|ORTELIUS, A. - Prussiae descriptio. . .|
Antwerp, 1598, Coloured.. 304x195mm. French text on the verso. Wide margins and a strong and dark impression. In fine condition.
Fine map of Ortelius' first map of Prussia, with a striking cartouche and two sailing ships, showing part of present day Poland.
The map was prepared by Caspar Henneberger.... (Go to Item Page)
|ORTELIUS, A. - Poloniae, Lituaniaeq descriptio.|
Antwerp, 1598, Coloured.. 369x481mm. French text on the verso. Wide margins and a strong and dark impression. In fine condition.
Fine general map of Poland. Rare, the second plate appearing in post-1595 edition of the Theatrum. Only used until 1612. Based on the now lost map of Waclaw Grodecki. Shows the Polish kingdom near its greatest territorial limits, stretching south to the borders of the Black Sea and well into present... (Go to Item Page)
|JANSSON, J. - Tabula Europae IIII.|
Amsterdam, 1617, Uncolored. 135x173mm. Very good dark impression. Some age-toning and staining.
A fine Ptolemaic map, probably from the Jansson/Magini atlas of 1617. It extends from Denmark until the Danube, and from the Rhine until the Vistula river in Poland. Latin text on verso.... (Go to Item Page)
|JANSSON, J. - Tabula Europae VIII.|
Amsterdam, 1617, Uncolored. 133x173mm. Very good dark impression. Some light age-toning and staining.
A fine Ptolemaic map, probably from the Jansson/Magini atlas of 1617. It shows the Baltic Sea, Poland, Ukraine, until Crimea and the Black Sea. Latin text on verso.... (Go to Item Page)
|Mercator, G. / Hondius, H. - Germania.|
Amsterdam, 1623, Original colours. 355 x485mm. Good condition; vivid colours; professionally reinforced folding line.
An attractive map of Germany and Poland, embellished with a fine title-cartouche, by Gerard Mercator and Henricus Hondius.
From the "Atlas sive cosmographicae meditationes de fabrica mundi et fabricati figura" Edition Quinta, 1623.
Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612), was the founder of the Hondiu... (Go to Item Page)
|MERCATOR, G. / CLOPPENBURGH, J.E. - Prussia.|
Amsterdam, 1630, Coloured.. 190x250mm. Good and dark impression, paper slightly browned. Else very good condition. French text on verso.
An attractive, detailed and early map of present-day Poland and Lithuania. From the Cloppenburg edition slightly larger format and more scarce edition of the Mercator/Hondius "Atlas Minor". Engraved by Pieter Van Den Keere.
The Cloppenburg edition was continued for a couple of years but seems t... (Go to Item Page)
|CLOPPENBURGH, E. - Germaniae Nova ac Accurata Descriptio.|
Amsterdam, 1642, Coloured.. 452x559mm. Upper margin cut close on neat line and remargined. Several foldings, as issued. In very good condition.
This "carte à figures"- map covers the Low Countries, Germany, Poland, Switzerland and Austria. Overall a very good copy of this excellently engraved, uncommon map of Germany with its decorative and fascinating paneled borders. It is topped by eight magnificent... (Go to Item Page)
|DANCKWERTH, C. - Germania Antiqua Australis...|
Unknown, ca. 1652, Colored. xmm. A very good and dark impression. With toning and faint offsetting. Central fold with closed splits. Side margins cut until border line and remargined.
A scarce map of central Europe with the ancient place names. Extends from modern day France until Poland, and from Denmark until Switzerland.
Includes two decorative title cartouches and some nice hand colouring. Engraved by Christian Rothgießer.... (Go to Item Page)
|SANSON, N./ MARIETTE, P. - Empire d'Allemagne, divisé en ses dix Cercles … Royaume de Boheme…|
Paris, 1665, In original o/l colours.. 400x520mm. Good and dark impression. Brown spot in lower right corner.
Covering Germany, Low Countries, Poland, Switzerland, Austria and Czech Republic.
Nicolas Sanson was to bring about the rise of French cartography, although the fierce competition of the Dutch would last until the end of the century.
His success was partly owing to the partners... (Go to Item Page)
|ROSSI,G. G. - Stati della Corona di Polonia Divisa nella sue Principali Provincie e Palatinati da Guglielmo Sansone. . .|
Rome, 1678, In original colours.. 423x560mm. A good and dark impression. On verso an extensive description in brown pen and ink about Poland. Rare to find in original colours.
Rare map of Poland, Lithuania and the Ukraine. Copies of his first edition of 'Mercurio Geografico', published in 1674, do not contain a map of Poland. Only added in later editions of the atlas. Dated 1678. The engraver was Giorgio Widman who copied the map from Sanson.
Showing the Polish-Li... (Go to Item Page)
|JANSSONIUS VAN WAESBERGHE - Typus Generalis Ukrainae sive Palatinatuum Podoliae, Kioviensis et Braczlaviensis terras nova delineatione exhibens. . .|
Oxford, 1680, Coloured.. 417x532mm. Very good condition of this important map.
Key map based on Guillaume La Vasseur de Beauplan's map of the region published in "Description d'Ukraine". The work described Ukraine as several provinces of the Kingdom of Poland lying between the borders of Muscovy and the frontiers of Transylvania.
It is one of the earliest maps to include... (Go to Item Page)
|JOLLAIN, F. - Carte générale d'Alemagne divisée par les cercles ou provinces d'icelle.|
Paris, 1689, In original o/l colours.. 370x472mm. Paper slightly age toned. Some vertical wrinkling's along center fold.
Rare and detailed map of Germany, Poland and Austria, engraved by H. le Roy in 1643 or 1666 for Jacques L'Agniet. Published by François Jollain (ca. 1641 – 18 April 1704). The publishing house Jollain bought the copper plate and changed the address on the plate. Jollain was a family of French engrav... (Go to Item Page)
|VISSCHER, N. - Tabula nova totius regni Poloniae. . .|
Amsterdam, 1690, In original colours.. 420x555mm. Some marginal discolouration. Good and dark impression.
Map of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus and Ukraine with decorative cartouche in the upper left corner.
Published by Nicolaas Visscher after N. Sanson.... (Go to Item Page)
|DAHLBERG / PUFENDORF. - Ichnogrphia Nakscoviae.|
Sweden, 1697, Coloured.. 250x320mm. In goode condition with centerfold as issued.
Fine decorative map from Samuel Pufendorfs large description of the Swedish King Karl X Gustav's campaign in Poland, Germany and Denmark in the years 1655-1660.
Erik Dahlberg (1625-1703), Swedish weapons master and fortifications expert. He is especially known for major work on the old... (Go to Item Page)
|DE WIT, F. - Ducatus Prussiae tam Polono Regiae. . .|
Amsterdam, 1698, In attractive strong original colours.. 453x580mm. A good and dark impression. Printed on heavy paper. Heightened with gold and silver.
Rare issue of Frederick de Wit's attractive map of northern part of Poland, Prussia and the Baltic regions.
Very decorative title cartouche including 3 coats of arms. Second edition with privilege.
While a map of a similar title by Justus Danckerts occasionally appears on the market, this... (Go to Item Page)
|DE FER, N. - Estats..de Dannemark, Suede, et Pologne..|
Paris, 1705, In original o/l colours.. 440x350mm. Paper slightly age toned. Margins cut short.
Rare map of Poland, Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. Engraved by H.van Loon. Upper left hand corner fine title cartouche and inset map of the island H.van, etc.
Also showing the ruins of Tycho Brahe's famous observatory Uraniborg, established in 1576, under the patronage o... (Go to Item Page)
|CHIQUET, J. - Les Estats de la Couronne de Pologne.|
Paris, 1719, Original o/l colour.. 165x222mm. A good and dark impression. Paper slightly marginal age-toning.
Lovely small map of Poland with title cartouche and a panel in the upper right corner listing local rulers.
From Le Nouveau et Curieux Atlas Geographique et Historique.. by Jacques Chiquet.... (Go to Item Page)
|VAN DER AA, P. / OLEARIUS, A. - Elbing. (Elblag in Northern Poland)|
Leiden, 1719, Uncoloured.. 254x346mm. Paper very slightly age toned but generally in fine condition. Dark impression.
Decorative view of the town of Elblag in Northern Poland. This well executed engraving was published in 1729 and 1727 by Pieter van der AA, in Leiden in "Les Voyages tres-curieux et tres-renommez faits en Moscovie, Tartarie et Perse."
Adam Olearius (24 September 1599 – February 22, 1671), born ... (Go to Item Page)
|VAN DER AA, P. - Grande Pologne et Prusse avec les frontières de la Misnie, Lusace, Moravie et Lithuanie|
Leiden, 1729, Uncoloured.. 290x362mm. Very good condition. Dark impression.
Fine map of Poland. This well executed engraving was published in 1729 and 1727 by Pieter van der AA, in Leiden in "Les Voyages tres-curieux et tres-renommez faits en Moscovie, Tartarie et Perse."
Adam Olearius (24 September 1599 – February 22, 1671), born Adam Ölschläger, was a German scholar,... (Go to Item Page)
|HOMANN, J.B. - Superioris et Inferioris Ducatus Silesiae..|
Nuremberg, ca. 1740, In attractive original colours.. 488x580mm. The paper is lightly age toned and slightly stained, one circular brown stain to map. Good condition otherwise.
A detailed map of south eastern part of Poland centered on Wroclaw. With fine title cartouche lower left and inset plan of Brelaw (Wroclaw) with putti upper right hand corner.
The main body of the map is coloured, however, the cartouches are uncoloured, as was common at that time with German at... (Go to Item Page)
|SEUTTER, M. - [2-sheets] Mappae Imperii Moscovitici pars Septentrionalis. . .[and] Imperii Moscovitici pars Australis. . .|
Augsburg, 1740, In original colours.. 497x580`mm. A good and dark impression. Some water staining to top and bottom of centrefolds, some 'chipping' to margins. Good condition. Some margins slim.
Two sheets together measuring 994 x 1160 mm, of northern and southern (western) Russia. The first map is 'Mappae Imperii Moscovitici pars Septentrionalis', the northern part of the Russian Empire, with an uncoloured pictorial cartouche showing hunting scenes. Verso blank.
The second map is' Imp... (Go to Item Page)
|COVENS & MORTIER. - La Pologne Dressee sur ce qu'en ont donne Starovolsk, Beauplan, Hartnoch . . .|
Amsterdam, 1741, Original colours. 537x650mm. Very good condition, heavy paper.
A large map of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus and part of Ukraine and Russia. The map is filled with detail and decorated with a title cartouche flanked by mythological figures. Latin title 'Tabula Regni Poloniae, Ducatus Lithuaniae &c'. at top.
The map comes from a Dutch edition of the De... (Go to Item Page)
|STRACHOWSKI, B. - Die Wahlstadt beij Güntersdorff woselbst des Königs in Preussen Mafestaet den 4ten Junij 1745. . . [Battle of Hohenfriedberg]|
Breslau (Wroclaw), Johann Jacob Korn, 1745, Full original wash colours.. 195x237mm. In very good condition, slightly stained, glue marks in the corners verso.
A very rare separately issued plan of the Battle of Hohenfriedberg, one of Frederick the Great’s most estimable victories, engraved by the Polish master Bartlomiej Strachowski, and published in Breslau (Wroclaw).
This very rare separately issued map was printed in Breslau, Silesia (today’... (Go to Item Page)
|ROBERT DE VAUGONDY, G. - Partie septentrionale du cercle de Haute Saxe […] Brandebourg.|
Paris, c. 1760, In original o/l colours.. 485x550mm. Good condition.
Finely and crisply engraved map of north eastern part of Germany, including part of Poland. With inset map of Brandenburg. Map by Giles Didier Robert De Vaugondy with erased title cartouche..Ornamental title cartouche in the upper part of map from his "Atlas Universel".
Gilles Robert de Vaugo... (Go to Item Page)
|BRION DE LA TOUR, Louis. - Carte des Provinces Annexees a la Petite Pologne et de la Gallicie avec la Lodomerie Demembrees de la Pologne.|
Paris, 1780, Uncolored. 240x270mm. In very fine condition with multi folds as issued.
An interesting regional map of Poland and Lithuania, extending from the Karpathian Mountains and Bessarabia to Kiev on the Dniepr, Brescz on the Bug and centered on the provinces of Petite Poland. Much of this area is currently in the Ukraine.
Louis Brion de la Tour, (circa 1743–1803) was an 1... (Go to Item Page)
|SANTINI,P. / REMONDINI,M. - L'Empire d'Allemagne..|
Venice, 1776 - 1784, In original o/l colours.. 470x640mm. Good and dark impression, printed on heavy paper. Else very good condition.
Detailed map encompassing Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, and part of Poland.
Venetian edition of the map by Bellin, to whom Santini gives credit in the cartouche.
From "Atlas Universel" published by Santini in 1776-84. The atlas is effectively an Italian copy of the Robert de Vaug... (Go to Item Page)
|HOMANN, J.B. - [Segment from] Neue und vollftaendige Postkarte durch ganz Deutschland. . . Carte des postes d'Allemagne partie du nord est.|
Nuremberg, 1786, In original o/l colours.. 370x470mm. Paper age toned. Paper very slightly age-toned.
Upper right part of a post-map of Germany and Poland. This part largely covering part of Poland with Frankfurt, Danzig, Stettin, Cracow, Prague, Berlin, etc.
More about post route maps. [+]... (Go to Item Page)
|VON REILLY, F.J.J - Des Grosherzogthums Litauen ostsüdlicher Nro. 47, 48, 49, 50|
Vienna, 1789, Original colours. 280x380mm. In very good condition. Strong print and paper, original colours, with wide margins.
A very attractive original hand coloured 4 map set of Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Prussia, Belarus, Ukraine and Russia countries by von Reilly published in 1789. They are very decorative and detailed maps.... (Go to Item Page)
|ANONYMOUS - (3 pages from a instruction book)|
Germany, ca. 1790, Uncoloured.. 112x60mm. 3 pages, with each plate mark 112 x 60mm. Size of each sheet 150 x 95mm. Paper slightly age toned and lightly spotted.
3 charming pages with a terrestrial, celestial and an armillary globe and a small map of Saxony and Poland. Wind rose with smaller circular diagrams illustrating the theories of Copernicus and Brahe, Sun and Moon, etc.... (Go to Item Page)
|BOWEN, T. - The Russian Empire in Europe and Asia . . .|
London, 1790, Uncoloured.. 328x450mm. Very good condition. Vertical folds as issued.
Detailed map of the whole of Russia, extending from Poland to the Pacific and from Nova Zembla to Tartaria.
The map is of interest for the use of Corea Gulf for the sea between Korea and Japan.... (Go to Item Page)
|VON REILLY, F.J.J. - Karte von Polen.|
Vienna, 1796, Coloured.. 577x715mm. Dissected map and pasted on linen. Some light discolouration but generally in very good condition.
An attractive map of Poland. With a decorative title cartouche in the upper left-hand corner. Engraved by Ant. Amon. Franz Johann Josef von Reilly (Vienna 18 august 1766 - 6 july1820) was active as geographer, journalist, book and art dealer. In 1792 von Reilly created his geographical Komptoir... (Go to Item Page)
|CARY, J. - A New Map of the Kingdom of Prussia with its Divisions Into Provinces and Governments . . .|
London, 1799, In original colours.. 460x510mm. In mint condition.
Highly detailed regional map of Prussia, including the Baltic regions and part of Poland, from Cary's Universal Atlas, one of the finest atlases of the period.... (Go to Item Page)
|ROSSI, L. - La Pologne avec le dernier partage.|
Paris, Hyacinthe Langlois, 1799, In original o/l colours.. 190x215mm. Very good condition. Old repair of split lower part center fold, just entering the engraved area. Good margins.
Uncommon map of Poland and Lithuania. Engraved by Alexandre Blondeau (1799-1828), with Brezesci in the center of the map.
From "Atlas universal pour la géographie de Guthrie". Prepared by Hyacinthe Langlois (1777-1827).... (Go to Item Page)
|GUTHRIE, W. - Poland from the best authorities.|
London, 1805, Coloured.. 186x210mm. Good condition.
Detailed map of Poland from "A New Geographical, Historical, and Commercial Grammar", by William Guthrie. William Guthrie (later engraver for Carey) London, UK. Printed by Walker, Wilkie, and Robinson.... (Go to Item Page)
|ZATTA, A. - Le Royaume de Hongrie, Esclavonie et Croatie.|
Venise, 1805, In original colours.. 473x605mm. Very good condition.
Map Of Hungary, Moldavia and southern part of Poland with Galicia . The area of Galicia refers to the region that came to Poland during the first partition in 1772.
This is the very rare larger edition published by Zatta in 1805.
The title cartouche printed from a separate copper pla... (Go to Item Page)
|BARLOW, James - Muscovy or Russia in Europe.|
Bungay, 1806, Original colours.. 360x215mm. The map is in good condition with two original folds that will flatted. Wide margins the sheet size is 260 x 395 mm the printed area approximately 215 x 360 mm.
An attractive map of European Russia and Poland from the from the Baltic and the Frozen Ocean to the Black Sea engraved by James Barlow with original hand colouring. Published by C. Brightly and J Kinnersley in Bungay Suffolk, September 1806. ... (Go to Item Page)
|LAURIE, R. & WHITTLE, J. - A new and elegant general atlas, dedicated to Her Royal Highness Charlotte Augusta, Princess . . .|
London, 1810, In very attractive original colours.. 335x265mm. Rubbed contemporary cloth with morocco spine. Maps with good impression and in good condition. Wide margins. A few maps with faint foxing or soiling. Overall a good and attractive example in attractive original colouring.
With printed title "Laurie and Whittle new and accurate general atlas: chiefly intended for the use of schools... (Go to Item Page)
|COLLIN, L. - Carte générale d'Allemagne comprenant l'empire d'Autriche, la Confédération du Rhin, le Dannemarck, la Prusse et la Pologne, une partie de la Suède, des empires de France, de Russie et de Turquie . . .|
Paris, Direction générale de l'imprimerie, 1813, In original o/l colours.. 900x1100mm. Paper slightly age-toned. Dissected and mounted on linen. Good condition.
Uncommon large folding map published during the Napoleonic Wars (1803–1815). Showing Central Europe, including Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Low Countries, Denmark, Eastern Europe including the Crimea. in upper left corner an inset map of S. Petersburg (280 x 180mm.) with a numbered key.
Below t... (Go to Item Page)
|THOMSON, J. - Germany South of the Maine|
Edinbourgh, 1817, Original Colours. 500x590mm. In very fine condition with centrefold as issued.
A fine map of southern Germany published in Edinburgh in 1817 in Thomson's “New General Atlas”.
It is an interesting large format copper engraved antique map of the early 19th century Prussian Dominions covering present day Germany, Poland and Kalingrad (Russia).
An attractive large format... (Go to Item Page)
|VAN HARDENBROEK, C.J.G. - Bataille de Pultusk, le 26 Decembre 1806. [manuscript map]|
Breda, 1849, In original colours.. 440x515mm. Pen and ink with water colour on paper. Paper very slightly creased, blank margins with some closed tears and water stains. Generally very good condition. Size of paper 500 x 660mm.
Manuscript map of the siege of Pultusk (located on the west bank of the River Narew approximately 50 kilometres (31 mi) north of Warsaw), on 26 December 1806.
With a colour code, the Russian army in Red and the French in Blue. Drawn by C.J.G. Van Hardenbroek, (possibly C.J.G. baron van Hardenb... (Go to Item Page)
|BERTRAND, A. / BELANGER, Ch. - Vue du château de Cracovie, le 17 mars 1840. (Wawel Castle)|
Paris, Lemercier, 1852-1856, Uncoloured.. 285x394mm. Lithography on tinted grounds. Paper lightly spotted in lower part. A good impression.
Fine depiction of Wawel Castle.
Lithographed by Barthélémy Lauvergne and printed by Lemercier. Published by Arthus Bertrand of Paris who worked together with Ackermann in London.
The Gothic Wawel Castle in Kraków in Poland was built at the behest of Casimir III the Great, who reigned... (Go to Item Page)
|Créte, B. - Carte Symbolique de L'Europe. Guerre Libératrice de 1914-1915.|
Paris, 1914-1915, Original colours. 560x420mm. Overall good condition. Some spots and tears. Some crack affecting picture professionally restored.
A rare satirical map of Europe illustrating the political situation in 1914-1915. The different nations are represented by stereotypes and national symbols. The representation of Tsar Nicholas II is preponderant, we see him stinging the German bull in fury charging France figured by Marianne riding... (Go to Item Page)
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