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Antique rare maps of Western Hemisphere





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1829 - Western Hemisphere

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Nice map of the Western Hemisphere, published in London by Wyld. South America appears at the height of its Revolutionary period, where Spain and Brazil were losing their colonies. The Newly independent Mexico is shown, with Adams-Onis Treaty...


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1851 - Western Hemisphere [and] Eastern Hemisphere

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Nice full color example of these highly decorative maps of the Western Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere, each with 12 decorative vignettes. Perhaps the most decorative mid 19th Century Atlas map of its type. Engraved for R. Montgomery Martin's...


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1702 - Hemisphere Occidental Du Globe Terrestre contenant L'Amerique Septentle. et L'Amerique Mle. et Ptie. des Terres Arctiques et Antarctiques Subdivisees en leurs Regions

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Rare map of the Western Hemisphere, from a very rare work by Pierre Moullart Sanson, the grandson of Nicolas Sanson the Elder. The map is part of a series of maps intended to depict the various ways of depicting the Globe.


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1761 - Hemisphere Occidental ou du Nouveau Monde . . . [and] Hemisphere Oriental ou de L'Ancien Monde . . . MDCCLXI

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First State of An Important Enlightenment Era Mapping of the World Marvelous pair of large scale maps of the Eastern and Western Hemisphere, showing the known World on the eve of the first Voyage of Captain James Cook. The map is a fine example of...


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1790 - [Cyrillic -- Eastern & Western Hemispheres]

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Rare set of Eastern Hemisphere and Western Hemisphere maps, with place names in Cyrillic, likely published at the end of the 18th Century. The maps show Hawaii, but Tasmania (Van Diemens Land) is still attached to the mainland of Australia, which...


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1800 - West Halbkugel (and) Oestliche Halbkugel

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Antique Map of the Western Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere Scarce pair of hemispheric maps, issued in about 1800. Tasmania is separated from Australia and Washington D.C. is named, both of which suggest a date of about 1800.


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1835 - Western Hemisphere (and) Eastern Hemisphere

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Detailed pair of hemispheric maps of the World, from Burr's Atlas Universal. Shows an oddly configured Australia and Alaska, as well as conjectural knowledge of the Northwest Passage, about 25 years before its discovery.


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1660 - Haemisphaerium Stellatum Australe Cum Aequali Sphaerarum Proportione

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Decorative example of this finely executed map of the southwestern sky, illustrating the constellations of the Southwestern Hemisphere superimposed over a southwestern orientation of the Earth, first published by Andreas Cellarius in 1660. The chart...


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1708 - Haemisphaerium Stellatum Australe Cum Aequali Sphaerarum Proportione

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Decorative example of this finely executed map of the Southwestern Sky, illustrating the constellations of the Southwestern Hemisphere superimposed over a southwestern orientation of the Earth Hemisphere, first published by Andreas Cellarius in 1660....


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1782 - Hemisphere Occidental Dresse pour l'usage particulier du Roy . . . Revu, Corrige et Augmente des Nouvelles Decouvertes et des Voyages Capitaine Cook, de ce Celebre Navigaterur avec les Routes . . . 1782

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Scarce late state of Guillaume De L'Isle's map of the Western Hemisphere, updated to include the 3 voyages of Captain James Cook. Dezauche also shows the route of the voyages of Abel Tasman (1642), Quiros, Magellan (1520), Le Maire (1616), Mendana...


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1880 - Western Hemisphere

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Detailed map of the Western Hemisphere with comparative lengths of river charts for North and South America. The map also shows mountain heights. Small tear in bottom margin to neat line. Beautiful decorative borders. SA Mitchell Jr. acquired his...