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Carte d'Asie 1833.
Carte d'Asie 1833.
[Paris c.1833.]
Engraved map. 200 x 240mm, 8 x 9½".
French map of Asia.
[Ref: 13241]   £95.00  
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Asia, from the Modern Travellers,
Asia, from the Modern Travellers, and most recent Works.
Printed by R. Juigné, 17, Margaret-street, Cavendish-square. [n.d., c.1817.]
Hand coloured engraving with surrounding letter press text and large margins. Sheet size: 495 x 715mm (19½ x 28¼").
A map of Asia, showing part of Australia, from Turkey and the Urals east to Kamchatka, surrounded by letterpress descriptions, published in an English edition of Le Sage's Historical Atlas.
[Ref: 37055]   £420.00  
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Asie Par C.V. Monin.
Asie Par C.V. Monin.
Paris, Hocquart, Editeur. [n.d., 1838.]
Engraved map with outline colour. 300 x 425mm (11¾ x 16¾"). Old ink mss in Russia and upper margin, laid on paper.
A general map of Asia, published in Monin's 'Atlas Classique de la Geographie Ancienne, du Moyen Age rt Moderne, a l'Usage des Colleges et des Pensions, Pour Servir a l'Etude de la Geographie et de L'Histoire'.
[Ref: 44000]   £220.00  
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L'Asie Dressée sur Divers Relations.
L'Asie Dressée sur Divers Relations.
Par N. de Fer, A Paris chez L'Auteur dans L'Isle du Palais a la Sphere Royale. Avec Privilege du Roy 1693. [but 1695.]
Engraved map. 210 x 280mm, 8¼ x 11". Trimmed, hole in bottom right corner, toned, rubbed, laid on card.
A uncommon map of Asia, published in the first edition of de Fer's Petite et Nouveau Atlas, with the Caspian Sea and Kamchatka yet to be mapped accurately. In the bottom right corner is part of Australia: when the map replaced soon after Australia was omitted and a new dedication was added top left.
[Ref: 17842]   £220.00  
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Hong-Kong & Other British Settlements in Asia
Hong-Kong & Other British Settlements in Asia
J. Bartholomew Edin.r [n.d., c.1870]
Chromolithograph, printed area 210 x 145mm (8¼ x 5¾").
Small maps of British settlements Perim (Mayyun), in the strait of Mandeb and now belonging to Yemen; the Yemeni port city of Aden; Labuan Island (a Malaysian territory off the coast of Borneo); Hong Kong; the Malaysian states of Penang, Malacca and Nanning (now part of Negeri Sembilan).
[Ref: 37029]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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China.
China.
Drawn & Engraved by Alex.r Findlay.
London. Published by Thomas Kelly, 17 Paternoster Row. [n.d., c.1840.]
Steel-engraved map. Sheet 210 x 270mm, 8¼ x 10½". Binding stitches in edge, torn.
Map of China, just prior to the foundation of Hong Kong.
[Ref: 13232]   £65.00  
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A Sketch of a Journey from Zhe-Hol in Tartary by land to Pekin
A Sketch of a Journey from Zhe-Hol in Tartary by land to Pekin and from thence by Water to Hang-Tschoo-Foo in China.
By J. Barrow. Engraved by B.Baker, Islington.
London, Published April 12, 1796, by George Nicol.
Engraved map. 670 x 490mm, 26½ x 19¼. Creased and folded as normal.
Map of a journey made by the Macartney Embassy to China, the first British embassy to that country, 1792–94, published in Sir George Staunton's account of the mission. Macartney had gone to the summer palace at Jehol (Chengde) to meet the Qianlong emperor, with little success. He returned to Beijing overland, before travelling south to Hangzhou on the Yangtze River delta via the 1000-mile Imperial Canal.
[Ref: 23586]   £220.00  
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Coast of China
Coast of China from Hie-che-chim Bay to Sun Moon Bay. Soundings in fathoms.
Weekly Dispach Atlas 139 Fleet Street. Engraved by Edw. Weller Duke St. Bloomsbury
Day & Son Lith.rs to the Queen
Lithograph printed in colours, printed area 440 x 305mm (17¼ x 12"). Folds.
Map of part of the coast of China, divided in two. The top section shows the coast of South China, from the island of Hainan and the Guangdong province, including Macao, Guangzhou (Canton) and Hong Kong. The lower section continues to the East, including Xiamen (Amoy), Quanzhou, Fuzhou, and as far as Taizhou.
[Ref: 36964]   £260.00  
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Plan of Delhi and its Environs.
Plan of Delhi and its Environs.
Drawn and Engraved by Edw.d Weller, Duke Street, Bloomsbury. Day & Son, Lith.rs to The Queen.
[n.d., c.1857.]
Lithographic map with original hand colour. Printed area 330 x 440mm (13 x 17¼"). Cracks in folds., some spotting, mss. in crayon and pencil.
A map of Delhi published at the time of the siege during the India Mutiny of 1857. The manuscript gives details of the siege.
[Ref: 30801]   £360.00  
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A Map of the East Indies,
A Map of the East Indies, Drawn from the Best Authorities.
Jn.o Lodge sculp.
London, Published as the Act directs, 30th September 1780, by J. Bew, Pater Noster Row.
Engraved map. Sheet 285 x 390mm (11¼ x 15½"). Trimmed close to neatline lower right for binding, folds.
A map of the East Indies from India to the Philippines, published during the American War of Independence, Anglo-French War, Second Anglo–Mysore War, and Fourth Anglo-Dutch War.
[Ref: 43276]   £230.00  
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India Proper, or the Empire of the Great Mogul. Agreable to Modern History.
India Proper, or the Empire of the Great Mogul. Agreable to Modern History.
By H. Moll Geographer.
[London: Thomas Osborne, 1745.]
Engraved map. 265 x 210mm, 10 x 8¼". With binding folds.
A map of India, with Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bengal and Sri Lanka, and includes the Maldives. Originally published in Moll's 'Atlas Minor' c.1715, this example comes from Osborne's 'A collection of voyages and travels..'
[Ref: 16989]   £160.00  
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Carte Générale de la Mer des Indes...
Carte Générale de la Mer des Indes...
Par MM P. Daussy. Gravé par Chassant.
Au Dépôt-général de la Marine en 1837.
Engraved chart with later hand colour. 670 x 980mm, 26½ x 38½". Spotting. With old ink mss. route plotted.
A chart of the Indian Ocean, a French equivalent of an Admiralty chart, covering from the Cape of Good Hope north to Suez, the Persian Gulf and Taiwan, and east to show the western half of Australia. A voyage is plotted in ink from False Bay in South Africa to Madagascar, the Comoros Islands, then back to Mauritius and Reunion.
[Ref: 27657]   £230.00  
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Map of South-Eastern Asia and Northern Australia.
Map of South-Eastern Asia and Northern Australia. Showing The Districts in Annam and Tonquin which France proposes to annex and to place under a Protectorate, The portion of New Guinea proposed to be acquired by Queensland, And the Districts affected by the Volcanic Eruptions in Java.
Supplement to the Graphic, September 22.nd 1883.
Letts Son & Co. Limited London.
Map. Sheet: 420 x 620mm (16½ x 24½"). Cental crease as issued. Foxing.
A map of South East Asia, showing France's proposed annexation of Vietnam, completed the following year. It marks the colonies of the other European powers and shows the routes of the telegraph cables.
[Ref: 47050]   £230.00  
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