Elizabeth Verseyl Visscher (16?? - 1726) was a Dutch atlas publisher. It is not known when she was born, and nothing is known of her education. On December 10, 1680, she married mapmaker Nicolaes Visscher II (1649 – May 31, 1702). When Nicolaes died, Elizabeth ran the business, both continuing to publish Nicolaes' maps and adding to the company's oeuvre until 1726, at which point the stock of copperplates was sold to Peter Schenk. (It is not known whether the sale preceded her death, or was posthumous.)

We are not aware of any instance of Verseyl Visscher's name appearing on a map; rather she is identified as 'Widow of Nicolaes Visscher.'

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