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Antique rare maps of Portugal





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1681 - Portugal

  • $14.99

Rare map of Portugal, published by Sir Jonas Moore in London. The map appeared in Moore's A New Geography. Many of the plates in the work were engraved by Herman Moll, who had moved to London in 1678 and had not yet begun publishing under his own...


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1688 - Portuglliae et Albarbiae Regna . . . (Heightened in Gold!)

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Full original color example of Visscher's map of Portugal, heightened in gold. Two gorgeous cartouches, coat of arms and gold leaf highlights. No text on verso. From a rare Abraham Wolfgang composite atlas.


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1690 - Regno Di Portugallo . . .

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Nice example of this scarce map of Portugal, published by Coronelli in his C orso Geogrpaphico. The map includes a number of coats of arms and decorative embellishments. Decorative title cartouche appears in bottom center embellished with military...


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1690 - Novissima Regnorum Portugalliae et Algarbiae Descriptio Acutore Theodroum Danckerts….

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A Rare Theodore Danckerts Map Striking old color example of this rare map of Portugal by Danckerts. Extends from Galecia in the North to Cadiz in the South, centered on Lisbon. Shows the various regions of Portugal and contiguous parts of Spain, as...


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1700 - Portugalliae et Algarbia Veteris Hispaniae quondam Pars Quae Lusitania audiit: Jam amplior hic Suas in Provincias et Dioceses noviter distributas . . .1703

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Striking old color example of Schenk's rare map of Portugal, with the coats of arms of Portugal, Algarbia and a Spanish sailing vessell in the cartouche. The map is in fine old color and printed on double thick paper, from a composite atlas of the period.


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1700 - Setubal . . .

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Detailed view and plan of the fortifications of the City of Setubal, published by Gabriel Bodenehr.


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1700 - La Portugal Dedie Au Roy Par son tres humble, tres obeissant, et tres fidele Serviteur et sujet, P. Placide . . .

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Decorative map of Portugal by Le Père Placide de Sainte-Hélène, the brother-in-law of the famous French mapmaker Pierre Duval. The map provides a large detailed treatment of Portugal, with an inset of the area around Porto on the Douro River.


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1700 - Lissabon die Konigliche Haupt und Residenz Statt in Portugall

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Fine view of Lisbon, published by Gabriele Bodenhr in his Atlas Curieux.


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1705 - Olvenca (and) Setuval

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Two plans showing the fortifications of the towns of Olvenca and Setubal in Portugal.


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1713 - Canaries ou Iles Fortunees suivant les decouvertes et es Observations des plus renommez Navigateurs . . .

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Decorative map of the Canary Islands, published in Leiden by Pierre Van der Aa. Includes an elaborate title cartouche and vignette.


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1720 - Portugal

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Scarce map of Portugal, published by Herman Moll


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1729 - (Azores) The Western Isles . . .

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An Early Engish Sea Chart of the Azores Fine early chart of the Azores, which appeared in the English Pilot First Part, Southern Navigation.


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1736 - Regnum Portugalliae Divisum In quinque Provinciae Majores & Subdivisum in sua quaeque Territoria una cum Regno Algarbiae speciali mappa exhibitum . . .

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Detailed map of Portugal and the Algarve, first published by Johann Baptist Homann in 1736. The map is colored by provinces, showing towns, rivers, mountains, harbors, roads, etc. Very large title cartouche with figures and a coat of arms.


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1748 - Les Isles Canaries . . . [With inset map of the Islands of Madeira and Porto-Santo]

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Detailed map of the Canary Islands, from De Vaugondy's Atlas Portatif, Universal et Militaire. Large inset of Madera and Porto Santo. Lots of place names shown.


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1749 - Partie Septentrionale Du Royaume De Portugal . . . 1749

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Detailed map of the Northern part of Portugal, from De Vaugondy's Atlas Portatif.


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1756 - Plan du Port de Lisbonne et des Costes Voisines . . . MDCCLVI

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Scarce map and plan of Lisbon, published by Jacques Nicolas Bellin in Paris. The map was published shortly after a major earthquake destroyed much of Lisbon on November 1, 1755. Includes a fine view of Belem and Lisbon at the top and and inset plan...