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Antique rare maps of Philippines





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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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1703 - Nova Et Vera Exhibito Geographica Insularum Marianarum Cum Insulis De Pais Marianis ad Austrum Obiectic Nuperrime Inventis

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Fascinating map of the the Philippines, China, Japan and Korea, with a large inset of Guam, from Heinrich Scherer's monumental work. Includes a large inset of Guam. Heinrich Scherer (1628-1704) was a Professor of Hebrew, Mathematics and Ethics at the...


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1710 - La Baie de Manille, Selon les Observations les plus recentes . . .

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Rare Variant / Manilla Rarity! Rare early map of Manilla Bay, which appeared in Vander Aa's La galerie agréable du monde. The map is oriented with southwest at the top and includes a small town plan for Manilla and other places. Soundings are also...


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1724 - Manilhas Bay

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The Earliest Obtainable Large-Format Chart of Manila Bay Fine dark impression of Francois Valentijn's chart of Manila Bay, from his important Oud en Nieuw Oost-Indien. The striking chart is the earliest obtainable chart to show Manila Bay in such...


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1724 - (Philippine Islands) Lucon of Luconia

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The Earliest Obtainable Large-Format Chart of the Philippines. Rare chart of the Philippine Islands from Valentijn's important Oud en Nieuw Oost-Indien. A striking, large-format map, it is the earliest obtainable map of this size and detail to focus...


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1748 - Carte du Canal des Isles Philippines Par leque passe le Galion de Manille. Et les Iles voisines de ce canal.

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Large detailed chart of the Islands of the Philippines from the French edition of Anson's Voyages. One of the most detailed charts of the Philippines of the era. Shows Islands, bays, reefs, soundings tracks of the Manila Galleon route, etc. Includes a...


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1748 - Isles Philippines

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Detailed map the Philippines, from Le Rouge's scarce Atlas Nouveau Portatif, published in Paris in 1748. One of the earliest obtainable separately published maps of the Philippines.


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1748 - A Chart of the Channel in the Phillippine Islands through which the Manila Galeon passes together with the adjacent Islands.

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Chart of Philippines from Anson’s Voyage round the World, Part of His Plan to Capture a Spanish Treasure Galleon Nicely colored example of George Anson's chart of the Philippine Islands, showing the area from Luzon to Leyte, Zebu and Ysle De...


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1750 - Plan de la Baye de Manille

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One of the Earliest Obtainable Plans of Manilla Bay. Detailed chart of Manilla Bay and environs, including placenames, soundings, etc. From a French edition of Anson's Voyages. One of the best maps of Manilla Bay from the period.


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1757 - Carte Des Isles Philippines, Dressee sur la Carte Espagnole du R.P. Murillo de Velarde. 1re. Feuille . . . 1752

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Detailed map of the Northern portion of the Philippines, extending from Batanes and Babuyans to Mindoro and Masbate, and centered on Luzon. One of the most detailed maps of the period. Includes a large decorative title cartouche. One of the maps...


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1764 - Carte Des Isles Philippines Celebes et Moluques

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Finely engraved map of the Philippines, 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...


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1764 - Carte Des Isles Philippines Dressee sur la Carte Espagnole du R.P. Murillo de Velarde 2e. Feuille

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Finely engraved map of the southern portion of the Philippines, 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. As noted in the title, the...


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1771 - The Sooloo Archipelago, Laid down chiefly from Observations in 1761, 1762, 1763 & 1764 by A. Dalrymple

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A detailed map of the Sulu Archipelago, Basilan and part of Mindanao and neighboring islands, published by Alexander Dalrymple. Includes two large insets of Toolyan Bay by James Rennel and Sooloo Road. The chart includes a pronunciation guide at...


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1775 - Plan du Port de Subec, l'isle de Luçon, Levee en 1766

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A rare sea chart of Subic Bay in the Philippines, which appeared in the second edition of Mannetvillette's Le Neptune Oriental, published in 1775. The chart is one of the earliest obtainable detail charts of Subic Bay. Subic Bay was discovered by the...


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1780 - [Philippines, Borneo, Java, etc] La Presqu'Isle De L'Inde Au Dela du Gange, avec L'Arcihpel Des Indes. Partie Orientale

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Fine example of Rigobert Bonne's map of the Philippines, Java, Borneo, Formosa, the Moluques, etc. Very detailed and interesting.


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1780 - Carte des Isles Philippines.

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Detailed, scarce map of the Philippines published in Louis Brion de la Tour's Histoire Universel, circa 1780. The map names dozens of cities, shows Manila as the capital, and even includes an illustration of an erupting volcano. Scarborough Shoal and...