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Antique rare maps of Malaysia





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1794 - An Accurate Map of the Islands and Channels between China and New Holland

  • $14.99

Highly detailed map of Southeast Asia, covering the region between Formosa and Hainan islands in the North and Australia in the South. Excellent detail in the Philippines and South East Asia. Robert Wilkinson was active in London as a cartographic...


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1801 - A New Map of the East India Isles, From The Latest Authorities . . . 1801

  • $14.99

Large detailed map of Southeast Asia, from John Cary's atlas. Extends from Mergui Archipelago, Straits of Malacca and Sumatra to Papua New Guinea, Pelew Islands, and part of Formosa. Extremely detailed.


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1808 - Chart of the East India Islands

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Detailed map of the Philippine Islands and Southeast Asia, published in London in 1805. The map is centered on the China Sea, with a fine detailed presentation of the Philippines. The Straits of Sincapore is noted, as is the Dutch Factory on the...


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1813 - East India Isles

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Gorgeous map of the Philippines and Southeast Asia, from John Pinkerton's scarce world atlas. The map extends from Burma, Java and Sumatra to Papua New Guinea, Pelew, the Philippines and Hainan. The map is an absolute masterpiece of fine copperplate...


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1825 - East India Islands

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Scarce and highly detailed map of Southeast Asia and the Philippines, published by Lizars. The map extends from Hainan and the Gulf of Tonkin to Pegu and the Bay of Bengal, in the North and showing all of the Philippines, Papual New Guinea, Timor,...


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1832 - Asiatic Archipelago [Early Singapore Inset]

  • $14.99

First State! Nice example of John Arrowsmith's map of the Asiatic Archipelago, including a large inset map of Singapore. Centered on the Philippines and Borneo, the map shows a number of different seasonal passages through the region to Hong Kong and...


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1832 - Burmah, Siam and Cochin China

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Interesting, detailed antique map of Southeast Asia published by John Arrowsmith in London in 1832. The map is noteworthy for its political delineations, including the following states: Empire of Anam Camboja Siam Lao Burmah


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1858 - Asiatic Archipelago [Early Singapore Inset]

  • $14.99

Nice example of John Arrowsmith's map of the Asiatic Archipelago, including a large inset map of Singapore. Centered on the Philippines and Borneo, the map shows a number of different seasonal passages through the region to Hong Kong and Macao. The...


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1869 - Malay Peninsula Eastern Coast. Singapore to Tioman I. By Mr. J. T. Thomson, Government Surveyor, 1849 . . . Additions by Mr Stanton, Master RN, 1860

  • $14.99

A rare British Admiralty sea, depicting southeastern Malaysia and the eastern part of the island of Singapore. This fine chart details the eastern parts of what is now the mainland Malayisian State of Johor, from the site of Jahor Bahru eastwards,...


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1700 - The Principal Islands of the East Indies

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Detailed map of South East Asia and the Philippines, with explanatory text. First published in 1695, this map is from one of the subsequent editions of Abell Swall's and Tim Child's Thesaurus Geographicus issued in 1700, 1701 and 1709.


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1799 - [Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore]

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Decorative map of the Southern Philippines, Indonesia, southern Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, etc, published by Zatta. The map is bottom left sheet of a 4 sheet map of the region, but was issued as a separate sheet in Zatta's atlas. Antonio Zatta was...


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1806 - The Islands of the East Indies with the Channels between India, China & New Holland . . .

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Highly detailed map of Southeast Asia, covering the region between Formosa and Hainan islands in the North and Australia in the South. Excellent detail in the Philippines, Indonesia and Southeast Asia. Johor is named, but not Singapore. Robert...


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1612 - Malacca (Singapore named)

  • $9.99

Nice example of this early state of Barent Langenes's, map of Malacca (including Singapore), which first appeared in the 1598 edition of Langenes's Caert-Thresoor, published in Middelburg. The present map is one of the earliest obtainable maps to...


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1692 - Insulae Sonde (Straits of Malacca, Java and Borneo)

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Scarce map of Malaysia, Sumatra, Singapore, Java and Borneo, published by Muller. The maps are based upon a series of miniature maps first published in Paris, by Du Val. Many other interesting features. From one of the rarest and most coveted of all...


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1714 - Le Detroit de Malacca, Dressee sur les memoires des plus savans Voyageurs modernes . . .

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Finely executed map of the Straits of Singapore and the Straits of Malacca, which appeared in Pierre Vander Aa's monumental La Galerie agreable du Monde . . ., published in Leiden. The map shows Sumatra from Tanjong Goeree to Pulau Singkep and P. Lada...


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1720 - l'Ile de Sumatra . . . [shows Singapore]

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Detailed map of Sumatra, Singapore Straits (Straet van Sincapura), Bintan Island (P. Panjang) and the contiguous coastline of Malaysia. Malacca is named, with some coastal and river details around Kuala Lumpur (P. Perach, R. Perang, Songi Borros)....