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Antique rare maps of Amsterdam





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1572 - Amstelredamum, Nobile Inferioris Germaniae Oppidum

  • $14.99

This is a finely colored example of Braun & Hogenberg's first view of Amsterdam, from Part I of their Civitates Orbis Terrarum, first published in Cologne in 1572. Braun & Hogenberg's view is based upon a plan of Amsterdam by Cornelis...


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1676 - Caarte van den zeedyk tussen Amsterdam, Muijden en Muijderbergh, vertoonende desselfs langte en boghten, met de aengelege landen, wateren, paden en slooten: waer en hoe die tegen den dijck aenkomen. Alsmede hoe deselve is besteet in parcken, de nomber pae

  • $21.99

An Amsterdam Canal Map Drawn by Nicolaas van der Heyden. Finely executed gold heightened manuscript map of the Nieuwvaart Canal in Amsterdam, drawn by Amsterdam's Inspector General of Dikes and Canals, Nicolaas van der Heyden in 1676. The map extends...


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1720 - Amsteldam, Capitale de la Hollande

  • $14.99

Attractive and uncommon panorama of Amsterdam, which appeared in Van der Aa's Galerie Agreeable du Monde.


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1727 - Accurater Grundris und Prospect der Weltberuhmten Hollandischen Haupt und Handels-Stadt Amsterderdam . . . 1727

  • $14.99

Nice example of Homann's map of Amsterdam, along with a striking birds-eye view of the city. Marvelous panoramic view, flanked by scenes of commerce. Amsterdam is shown after its period of explosive growth during the late 16th and 17th centuries, which...


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1730 - Amsterdam die Weltberuhmte Haupt-und Handel Statt in Holland auf das neuest und accurateset eintworffen und verlegt . . .

  • $14.99

Nice full color example of Seutter's decorative and highly detailed plan of Amsterdam, with a striking view of the City and allegorical embellishments below. Includes 2 coats of arms and a key naming over 300 places on the map and view.


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1770 - A View of Amsterdam

  • $9.99

Attractive and painterly engraved view of Amsterdam. A key identifies 44 landmarks. A number of sailing craft and other boats, tradesman and gentry in the foreground. A nice example of this fine view.


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1572 - Amstelredamum nobile inferioris germaniae oppidum braun hogenberg

  • $14.99

This is a finely colored example of Braun & Hogenberg's first view of Amsterdam, from Part I of their Civitates Orbis Terrarum, first published in Cologne in 1572. Braun & Hogenberg's view is based upon a plan of Amsterdam by Cornelis...