This is an original rare antique map by Thomas Jeffreys, Geographer to His Royal Highness, George III. It is printed on one side only and is perfect for framing. This is an original antique, 246 years old.
1685 Mallet Map - Royaume de Bourgogne. It contains numerous decorative maps, views, portraits etc. which are the best source of reasonably priced material for the collector of early illustrated material.
Philip Galle was the first to produce an 'epitome', or miniature version, in 1577 but others followed including the Arsenius brothers. This map of the central French region of Anjou is dominated by the River Loire.
Coloured copper engraving by Thornton from Millar, c. 1780. For sale is a beautifully hand-colored engraving by Thornton from "Millar's New Complete Universal System of Geography". Fine total view of Constantinople / Istanbul.
A very rare original copper engraved map of Asia minor (Turkey & also Syria). Antiqua Asia Minoris & Tabula. by Edward Wells. Map title Map has is in very good condition for age. Some light marginal browning, lower map margin is just off the edge of the page.
Date of issue: 1904. This original antique map gives you an opportunity to examine in exquisite detail a piece of history. Once matted and framed, this map would make a perfect gift for a family member or friend they'll cherish forever.
Antique map. Reverse Side:TEXT. We love what we do, and are always trying to provide the best service possible. If there’s something we don’t have, just ask we might be able to find it for You. The print was folded inside the book and has original centrefold.
The cities and towns of Grenoble, Lyon, Valence, Chambery and Briancon are on this map. Scores of other villages, abbeys and towns abound. Beautifully printed from engraved copper plates on hand made paper.
Per NICOLAUM VISSCHER. Some age toning at the lower end of the central folding line. Reinforcement paper strip at the end of the central folding line. Otherwise excellent condition. Very large size with 2 folding lines: 78 x 53 cm.
Nicolas Tassin was a French mapmaker, originally from Dijon, who set up in Paris after being appointed 'geographe ordinaire du roi'. This was later expanded to include northern Spain and even maps of the world.
O Tool Petits Plunket Plunkett Poer Preston Purcel Roche Rochford Sansfield Sherlock Sligo St Laurence. SURNAMES ARE SHOWN ON THIS MAP ! Some of the surnames found on the map (various spellings) include.
Classic Antique Original 1550 Munster Map of "Historic View of Switzerland." in great condition. From the farm to Chur done with original woodcut about year of 1550 from the Cosmographia of Sebastian Münster.
Very finely detailed period map of these areas, I see Circassia, huge Ukraine, New Russia, Asoph, Astrachan, Belgorod, Woronetz, Russia Minor, Poland at left, Kasan and much more. The map is in very nice condition and would frame and display beautifully.
Placenames are typically presented in German form e.g. Breslau for Wroclaw - to get a sense of map detail consider that the distance from Breslau (Wroclaw) to Glogaw (Glogow) as seen in the enlarged photo below measures just 10 cm actual size.
(Cosmographia Universalis- Luneberg Germany- Lower Saxony- panoramic city view). Issued circa 1552-58, Basel, Switzerland by Sebastian Munster- Latin text edition [4 diff. printings during the 1550's for the Latin text edition, but most certainly 1550's].
Printed 1853, Gotha, Germany by Perthes. An interesting antique printed map that any collector, dealer, institution or person of taste would be happy to own or display. Very detailed and precisely engraved old German map made in the 19th century.