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Holy Land & Jerusalem
SCHEDEL, H., Quarta etas mudi Folium LIII. The prophet Elisha and King Cyrus, - Prophets and Kings of Israel., antique map, old maps SCHEDEL, H. - Quarta etas mudi Folium LIII. The prophet Elisha and King Cyrus, - Prophets and Kings of Israel.
Nuremberg, 1493, Coloured.. 460x320mm. With an old tape mark at the bottom of the full untrimmed sheet.
A beautiful woodblock print from the Nuremberg Chronicle.
A Latin text page is illustrated with depictions of The prophet Elisha and King Cyrus, and on the verso the page has High priests, Prophets, and Kings of Israel.

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Estimate
($ 200 - 240)

Starting bid
$ 100
Condition:
Condition Rating: 4
SCHONSPERGER, Johann., Der welt Das ixviii blat Jherusalemzerstorung., antique map, old maps SCHONSPERGER, Johann. - Der welt Das ixviii blat Jherusalemzerstorung.
Augsburg, 1496, Uncoloured.. 100x190mm. Woodblock print with letter press. Overall size 27,5 x 20 cm. Set within German text; Text on verso. Slightly toned; slightly cropped right margin; left margin some stitch holes; some smudges and faint stains.
A woodcut view of the destruction of Jerusalem. A very rare view from a pirated miniature copy of Schedel's "Nuremberg Chronicle". See Laor (1127) who describes this German issue of 1496 as the first, with a Latin edition following in 1497. It depicts the destruction of Jerusalem, with Solomon's Tem... (Click on title or image to go to item page)
Estimate
($ 420 - 500)

Starting bid
$ 280
Condition:
Condition Rating: 4
BRAUN,G. / HOGENBERG, F., Hierosolyma, Clarrisima Totius Orientis Civitas ludaee Metropolis… (Jerusalem), antique map, old maps BRAUN,G. / HOGENBERG, F. - Hierosolyma, Clarrisima Totius Orientis Civitas ludaee Metropolis… (Jerusalem)
1572, Coloured. 340x480mm. With a crease repaired in bottom side. Text on verso. Generally in fine condition
A very fine, decorative map with a double-view of Jerusalem depicts Biblical Jerusalem and the modern city during the 16th century. Biblical Jerusalem appears on the left 'in its full splendor'. In the lower left, the procession of Jesus to Golgotha is illustrated and Judas is shown hanging from a t... (Click on title or image to go to item page)
Estimate
($ 800 - 950)

This item has no reserve price.
Bid received
$ 310
Condition:
Condition Rating: 3
HOLLAR, W., Chorographica Terrae Sanctae Descriptio., antique map, old maps HOLLAR, W. - Chorographica Terrae Sanctae Descriptio.
London 1657, Uncoloured.. 370x495mm. In good condition, minor margin toning and a few small chips. Would frame well.
A rare map of the Holy Land by Wencelaus Hollar (1607-1677), an engraver, born in Prague, best known for his city views.
From "Biblia Sacra Polyglotta".
This sheet includes three maps of the Holy Land and a plan of the encampment of the Israelites in the desert. The large map at the bottom ...
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Estimate
($ 750 - 950)

Starting bid
$ 500
Condition:
Condition Rating: 4
FUNCK, D.,  Novissima totius Terrae Sanctae sive promissionis. . ., antique map, old maps FUNCK, D. - Novissima totius Terrae Sanctae sive promissionis. . .
Nuremberg, 1742, In attractive original colours.. 462x555mm. In good condition. With slight discolouration to centrefold and splits to top and bottom of centrefold (approx 40cm), minor marks and stains to the margins. Good impression and decent margins.
Engraved by J.B.Homann and published by David Funck. One of the very few maps engraved by Johan Baptist Homann, signed lower right.
A scarce map of the Holy Land, orientated with North at the right. With an inset showing the camp of the Israelites on their march through the desert. The title is...
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Estimate
($ 375 - 500)

Bid received
$ 325
Condition:
Condition Rating: 2
HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE., A Brief History of the Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force., antique map, old maps HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE. - A Brief History of the Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force.
London, 1919, In original printed colours.. 170x265mm. Maps themselves in good condition, lightly toned. Book boards are scuffed and marked, green cloth hinges and spine are cracked, contents loose within boards, but contents fine.
Back board detached.
A book of the Brief Record of the Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force. July 1917 to October 1918 by General Allenby. Ex library, frontispiece portrait of Allenby, with facsimile signature. Quarto. Second edition. Blue green cloth and spine. 56 colour plates of mostly maps showing adva... (Click on title or image to go to item page)
Estimate
($ 50 - 100)

Starting bid
$ 45
Condition:
Condition Rating: 5