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Location: 1493
Nuremberg, 1493 - 392 x 575 mm.
Map of Northern Europe and centered on Poland. First issue, with Latin text colophon and date on verso. The map is deemed to be the first printed map of Germany, even if it shows a larger area. W. B. ..
Location: 1584
Amsterdam, 1584 - 605 x 525 mm.
This general chart of north-western Europe and the surrounding coastal waters is from the rare pilot-guide De Spiegel der Zeevaerdt , printed by Christopher Plantin in Leyden.FIRST PLATE AND FIRST ST..
Location: 1628
Amsterdam, 1628 - 382 x 470 mm.
General map of Europe, as well as Americae Pars, Greenland, Iceland, a Polar landmass, along with the mythical islands of Frisland, Drogeo, and Bradain. A large strapwork title cartouche completes the..
Location: 1700
Paris, 1700 - 463 x 599 mm.
A rare and monumental wall map of Europe, with original outline colour, of four joined sheets, surrounded by text and vignettes printed on separate sheets.Created in 1740 by Jean-Baptiste Nolin II, la..
Location: 1762
Paris, 1762 - 385 x 510 mm.
Map of ancient Roman Empire. Two distance scales.Left and right a box with geographical information for Europe.Prepared by Buy de Mornas, who was a professor of geography and history and published by ..
Location: 1788
Paris, Mondhare, 1788 - 965 x 1230 mm.
Uncommon and decorative wall map of Europe, prepared by Clouet. Superb decoration including a wonderful rococo border with vignettes describing historical scenes. Below text in French and Spanish.Inse..
Location: 1850
Paris, 1850 - 310 x 430 mm.
While the map itself is quite simple without a great deal of detail, the surrounding engravings make this one of the most decorative 19th century maps. The map is framed by medallion portraits and coa..
Location: 1852
Paris, 1852 - 397 x 461 mm.
Fine manuscript map of Europe with relief shown pictorially. Signed by the author in the lower right corner.Lower left Juillet 1852...
Location: 1855
New York, 1855 - 175 x 210 mm.
Map of Europe. From Sidney E. Morse''s: System of Geography for the use of schools , published by Harper and brothers, 329 Pearl Street, New York.An 150 years old map with accompanying questions and ..
Location: 1875
Paris, 1875 - 656 x 870 mm.
Large and rare map of Europe, prepared by A.T. Chartier and published by Auguste Logerot who was a French publisher active from c. 1839 until 1880. Logerot made use of the works of the well known car..
Location: 676
London, 1627- 676 - 392 x 517 mm.
A good impression from an early edition of this famous and decorative "carte à figures"- map from the first world atlas produced by an Englishman - John Speed's Prospect Of The Most Famous Parts Of Th..
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