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Antique rare maps of Southern Europe





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1794 - Second Part of Turkey in Europe, Containing Valakia, Croatia, Dalmatia, Bosnia, Servia, Bulgaria and Albania, with the Roum-Ili, Morea and Archipelago … 1774

  • $14.99

Detailed map of Greece and environs from Crete and the Mediterranean to the Black Sea and the Balkans, centered on Roum-Ili. From Dunn's New Atlas or Mundane System of Geography.


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1801 - Turkey in Europe

  • $9.99

Extremely rare miniature map of Turkey in Europe, which was published by J. Cooke & J. Harris in London in 1801. The map style, in the circular disk, is quite unusual. This is the first time we have offered this map for sale.


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1801 - A New Map of Turkey In Europe, Divided into its Provinces . . . 1801 [Cyprus]

  • $14.99

Detailed map of Turkey, Greece, Bosnia, Dalmatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Moldova, Romania and Albania, and the contiguous islands, including Cyprus and Crete. Colored by countries. One of the best large format English atlas maps of the period.


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1828 - Turkey in Europe Greece & The Ionian Islands

  • $9.99

Striking and highly detailed map of Turkey, Greece, the Balkans, Cyprus and the Black Sea. Colored by regions. Excellent detail throughout.


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1835 - Greece

  • $14.99

Marvelous detailed map of Greece, Turkey, Macedonia, Crete, and surrounding islands from this scarce American atlas.


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1851 - Turkey in Europe

  • $9.99

Striking full color example of Tallis' map of European Turkey. Decorative Vignettes of Ali Pasha, The Bosphorus and Constantinople and a Greek Caloyer figure, also inset of island of Cadia. Engraved for R. Montgomery Martin's Illustrated Atlas....


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1854 - Tooneel Van Den Oorlog In Het Oosten . . . 1854

  • $14.99

Rare large format map of the region between Greece and Hungary in the west and Iraq and the Caspian Sea in the east, centered on Turkey. The map shows rivers, roads, topographical and other features. This is the first time we have seen the map.


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1581 - Insularum Aliquot Maris Mediterranei Descriptio [Sicily, Malta, Sardinia, Corfu, Elba and Zerbia]

  • $9.99

Fine example of Ortelius' maps of the islands of Sicily, Malta, Sardinia, Corfu, Elba and Zerbia, from the Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, the first modern Atlas of the World. Includes a number of sailing ships, including a sinking vessel off...


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1606 - Aeneae Troiani Navigatio Ad Virgilij Sex priores Aeneidos

  • $14.99

On the Trail of Aeneas, the Trojan—Historical Map of the Mediterranean Sea Chronicling the Story of the Aeneid A finely-detailed map of the eastern Mediterranean Sea, published in Ortelius’ Parergon, his historical atlas of the ancient world. The...


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1660 - Tabula Geographica ex Historia Iustini

  • $9.99

Antique engraved map of ancient Italy, Greece, Europe and the Middle East, after the writings of the Roman historian Justin.


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1660 - Les Expeditions Militaires d'Annibal General des Carthaginois

  • $9.99

Antique engraved map of the military expedition of Hannibal, the Carthaginian general, published in Paris circa 1660 by Pierre Du Val. The map covers all of the western Mediterranean, with the most detail in Italy and Spain and a few locations in...


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1774 - Piano Della Presa Fatta Il Di Xiv Ottobre 1773: Dalla Fregata Di S.A. R. L'Austria Comanda:ta Dal Sig:re Cav:re Capitano Giovanni Acton

  • $14.99

Map illustrating a battle between the Tuscan Navy and the Barbary pirates. The Tuscans, aboard the S.A.R. Austria, were led by Captain Giovanni (John) Acton. The key at the right provides details of the battle. Sir John Francis Edward Acton VI,...


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1935 - A Map Showing Some Places of Importance in the Roman World | A Four Year Book Cruise

  • $14.99

Fascinating "map of the Roman World", illustrating a Ginn & Company promotional advertising brochure promoting its Latin and other educational text books.


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1660 - La carte des conquestes de Pirrhus roy des Epirotes, tiree de Plutarque

  • $9.99

Antique engraved map of the conquests of Pyrrhus of Epirus, covering Greece, Southern Italy, and Sicily. The map was published in Paris in 1660 by Pierre Du Val.


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1513 - Tabula Secunda Europe (Spain & Portugal)

  • $14.99

Nice example of Martin Waldseemuller's map of the Iberian Peninsula from the 1513 edition of Waldseemuller's Geographia.


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1525 - Tabula II Europae (Title on Verso)

  • $14.99

Nice example of Fries map of the Iberian Peninsula. First published in Strasbourg by Johannes Gruninger in 1522, Fries map is based upon Waldseemuller's map of 1513.