Antique rare maps of Poland


1608 - Germaniae Typus

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Striking map of the German Empire, including the Low Countries, Switzerland, Austria, and part of the Balkans prepared by Johan Baptiste Vrients for the very late editions of Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, the first modern atlas of the world. The...


1745 - Le Royaume De Pologne Le Grande Duche De Lithuanie Suivant les Nouvelles Observations . . .

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This is a scarce map encompassing Poland and parts of the grater Baltic Region, Russian, and Ukraine. The map extends from the Gulf of Riga to the Black Sea at the mouth of the Dniepr. The map includes an attractive cartouche. This is only the second...


1740 - [Hand Drawn Prussian Military Encampment at Opole, Poland] Special Grund-Riss Des Kaeyserl Feldl Lagers bey Oppeln in Ober Schlesien

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Rare Manuscript Plan of a Prussian Military Encampment Mid-eighteenth-century plan of a Prussian military camp located near Opole, made at a time when the Prussian army was one of the strongest in the world. This document is a rare survival and...


1864 - Повстанцы 1863 Года [(Polish) Insurgents of 1863]

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Three Vilnius-Published Prints of the January Uprising -- Polish National Uprising in 1863. A highly unusual, early Lubki (popular graphic) series, locally-published in Vilnius, Lithuania and depicting a contemporary nationalist revolt by the...


1947 - Atlas Ziem Odzyskanych . . . Atlas of the Recovered Territories of Poland

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Rare Atlas of the Regions Recovered by Poland After World War II A rare and graphically sophisticated atlas that provides a multi-dimensional picture of the regions of Poland--then called the Recovered Territories--which were ceded back to Poland at...


1930 - [Polish Towns in the United States] Ks. Fr. Bolek Osiedla Zalozone Przez Polakow W. Stanach Zjednoczonych / The Towns and Villages Settled By Poles in the United States

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Interesting map of the United States, drawn by Polish historian Franciszek Bolek and published by the Polski Prezglad Kartograficzny (Polish Cartographic Review) in 1930. Franciszek Bolek (also known as Francis Bolek ) was a Polish historian,...


1639 - Germaniae Nova acaccurata descriptio . . . 1639

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


1940 - Mer Baltique - Etats Scandinaves

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Large format map of the Theater of War in 1940, published in Paris. The inset map shows the German Confederation as it will appear in 1950, based upon a public German document from 1904. The areas identified in Striped regions have already been taken...


1507 - Tabula Moderna Prussie, Livonie, Norvegie et Gottie

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Rare Early Map of Northern Europe Important early map of Northern Europe, Scandinavia and the British Isles, which first appeared in the 1507-1508 Rome edition of Ptolemy's Geography, Claudii Ptholomei Alexandrini. Cosmographia..., created under the...


1573 - Germania

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Fine old example of Ortelius' map of the German Empire, from his Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, the first modern atlas of the world. The map extends from The English Channel to the Baltic, the Vistula and Poland in the northeast, Budapest, Venice and the...


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.


1625 - Germania

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Decorative map of the German Empire, from the Low Countries to Prussia, Poland, Hungary, Austria and Switzerland. Decorative cartouche, sailing ship and coat of arms. From the 1625-26 edition of Purchas His Pilgrims, one of the seminal early 17th...


1634 - Nova Totius Germaniae Descriptio

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No Text on Verso! Rare edition of Blaeu's map of the German Empire, lacking text on the verso. The map includes the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Bohemia, Moravia and Poland. This map is scarce, more so without text on the verso.


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...


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,...


1542 - Germania VI Nova Tabula

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Excellent modern map of German Europe, with South oriented at the top of the map. The map extends from the Baltic (Danzig, Kolberg, Rostok and Lubec) and Vistula to the Low Countries (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Selandie Insulae, and Ghent) in the North to...