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"Tractuum Borussiae, circa
Gedanum et Elgingam ab incolis Werder appellaticum
Joannis Gotho by Ioannes Jansonius 1647. Original hand
Map has overall pleasant age
toning. Some light scattered spotting.
Map image 41 x 48 cm ( 16.1 x 18.8 ")
Order Nr. POLAND249958
"Carte Generale Du Duche de
Silesie divisee en ses XVII Moindres Principautes et
Copper engraving map of Silesia
by Covens and Mortier. Original hand coloring with
Map shows Silesia with a decorative inset of Breslau in the upper right corner.
The map has overall natural age
toning. Some spotting in margins.
Map image: 47.5 x 56.5 cm ( 18.7 x 22.2 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND252579
"Holsatiae Descriptio". Copper etching by Marco Iordano Holsato from the atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" by Abraham Ortelius. Antwerp, modern hand coloring. Differs from the preceding map through title ribbon. Also reaching a trifle further north. Title cartouche lower left replaced by mileage cartouche, which was moved from the right to the left. Author^s name in its stead. Verso no text. Antwerp 1603.
This is basically a map of Schleswig-Holstein , the north end of Germany. Neighboring southern Jutland (Denmark) with islandsAlsen and Laland are featured as well as Sylt and Femarn in ruddy fashion typical for the 16th century. Parts of Lower Saxony south of the Elbe river and hints of Mecklenburg are bordering.
Map has some very light scattered spotting in margins. Left margin has been added. Map is not printed exactly straight on paper. A few light scattered creases that are hardly visible. Overall condition is Better than Good.
33.5 x 24.2 cm ( 13.1 x 9.5 ")
Order Nr. D1303
"Holsatiae Descriptio". Copper etching by Marco Iordano Holsato from the atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" by Abraham Ortelius. Antwerp, 1584. Modern hand coloring.
This is basically a map of Schleswig-Holstein , the north end of Germany. Neighboring southern Jutland (Denmark) with islands Alsen and Laland are featured as well as Sylt and Femarn in ruddy fashion typical for the 16th century. Parts of Lower Saxony south of the Elbe river and hints of Mecklenburg are bordering. Verso: Text in Latin.
Map has overall age toning with light, scattered spotting in margins. Wide margins except on right side. Overall condition is otherwise Almost Very Good.
30.5 x 24 cm ( 12 x 9.4 ")
Order Nr. D1298 SOLD
"Rugiae, Usedomiae et Iulinae..." Copper etching from the atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" by Abraham Ortelius, Antwerp, dated1584 in well done modern hand coloring.
The east-orientedmap concentrates on the three islands in the Baltic Sea, belongimg to Mecklenburg and Pomerania in Germany. Rügen, Usedom and Wolin are shown with their important towns and cities of the time. In the lower right is Barth and the island Hiddensee. Notice the very decorative title cartouche.
Overall age toning with some small, scattered spots in margins. Wide margins. Almost Very good condition.
30.5 x 19.5 cm ( 12 x 7.6 ")
Order Nr. D1299SOLD
Very interesting and detailed
map showing the depths, light house, fog warnings and other
The map was published 1895. Horizontal centerfold. Light age toning.
27 x 20.5 cm ( 10.6 x 8 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND244683
"Il Circolo di Franconia diviso ne suoi Stati"
Karte zeigt Mainlauf und alle darum herum gelegene Gebiete Unter-, Mittel- und Oberfrankens
Type of print: Copper etching
Color: Original outline hand coloring. Cartouche is originally hand-colored
Author: Antonio Zatta
Published: Venice, dated 1780
Condition: Very good. Clean. Wide margins
40 x 30,7 cm (ca. 15.7 x 12")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND239128
Southern States of Germany comprising Bavaria, Wurtemberg, Baden, Nassau, Darmstadt, Coburg.
Map has several city plans: Nuremberg Nuernberg), Munich (Muenchen), Mayence (Mainz), State of Frankfort (on the Main) and Frankfort (Frankfurt am Main)
Type of print: Line lithograph printed in several colors (mostly green and beige)
Engraver. John Bartholomew jr. (1831-1893) an Edinburgh based cartographer. He was known for the finest of cartographical work done in Great Britain.
Published: By Fullarton & Co. London, Edinburgh and Dablin ca. 1870
Condition: A few repaired margin tears. Upper margin narrow. Reverse side has no print
Page size: 47 x 31 cm (ca. 18.5 X 12.2")
ORDER NR. DEUTSCHLAND238823
„Polonia et Silesia"
Type of print: Copper etching
Color: Original hand coloring
Verso: Text in French
Author: Gerard Mercator
Publisher: Mercator / Hondius
Measurements: 34,4 x 45,8 cm (ca. 13,5 x 18")
Condition: Light general age toning. Some duffuse spotting, A small pleat crease in lower margin, barely touching corner of map. Very pleasent original hand-coloring.
Minor traces of age and use. In general. Near Very Good
Order Nr. POLANDMAP238214
"Partie Meridionale de la Souabe" Copper engraving by Guillaume De Lisle (1675 - 1726). Dated 1704. Original hand coloring.
Very detailed map with biberach on the Riss in the center. In the lower left is part of Lake Constance ( Bodensee) and in the upper left is Waltenbuch and Tubingen. In the upper right is Tierhaupten and Friedberg. In the lower right isVils and Pflach in Austria.
Map has on repair on centerfold at the bottom with light creasing in the area. Otherwise the map is in good condition. Clear imprint on strong paper.
48 x 63 cm ( 18.8 x 24.8 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND234783
"Carte de la Ligue Anseatique dans le XVme Siecle". Steel engraving ca 1840.
Interesting map of the Hanseatic League in the 15th Century.
Light browning on vertical centerfold. Two tiny binding holes on centerfold.
16.8 x 23.3 cm ( 6.6 x 9.1 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1420 SOLD
"Rhenus Fluviorum Europae Celeberrimus, cum Mosa, Mosella, et reliquis, in Illum se exonerantibus fluminibus". West-oriented course of the river Rhine. Copper etching by Conte de Galeazzo, Gabriel Gualdo Priorato, ca 1670. Modern hand coloring.
In the upper left are the following coats-of-arms: Heluetii, Alsatia, Palatin Rheni, Archiep. Mogun, Archiep Trevir, Archiep. Colon, Clevia, Geldria, Vltraiectum, Hollandia.
Map was photographed with matting (passepartout). The map has hardly visible 7 vertical and 1 horizontal folds to fit book size. It is printed from two plates matched at centerfold. Left fold near Bodensee (Lake Constance) has older repairs (backed up with paper) in lower part . All margins have been widened. Some creasing. Few small spots visible from backside.
40 x 90 cm ( 15.7 x 35.4 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1305
"Carta Nuova del Regno di Danimarca........". Copper etching by Issac Tirion (1705-1765). Published ca 1750.
Map shows Denmark and surrounding area with fine detail of cities, towns, rivers, lakes and islands, even the fishing frounds are shown.
Map has folds to fit book size.Strong, clear impression. Part of binding margin added inlower right corner. Paper replaced in lower left corner. Tiny repaired tears on upper margin edge. Condition is otherwise Good.
28.4 x 33 cm ( 11.1 x 12.9 ")
Order Nr. SCANDINAVIA1491
"Die Preussischen Provinzen Preussen un Posen"
Steel engraving edited by C. Vogel for the Stieler Atlas dated 1871. Original outline hand coloring.
In the upper left is a very detailed inset titled "Uebersicht des Preussischen Staats". In the lower left is a plan of Berlin and the surrounding area.
Map is in good condition except for a small repair on lower margin edge on centerfold.
31.5 x 38.5 cm ( 12.4 x 15.1")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND237266 SOLD
„Deutschland von 1493 bis 1618 Zeitraum der Reformation". (Germany between 1493 and 1618 times of the Reformation.) Steel engraving by Maedeler. 1846. Original borderline handcoloring.
Clean, except for traces of age and use in margins. A liitle foxing in margins.
Page size: 37 x 43.8 cm (14.6 x 17.2").
Order Nr. D1411SOLD
"Herzogl. Saechs: Fuerstl. Schwarzburgsche und Fuerstl. Reussische Laender." Steel engraving by A. Tschierschky for Flemming ca 1860. A bit of original outline coloring.
In the center of this detailed map is Renda and Stadt Ilin. The map extends as far north as Nordhausen and Schraplau and as far south as Ebern and Staffelstein. On the left is Waldkuppel and Geisn. In the upper right is Leipzig. Plauen is right above the interesting cartouche. The highest mountains are listed in the cartouche.
Map has some light fraying on margin edges and a few spots in margins. Two tiny repaired tears on lower margin edge.
31 x 36.5 cm ( 12.2 x 14.3 ")
Order Nr. D1412
"Charte de Erphorie
Lithographie by Friedrich Adolf
This map is vering interesting
because it shows a
This map has scattered light
spotting in the lower
23 x 21.6 cm ( 9 x 8.5 ")
Order Nr. D1251SOLD
"The River Elbe from Cuxhaven to Hamburg". Copper etching by J. Luffman. Dated 1801. Published in London. Original hand coloring.
This dregional map shows the course of the river Elbe as far as Hamburg. On the left side is part of the Weser river with Oldenburg in the lower left corner. At the bottom in the center is Kloster Zeven.
Map image is very clean. There is a spot near upper margin edge. Fraying and small holes from binding on upper edge. General condition is Almost Very good.
11.5 x 15.5 cm (4.5 x 6.1 ")
Order Nr. D1267
"Brandenburgens Marcha. Marca Antica.
Marca Nuoua". Copper etching by
Giovanni Botero (1540-1617). Published in
Berlin is in the middle of this interesting
little map. In the north is the lower part of Stettin Bay to
be seen. In the very northeast is part
Overall light toning and fraying on edge of upper margin. One small worm hole in text. Light water stain in upper margin that reaches a bit into the image. Overall condition is Almost Very Good.
Page size: 20.7 x 15.3 cm ( 8.1 x 6 ")
Order Nr. D1216
"Hassis Landgraviatus" .Copper etching by Wilhelm Janzoon Blaeu. Published in Amsterdam, ca 1630. Original hand coloring.
This detailed map shows Hesse from Fulda in the south to Kassel in the north. It reaches from Marburg in the west to Eisenach in the east.
Map has some overall age toning and browning along the centerfold.In the upper and lower margins are repairs of small missing pieces along the centerfold. In the upper margin are two repaired tears that reach into the image, (ca 7cm long). The lower margin edge is a bit frayed and the corners have been rounded. The upper right margin corner has a repair. General condition of the map is Almost Good.
39 x 49.6 cm ( 15.4 x 19.5 ")
Order Nr. D1290
"Les deux Cercles du Haut et Bas Rhin"
Copper etching for the Accademy
Map has folds to fit book size
17.5 x 13.5 cm ( 6.8 x 5.3 ")
Order Nr. D1331
"Der Ertzgebürgosche Creis in Meissen". Copper etching by Johann Christian Schreibern (1676-1746). His atlas was published after his death ca. 1750 in Leipzig. Original hand coloring.
Chemnitz is right in the middle of this map which reaches as far south as Wiesenthal and Gottesgabe. In the upper right is Dresden and in the west is Romeburg and Reichenbach. In the upper left is Pegau. On the right side is a list of the areas shown on the map.
Map has overall age toning and spotting in margins. Map image is clean. In the upper right is an original hand-written number which has been partially crossed out. Overall condition is Good.
16.5 x 24.2 cm ( 6.5 x 9.5 ")
Order Nr. D1263SOLD
"Das Marggrafthum Niederlausitz". Copper etching by Johann Christian Schreibern (1676-1746). His atlas was published after his death ca. 1750 in Leipzig. Original hand coloring.
To the left of the title cartouche is the Oder river flowing into the map by Reipzig. It flows under the cartouche and to the right and exits by Netka. Flowing into the Oder from the south along the right of the map is the Bober river. In the center of the map is Peitz on the Spree river. In the upper left is Treppin and Mittenwalde. In the lower left corner is Treblitz and Dobra. On the right side is information about the area.
Map has overall toning and some light spots in margins. Along upper margin edge is browning. Hand-written number in upper right margin corner.General condition is Good.
16 x 24 cm ( 6.3 x 9.4 ")
Order Nr. D1269
"Leipziger Amts Bezirk" . Copper etching by Johann Christian Schreibern (1676-1746). His atlas was published after his death ca. 1750 in Leipzig. Original hand coloring.
Leipzig is right in the center of this map that reaches from Schorlau in the north to Zöpen and Geslowitz in the south. The Elster river and its tributaries are on the left side of the map. In the upper right is Eilenberg. On both sides is a list of towns and cities found on the map.
Map has overall age toning with some light scattered spotting and smudging in margins. In the upper write corner is a hand-written number that was changed. Left margin is narrow. Condition is Good.
16.2 x 25 cm ( 6.3 x 9.8 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1270
"Churfürstenthum Brandenburg". Copper etching by Johann Christian Schreibern (1676-1746). His atlas was published after his death ca. 1750 in Leipzig. Original hand coloring.
Berlin is directly in the center of this Brandenburg map. Above the title cartouche is Halberstadt and Quedlingburg. The Elb river flows out of the upper left corner. The Oder flows into the map in the lower left corner and north to Stettin, Usedom, and Anklam at the top of the map.
Map has overal age toning with browning along margin edges. Right margin has been added. Some light scattered spots in margins and a hand-written number in upper right corner. General condition is Good.
17 x 25.6 cm ( 6.7 x 10 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1271
"Das Fürstenthum Anhalt". Copper etching by Johann Christian Schreibern (1676-1746). His atlas was published after his death ca. 1750 in Leipzig. Original hand coloring.
In the center of this Anhalt map is Berenburg on the Saal river. At the top in the center is Magdeburg on the Elbe river and at the bottom center is Halle on the Saal river. On the right center is Wittenberg and on the left center is Halberstadt for orientation. On the right side is map description.
Map has scattered spots in margins and staining on edges. Overall age toning. Hand-written number in upper right margin. Condition is Good.
15 x 24.7 cm ( 5.9 x 9.7 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1297
"Das amt Gommern und Die Graffschafft Barby". Copper etching by Johann Christian Schreibern (1676-1746). His atlas was published after his death ca. 1750 in Leipzig. Original hand coloring.
The course of the Elbe river dominates this map of Gommern. The river "flows in" to the left of the mileage legend in the lower right and "flows out" in the upper left corner. In the center of the map is Gommern. On ther right side is Zerbst and on the left center Beindorf and Formerslebe. On the right is a map description.
The margins are spottend and stained. Map has overall age toning. Hand-written number in upper right corner. Condition is Good.
16.2 x 23.7 cm ( 6.3 x 9.3 ")
Order Nr. D1273SOLD
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