|MALLET, A.M. - DE LA SPHERE. Figure XXXVII. 103|
Paris, 1683, Uncoloured.. 145x105mm. Some age-toning of paper. Else very good condition.
Fine celestial map depicting three constellations in allegorical form. The 3 spheres are suspended above an engraved scene of a harbor on a moonlit night.
From the French text edition of Description d'Univers.. (5 volumes), 1683. By Allain Manneson Mallet (1630-1706), a well travelled mi... (Go to Item Page)
|MALLET,A.M. - Fig. 34. [ Celestial chart depicting the northern constellations]|
Frankfurt, 1684, Uncoloured.. 148x105mm. Very good condition.
A fine celestial chart depicting the northern constellations in allegorical form. Two sailing ships and a harbour on the background.
From the German text edition of Description d'Univers.. (5 volumes), 1683. By Allain Manneson Mallet (1630-1706), a well travelled military engineer and ge... (Go to Item Page)
|VALK, G. / SCHENK, P. - Haemisphaerium stellatum australe antiquum.|
Amsterdam, 1708, Old colour with refeshment and colour addition.. 430x506mm. Clean, excellent strong image with broad margins. Map image surface clean with visible restoration in upper margin, and in lower margin some minor visible restorations not affecting image. Some re-joints of tears Danebitto, Piscis, Virgo, Pavo, Delphinus and Cameleon.
Tiny hole restored under Hydra and in upper right corner and in lower margin. Printed on on heavy paper.
Splendid chart showing the constellation of the southern hemisphere. Andreas Cellarius (active from 1656-1702), Dutch mathematician and geographer, rector of the Latin School at Hoorn. He may have been of German or Polish origin, with the name of Keller or Kellner. Cellarius adopted the system of Ju... (Go to Item Page)
|CHATELAIN, Henri. - Nouvelle Carte pour conduire a l'Astronomie et a la Geographie. . .|
Amsterdam, ca 1720, Coloured.. 500x600mm. Some staining to upper corners, and to some old paper folds. Map has been cleaned, but is in very good condition. Good impression and decent margins.
A very decorative double hemisphere map of the world, surrounded by various astronomical models. The models surrounding the earth include a solar system, Kirchers's model of the Sun, Cassini's models of the Moon, Jupiter, Venus, Mercury, Mars, and Saturn.
A double hemisphere celestial model, a ... (Go to Item Page)
|DOPPELMAYR, J.G./ HOMANN, J.B. - Globi Coelestis in tabulas planas redacti pars II.|
Nuremberg, 1742, In original colours.. 490x582mm. Good impression. Water straining.
Celestial map by Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr, astronomer and cartographer of Nuremberg. Map has been published by Johann Baptist Homann in the Atlas Coelestis. The positions of the stars on the maps are for 1730. ... (Go to Item Page)
|DELISLE, G. - Le Globe Celeste.|
Paris, 1752, Coloured.. 140x215mm. In fine condition with folds as issued.
Scarce decorative double hemisphere celestial map, based on the cartography of De L’Isle. Published in “Nouveau Traite de Geography”. The map exhibits the constellations in the northern and southern skies in fine detail.
Guillaume De L'Isle (1675 -1726) was one of the most important cartograph... (Go to Item Page)
|BUY DE MORNAS, Cl. - La Manière de reconnoitre les Principales Etoiles dans le Ciel.|
Paris, L.C. Desnos, 1761, In original colouring.. 400x550mm. In good condition.
Claude Buy de Mornas (d. 1783), géographe du roi (1764) is mostly known for his "Atlas Méthodique et Elémentaire de Géographie et d' Histoire", 1761 and "Atlas Historique et Géographique", 1762.
A celestial chart depicting the eclipse of the sun and the moon. With on both sides a descriptionar... (Go to Item Page)
|Cassini, G. M. - La Parte Orientale della Irlanda che Comprende Le province di Ulster e Leinster.|
Rome, 1795, Original Colour with Border & Cartouch Enhanced. 475x335mm. In very fine condition with centrefold as issued.
A fine 1795 Cassini map of Eastern Ireland, including the provinces of Ulster and Leinster. It features a decorative title cartouche with a fortress and fishing scene.
Giovanni Maria Cassini was a noted geographer, engraver, and publisher in Rome. He was one of the last of the fine Italian glo... (Go to Item Page)
|MASI, Glauco. - Sistemi Del Mondo.|
Rome, 1833, Uncolored. 200x300mm. In very fine condition with folds as issued.
A detailed engraving of the Solar Systems Armillary Sphere. This unusual celestial chart features ten systems and comes from "Kuvorno Tipographia di Glauco Masi" published in Rome in 1833.... (Go to Item Page)
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