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A Colorful Map Of Sandiavia And The Baltics By Homann

REGNI DANIAE … c. 1730. Made by Io. Baptista Hommano. A fine map displaying theThe Kingdom of Denmark, and a portion of southern Sweden and Baltic Sea islands. Nice decorative cartouche in upper right with figures and a coat-of-arms.23 ½” x 20”. Very Fine.
Catalog: # MP-1005
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $295.00

A Highly Attractive And Colorful Hand-colored Map Of The Russian Empire By Emanuel Bowen

[RUSSIAN EMPIRE HAND COLORED MAP] “A New and Accurate Map of the Whole Russian Empire as contain’d both in Europe and Asia” 18 ½” x 16 ½”. The map was produced from “authentic Journals, Surveys, and most approved Modern Maps, and Regulated by Astronomical Observations by: Eman: Bowen.” Bowen was a prolific map maker well-known for his development of maps for much of the known world. In excellent condition.
Catalog: # MP-1008
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $300.00

A Highly Decorative Map Of The Russion Empire

A very colorerful map of Russia by the great Homann. The geography includes Scandinavia, Kamtchatka and parts of China. A decorative title cartouche with figures, one holding a globe. Sailing ship is noted at the top left. A good dark impression with some very minor age-toning along the center fold. The overall condiiton is very good, measures approximately 23 ¼” x 20”.
Catalog: # MP-1012
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $300.00

A New And Accurate Map Of America By Emanuel Bowen

1748, London. A New and Accurate Map of America, Drawn from the most approved modern Maps and Charts. By Emanuel Bowen. First edition, published in Harris’ Navigatum. 17 ¾” x 15 ½”. Wonderfully hand-colored map with a gorgeous cartouche with American Indians, an alligator , early European traders in background. Expert centerfold strengthening on verso and perfect for framing. Extremely Fine.
Catalog: # MP-1002
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $850.00

A Plan Of The River Thames

[MAP – RIVER THAMES]. 16 ½” x 8 ¼”. “A Plan of the River Thames, from Boulters Lock to Mortlake in Surry; From an Actual Survey taken in 1770”. Very Fine
Catalog: # MP-1023
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $90.00

America

Hand-colored engraved map, “America.” No 52. 25 1/2” x 20 1/2”. J & G. Menzies Sculpt. Two sheets joined. Overall Very Fine. This map was produced for Thomson’s New General Atlas (1813).
Catalog: # MP-1014
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $225.00

An Early Plan Of The Cities Of London Broadside

An early plan of the cities of London. 13½”x 17”. A detailed plan of London containing such places as Hyde Park, Queen Anne Square and St. James Park. Ideal for framing
Catalog: # MP-1019
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $90.00

Hand-colored Map Of Europe By Janvier

(LES ETATS GENERAUX DES PROVINCES UNIS) Circa 1770’s. Paris. 21” x 16 ¼”. Map of Northern Europe by Janvier. Northern Europe and the English Channel with a portion of the English coast. Great for display. Very Fine.
Catalog: # MP-1010
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $400.00

Hand-colored Map Of Hudson Bay, Labrador And Greenland By Antonio Zatta

[HUDSON BAY HAND COLORED MAP]. 1778.Produced by Antonio Zatta. Venice. 17 ½” x 16 ¾”. “La Baja D’Hudson terra Di Labrador e Groenlandia con Le Isole Adiacenti di nuova Projezione. Some light dampstaining which would matte out. Great for display. Very Fine.
Catalog: # MP-1009
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $350.00

Hand-colored Map Of North And Central America

AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE. 12 ½” x 9 ¾”. Nice detail showing the entire southwest and California as part of Mexico. Light dampstaining a lower left.
Catalog: # MP-1006
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $150.00

Inghilterra

Hand-colored 13 1/2" x 15 3/4” map, “Inghilterra.” Major cities marked by buildings of varying sizes
Catalog: # MP-1017
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $225.00

“An Exact Map Of The Crim” Detailing The March Of Russian Armies Against The Crim Tarters

[MAP]. 14 ¼” x 11 ¾”. An exact map of the Crim – “Part of the Lesser Tartary, the Sea of Asoph, and the adjacent Country of the Kuban Tartars…exhibiting the March of the Russian Armies against the Crim Tartars, in the War begun with the Turks 1736, and continued the present Year 1739”. Nice detail with Explanations below. Fine. Couple of minor margin tears.
Catalog: # MP-1020
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $125.00

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