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NORMANDIE



307     LANGENES, B. Normandia. Amsterdam/Francfort, 1609. Infimes rousseurs. 84 x 124 mm.

80 - 100 €
Adjugé pour 200 €

¤ A miniature map of Normandy. First published in 1598 in his "Caert-Thresoor", the plates were executed by the most famous engravers in Amsterdam, including Petrus Kaerius and Jodocus Hondius I. "The atlas set a new standard for minor atlases. The small maps is extremely well engraved. The map reflect the level of cartography in Amsterdam at the turn of the century, where up to date information on newly discovered regions was readily available".
- Koeman, Altantes Neerlandici, Volume II, Lan 9.

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308     BLAEU, G. Normandia ducatus. Amsterdam, 1635. Beau col. ancien. Petite fente en bas le long du pli central. Papier légèrement jauni. 377 x 514 mm.

250 - 300 €
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¤ Very detailed map of Normandy centered on Caen and Rouen. Also showing Cherbourg, Avranches, Bayeux, Cabourg, Honfleur, Le Havre, Etretat, Fecamp. St Malo and Mont Saint Michel appear in the lower left corner. Title cartouche held by two cherubs. The map is also embellished with a coat of arms, several sailing ships, a windrose and a sea monster.
- Koeman, Altantes Neerlandici, Volume II, Lan 9.

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BRETAGNE



309     LANGENES, B. Britannia. Amsterdam/Francfort, 1609. Infimes rousseurs. 84 x 124 mm.

80 - 100 €
Adjugé pour 100 €

¤ A miniature map of Brittany. Title cartouche in the lower left corner. First published in 1598 in his "Caert-Thresoor", the plates were executed by the most famous engravers in Amsterdam, including Petrus Kaerius and Jodocus Hondius I. "The atlas set a new standard for minor atlases. The small maps is extremely well engraved. The map reflect the level of cartography in Amsterdam at the turn of the century, where up to date information on newly discovered regions was readily available".
- Koeman, Altantes Neerlandici, Volume II, Lan 9.

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310     TASSIN, N. Carte de Bretagne. Paris, 1634. Beau col. ancien. Infimes mouillures. Belle impression, bien contrastée. Petite consolidation en bas du pli central. 370 x 510 mm.

500 - 600 €
Adjugé pour 700 €

¤ Rare en coloris d'époque. Première édition. Very fine and detailed map of Bretagne. Embellished with decorative title and scale cartouche, a beautiful wind rose and several sailing ships. Nicolas Tassin, who was active from 1633 till 1655, was appointe"royal cartographer" at Dijon before setting up as an engraver in Paris where he issued various collections of small maps and plans of France, Switzerland, Germany and Spain. Maps by Tassin in original colours are rare. With a plate number 12, in upper right corner.
- Pastoureau, Tassin II A.

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311     BLAEU, G. Britannia Ducatus/ Duché de Bretaigne. Amsterdam, 1635. Beau col. ancien. Papier légèrement jauni. 379 x 520 mm.

300 - 400 €
Adjugé pour 280 €

¤ Very detailed map of Bretagne. Mont-Saint-Michel appears near the top right. Includes many decorative elements such as three wind roses, two finely engraved sailing boats, coat of arms of the Duchy, two tritons [supporters of the God Neptune] engaged in using dividers on the scale of miles and also two tritons holding the sign of Brittany.
- Pastoureau, Tassin II A.

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312     LOTTER, T. C. Gouvernement Général de Bretagne. Augsbourg, 1770. Beau col. ancien. Bel exemplaire. 495 x 580 mm.

300 - 400 €
Adjugé pour 880 €

¤ Beau cartouche décoratif et échelle. T.C. Lotter married M. Seutter's daughter in 1740 and succeeded him in 1756. Lotter used the copperplate of Seutter; he only changed the name.
- Pastoureau, Tassin II A.

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315     DEPOT GENERAL DE LA MARINE. Carte particulière des côtes de France (Entrée de la rade de Brest et partie méridionale du chenal du Four). Paris, 1824. Belle impression. 592 x 875 mm.

300 - 400 €
Adjugé pour 300 €

Carte maritime de la rade de Brest.
- Pastoureau, Tassin II A.



316     DEPOT GENERAL DE LA MARINE. Carte particulière des côtes de France (Entrée du port de Lorient, Ile de Groin, anse du Pouldu, entrée de l'Aven et basse jaune. Paris, 1824. Belle impression. 592 x 883 mm.

300 - 400 €
Adjugé pour 400 €

Entrée de l'Aven jusqu'à Lorient, avec l'île de Groix.
- Pastoureau, Tassin II A.



317     DEPOT GENERAL DE LA MARINE. Carte particulière des côtes de France (Entrée du port de Lorient, Presqu'île de Quiberon et partie septent.le de Belle-île). Paris, 1824. Belle impression. 882 x 590 mm.

300 - 400 €
Adjugé pour 300 €

Carte maritime centrée sur Lorient, la Presqu'île de Quiberon et le nord de Belle-Ile.
- Pastoureau, Tassin II A.

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