Genuine Antique map "Orbis Descriptio" by Ruscelli, Venice, 1561. Very early copperplate engraved map of the world in two hemispheres. 'Hyperboret' covers much of the north polar region. Published in Venice.
This bold, uncolored, copperplate map illustrates the northernmost part of Germany between the German Ocean and the Baltic Sea and North to Denmark. There is nice detail of the Albis River and coastlines with associates islands.
This charming 409 year old miniature copperplate map of France shows detail of the area around Besancon. Cities are illustrated with castles, mountains drawn as individual mounds. North is to the left on this map.
This charming 409 year old miniature copperplate map of Germany and Poland shows waterways and cities on the Baltic Sea. Cities are illustrated with castles, forests are drawn as individual trees and seas are stippled.
Beautiful original engraving. Caricature representation of King George IV in elegant clothes. King George IV, portrayed in a flattering manner. He originally opposed the Emancipation Bill, but was later to be encouraged by Wellington to accept it.
Impression is hand colored in outline and printed on sturdy paper with full margins. This attractive map shows nice detail of coastlines, islands, mountain ranges, and waterways of the eastern and western hemispheres as known or imagined in the early 1800s.
Beautiful hand colored map of Central France by Antonio Zatta, Venice, 1776. This copperplate image is printed on fine Italian paper with full margins. An truly attractive map, in very good condition with only faint age toning.
CLASH OF ROOSTERS WITH THE ETRUSCANS AND DEFEAT OF THESE IN THE VICINITY OF FLORENCE. Animated depiction of the clash between the Gauls and the Etruscans near Florence. Taken from a drawing by Carlo Botticelli and a watercolor by Paolo Fumagalli.
Genuine antique map "Colton's Dominion of Canada #1 the Provinces of Quebec & New Brunswick",fromColton's General Atlas, published by G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co, #172 William St, New York.The counties of Quebec and New Brunswick are highlighted with original hand coloring and map is surrounded by Colton's signature intertwining border.Center fold as issued.
This charming 409 year old miniature copperplate map of Germany and Poland shows waterways and cities in the areas around Franckfurt, Preslau and Crakou. Cities are illustrated with castles, mountains drawn as individual mounds and forests as single trees.
Johnson’s map of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Original hand coloring and hand outlining. Steel plate engraved map.From Johnson’s New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World, 1863. A classic atlas from the mid-Civil War period from the United States, first edition 1860 (mainly Colton derived).
To this call. See in the list under Nr597 Earth - political (KT29) 1.-11 image. Maß plus 20 cm for the rods note length looking left and right, Total height most 2. Maß plus 5 cm for both rods together.
THE PENITENT MAGDALENE. Beautiful engraving original from coeval copper plate: from a painting by Andrea Vaccaro, designed by Luigi Angelini and engraved by Francesco Pisante. Slight, suffused and insignificant brownings at the white margins.
This wall mountable atlas is constructed of solid rosewood with masterful brass inlay. They are all dated 1840 and reflect the most recent geography. Condition: Very good. Small piece of top molding missing, upper left side.
Copper plan in Bird's Eye View (1650). From: Francesco Scotti (Scoto) "Itinerario overo nuova descrittione de'viaggi principali d'Italia". Remarks: Copper engraving plan of Luca in bird's-eye view with fortification.
Homann: Original Altkol. Copperplate Map France Paris; 1741. HOMANN heirs: Regni Galliae seu Franciae et Navarrae Tabula Geographica. Nuremberg, Homann heirs, 1741. Altkolorierte Kupferstich card after G. de l' Isle, image size 47 x 55 cm, paper size54 x 63 cm.
This charming copperplate map is boldly printed yet displays details of Mount Sinai, Mt Oreb, and the chapelle and convent of St Catherine. Insets at the top of the image illustrate details of the convent and chapel.
Genuine, antique map of the Eastern Hemisphere from Bradford's Comprehensive Atlas printed in Boston in 1835. Original hand coloring outlines continents and islands. This attractive copperplate map shows the "Russian Empire", "Chinese Tartary", Australia as "New Holland", and nice detail of coastlines. Map is in good condition with only minor age toning. Measures 8 3/4"x 8".<br><br>NOT A REPRODUCTION. All of our items are genuine antiques as described.<br>
A third map illustrates the Nile River delta embellished with pyramids. Seas are stippled and shaded. Mountain ranges drawn as individual mounds. This interesting map is in very good condition and fun to study.