|ORTELIUS, A. - Indiae Orientalis, Insularumque Adiacientium Typus.|
Antwerp, 1612, Original colours.. 350x500mm. Paper very slightly age toned, the condition is in general very good with a dark impression and good margins. The original colour is striking and the map is full of character.
From the 1612 edition of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", the first modern Atlas. French text on verso.
A fine map showing India, China and New Guinea with many points of interest: the map includes Beach and other information drawn from Marco Polo.
The map also includes a portion of t... (Go to Item Page)
|JANSSONIUS, J. / HONDIUS, H. - India quae Orientalis dicitur, et Insulae adiacentes.|
Amsterdam, 1640, In attractive strong original colours.. 393x489mm. Printed on heavy paper. Some very light offsetting of colours, but overall in very fine condition. German text on verso.
A fine map of South East Asia, extending from India to Tibet to Japan to New Guinea. Formosa appears on this map, and even parts of Japan and Australia are seen. A handsome map in the typically baroque Dutch style.
Noteworthy for being the second map to include the discoveries made in New Guine... (Go to Item Page)
|JANSSONIUS, J. - Indiae Orientalis nova descriptio.|
Amsterdam, 1645, In attractive strong original colours.. 390x500mm. Printed on heavy paper. Some very light offsetting of colours, but overall in very fine condition. German text on verso.
An important map of South East Asia, noteworthy for being amongst the first maps to include any information on the discoveries made by the Dutch vessel Duyfkens in New Guinea and the Gulf of Carpentaria in 1605-6.
The map also includes Malaysia, Vietnam, the East India Islands, Philippin... (Go to Item Page)
|CLUVER, P - India Orientalis Nova.|
Amsterdam, 1659, Uncoloured.. 118x123mm. Upper, left and right margins cut close as issued. Left scale border shaved. For the rest in good condition. Dark impression.
Charming uncommon miniature map showing the northern two-thirds of Australia pre-discoveries by Captain Cook, but showing discoveries by Abel Tasman in 1642. The map shows Australia and South East Asia. In upper right corner parts of Korea and Japan, Philippines with good detail.
From "Philippi ... (Go to Item Page)
|VAN DER AA, P. - D'Indiaanze Landschappen, Zeen en Eylanden, van Couchin Af, tot in de Moluccos, En na by Gelegen Eylanden, Door Antionio Galvaon Besyevend.|
Leiden, 1707, Coloured.. 152x220mm. Left margin cut close as issued. Vertical foldings. Generally in very fine condition.
Map of Southeast Asia with India, Malacca, Philippines, Indonesia, Formosa, etc. Lower left a fine title cartouche showing a naval battle and a siege of a town.
The map was used to illustrate the Dutch Translation of the Account of Nuno da Cunha in the region. Nuno da Cunha was a governor of th... (Go to Item Page)
|[DAMPIER, W.] - Voyage du Cap.e Dampier, A la N.Hollande &c en 1699 &c. |
Rouen, 1715, Uncoloured.. 170x285mm. A good example. Folds as issued. Some toning. Bottom right margin tight.
Uncommon map of the route of Captain William Dampier on the HMS Roebuck. He sailed to Australia, Timor, New Guinea, and discovered New Britain. Australia is shown with unfinished coastlines. With strangely shaped Philippines, Japan, Korea, and a suspected landmass in the northeast.
This map co... (Go to Item Page)
|DE FER, N. - Les Indes orientales sous le nom desqueles est compris l'empire du Grand Mogol, . .|
Paris (1709) 1721, Original colours.. 620x460mm. In very good condition, with two small repaired holes in the margin (well away from the printed area). A further very small paper repair in 'Pondicheri'. Seldom seen on the market.
Full title: 'Les Indes orientales sous le nom desqueles est compris l'empire du Grand Mogol, les deux presqu'isles deça et dela le Gange, les Maldives et l'isle de Ceylan à quoi quelque uns joignent encore les Grandes isles de la Sonde qui sont Sumatra, Java, et Borneo, les Philippines et les Molu... (Go to Item Page)
|TIRION, I. - Nieuwe kaart van de Filippynsche, Ladrones, Moluccos of Specery Eilanden als mede Celebes etc.|
Amsterdam, 1740, Original colours.. 284x330mm. In attractive original colours. Mint condition.
Shows the western islands of the archipelago, Borneo, Java and Sumatra, up to and including New Guinea. With very good detail to Philippines.
Read more Early maps of South East Asia [+]... (Go to Item Page)
|ROBERT DE VAUGONDY - Archipel Des Indes Orientales, qui comprend Les Isles De La Sonde.. Philippines..|
Paris, 1750, In original o/l colours.. 480x588mm. Good condition.
An attractive and detailed view of the Indonesian islands in large format and Malacca and Southern China to the Philippines, New Guinea and Northern Australia. Includes a large inset of the Marianas.
Decorative title cartouche with the date 1750.
The Atlas Universel of Gilles... (Go to Item Page)
|D'APRES DE MANNEVILLETTE. - Le Neptune Oriental ou routier general des Cotes des Indes orientales et de la Chine. . .|
Paris, Demonville & Brest, Malassis, 1775, Uncoloured.. 550x430mm. Large folio. Size of book block 550 x 430mm. Double page charts generally 660 x 490mm. for the engraved area. Contemp. gilted motted calf, restored spine. With 63 engraved charts. On thick paper, a few charts in the last part with very light marginal waterstains sometime running into the engraved area.
The second, much enlarged, edition of the important French Sea Atlas of the Red Sea, India, the East Indies... (Go to Item Page)
|LATTRÉ / BONNE, R. - Les Indes Orientales et leur Archipel. . .|
Paris, ca 1783, In original colours.. 315x450mm. Paper slightly age toned, with good margins. Good impression.
General map of Indonesia, extending from India to the Philippines and New Guinea.
Ornated with a decorative title cartouche. Boundaries outlined in hand colour.
From theAtlas moderne ou collection de cartes sur toutes les parties du globe terrestre...
Rigobert Bonne (1727-1795 ... (Go to Item Page)
|SANTINI, P. / REMONDINI, M. - L'Asie divisée en ses principaux Etats..|
Venice, 1776 - 1784, In original o/l colours.. 468x647mm. A fine copy.
Finely and crisply engraved map of Asia, decorated with an ornamental title cartouche in the lower left corner.
The map is of interest for the use of Mer de Corée
for the sea between Korea and Japan.
Further noteworthy topographical ... (Go to Item Page)
|LAPIE, P. - Océanique Occidentale.|
Paris, 1809/1812, In original colours.. 221x295mm. Some brown spotting, generally in good condition.
Showing Indonesia, with good detail on the Philippines. Engraved by Chamouin and prepared by Giraldon. Nice title cartouche with octopus sea creatures.
From Conrad Malte-Brun's Atlas complet du Precis de la Geographie Universelle.
Lapie's map features an attractive vignette of a boat - bas... (Go to Item Page)
|LONDON ADMIRALTY. - St Bernardino Strait and Parts Adjacent.|
London, 1859, Uncoloured.. 633x980mm. Paper age toned, a few minor light brown spots and marginal tears.
Philippines chart, with Manilla Bay in upper left corner. Published by the Hydrographic Office of the Admiralty in London. Sold by J. Potter, London, who was the agent for the London Admiralty Charts. Engravings by J. & C. Walker.
The charts published by the Hydrographic Office of the Admiralt... (Go to Item Page)
|RAND-McNALLY - Philippine Islands.|
Chicago, 1895, Original printed colours.. 665x495mm. In fine condition with centerfold as issued,
Nice chromolithograph map of the Philippines, extending from the Bashee Channel and the southern tip of Formosa and Hong Kong to North Borneo and the Celebes Sea. Includes a large double inset of area around Manila, with a key identifying cities and islands along the right side of the map.
Mor... (Go to Item Page)
|GEORGE PHILIP & SON, LTD. - East Indies. (Malay, or East Indian Archipelago with Burma & Siam)|
London, ca. 1930, In original printed colours.. 505x607mm. In very good condition. Good colour, decent margins. In its original wrappers with 25pp. index of names. Wrapper 190 x 100mm. With sellers label "Sifton, Praed & Co., Ltd."
Folding map of the East Indies, Indonesia, Indochina, Thailand, Burma, the Malay Peninsula, Borneo, the Philippines, Sumatra, Java, Celebes.
Sifton, Praed & Co., Ltd. was one of the oldest London map sellers and stationers, active in 67 St.James's Street, and now a days owners of the antiq... (Go to Item Page)
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