VAT included (see terms) | Exclude VAT

Auszug aus einer See-Charte die Andreas Bianco im I[ahr] 1436 zu Venedig verfertigte...  Auszug aus einer Charte die Fr. Picigano im I[ahr] 1367 zu Venedig verfertigte...
Auszug aus einer See-Charte die Andreas Bianco im I[ahr] 1436 zu Venedig verfertigte... Auszug aus einer Charte die Fr. Picigano im I[ahr] 1367 zu Venedig verfertigte...
A.G. Ephem 1807. 10. stk.
Weimar, im Verlag des geograph. Instituts, 1807.
Engraved map. 180 x 230mm, 7 x 9".
Two facsimiles of Venetian charts of the 15th & 16th centuries, showing the Atlantic before the known discovery of America, The presence of 'Y.a d'Antilla', a large island west of Madeira, is often used to argue that the Portuguese discovered America before Colombus.
[Ref: 25769]   £140.00  
enquire about this item add to your wishlist

Europe According to the General Treaty of Vienna. 1815,
Europe According to the General Treaty of Vienna. 1815,
Published by Edw.d Baines Leeds 1816.
Engraved map with minimal hand colour. 275 x 360mm (10¾ x 14¼"). Repaired, nicks to edges, central fold as normal.
The borders of Europe as decided by the Congress of Vienna, which started in September 1814 and continued despite Napoleon's escape from Elba and the Waterloo campaign. It formed the shape of Europe until the First World War. From Baines' 'History of the Wars of the French Revolution'.
[Ref: 37619]   £140.00  
enquire about this item add to your wishlist

Europe after the Congress of Vienna.
Europe after the Congress of Vienna. A Map of Europe with the Political Divisions after the Peace of Paris and the Congress of Vienna.
Drawn and Engraved for Thomson's New General Atlas. [Edinburgh, c.1823.]
Engraved map on four sheets conjoined, fine original colour. Total 1055 x 1310mm, 41½ x 51", on Whatman paper watermaked 1823. Tears at folds.
A wall map of Europe as divided up by the Congress of Vienna, 1815, at the close of the Napoleonioc Wars. While British gains were outside Europe, the gains of Russia, Prussia and Austria were confirmed, to the detriment of Poland, Saxony, Pomerania. Also the neutrality of Switzerland was guaranteed and the slave trade condemned.
[Ref: 26797]   £280.00  
enquire about this item add to your wishlist

Description Nouvelle d'Europe.
Description Nouvelle d'Europe.
[Basle: Henri Petri, c.1555.]
Woodcut. Printed area 270 x 340mm (10½ x 13¼"). Split in centre fold. tear in lower margin.
Sebastian Munster's famous upside-down map of Europe, regarded as the first printed map of the continent of Europe despite omitting most of Scandinavia. This example was published in a French-text edition of Munster's 'Cosmographia', decorated with a vignette of a caravel. Sebastian Münster (1488-1552) was a Christian Hebraist scholar as well as a cartographer and cosmographer. His 'Cosmographia', first published in 1544, is the earliest German description of the world.
[Ref: 30679]   £490.00  
enquire about this item add to your wishlist

Europa nach Gelegenheit unserer Zeit New Beschrieben.
Europa nach Gelegenheit unserer Zeit New Beschrieben.
[Basle: c.1588.]
Woodcut. Printed area 320 x 360mm (12½ x 14"). Slight creasing.
A woodcut map of Europe, copied from Ortelius's map of 1570, replacing the famous upside-down map of Europe in editions of Munster's 'Cosmographia' from 1588. Sebastian Münster (1488-1552) was a Christian Hebraist scholar as well as a cartographer and cosmographer. His 'Cosmographia', first published in 1544, is the earliest German description of the world.
[Ref: 30680]   £280.00  
enquire about this item add to your wishlist

[Untitled chart comprising of 30 Mediterranean ports & harbours.]
[Untitled chart comprising of 30 Mediterranean ports & harbours.]
[Amsterdam, Johannes van Keulen, c.1730.]
Very scarce Engraving. 520 x 620mm, 20½ x 24½". Remargined on both sides.
A rare chart by the leading Dutch chart publishers for 150 years: it shows details of ports and harbours in Europe, Africa and Asia. They are: Porto Tanger; Porto Toulon; d'Eylanden van Eres; Porto Taranto; Porto Galipoli; Porto Brundisi; Porto de Cara-Busa; Porto Canea; Porto Zuda; Porto Andrea; I.Milo; Porto Nio; Porto Nixia; Porto Ziva; I. Delis; Eres; Porto Bona; Porto Trapano; Porto S. Pedro; Porto Serigo; Porto S. Nicolo in I. Serigo; Porto Candia; I. Stantea; Porto Spina Longa; Porto Paris; Porto Trio; Porto de Aula; Selue inde Golf van Narbona; Porto Gero in I.Metelino; Tripoli.
[Ref: 16267]   £750.00  
enquire about this item add to your wishlist

Geographical Map of Europe, No. X.
Geographical Map of Europe, No. X. Historical Summary of the Principal Powers of Europe, as they Existed Before the French Revolution.
Davies Sc.
Printed by R. Juigné, 17, Margaret-street, Cavendish-square. [n.d., c.1817.]
Hand coloured engraving with surrounding letter press text. Sheet size: 495 x 715mm (19½ x 28¼"). Light foxing. Central vertical crease as published.
A fine and highly detailed map of Europe, depicting the principal powers of the continent as they existed before the French Revolution which lasted from 1789 until 1799, and saw the rise to power of the French military and political leader Napoleon Bonaparte. The map is annotated in great depth throughout, with details of each country's population, size and in some cases industrial and economic advantages. The seas are as equally well described. Surrounding the map are four written articles titled; 'On Europe, Physical And Material.', 'Historical Summary Of The Principal Powers Of Europe, As They Existed Before The French Revolution.', Of The Political Systems Which Have Governed Europe', and 'Campaigns Of Charles XII, King Of Sweden'. Published as part of 'the Second Edition of Le Sage's Historical Atlas', by J. Wauthier, 1817.
[Ref: 36152]   £220.00  
enquire about this item add to your wishlist

Carte Generale des Costes de L'Europe sur L'Ocean Comprises depuis Dronthem en Norwege Jusques au Detroit de Gibraltar.
Carte Generale des Costes de L'Europe sur L'Ocean Comprises depuis Dronthem en Norwege Jusques au Detroit de Gibraltar.
[Paris: Jacques Nicolas Bellin for the the Depot de la Marine, c.1750.]
Coloured engraving. 610 x 860mm. Repairs to centrefold.
A large sea chart of Northern Europe from Norway to the Straits of Gibraltar. Originally published by Jaillot in the monumental sea atlas, the 'Neptune François', 1693.
[Ref: 602]   £480.00  
enquire about this item add to your wishlist