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1619 - [Untitled Map -- Double Hemisphere Map with Portraits of Magellan, Schoten, Drake, Von Noort, Cavendish, and Speilbergen

  • $14.99

Double hemisphere map of the World, accompanied by portraits of a number of the most important 16th and early 17th Century explorers, which was included in Willem J. Schouten's America Pars Undecima . . . , first published by De Bry in 161. The map...


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1619 - [Straits of Le Maire, Nova Guinea, South Pacific]

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The Earliest Printed Map of Le Maire's Voyage Around Cape Horn and Across The Pacific Nice example of Joris van Spilbergen's rendering of Willem Schouten and Jacob Le Maire's map / sea chart of a portion of his circumnavigation of the world, showing...


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1619 - Cuba Insula [with] Hispaniola Insula [with] Insula Jamaica [with] Ins. S. Ioannis [with] I.S. Margareta Cum Confiniis

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Nice old color example of the Mercator-Hondius maps of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Hispaniola and Jamaica, with inset of Havana. A highly decorative map of the islands, embellished with sea monsters and sailing ships.


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1619 - Eboracum Lincolnia, Derbia, Staffordia, Notinghamia, Lecestria, Rutlandia, et Norfolcia

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Decorative early map of the northeast of England, comprising the counties of Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Rutland and Norfolk. From Mercator's Atlas Sive Cosmographia, first published in 1595....


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1619 - Anglia Scotia et Hibernia

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Fine old color example of Mercator's map of the British Isles, which appeared in his Atlas Sive Cosmographia. One of the most influential maps of the British Isles during the late 16th and early 17th Century.


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1619 - Irlandiae Regnum

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A beautifully detailed 2 sheet map of Ireland from an early edition of the Mercator-Hondius Atlas Sive Cosmographia. Fine dark image with a sea monster and sailing ship.


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1619 - Geldria et Transysulana

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Nice old color example of Mercator's detailed regional map of the Central Netherlands, from Mercator's Atlas Sive Cosmographia.


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1619 - Zelandia Comitatus

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Old color example of Mercator's map of Zeeland.


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1619 - Trier & Lutzenburg

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Nice old color example of Mercator's detailed map of Trier and Luxembourg.


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1619 - Helvetia cum finitimis regionibus confoederatis

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Nice old color example of Gerhard Mercator's detailed map of Switzerland, from his Atlas Sive Comographie . . . , the first book of maps to include the title of "Atlas." One of the earliest maps of Switzerland to appear in a modern atlas.


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1619 - Das Wiflispurgergou

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Old color example of Mercator's detailed map of southwestern Switzerland showing Geneva, Lake Geneva, Lake Neuchatel, Lake Biel, Bern, Freiburg, Lake Thuner, etc. Decorative cartouche.


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1619 - Carte Du Pais De Retelois

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Rare map of Retelois, from Jean Le Clerc's very rare atlas of France. A credit is given at the bottom to the French surveyor Jean Jubrien (1569-1641).


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1619 - Corsica [and] Sardinia

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Old color example of Gerard Mercator's maps of Corsica and Sardinia. Includes decorative cartouches.


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1619 - Bolonia & Guines Comitatus

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Rare Jodocus Hondius map of part of northwestern France. The map is oriented with west at the top and shows the French coast from Calais to Grofflieres and the Canche River. Within the map, the cities of Boulogne-Sur-Mer, Guines, Montreul, Renty,...


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1619 - Messin Nova Territorii Metensis Descriptio Autore Abrahamo Fabert Consule Urbis Metensis . . .

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Striking example of Jodocus and Henricus Hondius' map of a portion of the Metz region of northeastern France. The map is centered on Metz and the Moselle River Region. The map is quite unusual, bearing the imprint of both Jodocus Hondius and Henricus...


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1619 - Artesia Comit:(gold highlights)

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Nice old color example of Mercator's detailed regional map of Artois, which appeared in Mercator's Atlas Sive Cosmographia, the first collection of maps to use the modern name "Atlas."