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1710 - L'Amerique, Dressee sur les Observations . . . 1710

  • $14.99

Scarce map of America with a fascinating treatment of the Northwest Coast of America. The map shows a very unusual "est fort Inconu" and "Terre de Jesso," a curious marriage between the treatment of the region from the mid-17th century and more...


1710 - [California as an Island - First State!] Totius Americae Septentrionalis et Meridionalis Novissima Representatio . . .

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Nice example of the first edition of Johann Baptiste Homann's map of America, showing California as an Island on the second Sanson model and pre-dating Homann's privilege. The Straits of Anian are shown forming a Northwest Passage between California...


1710 - Totius Asiae Continens Cum Praecipuis Insulis Eidem Annexis

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Striking example of Scherer's map of Asia. Includes a marvelous depiction of Japan, the Philippines and a hint of Australia, with a curiously undersized Korea.


1710 - [Title Page] Atlas Novus Terrarum Orbis Imperia Regna et Status exactis Tabulis Geographice demonstrans . . .

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Highly decorative title page, from Homann's Atlas Novus. Includes an allegorical image of Atlas holding the World aloft, along with images of Triton, Mercury and a number of other gods, overlooking a projection of the Globe showing Africa and Europe....


1710 - Nansenbushu Bankoku Shoka No Zu (Outline Map of All Countries of the Universe)

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A Buddhist Worldview -- From the Original Sanskrit Nice example of Rokashi's world map, with the addition of small strips of paper translating placenames from the original Chinese/Sanskrit transliteration to a more modern Japanese version of the same...


1710 - Nouvelle Carte De L'Amerique Septentrionale Dressee Sur Les Plus Nouvelles Observations . .

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Attractive map of North America, based upon De L'Isle's highly influential map of North America published in 1700, from Chatelain's monumental 7 volume Atlas Historique, published in Amsterdam. California is a peninsula with a number of villages,...


1710 - North America Corrected From The Observations Communicated to The Royal Society of London and The Royal Academy of Paris . . . 1710

  • $21.99

One of the earliest large-scale English maps of North America, incorporating the best available French and English sources. The map represents a British attempt to consolidate new information about the region and borrows data from such recently...


1710 - Isle de la Guadaloupe . . .

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Rare map of the Island of Guadalupe. Includes a fine topographical treatment of the island, with a key locating 10 places of interest. The attribution to De Fer is based upon style--we were not able to locate another example of the map.


1710 - Magna Britannia complectens Angliae, Scotiae et Hiberniae Regna in suas Provincias et Comitatus divisa . . . (with Portrait of Ann)

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Striking example of this decorative map of the British Isles, with spectacular large format cartouche, coat of arms and portait of Queen Anne and an allegorical representation of Europe resting on a globe. From Homann's Atlas Novus Terrarum. Gorgeous...


1710 - Carte Particuliere D'Une Partie D'Angleterre . . . (Sandwich, Dover, Canterbury, etc)

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Fine example of Mortier's regional map of the British Coastline from the Isle of Shepy to the region just south of Dover. Larger cities shown include Canterbury, Margae, Dover, Folkstone and Ashford. The map is drawn from the map of Henry Frix.


1710 - Magnae Britanniae Pars Septentrionalis qua Regnum Scotiae . . .

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Striking Early 18th Century Map of the Kingdom of Scotland Fine dark impression of Johann Baptiste Homann's decorative map of Scotland, with 2 large format cartouches, coats of arms and other decorations. Credit is given to Nicholas Visscher as the...


1710 - Regnum Scotia, seu pars Septent: Magnae Britanniae, divisa in Scotiam Septent: et Astralem, porro autem in Comit: Rossiam Moraviam, Argatheliam, et Gallovidiam,; Vicencomit: Banfam et Marriam; Praefect: Laudoniam, Renfroviam et Anadiam; una cum Insulis

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Scarce and highly detailed map of Scotland, published by Gerard and Leonard Valk. The map locates towns, roads, rivers, lakes, islands, etc. The map has an inset of the Orkney Islands in the upper-right corner.


1710 - Belgica Foederata complectens septem Provincias, Ducatum, Geldriae, Comitatus Hollandiae et Zelandiae, Dioeceses Trajectum, Transisulaniam, Groningam et Frisam, et circumjacentes Provincias . . .

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Scarce and highly detailed map of the Low Countries, published by Valk. The map locates towns, roads, rivers, lakes, islands, etc. Finely engraved.


1710 - Nouvelle Carte D'Artois et des Environs ou l'on voit Ressort . . .

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Fine example of Pierre Husson's rare maps of the Artois region of Northern France. Pierre Husson was a publisher in Den Haag. His maps tend to be very rare on the market.


1710 - Carte de Moscovie dresse par G. de L'Isle . . .

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Important early map of Russia and the Ukraine, drawn by Guillaume De L'Isle, the leading French mapmaker at the beginning of the 18th Century.


1710 - Sueciae Magnae, Totius Orbis Regni Antiquissimi, Hodierna In Sex Principales Suas Partes, Gothiam Nempe, Sueciam Propriam, Sive Stricte Sumptam, Nordlandiam, Finniam, Ingriam, Livoniam . . .

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Fine map of Scandinavia and the Baltic, published in Amsterdam by Valk. Shows Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia and Latvia. It depicts a significantly contracted Swedish Empire having suffered defeats against both Norway and Russia over the previous...