Antique Maps of Luxemburg
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“Descrittione del Belgio o della Germania Inferiore"
The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and parts of NW Germany in the shape of an egg.
Type of print: Copper etching
Artist: Girolamo Porro
Published in: “Geografia cioe Descrittione Universale della Terra"
Publisher: Gio. Battista & Giorgio Galignani Fratelli
Edition: Italian edition
Editor: Giovanni Antonio Magini (1555-1617)
Text: Italian. Complete on front and reverse side
Published in: Venice
Map size: Ca. 12,5 x 17 cm (ca. 4.9 x 6.7")
Page size: Ca. 28,5 x 19 cm (ca. 11.2 x 7.5")
Condition: Near perfect. Very minor traces of age.
Price: $ 280.00
Order Nr. BELGIUM238494
"Royaume des Pays - Bas Divise en ses 18 Provinces"
Copper engraving by F. Delamarche. Published 1832. Original hand outline coloring.
Horizontal centerfold. Spot in upper left corner - otherwise clean and in good condition.
41 x 29 cm ( 16.1 x 11.4 ")
Order Nr. HOLLANDMAP242651
Duchy of Luxembourg and surrounding area.
Anonymous copper etching with original outline hand coloring.
Most probably German origin. Ca. 1750-80
Map has no indication of authorship. No cartouche, no credit for the engraver. No given date.
Only help for identification is the number 30 in the uppr right corner.
Here are the geographical points, clockwise from upper left: Dunkerque (France), Hasselt (Belgium), Marburg (Hesse), Darmstadt (Hesse), Freiburg (Baden), Nogent-le-Roi (France, Dept. Eure et Loir), Pithiviers (Departement Loiret), Beauvais (France, Dept. Oise)
In the center of map we have the Duchy of Luxembourg (Luxenburg). Map shows geography in great detail.
River runs: Rhine from Breisach to Cologne
Moselle / Mosel: the entire run from the Vosges mountains to Coblence / Koblenz
Light age toning. Margins a bit dirty. Reverse side is blank and a bit dirty with some spots. Strong paper
51,3 x 74,5 cm (ca. 20 x 29")
Order Nr. LUXEMBOURG238148
"Ducato di Luxembourgo Dedicato All'Illustrissimo Signore Conte Bernardo Bernardi, Gentihuomo della Camera della M. del Re di Polonia" Copper etching by the Jesuit Vincenzo Maria Coronelli (1650 - 1718). Published in the “Atlante Veneto". Venice, 1692.
Very nice condition.
45.2 x 60.8 cm (17.8 x 23.9")
"Lutzenburgensis Ducatus Venriss. Deacript." Copper engraving by Jacobo Surhonio Montsano for "Theatrum orbis terrarum" by Abraham Ortelius ca 1600.Fine hand coloring.
This highly interesting map reaches from the Ardennes on the left to the Moselle on the right. In the lower right is the town of Metz. In the upper right are the towns of Gerolstein and Schoneck in Germany. At the top of the map are the towns of Bomal, Houde and Montegny. On one half of the backside is text (in Latin) about Luxembourg.
On the right and left margins are very old faded notes in ink. Very minimal spotting. Vertical centerfold. Two small repsirs on backside of centerfold - not visible on the front side. Spotting on text on backside.
36.5 x 49 cm ( 14.3 x 19.2 ")
Order Nr. LUXEMBOURG1313
"Germaniae Cisrhennae ut inter I. Caesaris et Trajani Imperia suit, Scaldis item Mosae ac Rheni ostiorum Antiqua 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 shows a large portion of the course of the Rhine River. In the southeast of this map the Rhine enters near Breisach in southwestern Germany. The pink area comprises the countries of Belgium, Holland, Luxemburg, part of Germany and northern France. The yellow area of the northeast is part of present-day Holland and Germany. Across the English Channel is part of England.
Order Nr. 1185
·"Koenigreich der Niederlande nebst dem Grossherzofthume Luxemburg"
Steel engraving by Carl Ferdinand Weiland dated 1830. Published in Weimar for Verlag des Geographischen Instituts.
Original hand outline coloring.
In the lower left is an inset showing Amsterdam and the surrounding area. Luxemburg is located in the lower pink area.
Map shows signs of age and use. Map has a vertical and horizontal fold. Light creasing and spotting.
Light browning in margins. Several tiny repaired tears on margin edges.
57 x 44 cm ( 22.4 x 17.3 ")
Order Nr. HOLLAND238147
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