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Antique rare maps of Austria





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1889 - Austro-Hungary

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Decorative map from this famous series of trade cards.


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1639 - Germaniae Nova acaccurata descriptio . . . 1639

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Rare edition of Cloppenburg's map of the Holy Roman Empire.


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1625 - Germania Non ea tantum que Rheno, Vistula, Danubio, . . .

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Rare map of the Holy Roman Empire, published in Paris by Jean Le Clerc. Le Clerc's map is based upon Willem Janszoon Blaeu's map of the same title, first issued in 1606, which includes town views across the top.


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1640 - Germaniae Veteris typus . . .

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A Plethora of Anicent Place Names Striking example Blaeu's map of the Ancient German Empire in Northern Europe, based upon an earlier map by Ortelius. Extends from the Adriatic (Hadriatici Sinus) to the Baltic (Suevicum Mare) and the Vistula and...


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1719 - Nouvelle Carte des Cercles de l' Empire avec des Tables des Divers Souverains, Qui Composent ses Dietes et ses Differents Coleges

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A very detailed map of the German Empire with a list of it's important cities and nobility in tables at the sides. This handsome copper engraved map includes today's Poland, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg.


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1624 - Italia Gallica, Sive Gallia Cisalpina, Ex conatibus Geographicis Abrah. Ortelij….

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Decorative example of this fine map of Northern Italy and contiguous regions, extending from Venice on the Adriatic, to Pisa and Nice on the Mediterranean, to Lake Geneva in the west, and the Alps in the North, from Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum,...


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1511 - Quarta Europae Tabula

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This is Sylvanus's scarce map of northern Europe, depicting the region encircled by the Rhine in the west, the Danube in the south, and the Vistula in the east. One of the earliest obtainable maps of the region, and the first printed in two colors,...


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1548 - Tabula Moderna Poloniae Ungariae Boemiae Germaniae Russiae Lithuae

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First State of one of the Earliest Modern Maps of Central and Eastern Europe A fine example of this rare and important map of Central and Eastern Europe, published by Antonio Salamanca in Rome. The map is derived from the iconic manuscript map of...


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1944 - Allied Bombers Aid Red Army

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Anti-Nazi Propaganda Broadside Published in the British Empire Fascinating WWII broadside propaganda map, published in India, in order to keep the local populous informed about the War. The map provides a graphic overview of the Allied bombing...


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1493 - Carinthia

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Nice example of Schedel's mythical view of the City of Carinthia, published in 1493. Hartmann Schedel's Liber Chronicarum: Das Buch der Croniken und Geschichten (commonly referred to as the Nuremberg Chronicle, based upon the city of its publication),...


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1493 - Carinthia

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Nice example of Schedel's mythical view of the City of Carinthia, published in 1493. Hartmann Schedel's Liber Chronicarum: Das Buch der Croniken und Geschichten (commonly referred to as the Nuremberg Chronicle, based upon the city of its publication),...


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1513 - (Adriatic, Balkans, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia) Quinta Europae Tabula

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Nice example of Martin Waldseemuller's map of the region between the Danube River and the Adriatic Sea from the 1513 edition of Waldseemuller's Geographia. The map extends from Italy and the Adriatic Sea in the South to Austria, Croatia, Slovenia,...


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1565 - Austria e Ungaria

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First State of Lafreri's Rare Map of Austria & Hungary Rare of the Austria and Hungary, published in Rome by Antonio Lafreri. The present map is among the earliest obtainable modern maps of Austria and Hungary. Based upon an early map engraved...


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1566 - Vera et ultima discrittione di tutta l'Austria, Ungheria, Transilvania, Dalmatia et altri paesi come nel disegno apare, graduata . . . M D LXVI . . .

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Rare Early Lafreri School Map of Hungary, Austria and the Balkans Region Nice example of Paolo Forlani's rare map of Austria, Hungary, Transylvania and adjacent regions. The map depicts the military activities in the region, between the...


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1579 - Tyrol

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Rare modern map of the Tyrol region, extending from Lago di Garda and Vincenzo in the south to Innsburck, Kitzbuel and Villach in the north, published in Cologne by Johannes Metellus in 1579 in fine original color. The map is one of the earliest...