A few marginal annotations (pp. 109-111), in a 19th c. hand. Latin translation with a commentary by Wilhelm Holtzmann, also called Guglielmus Xylander. (1532-1576), librarian and professor of Greek at..
A composite atlas comprising 18 double-page maps by or after Hessel Gerritsz, Theodor Galle, Gerard Mercator, Peter Verbiest, Claes Janszoon Visscher, Jan Baptist Vrients, Gerard de Jode and Abraham O..
Amsterdam, chez les héritiers de Jean Jansson, 1657 [après 1664 - 520 x 320 mm.
Volume IX (Sea-Atlas) of the "Novus Atlas Absolutissimus". German text, letterpress title on slip within hand-coloured engraved architectural border, heightened in gilt, 39 maps are finely coloured b..
Containing: 1.) Petites tables généalogiques touchant les droits et les interets des Princes. Paris: chez l'auteur o. J. (circa 1672). With double page engraved title and 13 engraved double page genea..
First edition of Nicolas de Fer, Petit et Nouveau Atlas, was republished in 1705 and 1723. Maps engraved by C. Inselin, Jean Baptiste Lie ebaux, and H. v. Loon. Atlas consists of pictorial, engraved t..
Pocket atlas illustrated with a folded engraved title, a general map and 34 folded maps. Including maps of the Netherlands, Belgium and parts of Germany. The geographer J.A. Dezauche was the successor..
Rare atlas and containing geographical descriptions of all continents. Illustrated with 30 very finely engraved and beautifully coloured maps in attractive original strong colours.The maps are engrave..
Paris, Le Rouge, Prault, Veuve Robinot, Briasson, 1756 - 225 x 185 mm.
Charming atlas with an engraved title, and 91 numbered and engraved double-page maps in orginal out line colours. The atlas starts by 36 pages text entitled 'Introduction à la géographie" (Introductio..
A reasonable example of this extended edition with 121 (rather than 65 charts) this practical pilot book, clearly intended for use on shipboard. Containing 121 sea charts on heavy paper in black and w..
Paris, chez Crépy rue S. Jacques à l'image S. Pierre, ca. 1770 - 174 x 215 mm.
This atlas, published in Paris, by Crépy at "rue S. Jacques à l'image S. Pierre,", is apparently unknown, as are the included maps. The maps are drawn by J.B. Nolin fils and are showing Europe, Asia,..
Most of D'Anville's atlases were made up for the individual customer, so it appears that no two are alike. Many of the 70 pages are multisheet maps, so the actual map sheet count is 43. This set is ac..