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Antique rare maps of Korea





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1750 - Carte Dell 'Isole Del Giappone e la Penisola di Corea Con le Coste della China Da Pekin sino a Canton . . .

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Italian edition of Bellin's regional map, showing Japan, the Korean Peninsula and China, including Canton and the Island of Formosa. Decorative cartouche and Rhumb lines.


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1751 - L'Empire De La Chine dresse d'apres les Cartes de l'Atlas Chinois . . . 1751

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Striking large format map of China & Korea, from De Vaugondy's Atlas Universel. Includes a large and detailed Formosa. Beautifully colored by province, with a striking full-color cartouche. Includes the Island of Taiwan or Formosa.


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1762 - L'Empire de la Chine avec les Isles Du Japon et la Coree

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Detailed map of China, Korea and the Islands of Japan, showing the Provinces, towns, mountains, rivers, lakes, islands, published in Paris by Jean Lattre. The map is drawn from D'Anville's atlas of China, the first modern atlas of China and a work...


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1770 - China as Surveyed by the Jesuit Missionaries between the Years 1708 & 1717 with Korea & the adjoining parts of Tartary

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Based on a Jesuit Map of China Finely executed map of China and Korea, originally drawn from Jesuit Sources. The Qing Emperor Kangxi commissioned a ground of Jesuit surveyors to map China from 1708 to 1716. The resulting maps were published as the...


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1779 - L'Empire De La Chine, Avec La Tartrie Chinoise d'Apres l'Atlas Chinois . . . 1779

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Fine large format map of China, based in part on information derived from Bonne's Atlas of China. The map shows all of China, with outline color for the provinces, and a decorative thematic cartouche.


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1780 - L'Empire de la Chine avec les Isles Du Japon . . .

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Detailed map of China, Korea and the Islands of Japan, showing the Provinces, towns, mountains, rivers, lakes, islands, published in Paris by Jean Lattre. The map is drawn from D'Anville's atlas of China, the first modern atlas of China and a work...


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1784 - La Tartaria Chinese . . . 1784 [show Corea]

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Decorative map, showing the region from Korea and Tartary to Northern China. Corea is spelled with a "C." Decorative cartouche. The map was issued in Zatta's Atlante Novissimo, a monumental 4 volume work and one of the last great decorative atlases.


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1786 - Zweiter Theil der Karte von Asien, welcher China, Einen Theil der Tartarei, Indien Jenseits des Ganges, die Inseln Sumatra, Iava, Borneo, Moluken, Philippinen, und Iapon enthaelt. . . MDCCLXXXVI

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Detailed map of East Asia, extending from China and Korea to Java, published in Vienna in 1786. The map is centered on the Philippine Islands and provides a nice detailed overview of the region.


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1798 - La Cina Delineata Sulle Ultime Osservazioni . . . 1798

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Nice example of Giovanni Maria Cassini's decorative map of China and Korea. The map includes a fine decorative vignette, being one of the last great decorative maps of the region.


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1809 - China, Contains 15 Subject Provinces, including the 2 Islands of Hainan Formosa and the Tributary Kingdoms of Corea Tonkin

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Interesting map of China, extending from Corea and the Sea of Japan and Tartary in the North, to Teypin Is. Belonging to I. Ekeyo, Formosa, Hainan, Tonkin and Yunnan Province. Hong Kong not yet named. Shows provinces, cities, towns, rivers,...


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1812 - Empire Chinois et Japon

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Detailed map of China, Korea and Japan, showing provinces, towns, rivers ports, islands, etc. Includes Formosa and Hainan Islands. Decorative vignette.


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1817 - Tartary

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Detailed large format map of Tartary, extending from China, Japan and the Northeastern Russian Regions of Asia to Hindoostan and Beloochistan. One of the most detailed and interesting large format maps of the early 19th Century. A fine example with...


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1826 - China

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First edition of Finley's map of China (including Formosa) and Corea, colored by provinces, from his New General Atlas.


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1836 - Chinese Empire and Japan

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Striking full hand-color example of Burr's map of China, which first appeared in David Burr's Universal Atlas, in 1836. Burr's Atlas was perhaps the most elegant American commercially published atlas of its time, utilizing wonderful wash colors and...


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1840 - China

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With Lord Macartney's Route and Lord Amherst's Route Illustrated Striking example of Arrowsmith's map of China and Korea. The map names Hong-Kong I. & Victoria City. The map appeared in Arrowsmith's London Atlas, one of the most popular English...