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Antique rare maps of Southeast Asia





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1710 - Insulae Indicae Cum Terris Circumvicinis

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Striking example of Scherer's map of Southeast Asia and the Northern part of Australia. Nova Guinea is still tenatively attached to Nova Hollandia. The coastline shows Van Arnham's Land, Van Der Lin, C. Diemen and C. Van Diemen's Land. A narrow strait...


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1711 - A Large Draught from Benjar on the Island of Borneo To Macasser on the Island of Celebes Shewing the Streight of Bally with the Islands to the Eastward thereof . . . .

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Rare early example of this working English sea chart of part of Indondesia, extending from the northwest corner of Borneo near Banjarmasin, to Java and Bali in the outhwest, "t Land van Floris" in the southeast, and Celebes in the northeast. The chart...


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1711 - A New and Correct Chart of Part of the Island of Java From the West End to Batavi with the Streights of Sunda

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Scarce engraved sea chart of the coast of Western Java and the southern tip of Sumatra, published by John Thornton. The map includes details along the coast that suggest the firsthand surveying that went into its production. Soundings are given from...


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1718 - Carte de l'Ile de Java: Partie Occidentale, Partie Orientale, Dressee tout Nouvellement . . .

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Decorative large format map of Java, with an inset of the bay of Batavia in the lower left corner. Two title banners include a short sketch of the history of the Dutch on the island, Remarques sur l'Etablissement des Hollandois à Java , written by...


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1719 - Vue et Description de Surate et de Batavia

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Attractive view of the town and harbor of Surate on the northwest coast of India, and a bird's-eye city plan of Batavia (Jakarta) present-day capital of Indonesia, from Chatelain's monumental 7 volume Atlas Historique, published in Amsterdam. Surate...


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1719 - Le Royaume de Siam Avec les Royaumes qui luy sont Tributares et les Isles de Sumatra, Andemaon, etc. et les Isles Voisine Avec les Observations des Six Peres Jesuits . . .

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Finely colored example of Chatelain's map of Southeast Asia. The map extends from Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, the Malay Peninsula and Gulf of Bengal in the north to Java and Sumatra in the south, and is centered on Malacca and Borneo. Gorgeous wash...


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1720 - Le Royaume de Siam Avec les Royaumes qui luy sont Tributaires et les Isles de Sumatra, Andemaon, etc. et les Isles Voisine Avec les Observations des Six Peres Jesuits Envojez par le Roy en Qualite de Ses Mathematiciens dans les Indes et a la Chine ou est

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In Fine Contemporary Dutch Color Fine old color example of Joshua Ottens map of Southeast Asia, extending from the Malay Peninsula in the north to Java and Sumatra in the south, with Malacca and Borneo. One of the more fascinating notes shows a...


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1725 - [Untitled Map of Southeast Asia & The Philippines]

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Extremely rare map of Southeast Asia and the Philippines, based upon the 1596 map of Southeast Asia by de Bry/Commelin/Lodewijckszn. Includes a large inset of Bottoni. Narrow upper left margin, as issued. The map is very rare.


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1728 - Astjien

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Nice bird's eye-view of the Town of Atjien on the northernmost point of Sumatra, from Francois Valentyn's Oud en Nieuw Oost Indien, part V : Beschryving van Coromandel, Pegu, Arrakan, Bengale, Mocha, Persien, Malakka, Sumatra, Ceylon. Francois...


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1730 - The Island of Celebes, or Macassar with The Islands of Banda, Amoyna, and the Molucca's . . .

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Detailed map of the islands from Eastern Brunei to Timor and part of New Guinea, centered on the Moluccas.


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1740 - Nuova et Accurata Carta dell' Isole Filippine, Ladrones, a Moluccos o Isole della Speziarie come anco Celebes &c.

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Scare map of Southeast Asia, from the Second Italian edition of Thomas Salmon's, Modern History: or, the present state of all Nations. . . entitled Lo Stato Presente... published in Venice from 1740-1762. The maps are attributed to Tirion in...


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1746 - Isles de la Sonde

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Interesting map of Singapore, the Molucques, Java and Borneo, from Le Rouge's Nouvel Atlas Portatif.


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1749 - Les Isles De Sonde. . . 1749

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Attractive map of the Straits of Singapore, Sumatra, Java, Malaca, Borneo and neighboring islands, showing towns, harbours, bays, and other details. The map appeared in De Vaugondy's Atlas Portatif.


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1755 - Archipel Des Indes Orientales, qui comprend Les Isles De La Sonde, Moluques et Philippines, tirees des Cartes du Neptune Oriental . . .

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Striking and highly detailed map of the region from Sumatra and Malacca and Southern China to the Philippines, New Guinea and Northern Australia, centered on Borneo. Includes a large inset of the Marianas. Wonderful early detail, derived from the...


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1764 - Carte Particuliere Des Isles Moluques

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Finely engraved map of Moluccas, from Jacques Nicolas Bellin's Le Petit Atlas Maritime Recueti de Cartes et Plans des Quatre Parlies du Monde en Cinq Volumes, first published in Paris in 1764. Jacques Nicolas Bellin Jacques Nicolas Bellin (1703-1772)...


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1764 - Carte Des Isles De Java, Sumatra, Borneo &.a Les Detroits de la Sonde Malaca et Banca &c.

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Finely engraved map of the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo, Java, the Celebes, etc., from Jacques Nicolas Bellin's, Le Petit Atlas Maritime Recueti de Cartes et Plans des Quatre Parlies du Monde en Cinq Volumes, first published in Paris in 1764.