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Rare maps of World & Celestial

27 rare maps matched your search criteria.
ASPIN, Jehoshaphat
John Harris, London, 1833
Recent Discoveries in the Arctic Regions
400 x 465 mm., early wash colour, light colour offset otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10669
£ 150

BOWEN, Thomas
London, c.1780
The World including the Discoveries, made by Capt. Cook
290 x 460 mm., double hemispheric world map in recent outline colour and good condition.
Stock number: 10666
£ 250

MOLL, Herman
London, c.1746
A Map of the North Pole
205 x 275 mm., cut close lower left corner, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10670
£ 195

RAYNAL, Guillaume Thomas Francois
Ernest van Harrevelt; Daniel Jean Changuion, Amsterdam, 1773
Mappe-Monde ou Description du Globe Terrestre
255 x 380 mm., in very nice full early wash colour, good condition.
Stock number: 10785
£ 325

FULLARTON, Archibald
London, 1855
British Empire Throughout The World Exhibited in One View
425 x 525 mm., early wash colour, small tear in the lower margin repaired, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 10668
£ 650

Rome, c.1750
Orbis Terrarum Typus
145 x 255 mm., with folds as issued, in good condition.
Stock number: 10506
$ 395

RUYSCH, Johannes
Rome, 1507
Universalior Cogniti Orbis Tabula Ex Recentibus Confecta Obsevationibus
410 x 550 mm., in two sheets joined as issued, with two tears in the right side lower margin, both about 9 cms., professionally repaired, otherwise in good condition with margins all round.
Stock number: 10386
$ 325,000

APIAN, Peter
Vienna, 1520
Tipus Orbis Universalis Juxta Ptolomei cosmographi traditionem et Americ Vespucii ...
305 x 430 mm., with side borders partially shaved as often, tiny wormhole on upper margin edge, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 9882
$ 59,500

AMBERGER, (After) Christoph
German, c.1850
(Sebastian Munster)
550 x 430 mm. Oil on the original mid-nineteenth century stretcher, in a later gilt frame.
Stock number: 2926
£ 2950

Sold by Tho:Bassett in Fleetstreet and Richard Chiswell in St. Pauls Church Yard, London, 1627-(76)
A New and Accurat Map of the World Drawne According to ye Truest Descriptions Latest Discoveries & Best Observations yt have beene Made by English or Strangers
420 x 560 mm., in fine old but not original colour, two minor marks in upper margin otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 8948
£ 9,500

Antwerp, 1579
Spectandum Dedit Ortelius Mortalib. Orbem, Orbi Spectandum Galleus Ortelium
325 x 220 mm., later wash colour, with some marginal light waterstain and minor crease, neither affecting the image, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 8818
£ 350

London, c.1730
The World described; Or, A New and Correct Sett of Maps ...
360 x 220 mm., in good condition.
Stock number: 8672
£ 450

Amsterdam, 1616
Descriptio Orbis Ptolomaica
100 x 135 mm., in fine condition.
Stock number: 8602
£ 95

MULLER, Johann Ulrich - BODENEHR, Gabriel
Ulm, 1692-[c.1703]
(No title)
65 x 80 mm., in good condition.
Stock number: 8302
£ 75

London, 1857
Outline of the EarthOutline of the EarthOutline of the Earth
A globe 65 mm. (2.5 inches) in diameter and made of papier mache with a plaster coating and 12 copper engraved printed paper gores running from north to south poles affixed, hand-coloured and varnished by the publisher. The sphere is mounted by the use of two polar metal pivots on to a plain brass meridian half-circle on a wooden stand, the whole standing 100 mm high. In good condition.
Stock number: 8184
£ 1,950

VISSCHER, Nicolaas Jansz.
Amsterdam, 1658
Orbis Terrarum Nova et Accuratissima
470 x 560 mm., in superb early wash colour with gold highlights to the meridians and corner cartouche, in very good condition.
Stock number: 7754
£ 6,950

Amsterdam, c.1685
Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula
485 x 580 mm., early wash colour, with lower centrefold split and smaller nearby tear into the image repaired, area of light foxing lower right, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 7755
£ 4,950

BERRY, William
William Berry at ye Sign of the Globe between Charing Cross and Whitehall, London, 1680
A Mapp of All the World in two Hemispheres in which are exactly Described all the Parts of the Earth and Seas. Described by Sanson, corrected and amended by William Berry
575 x 885 mm., two sheets joined, in early outline colour, some professional repair to edge tears and reinforcement to lower corners, not affecting the image, with the accompanying page of geographical tables, otherwise in good condition.
Stock number: 7758
£ 5,950

London, 1721
A New Map of the World from the Latest Observations Revis'd by I. Senex ...
420 x 540 mm., early outline colour. With a small centrefold split at the bottom, repaired, not effecting the image. Otherwise a good example.
Stock number: 7048
£ 2,650

BLAEU, Willem Jansz
Amsterdam, 1606-[c.1640]
Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica ac Hydrographica Tabula
410 x 550 mm., in early wash colour, light even toning, a slight area of offset in upper central vignette otherwise a good example.
Stock number: 6212
£ 12,500

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