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Germany  -  Deutschland

Antique Maps and Prints of Germany

Exchange rate (approximately):  £ 1.00 = EUR 1.25 = US-$ 1.60

AACHEN:
1087. Janssonius, J. ‘AKEN’. Large birds-eye view of Aachen with two heraldic shields. Joannes Janssonius ca. 1682 [22557] 32 x 39 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £200
Koeman Ja18.
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ANHALT - MAGDEBURG:
1093. Janssonius, J. / Pitt, M. & Swart, S. ‘PRINCIPATUS ANHALDINUS ET MAGDEBURGENSIS ARCHIEPISCOPATUS’. Detailed map of the close area around Magdeburg in Sachsen Anhalt with two cartouches. Published by Moses Pitt and Stephen Swart from the map by Joannes Janssonius Waesberghe ca. 1681 [25928] Full original colour, the cartouches uncoloured. Some verdi gris cracks in the dark green areas rebacked, otherwise very good condition. £125
Published in the ‘English Atlas’ by Joannes Janssonius van Waesberghe, Moses Pitt & Stephen Swart in Oxford 1681.
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AUGSBURG:
1095. Münster, S. ‘AUGSPURG DIE HOCH BERUEMT UND WEIT BEKANTE STATT...’. Birdseye view/plan of Ausgburg, showing major buildings of the town and fortifications. German text edition. Sebastian Münster ca. 1580 [18229] Uncoloured woodcut, 26 x 35 cm. Excellent condition. £100
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AUGSBURG:
1096. Janssonius, J. ‘AUGUSTA VINDELICORUM / AUGSPURG’. Large birds-eye view of Augsburg with two heraldic shields and table of explanations. Joannes Janssonius ca. 1682 [22554] 40 x 50 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £200
Koeman Ja18.
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BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG - SCHWABEN:
1101. Cary, J. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE CIRCLE OF SWABIA ...’. Antique map of the Baden-Württmberg and Schwaben in southern Germany. John Cary 1799 [26188] 45 x 51 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100
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BAMBERG:
1103. Seutter, M. ‘TABULA GEOGRAPHICA NOVISSIMA PRINCIPALIS EPISCOPATUS BAMBERGENSIS...’. Antique map of the area around Bamberg in western Germany, reaching to Schweinfurt, Coburg, the Fichtelgebirge and Erlangen. Inset map of the then Bamberg owned area in Carinthia/Austria and a view of the Palace at Pommersfelden. Large pictorial cartouche with eight heraldic shields, cherubs and royalty. Table of chronological explanations below. Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1750 [23816] 49 x 56 cm. Full original colour, incl. cartouches. Excellent condition. £500
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BAMBERG:
1104. Prout, S. ‘ANCIEN PALAIS BAMBERG’and ‘BAMBERG’. Two lithographs by Samuel Prout ca. 1840 [23532] 41 x 28 cm each. Uncoloured. The pair £240
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BAYERN:
1106. Cary, J. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE CIRCLE OF BAVARIA ...’. Antique map of Bayern in southern Germany. John Cary 1799 [26187] 45 x 51 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £125
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BAYERN:
1107. Radefeld, C. ‘DAS KÖNIGREICH BAYERN DISSEITS DES RHEINS ... Ites - IVtes Blatt’. Large map of Bavaria, printed on 4 sheets and joined, with 6 inset plans of Nürnberg-Fürth, München, Augsburg, Würzburg, Regensburg and environs of Passau. Major Carl Radefeld 1858 [25756] 58 x 70 cm. Uncoloured except for the border outline. Excellent condition. £200
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BERLIN:
1112. Seutter, M. ‘BERLIN DIE PRAECHTIGST. U. MAECHTIGSTE HAUPTSTATT DESS CHURFÜRSTENTHUMS BRANDENBURG...’. Plan of Berlin with two armorial cartouches, table of explanations, and large panorama of the city along the bottom. North orientated to the south. Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1720 [24084] 49 x 56 cm. Cartouches and panorama uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £1600
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BERLIN:
1113. Bowyer, R. ‘BERLIN’. View of Berlin. Aquatint by Robert Bowyer in London ca. 1815 [12948] 23 x 32 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £300
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BERLIN:
1114. Illustrated Newspaper. ‘BIRD’S EYE VIEW OF BERLIN’. The Brandenburg Gate in the foreground. River Spree and city behind. A ‘key’ is supplied indicating all the major buildings and important places. Illustrated Newspaper 1871 [23138] Uncoloured wood engraving, 33 x 51 cm. £120
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BERLIN:
1115. Letts, Son & Co. ‘CITY OF BERLIN’. Plan of Berlin with list of public buildings. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26326] 31 x 38 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £125
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BODENSEE:
1116. Seutter, M. / Probst, J. M. ‘LACUS BODAMICUS VEL ACRONIUS CUM REGIONIBUS CIRCUMJACENTIBUS RECENS DELINEATUS’. Detailed map of Lake Bodensee on the southern German / Swiss border and surrounding areas with pictorial title cartouche. From the plate by Matthaeus Seutter published by Johann Michael Probst in Augsburg after 1776 [23763] 48 x 56 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £850
Separately published by Johann Michael Probst in Augsburg after 1776, the year when he took over his father Johann Balthasar’s firm, which had earlier acquired many Seutter maps, in his own name. - Margins rather narrow.
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BONN:
1117. Grünewald. ‘PANORAMA VON BONN’. Panoramic view of Bonn with the Palace in the foreground. Grünewald after Beck ca. 1850 [21701] 8 x 52 cm. Uncoloured. Sides folding. £400
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BRANDENBURG - MECKLENBURG:
1118. Quad, M. ‘MARCA BRANDENBURGENSIS & POMERANIA’. Antique map of Mark Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in northern Germany, with Berlin in the centre. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21326] 20 x 30 cm. Title cartouche, scale of miles and portrait. Slight overall age toning. Uncoloured. £100
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BRANDENBURG - SACHSEN - POMMERN - SCHLESIEN:
1119. Cary, J. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE CIRCLE OF UPPER SAXONY; WITH THE DUCHY OF SILESIA AND LUSATIA ...’. Antique map of Brandenburg, Sachsen, Pommern and Schlesien / Silesia in northeast Germany / West Poland. John Cary 1799 [26192] 45 x 51 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100
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BRAUNSCHWEIG:
1121. Quad, M. ‘BRAUNSWICK DUCATUS. HILDESHEIM EPISCOP: & HALBERSTAT EPISCOP:...’. Antique map of the Hildesheim - Braunschweig - Magdeburg area in central northern Germany. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad 1593 [21317] 21 x 30 cm. Title cartouche Uncoloured. £100
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DÜSSELDORF:
1136. Gause, W. 'In and about Düsseldorf'. A central view of Dusseldorf surrounded by nine other areas of the town. W. Gause 1878 [13391] Wood engraving, 32 x 52 cm. £100
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FRANKEN:
1142. Quad, M. ‘FRANCIA ORIENTALIS, VULGO FRANCONIA...’. Antique map of Franken in southern Germany, south orientated to the top. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad 1592 [21311] 23 x 30 cm. Portrait of Julius of Würzburg and heraldic shield in either bottom corner. Table of explanations above. Uncoloured. £125
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FRANKEN:
1143. Cary, J. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE CIRCLE OF FRANCONIA ...’. Antique map of Franken in southern Germany. John Cary 1799 [26190] 45 x 51 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £125
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FRANKFURT AM MAIN:
1145. Seutter, M. ‘TERRITORIUM SAC. ROM. IMP. LIB. CIVITATIS FRANCOFURTI AD MOENUM CUM MAGNA PARTE ARCHIEPISCOPATUS MOGUNTINI...’. Detailed map of the area immediately around Frankfurt am Main, reaching to Zeilsheim, Oberursel, Hanau and Sprendlingen, with large figurative cartouche. Engraved by Tobias Conrad Lotter for Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1730 [24035] 49 x 56 cm. Full original colour, incl. cartouche. Excellent condition. £600
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FRANKFURT AM MAIN:
1146. Harding, J. D. ‘UNTITLED’ View of Frankfurt along the banks of the Main with the Fahrtor. J. D. Harding 1834 [8730] Tinted lithograph, 27 x 38 cm. £200
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FRANKFURT AM MAIN:
1147. Prout, S. ‘FRANCFORT DOME’ and ‘FRANCFORT SACHSENHAUSEN’. Streetscenes with view of the Dom Cathedral and a scene in Sachsenhausen. Two lithographs by Samuel Prout ca. 1840 [13083] 41 x 28 cm each. Uncoloured. The pair £300
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FRANKFURT AM MAIN:
1148. Callow, W. A view of Frankfurt from the river. William Callow ca. 1850 [8729] Chromolithograph, mounted on card, 27 x 50 cm. £175
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FRANKFURT / MAIN:
1149. Clarke, W. B. ‘FRANKFORT’. Town plan with panoramic view of the town below. Nicholson after Clarke for Baldwin & Cradock 1837 [17600] 30 x 38 cm. Original outline Colour. £125
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FREIBURG:
1150. Coney. View of the Market-place and Cathedral. Coney, 1832 [12344] Uncoloured etching, 49 x 37 cm. £150
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FREISING:
1151. Münster, S. ‘DIE BISCHOFFLICHE STATT FREISINGEN IM BAIER LAND ZWISCHEN LANDSHUT UNND MÜNCHEN GELEGEN’. Panoramic view of Freising near München. Sebastian Münster ca. 1580 [25648] Doublepage woodcut, 13 x 36 cm with German text below, on full folio page. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £125
Same image available with French surtitle [12703].
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FRITZLAR:
1152. Merian, M. ‘FRITZLAR’. Panoramic view of Fritzlar / Hessen. Matthaeus Merian ca. 1646 [25647] 21 x 33 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
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GERMANY:
1157. Quad, M. ‘GERMANIA’. Antique map of Germany. Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21308] 22 x 29 cm. Crowned double eagle emblem. Uncoloured. £120
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GERMANY:
1161. Geographisches Institut Weimar. KONVOLUT / LOT: 9 different maps of Germany (TEUTSCHLAND, BAYERN, WÜRTTEMBERG - BADEN, SACHSEN - THÜRINGEN, BRANDENBURG - POMMERN, SACHSEN-ANHALT, WESTPHALEN - CLEVE-BERG - NIEDERRHEIN - HESSEN, HOLSTEIN - LAUENBURG - MECKLENBURG, THÜRINGEN). Engraved by C. F. Weiland, F. L. Güssefeld and F. W. Streit for Verlag des Geograph. Instituts Weimar ca. 1817 [25855] Each map approx. 50 x 55 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. The lot of 9 maps £600
(The maps are separately available at £100 each)
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HALBERSTADT:
1168. Seutter, M. ‘PRINCIPATUS HALBERSTADIENSIS...’. Antique map of the area around Halberstadt in eastern Germany, reaching to Osterwieck, Oschersleben, Aschersleben and Mansfeld. Two decorative baroque cartouches. Engraved by Tobias Conrad Lotter for Matthaeus Seutter ca. 1730 [23436] 49 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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HAMBURG:
1170. Heuer,W. ‘Die Börse und Bank’. The Stock Exchange and Bank in Adolphsplatz, in the centre of Hamburg. Wilhelm Heuer for Carl Gassmann ca. 1860 [9451] Tinted lithograph with decorative border, 21 x 28 cm. £125
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HARZ & WESERBERGLAND:
1176. Janssonius, J. ‘SERENISSIMO PRINCIPI AC DOMINO, D. CHRISTIANO DUCI BRUNSUICENSI ET LUNEBURGENSI HANC ACCURATISSIMAM SUI DUCATUS BRUNSUICENSIS TABULAM DEDICAT CONSECRATQ.’ Antique map of the southern part of Lower Saxony between Nienburg, Hannover, Magdeburg and Kassel, with the Harz mountains in the centre. Joannes Janssonius / Dutch Appendix 1644 [21729] 40 x 49 cm. Large decorative cartouche with heraldic shield. Uncoloured. Very good condition. £150
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HESSEN:
1177. Quad, M. ‘HESSENLANDT...’. Antique map of northern and middle Hessen in central Germany, north orientated to the left. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21318] 22 x 30 cm. Table of explanations and scale of miles. Uncoloured. £100
Short tear to centre fold closed.
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HESSEN:
1179. Valk, G. ‘PARS ALTERA SEU BOREALIS CIRCULI RHENANI, VULGO QUI SUPERIOR, IN QUO PRIMAS FACIT HASSIAE LANTGRAVIATUS...’. Antique map of Hessen in central Germany with decorative cartouche. Gerard Valk ca. 1702 [23894] 49 x 59 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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HESSEN - DARMSTADT:
1182. Homann, J. B. ‘ELECTORATUS MOGUNTINUS UT ET PALATIN. INFER. HASSIAE...’. Antique map of the area around Mainz, covering the southern parts of Hessen with Frankfurt in the centre, and reaching along the Rhein to Koblenz in the north and Speyer in the south and in the east to Wertheim. Figurative cartouche. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23815] 55 x 48 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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HESSEN - RHEINLAND-PFALZ:
1186. Cary, J. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE CIRCLES OF THE UPPER AND LOWER RHINE ...’. Antique map of Hessen and Rheinland-Pfalz. John Cary 1799 [26189] 45 x 51 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100
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HILDESHEIM:
1189. Homann, J. B. ‘EPISCOPATUS HILDESIENSIS...’. Detailed map of the area around Hildesheim in northern Germany, reaching to Hameln, Hannover, Braunschweig and Einbeck. Pictorial cartouche with cherubs, coat of arms and allegorical figures, inset plan of Hildesheim and panoramic view of Hildesheim below. After Gergard Iust. Arenholdum published by Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23817] 48 x 56 cm. Full original colour, incl. cartouches. Excellent condition. £275
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HOLSTEIN:
1191. Quad, M. ‘THIETMARSIAE HOLSATIAE REGIONIS PARTIS TYPUS’. Antique map of Dithmarschen in Holstein/North Germany, north orientated to the left. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21310] 18 x 26 cm. Title cartouche. Uncoloured. £100
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JÜLICH:
1197. Quad, M. ‘IULIACUM...’. Antique map of the Jülich region in northwest Germany between lower Rhein (from Bonn to Düsseldorf) and the Maas river on the Belgian border. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21319] 22 x 31 cm. Table of explanations, scale of miles and heraldic shield. Uncoloured. £120
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KLEVE:
1201. Quad, M. ‘CLIVIAE DUCATUS’. Antique map of the Duchy of Kleve around and between lower Rhein above Düsseldorf and the Maas river on the Dutch border. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21320] 22 x 27 cm. Title cartouche, heraldic shield, oval portrait. Slight overall age toning. Uncoloured. £120
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KLEVE - JÜLICH - BERG:
1203. Seutter, M. ‘DUCATUS IULIACENSIS, CLIVIENSIS ET MONTENSIS UT ET PRINCIPATUS MEURSIANI ET COMITATUS ZUTPHANIENSIS...’. Antique map of the western German region to both sides of the Rhein between Bonn and Emmerich. Large figurative cartouche with five heraldic shields. Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1750 [23821] 56 x 49 cm. Full original colour, incl. cartouches. Excellent condition. £350
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KLEVE - RUHRGEBIET:
1205. Seutter, M. ‘NOVA ET ACCURATA DUCATUS CLIVIAE ET COMITATUS MARCHIAE CUM FINITIMIS PROVINCIIS DELINEATIO’. Detailed map of the Kleve and Ruhrgebiet region in western Germany to both sides of the Rhein between Köln and Emmerich, reaching in the east to Münster and Hamm. Large figurative cartouche with cherubs and three heraldic shields, and smaller cartouche of explanations. Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1750 [23822] 49 x 57 cm. Full original colour, incl. cartouches. Excellent condition. £350
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KOBLENZ:
1206. Münster, S. ‘DIE STATT COBOLENTZ AM RHEIN UND AN DER MOSEL GELEGEN...’. Panoramic view of Koblenz. Sebastian Münster ca. 1580 [25650] Doublepage woodcut, 22 x 38 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
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LANDAU:
1214. Münster, S. ‘WAHRE CONTRAFEHTUNG DER REICHSTATT LANDAW...’. Panoramic view of Landau / Pfalz. Sebastian Münster ca. 1580 [25644] 17 x 38 cm with text in German below, on full folio doublepage. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £125
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LANDAU:
1215. Marchand, J. Chr. ‘DIE ACCURATE FÜRSTELLUNG DER BELÄGERUNGS ARBEIT VOR LANDAU WIE SOLCHE IM SEPT. 1704 ZU INFESTIRN ANGEFANGEN UND DEN 25 NOV. ZU UNSTERBLICHER GLORIE IHRER MAY. DES RÖM. KÖNIGS EROBERT WORDEN’. View of the siege of Landau / Pfalz in 1704, the German cavalry in the foreground, with explanatory sheet of text separtely printed and attached below. Designed and engraved by Johann Christian Marchand in Nürnberg ca. 1705 [24043] 43 x 40 cm. Full original colour with some recent touches. Borders expertly extended. Excellent condition. £350
Separately published. Vey rare. - Johann Christian Marchand (1680 Dresden - 1711 Nürnberg), engraver of portraits and historical subjects.
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LANDSHUT:
1217. Coney, J. The Old Town of Landshut in Germany, with the church of St. Martin in the centre. John Coney 1831 [17829] Uncoloured etching, 47 x 36 cm. £120
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LEIPZIG:
1220. Bowyer, R. ‘PRECIPITATE FLIGHT OF THE FRENCH THROUGH LEIPSIC PURSUED BY THE ALLIED ARMIES...’. Large and vivid scene of troops outside Leipzig with view of the town in the background. Published in London by Robert Bowyer 1813 [23685] 28 x 52 cm. Full original colour. £150
Small short tear in left white margin outside the image closed.
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LINDAU:
1221. Münster, S. ‘LA VILLE INSULAIRE DE LINDAW...’. Panoramic view of Lindau over Lake Constance (Bodensee) towards the Alps. Sebastian Münster ca. 1580 [25653] Doublepage woodcut, 27 x 36 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £200
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LÜNEBURG:
1222. Quad, M. ‘LUNAEBURGENSIS DUCATUS...’. Antique map of Lüneburg in northern Germany, between Hamburg and Braunschweig. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad 1593 [21323] 21 x 27 cm. Four tables of explanations. Uncoloured. £100
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MÜNSTER:
1234. Quad, M. ‘MONASTERIENSIS EPISCOPATUS’. Antique map of the Münster region in Westfalen in northwest Germany. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21321] 18 x 27 cm. Table of explanations. Uncoloured. £120
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NASSAU:
1239. Seutter, M. ‘NASSOVIAE PRINCIPATUS...’. Antique map of the Nassau region in western Germany between Koblenz, Limburg, Mainz and the Mosel. Large figurative cartouche with cherubs and six Heraldic shields. Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1750 [23820] 50 x 57 cm. Full original colour, incl. cartouches. Excellent condition. £350
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NIEDERSACHSEN:
1243. Cary, J. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE CIRCLE OF LOWER SAXONY ...’. Antique map of Niedersachsen, Holstein and Mecklenburg in northern Germany. John Cary 1799 [26191] 45 x 51 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100
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NÖRDLINGEN:
1246. Münster, S. ‘DIE STAT NOERDLINGEN / NORDLINGEN VILLE IMPERIALE...’. Panoramic view of Nördlingen / Ries with coat of arms and title ribbon in the skies. Sebastian Münster ca. 1580 [25646] Doublepage woodcut, 23 x 34 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £175
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NÜRNBERG:
1251. Prout, S. ‘NUREMBERG’. View with the ‘Henkersteg’ bridge and houses along the river. Lithograph by Samuel Prout ca. 1840 [12825] 29 x 40 cm. Uncoloured. £150
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OBERBAYERN:
1252. Quad, M. ‘BAVARIA DUCATUS’. Antique map of Oberbayern in southern Germany, between Danube and the Alps. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21313] 20 x 27 cm. Title cartouche. Uncoloured. £100
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OBERPFALZ:
1255. Quad, M. ‘PALATINATUS BAVARIAE’. Antique map of the Oberpfalz, north of the Danube. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad 1596 [21314] 21 x 29 cm. Title cartouche and oval portrait of Duke Wilhelm. Slight overall age toning. Uncoloured. £100
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OSNABRÜCK / MÜNSTER / WESEL:
1259. Braun, G. & Hogenberg, F. ‘OSNABRUGUM ELEGANS SAXONIAE OPP.’ / ‘MONASTERIUM URBS IN MEDIA WESTPHALIA...’ / WESALIA INFERIOR’. Three prospects of Osnabrück, Münster and Wesel in Northern Germany above each other on one sheet. Engraved by Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg ca. 1580 [17556] Each ca. 10 x 47 cm. Uncoloured. The three prospects £500
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RHEINPFALZ - ODENWALD:
1270. Quad, M. ‘FLORENTISSIMUS RHENI PALATINATUS’. Antique map of the Rheinpfalz and Odenwald region in central Germany, south orientated to the top. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21315] 20 x 28 cm. Title cartouche, oval portrait, heraldic shield, and scale of miles with dividers above. Uncoloured. Reverse text shining through in white margins, otherwise excellent condition. £120
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SCHWABEN - WÜRTTEMBERG:
1281. Quad, M. ‘SUEVIAE...’. Antique map of Schwaben and Württemberg in southern Germany, south orientated to the top. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad 1592 [21312] 21 x 29 cm. Tables of explanations in either corner, further oval table of explanations and oval heraldic shield down the right side. Uncoloured. £100
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SCHWARZWALD - ELSASS:
1283. Quad, M. ‘ALSATIA INFERIOR. UNDER ELSASS’. Antique map of the Elsass and Schwarzwald region on both sides of the upper Rhein between Strasbourg and Rheinzabern, north orientated to the right. Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21330] 20 x 27 cm. Title cartouch incorporating scale of miles, text of explanations below map. Uncoloured. £100
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SCHWARZWALD - ELSASS:
1284. Quad, M. ‘ELSATIA SUPERIOR. OBER ELSAS’. Antique map of the Elsass and Schwarzwald region on both sides of the upper Rhein between Lahr and Basel, north orientated to the right. Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21331] 20 x 27 cm. Title cartouche, table of explanations below map. Uncoloured. £100
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SCHWARZWALD - ELSASS:
1285. Janssonius, J. ‘UTRIUSQUAE ALSATIAE SUPERIORIS AC INFERIORIS NOVA TABULA’. Antique map of Baden between Basel and Philippsburg, the Black Forest, and lower and upper Alsace. North orientated to the right. Joannes Janssonius / Dutch Appendix 1644 [21728] 38 x 54 cm. Decorative cartouche, scale of miles and two heraldic shields. Uncoloured. Very good condition. £200
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SCHWARZWALD - ELSASS:
1286. De L’Isle, G. ‘LE COURS DU RHIN AU DESSUS DE STRASBOURG ET LES PAIS ADJACENS’. Antique map of the southern Black Forest and Alsace/France between Basel and Strasbourg, Freiburg in the centre, reaching in the East as far as Horb, Rottweil and Schaffhausen. Published by Jean Covens and Corneille Mortier in Amsterdam after Guillaume de L’Isle ca. 1704 [24933] 47 x 62 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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SOUTHERN GERMANY:
1288. Münster, S. ‘LA DESCRIPTION DE SOUABE ET DE BAVIERE’. Antique map of Southern Germany from the River Main to the Alps, North orientated to the South. Sebastian Münster ca. 1580 [25654] 26 x 35 cm. Contemporary colour highlights of mountains and places. In the right margin a few contemporary manuscript additions to the map. otherwise very good condition. £180
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SOUTHERN GERMANY:
1289. Münster, S. ‘SCHWABEN UND BAIER LAND DAR BEY AUCH BEGRIFFEN WERDEN SCHWARTZWALD / ODENWALD UND DAS NORDGOEW’.’. Antique map of Southern Germany from the River Main to the Alps. North orientated to the South. Sebastian Münster ca. 1580 [25655] 26 x 35 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
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SPEYER:
1291. Münster, S. ‘DIE REICHSTATT SPEIER...’. Panoramic view of Speyer. Sebastian Münster ca. 1580 [25649] Doublepage woodcut, 17 x 38 cm with German text below, on full folio page. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
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TRIER:
1298. Münster, S. ‘CONTRAFETUNG DER URALTEN STAT TRIER...’. Panoramic view of Trier. Sebastian Münster ca. 1580 [25651] Doublepage woodcut, 23 x 38 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £175
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ULM:
1299. Prout, S. ‘RATHHAUS ULM’. Ulm Market Square and City Hall. Lithograph by Samuel Prout ca. 1840 [23534] 28 x 42 cm. Uncoloured. £150
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WALDECK:
1302. Homann Heirs. ‘WALDECCIAE...’. Antique map of the Waldeck region in northern Hessen, reaching to Willingen, Warburg,Wolfhagen and Frankenberg. Pictorial title cartouche, armorial dedication cartouche and two smaller cartouches with explanations and scale of miles. Homann Heirs 1733 [24033] 54 x 47 cm. Full original colour, incl. all cartouches. Excellent condition. £280
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WESTFALEN:
1306. Quad, M. ‘WESTPHALIAE TOTIUS DESCRIPTIO’. Antique map of Westfalen in northwest Germany, north orientated to the left. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21322] 18 x 25 cm. Title cartouche and scale of miles. Uncoloured. £100
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WESTFALEN:
1307. Cary, J. ‘A NEW MAP OF THE CIRCLE OF WESTPHALIA ...’. Antique map of Nordrhein - Westfalen and parts of Niedersachsen. John Cary 1799 [26193] 45 x 51 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100
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WORMS:
1312. Merian, M. 'WORMATIA / WORMBS'. Prospect of Worms seen across the Rhine. Printed from two plates and joined. M. Merian ca. 1690 [9422] 21 x 68 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £200
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WÜRTTEMBERG:
1314. Quad, M. ‘WIRTENBERGENSIS DUCATUS’. Antique map of Württemberg in southern Germany (wider area around Stuttgart). Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21324] 22 x 31 cm. Title cartouche, scale of miles and oval portrait of Friedrich. Slight overall age toning. Uncoloured. £100
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WÜRZBURG:
1316. Münster, Seb. 'HERBIPOLIS / WIRTZBURG'. Half-birds-eye view of Würzburg with two heraldic shields, title banner in the sky and table of explanations. Woodcut by Sebastian Münster ca. 1550 [12924] 28 x 39 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £250
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