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Antique rare maps of Singapore





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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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1948 - (Sinagpore, Strait, Batam Island, etc) - East Coast Riouw Archipelago Durian Strait and Approaches

  • $21.99

Rare separately issued sea chart of a part of the areas between Singapore Island and the coast of Sumatra, published by the Maritime Safety Agency of Japan shortly after the end of the Second World War. Major islands shown including Batam, Bulan,...


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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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1821 - China Sea Sheet 1 (Singapore, Siam, Cambodia, Mindanao, Borneo)

  • $9.99

First State! Detailed sea chart of the region extending from Singapore, Gulf of Siam, Cambodia, Vietnam, Mindanao and Borneo, first published by the East India Company in 1821. Extremely detailed chart of the region, with a number of coastal...


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1855 - Colton's East Indies

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Very detailed map of Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, with inset map of the Strait of Singapore. Color key shows the Dutch, British, Spanish and Portuguese Possession. A marvelously detailed map. Decorative border. A terrific regional map...


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1612 - Malacca (Singapore named)

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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]

  • $14.99

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)....


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1746 - Isles de la Sonde

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


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1760 - A Chart of the Seas between the Straits of Banca and Po. Timon: with Eastern Part of the Straits of Malacca

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Extremely rare English sea chart centered on Singapore nd the Straits of Malacca. First state of the William Herbert’s chart of the Malacca-Singapore navigation, the first broadly accurate British sea chart of Asia’s busiest shipping lane,...


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1778 - The Straits of Sincapore with those of Durion, Sabon and Mandol.

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Extremely rare chart of Singapore and the surrounding region, compiled by Thomas Jefferys, and published by Sayer & Bennett in London in 1778. The map extends from Sumatra in the southwest to just north of Singapore in the north. Numerous islands...


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1785 - Regni D'Aracan Del Pegu Di Siam Di Camboge E Di Laos . . . 1785

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Striking map of the region from the Gulf of Bengal to Hainan, centered on the Malay Peninsula, Straits of Malacca and most of Sumatra. The map was issued in Zatta's Atlante Novissimo, a monumental 4 volume work and one of the last great decorative...


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1794 - Plan of the Port of Rhio on the Island of Bintang in the Straits of Sincapore . . .

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A fine large format 18th-century sea chart of Bintan and Batam Islands, Indonesia, located on the Singapore Straits, published by the firm of Laurie & Whittle. Bintan Island (formerly known as Bintang) and the adjacent island of Batam (Bataam) are...


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1806 - A Plan of the Soundings from Pulo Aor to the Southward and outside of the Reef off Point Romania towards the entrance of Sincapour Strait. with the Land adjacent and the relative positions of the Hills, &c. . . . 1818

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Horsburgh & Ross's Chart of Eastern Part of Singapore Strait Rare early sea chart of the Easternmost part of Singapore Strait, showing the area between Singapore, the southwestern tip of Malaysia, Bintan Island and Batam Island, published in...


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1862 - Carte Du Detroit De Malacca (Partie Sud) Depuis Les North Sands Jusqu'a Singapour; d'apres M.M. Wm. Rose, Roberts Moresby et C.Y. Ward . . . 1862

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A rare large-format 1860s sea chart of the southern part of the Straits of Malacca, including Singapore Island, published by the French Dépôt de la Marine. This highly detailed sea chart embraces the Straits of Malacca from a point just north of...