ANTIQUE MAPS OF AUSTRIA
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"Herzogthum Kaernthen und Krain, 1852." Steel etching from "Neuster Zeitungs Atlas. Alter und Neuer Erdkunde" by J. Meyer, ca 1855. Original outline coloring.
In the upper left of this detailed map is Lienz and the Pasterner Kogel. In the upper right is Obdach, St. Leonard and Reichenfels. In the center of the map is Radmansdorf and Goriach. In the lower left is the Bay of Triest with Caorle and Pirano. In the lower right is Altenmarkt and Karlstadt.
Some very minor spots in margins. Condition is otherwise Almost Very Good.
18.7 x 24.7 cm (7.3 x 9.7 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1016
„Carinhtiae Ducatus, et Goritiae Palatinatus". „Histriae Tabula". „Zarae et Sebenici Descriptio". Three maps on one page. Copper etchings. Good recent hand coloring. Published in Abraham Ortelius: „Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1598.
Left half devoted to Carinthia in Austria. Right side divided to equal parts between the peninsula of Istria and the area of Zadar in Croatia. On half of the reverse side is text in Latin about the areas shown on the map.
Wide margins. General age toning. Margins partially spotty. Nice overall condition.
Page size: 45 x 56.5 cm (17.7 x 22.2").
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1035
No title. Retia, Vindelicia, Noricum, Istria, Pannonia Superior, Pannonia Inferior, Illyriseu, Lyburnia, Dalmatia.
Wood cut by Martin Waldseemueller after Claudio Ptolemy. : From „Claudio Ptolemei...Geographiae opus novissima...MDXIII". Strasbourg, 1513. Very nice recent hand coloring.
This very early map in trapeze form shows the ancient regions named above. It reaches from Bregenz in Western Austria to the Macedonian border. Showing Svebia, Bavaria, Austria, Slowakia, Slowenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegowina, Hungary and parts of Romania south to the Macedonian and Albanian border.
Map has pleasant light age toninhg. Uper and lower margins have been added. Some traces of age and use of minor importance.
Trapeze: 33.3 x 43.5 to 50.5 cm (13.1 x 17.1 to 19.9"). Page size 37 x 58.8 cm (14.6 x 23.1")
Order Nr. BALKAN MAP 1044
"Erz-Herzogthum Oesterreich: Ob Der Enns 1838. Steel etching from "Neuster Zeitungs Atlas. Alter und Neuer Erdkunde" by J. Meyer, ca 1855. Original outline coloring.
The Wolgangsee is in the center of this very detailed map. At the top of the map is Schwarzenberg and Ulrichsberg. In the lower right is an inset with a detailed plan of Linz and surrounding area.
Map has a few light spots.
18.5 x 24.8 cm ( 7.2 x 9.7 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1028
„Austriae Ducatus Chorographia, Wolfgango Lazio Austore"
Copper etching. Pleasantly hand-colored. Decorative bordure all around.
Verso text: Latin
Author: Wolfgang Lazius (1514-1565)
Publisher: Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598)
Publication: In the first World Atlas „Theatrum Orbis Terrarum"
Where: Antwerp When: 1590
The map shows the Archduchy of Austria, a stretch of the river Danube from west of Linz to Bratislava in the east, from river Theina in the north to the river Drau in the south. An egg-shaped title cartouche, a mileage cartaouche, a circumferance borderline decoration and the manyfold arteries of rivers running through this land, give this map a very attractive appearance.
Condition: Wide margins. Faint water stains in upper margin not touching image.
Minor traces of age and use.
34 x 46 cm (ca. 13.4 x 18.1")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP238199
„Archiducatus Austriae Superioris in suas Quadrantes Ditiones exacte divisi accuratissima Tabula"
Copper etching. Absolutely finest original hand coloring, even including title cartouche.
Published by Johann Baptist Homann
Where: Nuremberg. When: Ca. 1723
48 x 57 cm (ca. 18.9 x 22.4")
Condition: extra fine
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP238200
"Le Tirol, Souz le nom duqel s'entendent Le Comté De Tirol; puis les Comtés de Bregentz, Feldkirk, Montfort, Pludentz, & Sujets; et les Evesches de Trente, et Brixen ein protection des Comtes de Tirol." Copper etching by Sanson d'Abbeuille, dated 1654. Fine, modern hand coloring.
This map shows the extension of Tirol in the middle of the 17th century. In the upper left is Lake Constance and in the upper right is Salzburg and the Salzach River. Above the title cartouche is San Daniele and Belluno. To the left of the cartouche is Vicenza. Lago di Garda is in the lower center area and Lago di Como in the lower left. Almost in the center is Meran with Innsbruck a bit further north.
Map has wide margins. Vertical centerfold. Hand-written ink numbers in upper corners. General condition is otherwise Almost Very Good.
35.5 x 46.2 cm ( 17.9 x 18.1 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1015
Austria Oesterreich Osterrike
Lithograph ca 1850.
In the center of the map is Salzburg. On the right side is Budapest and in the upper left corner is Frankfurt am Main. In the upper center is Chemnitz and in the south is the northern tip of the Adriatic Sea.
Map has two folds to fit book size.
17 x 21,6 cm (6.7 x 8.5 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1037
"Confederation Germanique Royaume de Prusse Empire D'Autriche Royaume de Pologne"
Map shows the various divisions of Europe at the time.
Copper engraving by F.
Delamarche dated 1828. Published in his atlas in 1832.
Vertical centerfold. Small repairs in margins on centerfold. Light creasing on right side.
27.5 x 36 cm ( 10.8 x 14.1 ")
Order Nr. EUROPEMAP242279
"Goritiae, Karstii, Chaczeolae, Carnilae, Histriae, et Windorum Marchae Descript. " Copper etching after Wolfgang Lazius by Abraham Ortelius in very fine, modern, hand coloring. From the atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" by Abraham Ortelius. Published ca 1580.
Map is north oriented. On the left side is part of Carinthis is the upper left and abit lower is Goriza and then the Gulf of Trieste. The Istrian peninsula with the ancient names of its cities and towns points south into the Adriatic Sea. The islands in the lower right have their ancient names of Vegia, Arbi, Cigola and Osero. The lake shown is Lake Zirknitzer, the size much larger than it actually is. In the upper right is part of Styria
Margins are wide except the left margin is narrow as this map was on a page with the Rhaetia map. The map was not printed straight on the page. This is not disturbing by fine, antique maps. Small, repaired tear on lower margin edge. The image of the map is in very fine condition.
34 x 23 cm ( 13.3 x 9 ")
Order Nr. CROATIAMAP2435
"Karstia, Carniola, Histria et Windorum
Marchia". Copper etching by Johann
Janssonius (+ 1666) in original
Slovenia and the northern part of Dalmatia
dominate this map. In the west is Friaul and the area around
Udine. In the north
General browning, the right part of the lower margin is very thumbed and has been strengthened. Condition: Good
38 x 49.3 cm (15 x 19.4 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1007
"Sued - Oestliches Deutschland nebst einem Theile des noerdlichen Italian"
Steel engraving by W. Alt, Berge and C. Jungmann after Herman Berghaus for Stieler. Dated 1871. Original hand outline coloring.
Interesting historical map extending as far north as part of Franconia and the Czech Republic. The path of the Danube is clearly visible and reaches as far as Pressburg on the right side. In the lower right is part of Istria and Croatia. In the lower left is Genoa (Genua), Alessandria, and Bologna. On the left side is a diagram showing the distances of various towns between Munich and Mantua. On the right side is a diagram showing the distances of many towns between Glocknitz and Trieste. Also shown on the map are railroad lines.
Map has light age toning. There is a repair on the lower part of the centerfold.
29 x 40.5 cm ( 11.4 x 15.9 ")
Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA238210
"Contea Principesca Del Titolo". Steel engraving from an Italian source ca 1850. Original hand outline coloring.
Map shows the area of Tyrol with Lake Constance in the Upper left. On the right side is Kitzbuehel and Lienz. At the bottom is Lake Garda with Verona and Peschiera.
Map has a few light scattered spots especially in the margins near margin edges. A few light creases. In the lower right margin corner is a printer's stamp. Light uneveness in the paper.
31.5 x 20 cm ( 12.4 x 7.8 ")
Order Nr. ITALIAMAP1466
"Oesterreichisch Ungarische Monarchie"
Steel engraving edited by C. Vogel. Dated. 1870. Original hand coloring.
Very detailed map of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. In the lower right is an inset showing Vienna and surrounding area.
Very clean image. Minor signs of age and use in margins.Small ink marks in lower margin. Small repair on centerfold in lower margin.
33.2 x 41.5 cm ( 13 x 16.3 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIA237876
"Tirol und Vorarlberg"
In the upper left is part of Lake Constance. In the lower right is a detailed inset with Lake Garda"
Wood engraving printed in color 1895. Light age toning in margins. Vertical centerfold.
22 x 27 cm ( 8.6 x 10.6 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP246221
"Theil von Tyrol. Sect. 175 Partie du Tyrol". Copper engraving published in Weimar by the Georgraph. Institut, 1804.
Very detailed map with Innsbruck and Hall in the center. In the upper left are the Thor Spitz and part of the Imau River with Mittenwald a bit to the right. In the lower left is the Mutterberger See and the Schran Kogl. In the upper left is Rattenberg. In the lower right is the Ahorn Spitze and Dreng Spitze.
Map has very wide margins. some light fraying on margin edges as well as a few small repaired tears on margin edges. Minimal spots in margins.
31 x 41 cm ( 12.2 x 16.1 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1020
"Kronland Tyrol. u. Vorarlberg und souveraines Fuerstenthum Liechtenstein." Lithograph vy H. Mueller for C. Flemming ca 1860. Some original hand outline coloring corresponging to the political regions listed in the lower right map key.
In the center of this very detailed topographical map is Meran. The map extends as far sout as Lago di Garda and as far north to Schongau and Weilheim in Oberbayern. In the upper right corner of the map is St. Gildgen and in the upper left corner is Ravenstein and Bodensee. In the lower left is a list of the highest mountains on the map.
Map has a few very light stains in margins and a small piece of lower left corner is mising. Light crease in upper left margins corner.
32 x 39.7 cm ( 12.5 x 15.6 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1031
"Steiermark, Kaernten, Krain." Lithograph by E. Serth for Tr. Bromme's Hand Atlas ca 1870. Partially printed in color with original hand outlining. Outline colors match with the key in the lower right corn showing the various regions.
Almost in the center of the map is Neumarkt in Krain. The lower pink area is Istrien (Croatia) with its many islands. In the upper right corner is Wiener Neustadt. Traunstein in Oberbayern is in the upper left corner.
Map has horizontal centerfold. Repair in left margin on centerfold. Two tiny repaired tears on lower margin edge.
37.5 x 28.5 cm ( 14.7 x 11.2 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1032
"Die Kronlaender Oesterreich Unter Und Ob der Enns Und Salzburg". Lithograph by A. Theinert for C. Flemming ca 1860. Some original hand outline coloring.
Steyer is located in the center of this informative regional map. The map extends from Achen See on the left to Pressburg on the right. Steyr is in the center of the map. In the upper left corner is a list of the major mountains on the map.
Map has a few minor repairs on outer margin edges.
30 x 40.5 cm ( 11.8 x 15.9 ")
Order Nr. AUSRIAMAP1033
Herzogthum Steyermark". Steel etching by J. Graessl from "Neuster Zeitungs Atlas. Alter und Neuer Erdkunde" by J. Meyer, 1858. Original outline coloring.
Nice detailed map of Styria, especiall care detail of the mountains.
Map has pleasant age toning. Minor spotting in margins.
25.8 x 21.2 cm ( 10.1 x 8.3 ")
Order nr. AUSTRIAMAP1036
Copper etching from: "Geographia" by Claudio Ptolemy. Originally edited and published by Willibald Pirckheimer. This edition, which comprises all 64 maps of the "B" edition, including the "New World", was published by Josephus Meletius 1562 in Venice.
This map shows Austria, southern Germany, the Balkans and Italy. In the north is the Danube river and the Carpathian mountains. In the upper left is a bit of the Rhine river. Text on backside gives historical data in Italian of Rhatien and Vindelicia.
Map has light browning and repairs along centerfold. General condition is otherwise Good.
17.7 x 24.2 cm ( 6.9 x 9.5 ")
Order Nr. MEDITERRANEANMAP1345
jurisdictionis..." Copper etching in
very good modern coloring. By Mrco Setznagel (originator)
This attractive west-oriented map is really a map of "Salzburger Land" in Austria and "Berchtesgadener Land" in Bavaria. A Renaissance title cartouche, a mileage key and the two coats of arms for the shown areas along with drawn in forests, mountains and the network of rivers help make this map as beautiful as it is.
18 x 26.4 cm ( 7.1 x 10.4 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1004
"Ethnographische Karte Oesterreich Ungarn"
Fine xylograph showing the
regions of the various ethnic groups of Austria and
21 x 27 cm ( 8.2 x 10.6 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP245261
"Linz". Wood engraving by Rigolot ca 1880. Backside is printed.
Detailed map showing the region between Linz and Enns. In the upper part of the map is Kaltsdorf.
9.7 x 10.8 cm ( 3.8 x 4.2 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1021
"Ethnographische Karte der Oesterreichisch-Hungarischen Monarchie" Wood engraving ca 1875. Backside is printed. Narrow upper and lower margins.
Map shows the various enthographishen peoples that inhabited Austria at the time. In the lower lefthand corner is a key to the various areas on the map. In the lower right corner is a graph showing the comparison of population of the various peoples.
15 x 18.2 cm ( 5.9 x 7.1 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1022
"Principali Dignitate Comitatus
Tirolis.." Copper etching by
Christian Weigel the elder (1654-1725) in original
The region of Tirol is the point of interest
of this map. In the west are the Swiss Alps. In the
northwest is Lake Constance and Bavaria in the north.
Salzburg and Carinthia are to the east. In the lower right
corner is part of the Adriatic Sea. Notice that the
The lower margin has been added to the map
and the upper margin has been strengthened. Two small
repairs have been made
32.7 x 39.7 cm (12.9 x 15.6 ")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1006
Carinthiae Ducatus, et Goritiae
Rest margin is narrow and underlaid.
33,3 x 24, 1cm (13,1 x 9,5")
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1001
"Archiducatus Austriae Inferioris accuratissima tabula...." Copper engraving by M. Seutter, ca 1740. Hand coloring.
Very detailed map with the course of the Danube in the upper middle area. On the left the Danube enters at Enns and Steyr and flows out on the right side at Presburg. In the upper left corner is Rudolfstadt in Bohemia. In the upper right is Landtshut and Goding on the Moravia River. In the lower left is Rottenman in Styria. In the lower right near the cherubs is Pinkenfeldt and Friburg. Decorative cartouche.
Map has some light browning in margins and light smudging in lower right margins and cartouche. Vertical centerfold.
49.5 x 58 cm ( 19.4 x 22.8)
Order Nr. AUSTRIAMAP1026
"Salisburgensis iurisdictionis locorumque vicinorum vera descriptio, auctore Marco Secznagel Salisburgense" Copper engraving by Marco Secznagel for the "Theatrum orbis terrarum" by Abraham Ortelius, ca 1600. Original hand coloring.
The map is west oriented so that "north" is on the right side.In the upper right is part of the course of the Inn River and a bit lower the Salzach River. In the lower left is part of the Drau river. In the center of the map is Zell See. One half of backside is printed (in Latin) with text about Salzburg.
Map has a few light spots in margins -one larger spot in lower right margin corner. Tiny repaired hole on right border. a few hardly noticeable creases.
37.9 x 46.2 cm ( 14.9 x 18.1 ")
Order nr. AUSTRIAMAP1024
"Österreichische Crais, Chrf. u. Herzogt. Bayern ". Copper etching by Tobias Conrad Lotter ( (1717-1777) after Tobias Lobeck for the "Atlas Geographicus portabilis" (Pocket-size atlas) published 1760-1762. Original hand coloring.
Salzburg is almost excactly in the center of this map reaching as far south as Padua and Bescia. In the north is Bamberg and Prague.
In the upper left is Wertheim and Rotenberg. Lake Como is in the lower left and Croatia in the lower right. In the upper right corner is Schoenberg und Olmutz.
A few light creases in map image. Browning in right margin.
9.5 x 12.2 cm ( 3.7 x 4.8 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLANDMAP1334
„Sclavonia oder Windisch Marck / Bossen/ Crabaten / etc". Woodcut from the „Cosmographia" by Sebastian Muenster (1488 - 1552). Ca. 1550.
From Carinthia to Triest and from the Drau river to Oberwossen in Croatia.
General age toning, somewhat darker in upper left and right margins and along centerfOld. A black spot in paper. Print from reverse side (title of map in
German) is showing faintly. Browning in upper left and right margins.
31.5 x 36 cm (12.4 x 14.2")
Order Nr. SLOVENIAMAP2419
"Nova Totius Germaniae Descriptio". Copper etching by Peter Bertius (1565-1629) for Philipp Cluver Philipp (1580 - 1623) , an early author of historic maps. His works were published long beyond his lifespan. The This map comes from a pocket size atlas (duodez): Philippi Cluverii. Introductionis in Universam Geographiam tam veterem quam novam Libri. Amsterdam, 1661. Originally colored.Centerfold. Size: ca.12 x 12,5 cm (ca.4.72 x 4.92"). Narrow margins all around, especially on right side. General toning. Minimal foxing.
This map of Central Europe focuses on Germany and the surrounding countries. The yellow - colored river to the left is the Rhine in its entire course. This map reaches far to the east with Koeningsberg in the northeast and as far south as Croatia.
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLANDMAP1182
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