Clason's War Map Indexed of the Western Front.
Large very detailed World War I collectible map with inset of the main fortresses of the Western Battle Front. The back includes a complete index of towns villages, river...
Starting Bid: $128
$160 - $250
Date: Denver, c. 1920
Totius Europae Littora ... Pascaert vertoonende alle de See-Custen van Europa.
A splendid 1745 two-sheet engraved sea chart based on De Wit. Atlas der Zeevaart; Amsterdam. A most decorative and fascinating nautical chart of the continent, this beaut...
Starting Bid: $1760
$2200 - $3700
Date: Amsterdam, 1745
Europa Prima Nova Tabula
Very rare issue of one of the earliest printed maps of the European continent oriented to the south. Shows the continent from Constantinople and Greece to the east and Sp...
- Highest Bid:
- $1900 / ≈ €1786
$2000 - $2500
Date: Basel, 1552
Geographique Modern , Historique et Politique.
A map of Flanders, Brabant, Holland, France, Austria and parts of Germany, by Brion, engineer geographer of the king, and published by Desnos, engineer geographer for glo...
Starting Bid: $100
$125 - $150
Date: Paris, 1790
Europa Delineata juxta Observationes. . .
A rare issue by German the publisher Jeremias Wolff of de l’Isle’s map of Europe. Map shows a lot of topographical details as well as cities, rivers, mountains, lakes...
Starting Bid: $200
$250 - $350
Date: Augsburg, 1710
Generalkarte von Deutschland, der Batavischen und Helvetischen Republik, Ober- und Mittel-Italie. . .
Title at bottom left, with impressum ' ... von D.F. Sotzmann ... Berlin 1805'. Very large (108 x 76,5 cm) and a very detailed map of central Europa , engraved in 12 part...
Starting Bid: $200
$250 - $300
Date: Berlin, 1805
[Cloth Map of Europe]
Anglo-centric cloth map of Europe produced during WWI.Serbia, the spark that lit the conflagration of World War One, isn’t even labeled on this interesting cloth map of...
Starting Bid: $280
$350 - $550
Date: London, c. 1915
Extremely rare map of France, Netherlands, Southern England, Switzerland, and Northern Spain. This map was never regularly included in the Theatrum; Denuce mentions the i...
Starting Bid: $4000
$5000 - $10000
Date: Antwerp, ca 1598
Lumen Historiarum Per Occidentem ex Conatibus Fran. Haraei Antverpia.'
Showing Europe.Cartographical sources: Frans van Haren [more commonly called Haraeus] who was born circa 1555 and died in 1631. He flourished between about 1615 and 1624,...
Starting Bid: $400
$500 - $1050
Date: Antwerp, 1624
Tractus Rheni Tabula: prima, secunda, tertia tabula I-III.
A rare and very desirable set of three very early maps by Gerard De Jode, from the first edition of De Jode's 'Speculum Orbis Terrarum'. Showing the complete trajectory o...
Starting Bid: $2800
$3500 - $4000
Date: Antwerp, 1578