schiffbruch der Santa Maria"  Wood engraving after G. Closs showing the Santa Maria of Columbus running against a sandbank on Hispanola December 25, 1492. The sailors were saved. The ship was a wreck. Der wood was used to build the first Spanish settlement in the New World.  Original antique print

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"Schiffbruch der Santa Maria"

Wood engraving after G. Closs showing the Santa Maria of Columbus running against a sandbank on December 25, 1492. 

Original antique print 

Engraving was published 1904. On the reverse side is German text about Columbus and the West Indies.

Image: 15.5 x 23 cm (6.1 x 9")

Christopher Columbus was an Italian explorer and navigator who completed four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean, opening the way for the widespread European exploration and colonization of the Americas. 

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