Antique Maps of Regional Italy (page 2)

A selection of our Italian maps from the 16th to the 19th century. Enjoy these masterpieces of cartographic art. Each map is described and illustrated. Please contact us if you are looking for a special map. Maps showing Sicily my be viewed on our page Antique Maps of Sicily.

Maps showing Sardinia with the Mediterranean area may be viewed at: Antique Maps of the Mediterranean. Maps showing the entire country of Italy can been seen at: Antique Maps of Italy.

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"Voyage de Florence a Livourne et a L'Isle d'Elba"

Anonymous lithograph map ca 1840.
Map has folds to fit original book size.

20 x 17.5 cm ( 7.8 x 6.8 ")

$ 80.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA252553

Royaume de Naples

"Royaume de Naples"

Copper engraving by Peter Vander Aa. Published in Leide 1715.

This uncommon map of southern Italy has a very decorative title cartouche. In the upper right
corner is Mt. Vesuvius erupting. At the top of the cartouche is the coat-of-arms.

The vertical centerfold has been flattened. Some light browning on outer margin edges.
Clean, strong impression.

22 x 29 cm ( 8.6 x 11.4 ")

$ 650.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA248951

"Le Royaume de Naples Divise en Douze Provinces sur les Memoires les Plus Nouueaux"
"Presente a Monseigneur Le Dauphin"

Copper engraving by H. Jaillot ( 1632-1712) Published ca 1695 in Paris. Outline hand coloring.

This attractive map shows the Kingdom of Naples in fine detail. The map extends as far north as Ascoli Piceno.
On the right is part of Albania which was then part of the Turkish Empire. The island of Corfu is above the mileage chart.

Map has a vertical centerfold. Lower margin has been reeinforced. Map has some scattered creasing.
Crease in upper left corner margin. Some spotting in margins and minor repairs.

44 x 55.5 cm ( 17.3 x 21.8 ")

$ 635.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA242214

"Romani Imperii Primordia ut apud Florum". Copper etching by Hermann Moll, 1749.

Map of the area around Rome with Tuscany in the north and reaching as far south as Pompei.

Vertical centerfold with light graying from ink. Repaired tear in left margin reaching slightly into image. One very light spot above title.

15.2 x 22.5 cm ( 5.9 x 8.8 ")

$ 185.00


Kingdom of Naples - Apulia

" Descriptio Apuliæ. Item regni Neapolitani initium,...". Woodcut from "Cosmographia" by Sebastian
Münster. Basel, ca 1550.

This entry includes 4 pages with illustration and text on both sides describing the Kingdom of Naples. The most
important illustration is the map shown that begins with Gaeta in the northwest and shows the "boot" of Italy. On
the right side is the Adriactic Sea. In the lower left are the islands of Vulcano, Salina, Lipari, Filicudi and a small
part of Sicily. The text is Latin. Other illustrations include a coat of arms, a sword, Queen Iohanna (???) and various noblemen. The text gives some general history of Naples as well as specific information about the reign of Conradus
and the reign of the Aragonese.

The condition of all four pages is Excellent except for some inking out of 4 lines on one page and a handwritten
note in a margin, all in brown ink and very old. The map shown above is in excellent condion and very clean.

Image size: 20.6 x 14.7 cm ( 8.1 x 5.8 ") Page size: 30.7 x 20 cm ( 12.1 x 7.9 ")

$ 280.00



Steel engraving published 1851. Tiny piece of lower right margin corner is missing.

17.5 x 10.5 cm ( 6.8 x 4.1 ")

$ 50.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA247317

"Belli Typus in Italia victricis Aquilae progressius in Statu Mediolanensi et Ducatu Mantuae demonstrans." Copper engraving by Johann Bapt. Homann, dated 1702. Modern hand coloring.

Milan is in the upper center of this northern Italian map. In the upper left is Salurn and St. Michael on the Adige River. In the upper left is Brig and Arnen in Switzerland. In the lower left is Mondovi. Modena and Torricella are in the lower right. Decorative cartouche in the lower right with a view of Cremona on the left and on the right is a historical figure holding a plan of Mantua.

Map has tiny repaired tear in on upper margin edge. Vertical centerfold has been flattened and is invisible. Map is in Very good condition.

47 x 55 cm (18.5 x 21.6 ")

$ 625.00


"Magnae Graeciae Descriptio"

Historic map showing Southern tally, where antique Greeks began to settle in the 8th century BC. They Greeks brought along with them the Hellenic civilization, which was consequently picked up and further developed by the Romans and which is one of the very important cradles of Western Culture and Civilazation. Of Sicily we see only the northern coastline. The only city shown is Messina. Well defined are the Aeolian Islands (Liparische Inseln). On right side: Coastline of Albania and part of Greece. Bunches of coins and medals are held by angels in the Thyrenian and in the Ionian Sea.

Type of print. Copper etching

Color: Original hand coloring

Author: Samuel Faber (1657-1716)

Publisher: Christoph Weigel (1654-1725)

Published: Nuremberg, ca. 1720

Edition: Weigel re-issued "Atlas Scholastichodoeporicus…" which Faber originally published in 1716.

Condition: Centerfold has been reenforced. Map is spotty in margins. Repairs also in map and margins. Traces of age and use. General condition: Good.

31,3 x 40 cm (ca. 12.3 x 15.7")

$ 340.00

Order Nr. ITALIA239203

"Ora Baiana et Puteolana callidi fontibus portibus et delieiis Romanorum celeberrima ex delineatione…"

Historic and very detailed map of the Gulf of Pozzuoli and of the Gulf of Baia. It includes even Cuma. Map shows all important sites along the shown coast line, which was, in Roman times, a very important area with warm springs and classical villas of wealthy citizens. Plinius the younger observed from Pozzuoli the eruption of Vesuvius in the year 79, which devastated Herculaneum and Pompei. Title cartouche is ordained with depicted Roman coins and medals.

Type of print. Copper etching

Color: Original hand coloring

Author: Samuel Faber (1657-1716)

Publisher: Christoph Weigel (1654-1725)

Published: Nuremberg, ca. 1720

Edition: Weigel re-issued "Atlas Scholastichodoeporicus…" which Faber originally published in 1716.

Condition: Centerfold has been reenforced. Map is spotty in margins. Repairs also in map and margins. Margins have small repairs and water stains well away from image. General condition: Good.

29 x 38 cm (ca. 11.4 x 15")

$ 340.00

Order Nr. ITALIA239202

"Italia media Lectioni Autorum Classicorum inprimis necessaria"

Historic map of the middle section of Italy with the divisions according to various inhabitants and tribes in classical times. Lower left corner with an inset "Urbs Septicollis" Rome with the seven hills it was built on. Coastline of the Tyrrhenian Sea from Roselle (province of Grosseto) to Pompei. There is a small section of the Adriatic Sea at Pescara on this map.

Type of print. Copper etching

Color: Original hand coloring

Author: Samuel Faber (1657-1716)

Publisher: Christoph Weigel (1654-1725)

Published: Nuremberg, ca. 1720

Edition: Weigel re-issued "Atlas Scholastichodoeporicus…" which Faber originally published in 1716.

Condition: Centerfold has been reenforced. Original hand coloring is beautiful. Map is quite spotty in margins. Repairs also in map and margins. In spite of drawbacks condition is still "fairly good"

32,2 x 42,2 cm (ca. 12.7 x 16.6")

Order Nr. ITALIA239201SOLD

„Viaggio da Napoli a Messina". Copper etching from „Itinerario dell'Italia" Vanardi, 1832.

East-oriented map shows various postal and other routes along the Calabrian coast between Napoli and Reggio (strait of Messina). Quite detailed. In the east included are: Foggia, Ordona, Melfi, Potenza, Corigliano. Map also includes Stromboli and Basiluzzo of the Lipari islands. Mileage meters in Italian, French and German miles at bottom.

Clean print showing traces of use. Margins a bit frayed. Several vertical folds to fit book size.

16.5 x 44 cm (6.5 x 17.3")



No title. Map of Southern Italy from Naples southward, including Sicilia, most of Sardinia, Malta and Northern Tunesia. Showing also Pentellaria and Linosa.

Anonymous French copper etching with outline hand coloring. Mileage meter in Italian, Piemontese, Roman and French miles at bottom right.

General age toning, some foxing, some spots. Lower margin narrow. Next to centerfold another fold.

Vertical centerfold. Some light scattered spots, mostly in margins. Although map is showing traces of use, it is still getting favorable grades!

30.4 x 44.9 cm (12 x 17.7")



"Theatrum Belli Sive Novissima Tabula Qua Maxima Pars Danubii et Praesertim Hungaria
Cum Aliis Adiacentibus Regnis, Nec Non Graecia, Morea, El Archipelagi Insulae Accurate"

Copper engraving by Matthaeus Seutter published in Augsburg between 1730.- 1760.

Orignal hand coloring. Strong paper.

Map has light browning on centerfold. Spot in upper left margin and a few light scattered spots.
Small repair on lower centerfold.

Map image: 49.5 x 57.5 cm ( 19.4 x 22.6 ")

$ 580.00

Order Nr. HUNGARYMAP249701

"Carte De L'Ancienne Italie Divisee en XI Regions par Cesar Auguste" Copper engraving for "Histoire Universale" ca 1750.

Map shows the 11 regions of ancient Italy that were divided by Ceasar Augustus. The ancient names are of special interest.

Map has folds to fit book size. Light browning on margin edges.

19 x 18.2 cm ( 7.4 x 7.1 ")

$ 175.00


"Die Neapolitanische Landschaft Principato di Salerno oder Principato Citra oder das Diesddettige Fuerstenthum" Copper etching by Franz Johann Joseph von Reilly ( 1766-1820) in original hand coloring Published ca 1790.

This detailed map shows the region reaching from Amalfi and Nogera in the upper left south to Aciarolla and Rodio in the lower left. In the lower right corner is the Sorgipiano Valley and the towns of Tortorella and Torraca. In the upper right is a detailed inset showing Policastro and surrounding area. On the left side is a detail of Sorrento, Anacapri and surrounding area.

The map has a small repaired tear in the upper left corner. Condition is other wise Almost Very Good.

26 x 33 cm ( 10.2 x 13 ")

$ 220.00


"Isola di Capraia"

Originally a lithography printed in color in the year 1883, this is an offset reprint from the year 1973. Although young, we found it interesting enough, because of its enormous size, its tremendous detail and detailed off shore depth-measures of the sea surrounding the island.

Published by the Hydrographic Institute of the Navy in Genova

A few spots in the right margin. Otherwise fine.

Sheet size 65 x 49.5 cm (25.5 x 19.5")

$ 90.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA238918

"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 ")

$ 70.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA238210

"Ober- und Mittel-Italien"

Steel engraving by Hanemann, Terrsin and Jungmann after H. Habenicht. Dated 1871. Original hand outline coloring.
Small repair in lower margin on vertical centrfold. Very minor signs of age and use.

33 x 40 cm ( 12.9 x 15.7 ")

$ 70.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA237978

"Das meiste von der Lombardey als Meyland, Parma und Piacenzanebst einen grossen Theil derer angrentzenden Laender". Copper engraving by Joh. Georg Schreiber in Leipzig ca 1750. Some minimal original hand coloring.

In the upper center of the map is Chiavenna north of Como Lake. In lower center is Genua and Portofino. The Po River flows in from left center to the right. Milan is in the center of the map. On the right side is detailed geographical information about the map.

The margins are wider than shown. There is a repaired tear in the lower margin reaching to the edge of the image. Some minor spotting in margins. A few very old words written in ink on reverse side.

16 x 24 cm ( 6.2 x 9.4 ")


"Umbria overo Ducato di Spoleto"

Type of print: Copper etching

Color. Original hand coloring

Authors: Peter Schenk and Gerard Valk

Published: Amsterdam, ca. 1700

Condition: Clean. Slightly diagonal fold near centerfold. Minimal traces of age and use.

37,4 x 48 cm (ca. 14.7 x 18.9")

$ 680.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAP238595

"Creta Iovis magni, medio iacet insula ponto"

Hand-colored copper etching from the Atlas: "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" by Abraham Ortelius.

This historic map of the island Crete was publsihed in Antwerp, 1584

Map shows also as insets: Corsica, Sardinia and a group of islands in the Ionian Sea: Kerkyra, Paxi, Lefkada, Kefallonia, Ithaki, Zakynthos.

Map has wide margins. Verso: Text in Latin. Minor traces of age and use like general age toning and minor creasing along centerfold. Basically very good condition.

33.7 x 48.4 cm (13.3 x 19")

$ 720.00

Order Nr. GREECEMAP235138


"Ducato di Ferrara". Copper etching by Peter Schenk sen. (1645 - 1715) and Gerard Valk (1626-1720) in
recent coloring. Amsterdam, ca. 1700.

The yellow part of this map shows the duchy of Ferrara. To the south are Bologna and Ravenna and the
surrounding areas. To the East is the Adriatic Sea. The central waterway is the Po river and its many tributaries.
North of the Po is part of the course of the Adige river. Part of the charm of this map is that so much detail is
given to the rivers which branch out like a cobweb on the map. The title cartouche is flanked by angels bearing
wine and fruit.

Condition: Very Good.

36.8 x 47.3 cm ( 14.5 x 18.6 ")

$ 680.00


"Domino Fiorentino". Copper etching by Ioannes Janssonius (1588-1664). Published ca 1630 in Amsterdam. Original hand coloring.

In the center is the red dot showing the location of Florence. In the upper left is La Spezia in Liguria. The coast reaches as far south as Piombino and Buriano at the lower middle of the map. Above the cartouche is the Chianna River and the Lago Trasimeno - then known as Lake Perugia. In the upper right is part of the Golf of Venice and Rimmini. On the backside is text in Latin about the history of the Duchy of Florence.

Wide margins. Map has overall light age toning. A few scattered spots. Repair in lower margin on centerfold. The general condition is Much Better than Good for a map this age.

38.5 x 49 cm ( 15.1 x 19.2 ")

$ 760.00


Corsicae Antiquae Tabula. Sardiniae Antiquae Tabula

"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. Original outline color.

Hardly visible centerfold. Narrow margins all around. Right margin has been widened. General toning. Minimal foxing.

Size: ca.12 x 12,3 cm (ca.4.7 x 4.8").

$ 140.00


„Descrittione Della Italia"

Copper etching. Published in „Geografia cioe Descrittione Universale della Terra"

Gio. Battista & Giorgio Galignani Fratelli. Venice, 1598

First edition in Italian of Ptolemy prepared by Giovanni Antonio Magini (1555-1617)

Map shows Italy, Corsica, northern parts of Sardinia and Sicily and the Adriatic coast line of Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Albania and Greece south to the Island of Corfu

General age toning. Underneath map accompanying text in Italian. Reverse side has unrelated text print
Map has a repaired tear on righ side of image and margin. Scattered spotting.

Sheet size: Ca. 28 x 18 cm (ca. 11 x 7,1")

Map size: Ca. 12,5 x 17,5 cm (ca. 4.9 x 6.9")

$ 260.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA237939

"Descrittione della Flaminia, o della Romagna - Lombardia, et Marchia Tarvisina"

Tafel XVI (16).

Run of the river Po, the upper Italian Lake District: Lago Maggiore, Lago di Lugano, Lago di Como, Lago d'Iseo, Lago di Garda

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 on 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: Very minor traces of age. Lower part of book page missing

$ 280.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA236713

„Regni Neapolitani Verissima Secundum Antiquorum et Recentiorum Traditionem Descriptio". Copper etching by Pyrrho Ligorio. Published by Abraham Ortelius in his famous atlas „Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Antwerp, 1587. Original hand coloring. Verso: Text in Latin.

This east-oriented map shows southern Italy = The Kingdom of Naples including the eastern tip of Sicily with Messina.

Map has a vertical centerfold. Crease in left image and tiny creases in margins. Overall age toning. Ceterfold has been reinforced. Spot in lower margin. Tiny repairs near centerfold on lower margin edge. Light fraying on margin edges.

36.5 x 49.5 (14.4 x 19.5")

$ 880.00


"Descrittione della Marca d'Ancona già detta il Piceno" Plate XV (15) Die Marken

Type of print: Copper etching

Artist: Girolamo Porro

After: Giovanni Lorenzo d'Anania

Published in: "Geografia cioe Descrittione Universale della Terra"

Publisher: Gio. Battista & Giorgio Galignani Fratelli

First published by: Claudius Ptolemy

Edition: Italian edition

Editor: Giovanni Antonio Magini (1555-1617)

Text: Italian. Complete on front and reverse page

Published in: Venice

Date: 1598


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. Left margin narrow. Very minor traces of age.

$ 270.00

Order Nr. ITALIA236446

Latium Ortelius

"Latium. Ex Conatibus Geographicis Abrah. Otelii Antverp."

The province of Lazio with Rome and its surrounding in Roman times.

Copper etching with very attractive hand coloring.

This map was published in „Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in the „Parergon"

Antwerp, 1595

Three ornamental cartouches: Title, Dedication and View of "Mons Circaeius"

Reverse side: Text in Latin. Edition 1595. Letter „N"

Condition: Near excellent. Wide margins. Upper left and right margin corner have a very faint waterstain. Very collectable item

35,5 x 45,4 cm (ca. 14 x 18")

$ 1030.00

Order Nr. ITALY236466

"Territorio di Pavi, Lodi, Novarra, Tortona, Alessandria et altri vicini dello Stato di Milano". Copper etching by Johann Janssonius, published in Amsterdam ca 1650. Later coloring.

Pavia is located almost in the center of this map, slightly north of the Po river "flowing" from the left side to the right side of the map. The large city in the upper centeral part of the map is Milan. In the west are Vercellin and Casale Monferrato. In the east is the Adda river fllowing into the Po. To the left of the decorative title cartouche is the Trebbia river.

Except for some miniscule scattered spotting and very light browning along centerfold, the overall condition is Very Good.

37.2 x 48.2 cm ( 14.6 x 18.9 ")

$ 600.00


"Italien". Lithograph from the Verlag of G. Flemming in Glogau, ca 1850. Original hand outline coloring.

Map shows Italy as far sout as Civita Vecchia on the west side and Vasto d'Ammone on the east side. In the upper right is a list of 37 mountains in Italy. In the lower left is information about royal and religious divisions of Italy at the time.

Map is very clean. Except for three tiny tears on the right margin edge, the condition is Very Good.

30 x 42 cm ( 11.8 x 16.5 ")

$ 60.00


"Oberitalien". Wood engraving printed in color from Baedeker, ca 1900.

Very detailed map of northern Italy reaching as far south as Sienna and Macerata. Ship and ferry routes are shown.

Map has various folds to fit book size. Very minimal spotting. Right margin is narrower. Tiny repaired tear on right margin edge.

22 x 29.5 cm ( 8.6 x 11.6 ")

$ 60.00


"Contea Principesca Del Tirolo". 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 ")

$ 145.00


"Das Koenigreichs Napoli sud-theil". Copper etching by Gabriel Bodenehr ca 1720. Original outline hand coloring.

Map shows the southern part kingdom of Naples at the time. In the upper left and right corners are ornate coats-of-arms. On the right side is a bit of Greece.

Map is brown spot on vertical centerfold. Very tiny repaired wormhole in map image.

15.8 x 27.2 cm ( 6.2 x 10.7 ")

$ 340.00


"Das Koenigreich Napoli Nord-Theil". Copper etching by Gabriel Bodenehr ca 1720. Original outline hand coloring.

Map shows the northern part kingdom of Naples at the time. In the upper left and right corners are ornate coats-of-arms. In the upper right corner is a bit of Dalmatia. This map reaches as farnorth as Ancona and Gubbio.

Map has light browning along centerfold and on margin edges and some scattered spots in margins.

15.2 x 28.5 cm ( 5.9 x 11.2 ")


Order Nr. ITALIA MAPPA 1465

"Territorio di Orvieto". Copper etching in attractive hand coloring from the "Atlas of Italy" by Giovanni Antonio
Magini (1555-1617). Bologna, 1598.

One of the very enticing maps of this important Italian cartographer of the 16th century. We have to realize that
we are looking at a very well preserved map 400 years of age! It shows, in an almost square format, the Lago
di Bolsena and the famous region of Orvieto, the region i.e. home to one of Italy's excellent wines.
A Renaissance title cartouche, another with dedication and signature and another one yet with a mileage scale
plus an ornamentic way of depicting mountains, forests and cities give this desirable map the touch of antiquity
map lovers cherish so much.

This map has general light toning and ink rests on the plate mark that came about when the copper plate was
pressed on the paper. Small repairs on margin edges. Reverse side is very spotted.
Repair in lower margin on the vertical centerfold. Minor creasing.

32.5 x 51 cm ( 12.9 x 20 ")

$ 740.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA244248


Copper engraving by Joseph Roux from "Recueil des principaux plans des ports et rades de la Mer Mediterranée", ca 1780. Binding holes in left margin.

12.8 x 19.2 cm ( 5 x 7.5 ")

$ 75.00


"Ducatus Mediolani una cum Confinys accurata Tabula exibitus auctus et e medatus." Copper etching by Johann Bapt. Homann, 1723. Original hand coloring.

Milan is in the upper center of this northern Italian map. In the upper left is Salurn and St. Michael on the Adige River. In the upper left is Brig and Arnen in Switzerland. In the lower left is Mondovi. Modena and Torricella are in the lower right. In the lower right is a decorative cartouche with cherubs and two young men.

Map has a vertical centerfold. Light creasing at bottom of map near centerfold. Light browning on margin edges and a few scattered spots in margins.

47 x 58 cm ( 18.5 x 22.8 ")

$ 645.00


"Ischia Isola, olim Ænaria". Copper etching by Iulius Iasolinus for Johann and Cornelius Blaeu , ca 1640. Original hand coloring.

This very decorative map of Ischia is northwest-oriented. Notice the interesting topographical details. Historical sailing vessels sail in the Canale di Procida. The promontory at the bottom of the map is Cuma. The town of Ischia is shown on a promontory on the left of the island. Verso: Text in German.

Map has overall light age browning.Vertical centerfold.

37.5 x 47.5 cm ( 14.7 x 18.7 ")

$ 1400.00


"Riuiera Di Genova Da Ponente". Copper engraving by Giovanni Antonio Maginin (1555-1617) dedicated to Gio. Battista Grimaldi, dated 1613. Original hand coloring.

Very detailed map showing the Ligurian coast From Nice to Genua. In the center of the map is Cuneo in Piemont. Turin is on the upper center of the map. In the upper right is Bettole and Serravalle.

Map has vertical centerfold that has been reinforced. Some small repaired wormtracks along centerfold. A few tiny wormholes in lower map. Some light scattered spots in margins. Small, light crease in left margin.

38 x 46.5 cm ( 14.9 x 18.3 ")

$ 620.00


"Nova Et Accurata Ducatus Venetiani, Mediolani, Genevae, Mantuae, Et Finitimorum Principatuum Delineatio". Copper etching by Matthaeus Merian ( 1593-1650). Published ca 1650. Modern hand coloring.

Map shows northern Italy and the bordering countries. It reaches as far south as Cortona and Nocera. Notice the very decorative coats-of-arms at the top of the map. The map is very detailed.

Some spotting on upper margin edge. Tiny repaired tear in lower margin on centerfold. General condition is Almost Very Good.

26.5 x 35.2 cm ( 10.4 x 13.8 ")

$ 390.00


„Status Parmensis sive Ducatus Parmensis et Piacentinus...". Map of Parma and surroundings.

Copper etching from the atlas by Homann Heirs. Original hand coloring. Nuremberg, dated 1731.

City plans of Parma (left) and Piacenza (right). Baroque figure title cartouche

General age toning. Some insignificant fraying on edges. Left side of map has barely visible crease. Vertical centerfold.

48 x 56.6 cm (18.9 x 22.3")

$ 580.00


"Compartimento Fiorentino". Copper etching by V. Stanghi after G. Pozzi for the "Atlante Geographico dell'Italia", ca 1820. Origininal hand coloring.

In the center of the map is Florence surrounded by part of Tuscany. In the upper left of the map is the Lima River and Cutiigliano. In the lower left of the map is the Cecina River and Monte Catini and Guardistallo. Located on the piece going over the outline in the east are Sarsina, Sorbano, Apozzo and Montecoronaro. At the top of the map are detailed town plans of Samminiato on the left, Modigliana in the center and Volterra on the right. The town plans at the bottom are Pistoia in the lower left, Prato in the center and Pescia in the lower right.

Map has a few, scattered light spots, mainly in margins. Small crease in lower left. General condition is otherwise Much Better than Good.

52 x 33.5 cm ( 20.4 x 13.1 ")

$ 425.00



"Ober und Mittel Italien unter den Hohenstaufen" Copper engraving by C. Poppey dated 1836. From Spruner‘s Atlas Nr. 6. Original hand outline coloring.

Very detailed map that shows the area controlled by the Hohenstaufen. In the lower left corner is a detailed inset titled " Das Gebiet von Mayland" . Milan (here named Mediolanum) is in the center of the inset.

Small paper repair on right margin edge.. Very minor spotting in margins.

34 x 37.5 " ( 13.3 x 14.7 ")

$ 180.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA235022

Uebersichtskarte von Ober-Italien. Wood engraving dated 1866.

Interesting map of northern Italy and Switzerland that shows some of the major transportation routes.

Reverse side is printed. Clean map.

24 x 34.5 cm ( 9.4 x 13.5 ")

$ 45.00


"La Lombardie, Le Duché De Toscanne L'Etat Du St. Siege, Et L'Isle De Corse." Copper etching by E. Dussy for the atlas of Giles Robert Vaugondy ( 1688-1766). Published ca 1760. Original outline coloring.

This map shows northern Italy as far south as Terracina and the Pescara river. Notice that it included the region of Savoy in the northwest and Istria in the northeast at that time.

Map has wide left and right margins. Lower right margin corner has a crease. Rubbing on lower part of centerfold. General condition is Almost Very Good.

24 x 28.7 cm ( 9.4 x 11.2 ")

$ 125.00

Order Nr. ITALIAMAPPA 1387

"Porto Ferajo". Copper engraving by Luffman dated 1800.

Porto Ferraio and bay on the island of Elba.

Wide margins. Clean.

11 x 15.5 cm ( 4.3 x 6.1 ")

$ 120.00


„Italia Inferior". (Southern Italy.) Steel engraving with original outline coloring. From „Zeitungs-Atlas fuer alte und neue Erdkunde". Published by J. Meyer. Hildburghausen, Amsterdam and New York. Ca. 1850. Original outline coloring.

Map shows southern Italy from Naples southwards, Sicily, Sardinia, Malta, Lapadusa, the coast of Tunesia.

General age toning. Good condition.

19 x 24.6 cm (7.5 x 9.7")



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