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Portraits / Figures
Francis Delaram - William Richardson, Will Sommers King Heneryes Jester., antique map, old maps Francis Delaram - William Richardson - Will Sommers King Heneryes Jester.
London, 1798, Uncoloured as published.. 245x140mm. Printed on stiff paper with a buff appearance, worm holes on the right hand side, otherwise in good condition
William 'Will' Sommers was the best-known court jester of King Henry VIII of England. Francis Delaram first published this engraving between 1615 and 1624 this edition was published as per inscription, April 2nd 1798 by William Richardson of York House, No 31 Strand, London. ... (Click on title or image to go to item page)
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Globes / Instruments
MALLET,A.M.,  Fig. 2. [ print depicting three armillary spheres], antique map, old maps MALLET,A.M. - Fig. 2. [ print depicting three armillary spheres]
Frankfurt, 684, Uncoloured.. 144x100mm. Some brown spotting along the margins, namely the upper margin. Good condition.
Appealing print depicting three armillary spheres.
From the German text edition of Description d'Univers.. (5 volumes), 1683. By Allain Manneson Mallet (1630-1706), a well travelled military engineer and geographer who worked in 17th century France under King Louis XIV....
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MALLET, A.M.,  DE LA SPHERE. Figure III. 7, antique map, old maps MALLET, A.M. - DE LA SPHERE. Figure III. 7
Paris, 1683, Uncoloured.. 144x100mm. Some age-toning of paper. Else very good condition.
Appealing print focused on an armillary sphere. The latter is surmounted by a cartouche containing some angles in a circle.
From the French text edition of Description d'Univers.. (5 volumes), 1683. By Allain Manneson Mallet (1630-1706), a well travelled military engineer and geographer ...
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MALLET, A.M.,  Des Colures - Von denen Coluren., antique map, old maps MALLET, A.M. - Des Colures - Von denen Coluren.
Frankfurt, 1684, Uncoloured.. 153x106mm. In very good condition. Dark impression.
Appealing print of an armillary sphere.
From the German text edition of Description d'Univers.. (5 volumes), 1683. By Allain Manneson Mallet (1630-1706), a well travelled military engineer and geographer who worked in 17th century France under King Louis XIV....
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Topographical
PERELLE, G., Veue et Perspective du Parterre du Palais d'Orleans., antique map, old maps PERELLE, G. - Veue et Perspective du Parterre du Palais d'Orleans.
Paris , 1640, Coloured.. 125x245mm. Paper slightly age toned. In good condition.
Delecate copper engraving of the grounds around Orleans Palace. It demonstrates the symmetry of the gardens.

Gabriel Perelle (1604 - 1677)was a French draftsman and printmaker of topographic views and landscapes. A pupil of Simon Vouet, Perelle specialized in classical landscapes not diss...
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Prints depicting instruments
ANONYMOUS, Sphaera Armillaris., antique map, old maps ANONYMOUS - Sphaera Armillaris.
London, ca. 1790, Coloured.. 295x450mm. In good condition, folding as issued.
Fine example of a Ptolemaic armillary sphere. The central terrestrial globe (labeled Terra) is surrounded by Arctic and Antarctic circles, Cancer and Capricorn tropical circles, and the equatorial circle -- all inside a zodiac band; these in turn are set within a calibrated meridian and a horizon ba... (Click on title or image to go to item page)
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