Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam

Antique rare maps of Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam


1864 - Map of Hindoostan, Farther India, China and Tibet

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Nice mid-19th century map of India and Southeast Asia, including Cambodia, Siam, Burmah, Tonquin, Cochin China, and British Tenasserim. Shows roads, towns, rivers, mountains, etc. Decorative border.


1890 - Burma and Adjacent Countries

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Published in Calcutta Finely executed map of Burma, compiled by Colonel Henry Ravenshaw Thullier and published by the Survey of India Office. One of the most accurate maps of Burma for of the period, derived from a host of contemporary sources...


1535 - India Orientalis

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Early Antique Map of Southeast Asia Finely colored example of the first printed map to focus on Southeast Asia and the only map to focus on this area in the first half of the 16th century. Fries' map was a significant milestone in the Mapping of...


1598 - [The Spice Map] Insulae Moluccae celeberrimae sunt ob Maximam aromatum copiam quam totu terrarum orbem mittunt harum praecipue sunt Ternate, Tidoris, Motir Machion et Bachion, his quidam adiungunt Gilolum, Celebiam, Borneonem, Amboinum et Bandam, Ex Insu

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The Spice Map—Rare, Striking Map of Southeast Asia Rare English edition of Petrus Plancius's "Spice Map," first published in 1594, covering the Philippines and Maritime Southeast Asia, including the famed Spice Islands. Plancius based his map on...


1683 - Penisola Dell India di la dal Gange Diusa ne i Regni, che in essasi contengono et accresciuta di varie notizie. Da Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola e conforme le Relationi di alcuni Padri della Compa di Giesu di Monsu Tavernier, Mandeslo e d`altri Illustri Via

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Decorative example of the Cantelli-Rossi map of part of Southeast Asia, extending from Singapore and the Straits of Malacca in the south, to the mouth of the Ganges and southeastern China in the north, produced by Cantelli da Vignola and published in...


1687 - A New Map of India Beyond Ganges

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Rare English map of the Malay Peninsula, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, part of China, Borneo, Sumatra and the Gulf of Bengal. One of the earliest obtainable English maps of the region.


1700 - 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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Mortier's Large Format Map of the Kingdome of Siam, Malaysian Peninsula, Singapore, Indonesia, etc. Finely colored example of Pierre Mortier's map of Southeast Asia, extending from Thailand, Cambodia, Viet Nam, and the Malay Peninsula and Gulf of...


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

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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.


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...


1828 - Hinter Indien nebst den Hinterindischen Inseln entwrfen und Gezeichnet von C.F. Weiland . . . 1828

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Scarce and highly detailed map of Southeast Asia, including southern China, the Philippines, the Malaysian Peninsula and extending south to Java, Timor and the northern tip of Australia. Includes rivers, some early roads, towns, topographical details,...


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


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...


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...


1760 - [Phuket, Phang Nga Bay, Krabi and Northwest Coast of Sumatra] A Particular Plan of Junk-Seilon and the Parts Adjacent

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Extremely rare English sea chart, covering a portion of Southern Thailand and northwestern Sumatra. At the top right, the map provides a detailed image of the area around Junk Seilon Island, now known as Phuket, along with the adjacent Phang Nga Bay...


1753 - (Phuket, Thailand) Kaart van het Eiland Junkseilon, en desselfs Haven, leggende voor de Kust van Queda, op 8 Graaden, 10 Min. Noorder Breedte.

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Map of Phuket, Thailand from the Famed Part Six of the Van Keulen Zee-Fakkel - the Secret Atlas of the VOC. A highly important chart, and the first printed map dedicated to Phuket and Pha Nang Bay. The towns of Phuket ("Puquet") and Patong ("Putom")...