Antique Maps of Serbia
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„La Croazia, Bosnia, E Servia Di nuova Projezione"
Shows the Dalmatian coast from Istria to Dubrovnic, then away from the coast to Dmitrovgrad (Zaribrod) in Serbia
Copper etching by Antonio Zatta. Original hand coloring
Venise (Venezia, Venedig). Dated 1781
Condition: Very good. Wide margins
31 x 40,5 cm (ca. 12,.2 x 16")
Order Nr. CROATIA238310SOLD
„Die Europaeische Tuerkei, Croatien, Herzegovina, Serbien, Bosnien und das Land der Montenegriner". (European Turkey.) Steel etching by Remer. Original borderline coloring. Published 1849 in Hildburghausen,Amsterdam and Philadelphia.
Two insets: Surrounding of Sarajevo and surrounding of Belgrade. Map shows the Balkan countries with their respective borders as European Turkey in 1849. In the lower left is a circular inset of Belgrade and surrounding area. In the upper right is an inset showing Sarajevo and surrounding area. The Coast reaches as far south as Alessio in Albania. In the upper right under the inset is a bit of the Danube river by Orsova and Widin. In the upper left is a bit of the Glina river.
Some slight insignificant foxing.
18.3 x 24.5 cm (7.2 x 10")
Order Nr. SERBIAMAP2434
"Bosnie, Servie, Valachie"
Line lithograph map published in Paris in 1879.
Map has three vertical folds to fit book size. Very light toning on centerfold.
18.1 x 22.9 cm ( 7.1 x 9 ")
Order Nr. BALKANMAP234971
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
"Sclavonia, Croatia, Bosnia cum Dalmatiae Parte ". Copper engraving by Gerard Mercator (1512-1594) in original coloring. Duiburg, ca. 1600.
The western part of the Balkan is the area of focus on this map. In the lower left corner is the upper part of The Adriatic Sea with its many islands. The rivers Drau and Sava flow from west to east into the Danube river. To the far right is the city of Belgrade. Verso: Text in Spanish.
General browning, centerfold in lower margin is repaired, the edges on the wide margins are faulty, a small piece from the upper margin is missing. A crease goes from the lower right margin into the image. Condition: Good.
35.5 x 46 cm ( 14 x 18.1 ")
Order Nr. SLOVENIA MAP 2410
„Kriechisch Wyssenburg" (Belgrade).
Woodcut from the Cosmographia by Sebastian Muenster. Basel, 1550.
The German name for Belgrade in the 16th century was „Griechisch Wyssenburg" (Greek Weissenburg). The woodcut shows the city of Belgrade at the the junction of the river Sawe and the Danube during the besiegement by the Turks in 1521.
General age toning. Text in German. Lower part of text missing. Nice, good impression.
11.3 x 15.5 (4.5 x 6.1").
Order Nr. SERBIA MAP 2436
"Moesiae et Daciae, Tabula Contiens una Poloniam, Russiam nigram, etc.". 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 concentrates on the ancient regions of Moesia and Daccia. In the northwest is Cassubia and Pomerania. To the southwest is then Poland, Hungary,Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia and ancient Illyris. The green area in the north is Black Russia. Further south is Romania and Bulgaria with a small bit of the Black Sea to be seen in the southeast.
Order Nr. SERBIAMAP1031
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 ")
Steel engraving by Lemaitre after Salvador Cherubini ca 1840.
10 x 14.8 cm ( 3.9 x 5.8 ")
" Die Europaeische Tuerkei" Steel engraving after H. Habenicht for Stieler dated 1870. Original outline coloring.
In the north is a part of Slovenia and Romania (Siebenburgen). In the upper right corner is Moldavia. Further south is Bosnia, Serbia and southern Romania. In the central part is Montenegro colored pink on the left and Bulgaria on the right. Part of the black Sea is n the right edge of the map. In the lower center is Macedonia. On the lower left are two insets. The upper one shows the Maramara Sea, Bosporus and a bit of the Black Sea. The lower inset is a very detailed plan of the Bosporus.
Map has a small repair on centerfold in lower margin.
33.5 x 43 cm ( 13.1 x 16.9 ")
Order Nr. BULGARIAMAP235800
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