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Germany  -  Deutschland

Antique Maps and Prints of Germany

Exchange rate (approximately):  £ 1.00 = EUR 1.215 = US-$ 1.675

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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ALTENBURG:
1088. Schenk, P. ‘LAND-CHARTE VOM FÜRSTENTHUM ALTENBURG...’. Detailed map of the area 15km around Altenburg in eastern Germany with figurative cartouche. Pieter Schenk ca. 1740 [23388] 49 x 54 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £160
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ALTMARK:
1089. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘MARCHIA VETUS, VULGO ALTE MARCK...’. Antique map of the Altmark region above Magdeburg in eastern Germany with two decorative cartouches. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23377] 39 x 51 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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ANHALT:
1090. Schuchart, J. T. / Schenk, P. ‘NOVA ANHALTINI PRINCIPATUS TABULA’. Detailed map of the Anhalt region between Quedlinburg, Magdeburg, Wittenberg and Halle in central Germany. Small cartouche and large view of the Teufelsmühle rock formation near Harzgerode below the map. After designs by the architect Johann Tobias Schuchart published by Pieter Schenk 1746 [23312] 45 x 57 cm. Cartouche and view uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £170
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ANHALT:
1091. Seutter, M. ‘ANHALTINUS PRINCIPATUS STIRPIS ASCANIENSIS...’. Antique map of Anhalt in eastern Germany, reaching from Magdeburg to Wittenberg, Halle/Saale and Quedlinburg. Large and very decorative pictorial cartouche, two further baroque cartouches and table of distances in the lower left corner. Engraved by Tobias Conrad Lotter for Matthaeus Seutter ca. 1750 [23395] 50 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £180
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ANHALT - MAGDEBURG:
1092. Janssonius, J. ‘PRINCIPATUS ANHALDINUS ET MAGDEBURGENSIS ARCHIEPISCOPATUS’. Antique map of the area around Magdeburg/Germany, extending to Wolfsburg, Havelberg, Wittenberg, and Halberstadt. Jan Janssonius / Dutch Appendix 1644 [21727] 38 x 48 cm. Decorative cartouche with two heraldic shields, scale of miles. Uncoloured. Very good condition. £150
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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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BAD HERSFELD:
1097. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘TERRITORIUM ABBATIAE HERESFELDENSIS. STIFT HIRSFELDT’. Antique map of the immediate area around Bad Hersfeld in Hessen, reaching to Niederjossa, Salzberg and Friedlos. Decorative cartouche and scale of miles. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23356] 38 x 48 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
H23356HersfeldSchenk.jpg (100549 bytes)

BAD PYRMONT:
1098. Overheide / Homann Heirs. ‘DIE GRAFSCHAFT PYRMONT MIT DEN UMLIEGENDEN HANNOVERISCHEN, BRAUNSCHWEIG. UND LIPPISCHEN AUCH PADERBORNISCHEN GRENZLAENDERN.. / LA COMTÉ DE PYRMONT...’. Detailed map of the immediate area around Bad Pyrmont in northern Germany, reaching to Barntrup, Hameln and Bodenwerder. Title heading above the map in German/French, cartouche with explanations and inset prospect of Bad Pyrmont. After Capt. Overheide published by Homann Heirs 1752 [23407] 46 x 57 cm. Cartouche and prospect uncoloured, the map in original colour. Occasional slight browning and dusting. Very good condition. £300
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BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG:
1099. Funcke, D. / Homann, J. B. ‘CIRCULUS SUEVICUS...’. Antique map of Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany between Rhein, Main, Lech and Bodensee with large pictorial cartouche. Engraved by or in the workshop of Johann Baptist Homann and published by David Funcke ca. 1700 [23319] 49 x 58 cm. Original outline colour, the cartouche in full original colour. Excellent condition. £265
Separately published, rare.
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BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG:
1100. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘S.R.I. SUEVIAE CIRCULUS ATQ. DUCATUS ...’. Antique map of Baden and Württemberg ins southern Germany, reaching from Heidelberg to Basel and Lake Constance / Bodensee, and east to Augsburg with two figurative cartouches. Published by Pieter Schenk from the plate by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [25935] 47 x 55 cm. Full original colour, the cartouches uncoloured. Excellent condition. £200
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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
H26188SwabiaCary.jpg (101599 bytes)

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
H23816BambergensisSeutter.jpg (101359 bytes)

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:
1105. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘S.R.I. BAVARIAE CIRCULUS ATQ. ELECTORATUS...’. Antique map of Oberbayern, Niederbayern, Oberpfalz and Salzburg in southern Germany with figurative cartouche. Published by Pieter Schenk from the plate by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [23905] 57 x 46 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £275
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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
H26187BayernCary.jpg (102453 bytes)

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
H25756BayernRadefeld.jpg (101960 bytes)

BAYERN - NIEDERBAYERN:
1108. Homann, J. B. ‘BAVARIAE PARS INFERIOR TAM IN SUA REGIMINA GENERALIA ...’ Antique map of Niederbayern, the northern part of Bavaria in southern Germany, reaching from Regensburg to Passau and south to Munich, with figurative cartouche. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [25938] 48 x 57 cm. Full original colour, the cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £175
H25938BavariaeInferiorHomann.jpg (101348 bytes)

BAYERN - OBERBAYERN:
1109. De Wit, Fr. ‘CIRCULUS BAVARICUS IN QUO SUNT DUCATUS ELECTORATUS & PALATINAT. BAVARIAE ...’ Antique map of Oberbayern with small inset map surrounded by cherubs and heraldic shields. Frederic De Wit ca. 1690 [25936] 49 x 57 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £250
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BAYREUTH - KULMBACH - THURNAU:
1110. Homann, J. B. ‘GEOGRAPHICA DESCRIPTIO MONTANI CUIUSDAM DISTRICTUS IN FRANCONIA...’. Detailed map of the area around Thurnau in Franken, reaching to Lichtenfels, Kulmbach, Bayreuth and Schesslitz. Large pictorial cartouche with swans, cherubs and coat of arms, table of explanations and inset view of the town of Thurnau. No publisher’s address or imprint, but by Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23342] 48 x 57 cm. Cartouche and view uncoloured, the map in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £250
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BERGISCHES LAND:
1111. Sanson, N. / Covens, J. & Mortier, C. ‘LE DUCHÉ DE BERG, LE COMTÉ DE HOMBERG, LES SEIGNEURIES DE HARDENBERG AT DE WILDENBOURG...’. Antique map of the Bergisches Land region to the right bank of the Rhein between Bonn and Duisburg, reaching east to Hattingen/Ruhr and Wissen/Sieg. Decorative cartouche and scale of miles. Published by Jean Covens & Corneille Mortier from the plate by Nicolas Sanson ca. 1730 [23408] 42 x 56 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £350
H23408BergSanson.jpg (102158 bytes)
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
H24084BerlinSeutter.jpg (102586 bytes) 

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
H12948BerlinBowyer.jpg (99031 bytes)

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
H23138BerlinAnon.jpg (99518 bytes)

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
H26326BerlinLetts.jpg (100448 bytes)

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
H21326BrandenburgQuad.jpg (102358 bytes)

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
H26192BrandenburgCary.jpg (101217 bytes)

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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BRAUNSCHWEIG:
1122. Visscher, N. ‘DUCATUS BRUNSUICENSIS FEREQUE LUNAEBURGENSIS...’. Antique map of the larger area around Braunschweig and the Harz mountains, reaching from the Steinhuder Meer in the west to Celle, Gardelegen, Nordhausen and Hannoversch Münden. Figurative cartouche. Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1685 [23401] 42 x 53 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £200
H23401BrunsvicensisVisscher.jpg (101907 bytes)

BRAUNSCHWEIG - HANNOVER:
1123. Funcke, D. ‘DUCATUS ELECTORATUSQUE BRUNSUICENSIS SIVE HANNOVERIENSIS NOVA TABULA...’. Antique map of the Braunschweig and Hannover region in central Germany, reaching to Minden, Celle, Halberstadt and Göttingen. Decorative cartouche incorporating scale of miles and coat of arms. Published in Nürnberg by David Funcke ca. 1695 [23339] 42 x 52 cm. Cartouche in full original colour, the map in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £265
Separately published, rare.
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BREMEN:
1126. Danckerts, C. ‘DUCATUS BREMAE & FERDAE...’. Antique map of the area around Bremen and Bremervörde in northern Germany, reaching to Oldenburg, Brunsbüttel, Hamburg and Verden. Decorative cartouche with cherubs and two coats of arms. Cornelius Danckerts ca. 1680 [23406] 49 x 57 cm. Cartouche in full original colour, the map in original outline colour. Slightly browned lower centrefold. Very good condition. £200
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BREMEN:
1127. Janssonius, J. / Pitt, M. ‘DUCATUS OLIM EPISCOPATUS BREMENSIS ET OSTIORUM ALBIS ET VISURGIS FLUVIORUM NOVISSIMA DESCRIPTIO’. Antique map of the Bremen region in northern Germany including Hamburg, Bremen, Oldenburg and Wilhelmshaven. Compass rose and three decorative cartouches with cherubs. Dedicated to Henry Calverley by Moses Pitt ca. 1681 [23345] 42 x 52 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
Published in the ‘English Atlas’ by Joannes Janssonius van Waesberghe, Moses Pitt & Stephen Swart in Oxford 1681.
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BREMEN:
1128. Visscher, N. ‘DUCATUS BREMAE ET FERDAE...’. Antique map of the area between Oldenburg, Bremen and Hamburg with two figurative cartouches. Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1685 [23901] 46 x 56 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
H23901BremenVisscher.jpg (102752 bytes)

BREMEN - WESER:
1129. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘NOBILIS SAXONIAE FL. VISURGIS CUM TERRIS ADJACENTIB. AB INCLYTA BREMA AD OSTIUM MARIS’. Two detailed maps of the Weser estuary between Bremen and Roter Sand horizontally on one sheet, the first map showing the part from Bremen to Langlütjen Sand, and the second - designed as a sea chart - the estuary with the soundings bordered by Butjadingerland, Jeverland and Roter Sand. North orientated to the right. Compass rose, sailing ships and three decorative cartouches. Engraved by Jan van Loon and published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23435] 47 x 54 cm. The map in full original colour, the sea chart in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £300
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CHEMNITZ - ROCHLITZ - ZWICKAU:
1130. Schenk, P. ‘ACCURATE GEOGRAPHISCHE DELINEATION DERER GRAEFFLICHEN SCHÖNBURGISCHEN AEMTER...’. Detailed map of the area between Chemnitz, Rochlitz and Zwickau in eastern Germany with large decorative cartouche, table of explanations and one column of index down both sides. Pieter Schenk ca. 1750 [23348] 49 x 60 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £130
H23348SchönburgSchenk.jpg (101758 bytes)

COLDITZ:
1131. Seutter, M. ‘EXACTA DELINEATIO GEOGRAPHICA CIRCULO LIPSIENSI APPARTENENTIUM PRAEFECTURARUM COLDITIUM, LEISSNIGIUM, ROCGLITIUM’ Highly detailed map of the area between Leipzig and Dresden, highlighting various castles, including ‘Colditz’. Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1720 [24557] 49 x 45 cm (image) with text either side. Full original colour. Some marginal spotting and browning, otherwise very good condition. £300
During World War II the Colditz castle was converted into a high security prisoner-of-war camp for officers who had become security or escape risks or who were regarded as particularly dangerous. Since the castle is situated on a rocky outcropping above the Mulde river, the Germans believed it to be an ideal site for a high security prison.
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DRESDEN:
1134. Seutter, M. ‘ACCURATISSIMA DELINEATIO GEOGRAPHICA DIOCESIS AC PRAEFECTURAE DRESDENSIS...’. Detailed map of the area 25km around Dresden, reaching to Meissen, Königstein and Dippoldiswalde, with pictorial cartouche, scale of miles, 21 coats of arms and three columns of explanations and index down each side. Engraved by Tobias Conrad Lotter for Matthaeus Seutter ca. 1730 [23387] 48 x 58 cm. Cartouche and coats of arms uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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DRESDEN:
1135. Zürner, A. F. / Schenk, P. ‘ACCURATE GEOGRAPHISCHE DELINEATION DER DIOCES UND DES AMMTES DRESDEN...’. Detailed map of the area around Dresden, reaching to Meissen, Grossenhayn, Pirna and Dippoldiswalde. Columns of index printed down both sides and 21 coats of arms down the lower right as well. Two small vignette views of Dresden and table of explanations below. Title cartouche and compass rose. After Adam Friedrich Zürner published by Pieter Schenk junior ca. 1760 [23314] 48 x 59 cm. Cartouches etc. uncoloured, the map partly in original wash, partly in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £150
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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
H13391DdorfGause.jpg (100284 bytes)

ECCLESIASTICAL GERMANY:
1137. Homann Heirs. ‘GERMANIA BENEDICTINA QUAE IN ILLA SUNT MONASTERIA ORD. S. BENEDICTI...’. Antique map of central and southern Germany with adjacent countries (Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic), showing the location of the Benedictine monasteries. Various religious themed vignettes, title cartouche and small inset map of Poland (all uncoloured). Homann Heirs 1732 [25642] 46 x 57 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £400
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EILENBURG - DÜBEN - WURZEN:
1138. Seutter, M. ‘PRAEFECTURAE SAXONICAE EILENBURGENSIS DUBENSIS...’. Detailed map of the area around Eilenburg, Bad Düben and Wurzen to the northeast of Leipzig with two very decorative vignettes/cartouches with cherubs, coats of arms and rustic scenes. Single column of index down both sides. Matthaeus Seutter ca. 1730 [23386] 49 x 57 cm. Cartouches/vignettes uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £160
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EILENBURG - DÜBEN - WURZEN:
1139. Schenk, P. ‘ACCURATE GEOGRAPHISCHE DELINEATION DES STIFFTS AMBTS WURTZEN NEBST DEM AEMBTERN EILENBURG UND DÜBEN...’. Detailed map of the area around Eilenburg, Bad Düben and Wurzen to the northeast of Leipzig with two very decorative vignettes/cartouches with cherubs and coats of arms. Single column of index down both sides. Pieter Schenk ca. 1740 [23385] 47 x 58 cm. Cartouches/vignettes uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £140
H23385WurzenSchenk.jpg (101876 bytes)

EISENACH:
1140. Homann, J. B. ‘PRINCIPATUS ISENACENSIS...’. Antique map of the Eisenach region in central Germany on the border between the states of Hessen and Thüringen, reaching to Eschwege, Erfurt, Jena and Meiningen. Armorial cartouche. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23392] 48 x 55 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £120
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ELSASS - SCHWARZWALD:
1141. Homann, J. B. ‘LANDGRAVIATUS ALSATIAE TAM SUPERIORIS QUAM INFER. CUM UTROQUE MARCHIONATU BADENSIS...’. Antique map of Alsace and Black Forest on both sides of the Rhein between Philipsburg and Basel with figurative cartouche. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [25931] 57 x 48 cm. Full original colour, the cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £125
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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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FULDA:
1153. Homann, J. B. ‘S.R.I. PRINCIPATUS FULDENSIS IN BUCHONIA...’. Antique map of the area around Fulda in the Rhön with pictorial cartouche, reaching to Alsfeld, Meiningen, Hammelburg and Bad Orb. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1730 [23430] 49 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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FULDA:
1155. Seutter, M. ‘ABBATIA FULDENSIS ALIAS BUCHOVIA...’. Antique map of the area around Fulda in northern Hessen, reaching to Alsfeld, Bad Salzungen, Neustadt/Saale und Bad Soden-Salmünster. Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1730 [24036] 49 x 57 cm. Full original colour, incl. cartouche. Excellent condition. £300
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GELDERN:
1156. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘FOSSA EUGENIANA QUAE A RHENO AD MOSAM DUCICOEPTA EST, ANNO MDCXXVII DUCTU COMITIS HENRICI VAN DEN BERGE’. Antique map showing the track of a planned (in 1626), partly constructed, but never completed canal between Rhein and Mosel, linking the towns of Rheinberg, Geldern and Venlo/Maas. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [25925] 36 x 49 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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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:
1159. Sanson, N. / Schenk, P. ‘L’EMPIRE D’ALLEMAGNE DIVISÉE EN TOUS SES ESTATS’. Antique map of Germany with figurative cartouche and scale of miles. Published by Pieter Schenk from the plate by Nicolas Sanson ca. 1720 [23914] 49 x 58 cm. The map in full original colour. Short split lower centrefold old rebacked. Very good condition. £200
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GERMANY:
1160. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘PERACCURATA S. ROMANI IMPERII TABULA COMPREHENDENS REGIONES VULGO SUB NOMINE GERMANIAE NUNCUPANTES’. Large map of Germany, Austria and Switzerland with two figurative cartouches. Published by Pieter Schenk Junior from the plate by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [25918] 58 x 73 cm. Full original colour, cartouches uncoloured. Excellent condition. £400
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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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GERMANY (BY RELIGION):
1162. Homann, J. B. TABULA GEOGRAPHICA TOTIUS GERMANIAE QUA DIFFERENTIUM IMPERII TRIUM RELIGIONUM STATUS ET DOMINIA ...’. Antique map of Germany, the Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland, showing the dominant distribution of Christian Catholic and Protestant religions. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [25934] 48 x 56 cm. Full original colour, the cartouches uncoloured. Excellent condition. £240
Unusual map, showing the dominant distribution of Christian faiths across Germany, The Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland at the beginning of the 18th century.
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GERMANY (WALL MAP):
1163. Eisenschmid, J. C. / Homann, J. B.
‘TABULA NOVISSIMA TOTIUS GERMANIAE...’. Large (wall) map of Germany and Austria, printed on four sheets and joined. Large allegorical title cartouche and smaller cartouche with portrait of Dr. Eisenschmid surrounded by numerous scientific instruments. After designs by Johann Caspar Eisenschmid published by Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [25916] 94 x 112 cm Full original colour, cartouches uncoloured. Excellent condition. £750
Separately published, rare. - Johann Caspar Eisenschmid (Eisenschmidt) (Strasbourg 1656-1712), mathematician, medic and cartographer.
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GIESSEN - WETTERAU:
1165. Pronner, Chr. M. / Homann Heirs. ‘HASSIAE SUPERIORIS ET WETTERAU...’. Detailed map of the Wetterau region north of Frankfurt am Main with the university town of Giessen in the centre. Title heading above map, small table of explanations, large vignette with a panoramic view of Giessen and two vignettes with the university building and a Roman portico. After Christoph Maximilian Pronner published by Homann Heirs 1746 [23311] 47 x 56 cm. Vignettes and panorama uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £300
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GOMMERN:
1166. Schenk, P. ‘ACCURATE DELINEATION DES ZU DEM SAECHSISCHEN CHUR CREISSE GEHÖRIGENJ AMMTES GOMMERN...’ Detailed map of the area around Gommern to the southeast of Magdeburg with cartouche and two tables of explanations and index. Pieter Schenk 1753 [23378] 48 x 57 cm. Cartouche and tables uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £120
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HALBERSTADT:
1167. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘EPISCOPATUS HALBERSTADENSIS DESCRPTIO NOVA’. Antique map of the larger area around Halberstadt and Magdeburg in eastern Germany, reaching to Braunschweig, Dessau, Halle and Northausen. Figurative cartouche and scale of miles. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23398] 37 x 50 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £120
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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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HALBERSTADT:
1169. Riese, G. H. / Mayer, T. / Homann Heirs. ‘MAPPA SPECIALIS PRINCIPATUS HALBERSTADIENSIS... / CARTE DE LA PRINCIPAUTÉ DE HALBERSTADT...’. Antique map of the larger area around Halberstadt in eastern Germany, reaching from Wolfenbüttel almost to Magdeburg, then Aschersleben, Stolberg and Goslar. Decorative cartouche and table of explanations. After G. Hieronymus Riese and Tobias Mayer published by Homann Heirs 1750 [23397] 45 x 55 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £120
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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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HAMBURG - ELBE:
1171. Visscher, N. ‘NOBILISSIMI ALBIS FLUVII OSTIA, NEC NON HAMBURGENSE...’. Detailed map in two horizontal strips of the Elbe from Geesthacht via Hamburg to the Sea with cartouche and panoramic view of Hamburg in the lower right. North orientated to the south. Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1685 [23317] 37 x 52 cm. Cartouche and panorama uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £500
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HAMBURG - ELBE:
1172. Himmerich, J. / Schenk, P. ‘EINE ACCURATE CHARTE VON DER ELBE - STROHM SAMPT DER KEYSERLICHEN REICHS FREY STADT HAMBURG...’ Detailed map in two horizontal strips of the Elbe from Geesthacht via Hamburg to the Sea with cartouche and large pictorial allegorical vignette. North orientated to the south. Engraved by Pieter Schenk junior in Amsterdam after designs by Johann Himmerich ca. 1730 [23316] 46 x 57 cm. Cartouche and vignette uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £500
Separately published. Rare. - Johann Himmerich was a military cartographer from Hamburg.
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HANAU - WETTERAU:
1173. Zollmann, Fr. / Homann, J. Chr. ‘S. R. IMP. COMITATUS HANAU ...’. Detailed map of the area northeast of Hanau and Frankfurt am Main, reaching to Giessen, Fulda, Lohr and Aschaffenburg. Large figurative cartouche, 3 tables of explanations and above the map a large prospect of Hanau. After Friedrich Zollmann published by Homann’s son Johann Christoph Homann 1728 [23321] 48 x 56 cm. Cartouche, tables and prospect uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Thin printer’s crease in the top right table. Very good condition. £300
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HANNOVER - BRAUNSCHWEIG - GÖTTINGEN:
1174. Homann, J. B. ‘DUCATUS BRUNSUICENSIS ...’. Antique map of an area in Niedersachsen showing Nienburg, Hannover, Braunschweig, Goslar, Halberstadt, Göttingen, Hameln, Minden. Figurative cartouche. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [25929] 48 x 57 cm. Full original colour, the cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £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:
1178. Danckerts, T. ‘LANDGRAVIATUS HASSIAE...’. Antique map of Hessen in central Germany with decorative pictorial cartouche. Theodor Danckerts ca. 1690 [23904] 49 x 56 cm. Original outline colour, the cartouche in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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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:
1180. Homann, J. B. ‘CIRCULI FRANCONIAE PARS OCCIDENTALIS... / UNTERER UND MINDERE THEIL DES GANTZEN HOCHLÖBL. FRANCKISCHEN CRAISSES...’. Antique map of southern Hessen in central Germany, reaching to Koblenz, Marburg, Fulda, Heilbronn and Landau, with large cartouche incorporating cherubs, two portraits and allegorical figures. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23923] 56 x 48 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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HESSEN - DARMSTADT:
1181. De Wit, F. ‘ARCHIEPISCOPATUS ET ELECTORATUS MOGUNTINI ET ADJACENTIUM REGIONUM, UT LANDGRAVIATUUM HASSO DARMSTADIENSIS...’. Antique map of the larger area around Frankfurt/M. in southern Hessen, reaching to Koblenz, Fulda, and south to the Neckar. Armorial cartouche with cherubs supporting coats of arms. Frederic de Wit in Amsterdam ca. 1690 [23895] 49 x 59 cm. Full original colour, incl. cartouche. Excellent condition. £250
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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 - DARMSTADT:
1183. Pronner, Chr. M. / Homann Heirs. ‘DELINEATIO GEOGRAPHICA GENERALIS, COMPREHENDENS VI. FOLIIS SINGULOS PRINCIPATUS, COMITATUS, DITIONES, DYNASTIAS OMNES, QUOTQUOT IMPERIO SERENISSIMI PRINCIPIS LANDGRAFII HASSO.-DARMSTADIENSIS SUBSUNT, ...’. Set of six mapsheets, forming a large (wall) map of Hessen-Darmstadt in central Germany, reaching from Dortmund and Kassel in the north via Frankfurt to Worms and Würzburg in the south. Two large cartouches (title and dedication). Printed on six double sheets, not joined. After Christoph Maximilian Pronner published by Homann Heirs 1751 / 1754 [23890] 40 x 52 cm each sheet, 124 x 102 cm when joined. The maps in original outline colour. Excellent condition. The complete set of six mapsheets £600
This is the first version of this 6-part map, which was re-issued in 1803.
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HESSEN - OBERHESSEN:
1184. Homann, J. B. ‘LANDGRAVIATUS HASSIAE INFERIORIS NOVA TABULA ...’. Antique map of Oberhessen between Alsfeld and Kassel with two figurative cartouches. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [25932] 48 x 58 cm. Full original colour, the cartouches uncoloured. Excellent condition. £125
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HESSEN - RHEINLAND-PFALZ:
1185. Valck, G. ‘UTERQUE RHENI CIRCULUS, SUPERIOR, ET INFERIOR ELECTORALIS, CUM PALATINATU: QUOS PRO PARTE INCLUDUNT WESTPHALICUS, BELGIUM HISPANICUM, ET LOTHARINGIA, QUA ORIENS’. Antique map of Hessen and Rheinland-Pfalz, reaching north into Westphalia (Cologne, Wesel). Gerard Valck ca. 1702 [25933] 59 x 49 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £175
Uncommon.
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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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HILDBURGHAUSEN:
1187. Homann, J. B. ‘SERENISSIMO PRINCIPI AC DOMINO ..... HANC EJUSDEM PRINCIPATUS SAXO - HILDBURGHUSIAN NOVAM ET EXACTAM TABULAM’. Antique map of the area around Hildburghausen in eastern Germany with two large allegorical cartouches and inset plan of Hildburghausen. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23369] 47 x 57 cm. Cartouches and plan uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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HILDESHEIM:
1188. 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. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23310] 48 x 56 cm. Cartouche and panoramic view uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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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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HOHENLOHE:
1190. Schapuzet, J. C. / Homann, J. B. ‘COMITATUS HOHENLOICI ... / LA COMTÉ DE HOHENLO AVEC LES PAYS QUI Y CONFINENT’. Detailed map of the Hohenlohe region in Württemberg with two inset maps and pictorial cartouche. Published by Johann Baptist Homann after designs by Johann Carolus Schapuzet 1748 [25920] 47 x 57 cm. Full original colour, cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £200
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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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HOLSTEIN:
1192. Schenk, P. ‘HOLSATIAE TABULA GENERALIS IN QUA SUNT DUCATUS HOLSATIAE, DITMARSIAE, STORMARIAE ET WAGRIAE’. Antique map of Holstein , the region above Hamburg, reaching to Tönning, Kiel and Lübeck. Pieter Schenk 1707 [23329] 48 x 58 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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HOLSTEIN:
1193. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘HOLSATIAE DUCATUS VERNACULE DAS HERTZOGTUM HOLSTEIN...’. Large map of Holstein in northern Germany between Hamburg and Schleswig, reaching from Helgoland in the West to Fehmarn in the East. Printed on two sheets and joined. Published by Pieter Schenk junior from the plate by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [23432] 50 x 87 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £500
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HOLSTEIN - WAGRIEN:
1195. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘WAGRIA QUAE EST PARS ORIENTALIS HOLSATIAE’. Antique map of Wagrien, the eastern part of Holstein in northern Germany, confined by Kiel, Lübeck and the island of Fehmarn. Figurative cartouche. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23323] 43 x 53 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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HYDROGRAPHIC CHART:
1196. Homann, J. B. ‘HYDROGRAPHIA GERMANIAE...’. Hydrographic chart of Germany, including Belgium, The Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland, showing the flow of about nine main rivers and in colour their waterbasins, i.e. where their water supply is sourced from. Two pictorial figurative cartouches. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23437] 49 x 58 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £120
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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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JÜLICH:
1198. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘IULIACENSIS DUCATUS’. Antique map of the area around Jülich in western Germany between Cologne and Aachen, reaching to Roermond and Duisburg in the north and Bonn and the Eifel mountains in the south. North orientated to the left. Small cartouche, scale of miles and coat of arms. Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23412] 40 x 55 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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JÜLICH:
1199. Sanson, N. / Ottens, R. & J. ‘LE DUCHÉ DE IULIERS...’. Antique map of the area around Jülich in western Germany between Cologne and Maastricht, reaching in the South to the Ahr Valley. Two decorative cartouches. Published by Reinier and Josua Ottens from the plate by Nicolas Sanson ca. 1725 [23410] 43 x 55 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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JÜLICH - BERG:
1200. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘IULIACENSIS ET MONTENSIS DUCATUS...’. Antique map of the area to both sides of the Rhein between Bonn and Wesel, centred on Düsseldorf and reaching to Maastricht in the west and Altena/Westfalen in the east. Decorative cartouche, scale of miles with cherubs and two coats of arms. Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23413] 37 x 49 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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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:
1202. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘CLIVIA DUCATUS’. Detailed map of the area around Kleve and Wesel in western Germany, reaching to Arnhem, Dorsten, Duisburg and Venlo. Small cartouche, scale of miles and coat of arms. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23411] 40 x 48 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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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 - MOERS:
1204. Sanson, N. / Jaillot, H. ‘LE DUCHÉ DE CLEVES, LA SEIGNEURIE DE RAVENSTEIN, ET LE COMTÉ DE MEURS...’. Antique map of the area on both sides of the Rhein between Köln and Arnheim, reaching to the River Meuse in the West and to Coesfeld and Essen in the East. Decorative cartouche and scale of miles. Published by Hubert Jaillot from the plate by Nicolas Sanson 1696 [23409] 43 x 56 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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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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KÖLN - JÜLICH - BERG:
1208. Danckerts, T. / Ottens, R. & J. ‘TABULA EPISCOPATUUM LEODIENSIS ET COLONIENSIS TREVIRENSIS UT ET IULIACENSIS ET MONTENSIS NOVISSIMA ET ACCURATISSIMA...’. Antique map of the area west of the Rhein between Mainz, Köln and Duisburg, reaching into Belgium as far as Mons and south to Luxembourg, centred on Liege / Lüttich. Published by Reinier & Joshua Ottens from the plate by Theodor Danckerts ca. 1690 [25915] 49 x 57 cm. Full original colour, the figurative cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £350
Uncommon issue of Danckerts’s map of Liege and Cologne.
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KÖLN - JÜLICH - BERG:
1209. Valk, G. ‘ARCHIEPISCOPATUS COLONIENSIS, DUCATIBUS JULIACENSIS ET MONTENSI...’. Antique map of the area to both sides of the Rhine between Koblenz and Wesel, reaching to Maastricht in the west and Altena in the east. Decorative cartouche. Gerard Valk ca. 1702 [23426] 49 x 60 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £300
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KÖLN - JÜLICH - BERG:
1210. Homann, J. B. ‘ARCHIEPISCOPATUS ET ELECTORATUS COLONIENSIS UT ET DUCATUM IULIACENSIS ET MONTENSIS...’. Antique map of the larger area around Cologne, reaching from Andernach along the Rhein north to Wesel, west to Maastricht and east to Bergisches Land. Armorial cartouche with cherubs and scale of miles. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23918] 48 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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KÖLN - NIEDERRHEIN:
1211. Sanson, N. / Ottens, R. & J. ‘CARTE NOUVELLE DE L’ARCHEVESCHÉ ET ESLECTORAT DE COLOGNE... / LA BASSE PARTIE DE L’ARCHEVESCHÉ ET ESLECTORAT DE COLOGNE’. Detailed map of the area along the Rhine between Neuss and Wesel, reaching to Kempen in the west and to Dortmund and Solingen in the east. Large figurative cartouche with war scene. Published by Reinier and Josua Ottens from the plate by Nicolas Sanson ca. 1725 [23420] 50 x 59 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £300
Northern part of the archbishopric of Cologne.
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KÖLN - NIEDERRHEIN:
1212. Sanson, N. / Ottens, R. & J. ‘CARTE NOUVELLE DE L’ARCHEVESCHÉ ET ESLECTORAT DE COLOGNE... / HAUTE PARTIE DE L’ARCHEVESCHÉ ET ESLECTORAT DE COLOGNE’. Detailed map of the area along the Rhine between Koblenz and Cologne, reaching to Aachen in the west and Eitorf in the east. Decorative cartouche. Published by Reinier and Josua Ottens from the plate by Nicolas Sanson ca. 1725 [23421] 48 x 60 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £320
Southern part of the archbishopric of Cologne.
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KÖLN - NIEDERRHEIN:
1213. Sanson, N. / Ottens, R. & J. ‘ARCHEVESCHÉ ET ESLECTORAT DE COLOGNE AVEC SES ENCLAVES...’. Antique map of the archbishopric of Cologne, the arae immediately on both sides of the Rhine between Koblenz and Wesel. Two baroque cartouches. Published by Reinier and Josua Ottens from the plate by Nicolas Sanson ca. 1725 [23422] 56 x 43 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £320
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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:
1218. Seutter, M. ‘PRAEFECTURA LIPSIENSIS...’. Antique map of the region about 25km around Leipzig with large pictorial cartouche and smaller cartouche of explanations. Alphabetical list of placenames down both sides. Matthaeus Seutter ca. 1730 [23766] 49 x 59 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £175
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LEIPZIG:
1219. Schenk, P. ‘GEOGRAPHISCHER ENTWURFF DES AMTES LEIPZIG...’. Detailed map of the immediate area around Leipzig, reaching to Schkeuditz, Eilenburg and Rötha. Pictorial cartouche and small table of explanations, index to places down both sides. Pieter Schenk junior ca. 1750 [23331] 51 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Narrow top margin. Very good condition. £175
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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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LÜNEBURG:
1223. Janssonius, J. / Pitt, M. & Swart, S. ‘DUCATUS LUNEBURGENSIS ADIACENTIUMQUE REGIONUM DELINEATIO’. Antique map of the Lüneburg region in northern Germany between Hamburg, Wittenberg, Hildesheim and Diepholz. Pictorial cartouche and scale of miles. Published by Janssonius Waesberghe, Moses Pitt and Stephan Swart from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1680 [23403] 38 x 49 cm. The map in full original colour. Occasional verdi gris browning, otherwise in very good condition. £150
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LÜNEBURG:
1224. Homann, J. B. ‘DUCATUS LUNEBURGICI ET COMITATUS DANNEBERGENSIS ACCURATA DESCRIPTIO’. Detailed map of the area between Hamburg, Hannover and Salzwedel in northern Germany with figurative cartouche. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23402] 48 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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MAGDEBURG:
1225. Seutter, M. ‘DUCATUS MAGDEBURGENSIS ET HALENSIS...’. Antique map of the immediate area around Magdeburg and Halle in eastern Germany with title cartouche and two columns of index down each side, reaching to Halberstadt, Osterburg, Brandenburg, Wittenberg and Eisleben. Engraved by Tobias Conrad Lotter for Matthaeus Seutter ca. 1740 [23399] 50 x 58 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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MAGDEBURG - HALLE:
1226. Schenk, P. ‘GEOGRAPHISCHE CHARTE DES HERTZOGTHUMS MAGDEBURG UND HALLE NEBST ETLICHEN ANGRÄNTZENDE ORTHEN...’. Antique map of the area around Magdeburg in Sachsen-Anhalt, reaching to Halle, Wittenberg, Brandenburg and Helmstedt. Title cartouche and alphabetical list of place names in two columns down each side. Pieter Schenk junior ca. 1760 [23768] 53 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Lower and top border extended (remargined) and neatline redrawn, very good condition. £150
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MECKLENBURG:
1228. Homann, J. B. ‘DUCATUS MEKLENBURGICI TABULA GENERALIS...’. Antique map of Mecklenburg in northern Germany with figurative cartouche. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [25919] 49 x 57 cm. Full original colour, cartouches uncoloured. Excellent condition. £200
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MERSEBURG:
1230. Seutter, M. ‘DELINEATIO GEOGRAPHICA DITIONIS MARTISBURGENSIS...’. Detailed map of the area around Merseburg in eastern Germany, reaching to Halle, Leipzig and Lützen. Large pictorial baroque cartouche. Engraved by Tobias Conrad Lotter for Matthaeus Seutter ca. 1730 [23383] 48 x 56 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £180
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MERSEBURG:
1231. Schenk, P. ‘GEOMETRISCHER GENERAL RIS DES STIFFTS MERSEBURG’. Detailed map of the area around Merseburg in eastern Germany, reaching to Halle, Leipzig and Lützen, with large pictorial cartouche and large prospect of Merseburg to the top right corner. Pieter Schenk ca. 1740 [23384] 47 x 56 cm. Cartouche and panorama uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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MÜNCHEN:
1233. Homann Heirs. ‘CARTE DES ENVIRONS DE MUNICH... / KARTE VON DER GEGEND UM MUNCHEN...’. Detailed map of the immediate area around München, reaching to Germering, Schleissheim, Vaterstetten and Schäftlarn. Title banner above map. Homann Heirs 1743 [23313] 48 x 53 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £350
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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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MÜNSTER:
1236. Gigas, J. / Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk,G. ‘MONASTERIENSIS EPISCOPATUS’. Antique map of the area around Münster and Lingen in Westfalen, reaching to Lippstadt, Wesel, Coevorden and Oldenburg. North orientated to the right. Cartouche and scale of miles. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23419] 37 x 48 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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NASSAU:
1237. Valk, G. ‘PRINCIPATUS NASSAVIAE DIVISUS IN SPECIALES COMITATUS...’. Detailed map of the Nassau region in western Germany between Koblenz, Siegen, Giessen, Frankfurt and Mainz. Gerard Valk ca. 1700 [23353] 59 x 49 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
Uncommon.
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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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NAUMBURG - ZEITZ:
1240. Schenk, P. ‘ACCURATE GEOGRAPHISCHE DELINEATION DES STIFFTS NAUMBURG UND ZEITZ...’. Detailed map of the area around Naumburg, Zeitz and Weissenfels with baroque cartouche and very large panorama of the river Saale from Schulpforte to Naumburg. Pieter Schenk 1749 [23382] 50 x 54 cm. Cartouche and panorama uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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NIEDERBAYERN:
1242. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘BAVARIAE PARS INFERIOR...’. Antique map of Niederbayern, reaching to Freising, Regensburg, Cham and Passau, with pictorial cartouche and scale of miles. Published by Pieter Schenk junior from the plate by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [23374] 48 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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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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NIEDERSACHSEN - HOLSTEIN - MECKLENBURG:
1245. De Wit, F. ‘CIRCULUS SAXONIAE INFERIORIS IN QUO SUNT DUCATUS HOLSATIAE, MEKLENBURGI, LAUENBURGI, LUNEBURGI...’. Antique map of Niedersachsen, Holstein aand Mecklenburg in northern Germany, reaching from Hamburg south to Göttingen and east to the island of Rügen, with decorative cartouche incorporating cherubs holding nine coats of arms and scale of miles. Frederic de Wit ca. 1690 [23916] 49 x 57 cm. Original outline colour, the cartouches in full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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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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NÖRDLINGEN:
1247. Homann Heirs. ‘DIE GEGEND UM NÖRDLINGEN, GENANDT DAS RIES... / TRACTUS NORDLINGENSIS GERM. RIES DICTI....’. Detailed map of the immediate area around Nördlingen in southern Germany, reaching to Neresheim, Schneidheim, Oettingen and Mönchsdeggingen. Pictorial cartouche and large panoramic view of Nördlingen below, flanked by a small plan of Nördlingen and table of explanations. Further tables of explanations and index to the right and left sides. Homann Heirs 1738 [23358] 48 x 52 cm. Antique map in full original colour. Cartouches plan and large panorama of Nördlingen in full hand colour. Excellent condition. £350
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NÖRDLINGEN - OETTINGEN:
1248. Homann Heirs. ‘CARTE DU COMTÉ D’OTTINGUE... / MAPPA GEOGRAPHICA COMITATUS OETTINGENSIS...’. Detailed map of the area around Nördlingen and Oettingen in southern Germany, reaching to Aalen, Dinkelsbühl, Weissenburg and Donauwörth. Pictorial cartouche with small prospect of Oettingen below, and scale of miles with explanations. Homann Heirs 1744 [23359] 48 x 52 cm. Cartouches and prospect uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Small unobtrusive printer’s crease to top left border. Very god condition. £250
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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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OBERBAYERN:
1253. Homann, J. B. ‘BAVARIAE PARS SUPERIOR...’. Antique map of Oberbayern in southern Germany, reaching from Augsburg and Regensburg to Kufstein and Bad Reichenhall, Freising and München in the centre, with two figurative cartouches and inset map of the Burghausen/Inn area between Braunau and Passau. Published in Nürnberg by Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [24955] 57 x 48 cm. Cartouches uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £350
Johann Baptist Homann (1663-1724), engraver and mapseller in Nürnberg, geographer to the Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and member of the Prussian Royal Academy of Sciences.
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OBERBAYERN - NIEDERBAYERN:
1254. Schenk, P. ‘SUPERIORIS AC INFERIORIS BAVARIAE TABULA ...’. Antique map of Ober- and Niederbayern in southern Germany with decorative cartouche. Pieter Schenk ca. 1720 [25927] 55 x 48 cm. Full original colour, the cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £275
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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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OBERPFALZ:
1256. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘BAVARIAE PALATINATUS VULGO DIE OBER-PFALTZ...’. Antique map of the Oberpfalz, a district to the north of Regensburg in Bavaria in southern Germany, with figurative cartouche and table of explanations. Published by Pieter Schenk from the plate by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [23906] 47 x 55 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £175
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ODENWALD:
1257. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘ERPACH COMITATUS’. Detailed map of the Odenwald region south of Frankfurt/M., centred on Erbach and reaching to Heidelberg, Darmstadt and the Spessart mountains. Two cartouches, scale of miles, compass rose and coat of arms. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate engraved Petrus Kaerius for Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23368] 35 x 47 cm. The map in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £150
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OSNABRÜCK:
1258. Gigas, J. / Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk,G. ‘OSNABRUGENSIS EPISCOPATUS’. Antique map of the area around Osnabrück in Niedersachsen with several cartouches, coats of arms, inset map of Wiedenbrück and view of the town of Osnabrück below the title cartouche. After Joannes Michael Gigas (or: Gigante) published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23418] 36 x 47 cm. Cartouches and panorama uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £350
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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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PHILIPPSBURG:
1261. Ottens, R. & J. ‘PLAN DE PHILIPSBOURG & DE SES ENVIRONS...’. Plan of Philippsburg, the fortified town on the Rhein near Speyer, reaching to Rheinsheim, Oberhausen and Wiesental. Engraved by Joost van Sassen and published in Amsterdam by Reinier & Josua Ottens ca. 1740 [23357] 43 x 55 cm. Full original colour. Small unobtrusive rust spot in the river above the fort, otherwise very good condition. £265
Rare. - The Dutch Ottens firm of publishers assembled their atlases mostly to order, the maps were often published separately.
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POSTAL ROUTES - POSTREISEKARTE:
1262. Homann, J. B. ‘POSTARUM SEU VEREDARIORUM STATIONES... / NEU-VERMEHRTE POST-CHARTE DURCH GANTZ TEUTSCHLAND...’. Antique map of the postal routes through Germany and adjacent countries with two cartouches. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23877] 48 x 58 cm. Original outline colour, the cartouches in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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POSTAL ROUTES - POSTREISEKARTE:
1263. Schenk, P. ‘POSTARUM SEU VEREDARIORUM STATIONES’. Antique map of the postal routes through Germany and adjacent countries with pictorial cartouche. Pieter Schenk ca. 1720 [23896] 47 x 56 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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POSTAL ROUTES - POSTREISEKARTE - PRUSSIA:
1264. Halma, F. ‘REGNI BORUSSIAE ET ELECTORATUS BRANDENBURGICI ...’. Antique map of Germany between the Dutch border, Memel and Kaliningrad and Bodensee/Lake Constance, with armorial cartouche top left showing the Brandenburg-Prussian coats of arms, and a large vignette below right of a postman on horseback. Small table of explanations. Major postal routes (‘Stationes Publicorum Cursuum et Veredariorum’) are indicated. Published in Amsterdam by François Halma ca. 1700 [23762] 52 x 68 cm. Cartouche and vignette uncoloured, the map in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £500
Rare postal route map of Germany and Prussia, the figures near the routes indicating the distances in miles. - Separately published. - Possibly engraved by Simon Grimm of Augsburg, the engraver’s signature in the right corner not quite decipherable.
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POSTAL ROUTES - POSTREISEKARTE - PRUSSIA:
1265. Schenk, P. ‘REGNI BORUSSIAE ET ELECTORATUS BRANDENBURGICI.....’. Antique map of Germany between the Dutch border, Memel and Kaliningrad and Bodensee/Lake Constance, with armorial vignette in the lower right corner incorporating a postman on horseback and the Brandenburg-Prussian coats of arms. Small table of explanations. Major postal routes (‘Stationes Publicorum Cursuum et Veredariorum’) are indicated. Engraved after the slightly wider map [23762] by François Halma of 1700 by Pieter Schenk ca. 1710 [23864] 51 x 61 cm. Vignette uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Side borders extended. The vignette in rather faint printing, otherwise excellent condition. £500
Uncommon postal route map of Germany and Prussia, the figures near the routes indicating the distances in miles. - Separately published.
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POSTAL ROUTES - POSTREISEKARTE - SACHSEN:
1266. Schenk, P. ‘NEUE SÄCHSISCHE POST-CHARTE...’. Antique map of the postal delivery routes in Sachsen with pictorial cartouches and vignette showing two postmen on horse, reaching as far as Erfurt, Magdeburg, Dresden and Eger. Pieter Schenk junior ca. [23332] 50 x 58 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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POSTAL ROUTES - POSTREISEKARTE - SCHWABEN:
1267. Homann Heirs. ‘SPECIAL POST KARTE DURCH DEN SCHWAEBISCHEN KREIS... / LES COURS DE POSTES PAR LE CERCLE DE SUABE...’. Antique map of the postal routes through southwest Germany between Mannheim, Donauwörth, Augsburg and Basel. Homan Heirs 1752 [23900] Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £300
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RHEIN - MAIN - NECKAR MOSEL:
1269. Sanson, N. / Mortier, P. ‘TEATRE DE LA GUERRE SUR LE RHEIN, MOESSELE, MAYN, LE NECKER’. Large (wall) map of Western Germany with rivers Rhein, Main, Mosel and Neckar, and the eastern part of France (Lorraine, Alsace and River Meuse) with two very large pictorial title cartouches showing military action. Printed on four sheets and joined. From the plate by Nicolas Sanson published by Pierre Mortier ca. 1707 [23888] 95 x 115 cm. The map in original outline colour. Very good condition. £850
Separately published. Rare. - The top left corner bears a large image of military action (30 x 47 cm). It has been printed, using a copper plate engraved by Casper Luyken (1672-1708), unusually replacing an earlier top left part of the map. - This is one of a series of Theatre of War maps for the war of the Spanish Succession and one of the largest and most impressive to show the theatres of operations. The mentioned engraving by Casper Luyken can be found in the Amsterdams Historisch Museum.
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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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RÜGEN:
1271. Homann, J. B. ‘INSULAE ET PRINCIPATUS RUGIAE...’. Detailed map of the Baltic Sea island of Rügen and parts of the adjacent mainland from Barth to Wolgast with figurative cartouche and pictorial vignette. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23350] 48 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £300
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RUHRGEBIET:
1272. Visscher, N. ‘TABULA GEOGRAPHICA PARTEM INFERIORIS RHENI...’. Large scale map of the area between Cologne, Kleve, Münster and Siegen, centred on Essen and Duisburg in the Ruhrgebiet. Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1685 [23414] 47 x 57 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £350
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RUHRGEBIET:
1273. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘BERGE DUCATUS MARCK COMITATUS’. Detailed map of the Ruhrgebiet region in western Germany between Duisburg, Unna, Siegen and Bonn. Inset map of the area between Soest and Hamm, small title cartouche and two coats of arms. North orientated to the left. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23324] 43 x 55 cm. Cartouche and coats of arms uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £350
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RUHRGEBIET:
1274. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Vak, G. ‘COMITATUS MARCHIA ET RAVENSBERG’. Detailed map of the Ruhrgebiet region in western Germany, reaching from Duisburg to Hamm and Lüdenscheid, with inset map of the larger area around Bielefeld (Teutoburger Wald). Armorial cartouche and decorative scale of miles. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23330] 37 x 49 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £350
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RUHRGEBIET:
1275. Sanson, N. / Ottens, R. & J. ‘LE COMTÉ DE LA MARCK...’. Detailed map of the Ruhrgebiet region in western Germany between Duisburg, Hamm and Olpe. Cartouche incorporating scale of miles. Published by Reinier & Josua Ottens from the plate by Nicolas Sanson ca. 1725 [23328] 42 x 55 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £350
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SAARLAND - TRIER - EIFEL:
1276. Sanson, N. / Jaillot, H. ‘PARTIE OCCIDENTALE DU TEMPOREL DE L’ARCHEVESCHÉ ET ESLECTORAT DE TREVES’. Detailed map of Saarland, the Mosel between Wasserbillich and Zell, and the Eifel highlands. Published by Hubert Jaillot from the map by Nicolas Sanson 1701 [25922] 56 x 43 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £200
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SACHSEN:
1277. Jaillot, H. ‘LE CERCLE DE LA HAUTE SAXE... / CIRCULI SAXONIAE SUPERIORIS TABULA...’. Antique map of Saxony with two cartouches. Hubert Jaillot 1696 [23767] 46 x 61 cm. The map in original outline colour. Left and right border expertly extended (remargined), very good condition. £130
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SACHSEN - MEILENZEIGER:
1278. Schenk, P. ‘WEGWEISER DURCH DAS CHURFÜRSTENTHUM SACHSSEN...’. Table of distances between 105 places in the Kurfürstentum Sachsen with inset map (‘Chur Fürstenthum Saxen...’ 21 x 25 cm) and cartouche. Pieter Schenk junior ca. 1730 [23327] 48 x 57 cm. The map and table of distances in full original colour. Excellent condition. £100
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SACHSEN - THÜRINGEN:
1279. Danckerts, J. ‘CIRCULI SAXONIAE SUPERIOR PARS MERIDIONALIS...’. Antique map of Sachsen with pictorial cartouche featuring cherubs and coats of arms, reaching from Magdeburg to Dresden, Eger and Göttingen. Justinus Danckerts ca. 1690 [23396] 49 x 56 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £175
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SCHLESWIG:
1280. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘SLESVICENSIS DUCATUS INCOLIS DAS HERTZOGTUM SCHLESWIEG’. Large map of the Duchy of Schleswig. Also showing the North Frisian islands (Föhr, Sylt, Amrum, etc.) and covering parts of the Danish islands east as far as Lolland. Printed on two sheets and joined. Published by Pieter Schenk from the plate designed by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [22186] 50 x 87 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £500
Lower centrefold split and sometime rebacked, otherwise in very good condition. - This map is not frequently offered for sale.
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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:
1282. Homann, J. B. ‘IMP.CAES. CAROLO VI. ..... PROVINCIA BRISGOIA’. Antique map of the Schwarzwald region in southwest Germany between Basel, Lahr, Rottweil and Schaffhausen with decrative cartouche. Johann Baptist Homann 1718 [23365] 58 x 49 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £350
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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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SCHWARZWALD - ELSASS:
1287. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘TOTIUS ALSATIAE NOVISSIMA TABULA...’. Antique map of the Black Forest and Alsace region along the Rhein between Basel and Philippsburg with figurative cartouche and cherubs holding two coats of arms. Published by Pieter Schenk junior from the plate by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [23892] 57 x 46 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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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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SOUTHERN GERMANY - DANUBE:
1290. Homann, J. B. ‘DANUBII FLUMINIS .... PARS SUPERIOR, IN QUA SUEVIA, BAVARIA, AUSTRIA, STIRIA, CARINTHIA, CARNIOLA, TYROLIS ET HELVETIA CUM MAGNA PARTE ITALIAE EXHIBENTUR’. Antique map of Northern and Central Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Slowenia and Croatia. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [22480] 47 x 55 cm. Some original colour. Excellent condition. £175
This is part 1 of a 3-part map of the course of the River Danube, which would not join up to a single map, however.
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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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SPEYER:
1292. Homann Heirs. ‘TERRITORIUM SECULARE EPISCOPATUS SPIRENSIS...’. Detailed map of the immediate area around Speyer, reaching to Landau, Mannheim, Sinsheim and Ettlingen. Decorative cartouche. Homann Heirs 1753 [23308] 48 x 55 cm. The map in original outline colour. Slight overall agetoning, otherwise excellent condition. £200
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STOLBERG:
1294. Schenk, P. ‘ACCURATE GEOGRAPHISCHE CHARTE DER GRAEFLICHEN STOLBERGL. ALS HOHNSTEIN, STOLBERG, HAYN, BERENRODA, EBERSBURG, UFFTRUNGEN, ROSLA UND QUESTENBERG...’. Antique map of the immediate area around Stolberg/Harz in eastern Germany. Cartouche, table of explanations and one column of index down bothsides. Pieter Schenk ca. 1750 [23393] 47 x 59 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £130
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TAUNUS - RHEINGAU:
1295. Homan, J. B. ‘PARS VEDEROVIAE PLURIMAS DITIONES PRINC. ET COM. NASSOVICOR. IMPRIMIS VERO REGIONEM SCHWALBACENSEM...’. Antique map of the Taunus and Nassau region north of Frankfurt between rivers Main, Rhein and Lahn, confined by the cities of Koblenz, Giessen, Frankfurt and Mainz. Decorative cartouche with cherubs and two coats of arms, and two inset views of Bad Schwalbach. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23354] 46 x 55 cm. Cartouche and views uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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THÜRINGEN:
1296. Funcke, D. ‘LANDGRAVIATUS THURINGIA IN OMNES SUOS COMITATUS, OFFICIA & TERRITORIA...’. Antique map of Thüringen in eastern Germany, centred on Erfurt and reaching to Eschwege, Nordhausen, Halle and Saalfeld. Decoratiove cartouche and scale of miles witch cherubs. Published by David Funcke ca. 1695 [23340] 41 x 51 cm. Cartouche and scale of miles in full original colour, the map in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £265
Separately published, rare.
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THÜRINGEN:
1297. Zollmann, J. W. / Homann Heirs. ‘REGIAE CELSITUDINI SERENISSIMO PRINCIPI AC DOMINO FRIDERICO CHRISTIANO LEOPOLD ... THURINGIAE ORIENTALIS TABULAM HANC GEOGRAPHICAM...’. Antique map of the eastern half of Thüringen in eastern Germany with large pictorial cartouche and table of explanations. Printed on two double sheets, not joined. After Johann Wilhelm Zollmann published by Homann Heirs 1747 [23891] 32 x 47 cm each map sheet, 62 x 47 cm when joined. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. The set of two map sheets £250
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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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ULM - DONAUWÖRTH:
1300. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘NIEUWE KAART VAN T’LAND DONAWERT EN HOCHSTETT... / NOUVELLE CARTE DU PAIS DE DONAWERT ET HOCHSTETT...’. Detailed map of the area along the Donau between Ulm and Donauwörth, reaching to Heidenheim and Augsburg. Three smaller maps of the immediate areas around Donauwörth, Hochstädt and Augsburg below, showing the situation during the battle of August 1704. Published by Pieter Schenk junior from the plate by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [23373] 40 x 48 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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WALDECK:
1301. 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 for explanations and scale of miles. Homann Heirs 1733 [23322] 54 x 47 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £280
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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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WEISSENFELS:
1304. Schenk, P. ‘ACCURATE GEOGRAPHISCHE DELINEATION DES HOCHF. SACHS. AMTES WEISSENFELS...’. Detailed map of the close area around Weissenfels in Sachsen-Anhalt. After an earlier map by Matthaeus Seutter engraved by Pieter Schenk ca. 1720 [25923] 48 x 57 cm. Full original colour, the large figurative cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £120
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WERTHEIM:
1305. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘COMITATUS WERTHEIMICI...’ Detailed map of the immediate area around Wertheim am Main, reaching to Miltenberg, Gemünden, Würzburg and Bad Mergentheim. Cartouche incorporating scale of miles. North orientated to the left. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23367] 38 x 49 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £225
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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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WESTFALEN - SAUERLAND:
1308. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk,G. ‘WESTPHALIA DUCATUS’. Antique map of Westfalen between Essen, Lippe, Warburg, Bad Wildungen and Olpe with cartouche and scale of miles. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23416] 38 x 48 cm. The map in full original colour. Thin printer’s crease to the right of the centrefold. Very good condition. £250
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WESTFALEN - SAUERLAND:
1309. Ottens, R. & J. ‘NOVA DUCATUS WESTPHALIAE TABULA...’. Antique map of Westfalen in western Germany between Olpe, Hamm, Paderborn, Waldeck and Berleburg. Figurative cartouche and two tables of explanations and historical descriptions. Reinier & Josua Ottens ca. 1740 [23415] 47 x 56 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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WETTERAU:
1310. Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘WETTERAVIA. DIE WETTERAW’. Detailed map of the Wetterau region to the northeast of Frankfurt/Main, centred on Friedberg, reaching to Hofheim, Weilburg, Giessen, the Vogelsberg mountains, Salmünster and Seligenstadt. Decorative cartouche and scale of miles. Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk ca. 1700 [23351] 39 x 48 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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WITTENBERG:
1311. Schenk, P. ‘ACCURATE GEOGRAPHISCHE DELINEATION DERER AEMMTER WITTENBERG UND GRAEFFENHAYNICHEN...’. Detailed map of the immediate area 30km around Wittenberg in eastern Germany, reaching to Dessau, Treuenbrietzen, Schweinitz und Bad Düben. Decorative cartouche, table of explanations and one column of index down each side. Pieter Schenk 1749 [23347] 48 x 58 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £130
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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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WORMS - ALZEY:
1313. Homann Heirs. ‘TERRITORIUM SECULARE EPISCOPATUS WORMATIENSIS TABULA GEOGRAPHICA ...’. Detailed map of the close area around Worms and Alzey and the Weinstrasse. Title cartouche with grape vines and vineyards. Homann Heirs 1752 [25937] 48 x 57 cm. Some faint outline colour, otherwise uncoloured. Title cartouche slightly faded, otherwise excellent condition. £150
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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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WÜRTTEMBERG:
1315. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘DUCATUS WURTENBERGENSIS CUM ADJACENTIBUS QUIBUSDAM SUEVIAE REGIONIBUS...’. Antique map of Württemberg and the adjoining region of Schwaben, reaching from Heidelberg, the Black Forest, to Augsburg. Published by Pieter Schenk from the plate by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [25914] 54 x 61 cm. Full original colour, the figurative cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £350
This is an unsual map insofar as Pieter Schenk, having acquired Visscher’s original plate of ca. 1690, updated and extended it to the East beyond the cartouche by adding a short section of about 54 x 15 cm to include the area from Günzburg to Ausgburg in Suevia, which had recently, i.e. around 1704, been the scene of some important battles (Dillingen, Höchstädt, Donauwörth).
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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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