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General Chart on Mercators Projection.

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General Chart on Mercators Projection.
Ref: 8994961



An antique map of General Chart on Mercators Projection. Engraved for Walker's Geography &c., 1795.

Approx 21.5cms by 18.5cms.


Price: 75.00
  



The World as known to the Ancients  -  S.D.U.K.

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The World as known to the Ancients - S.D.U.K.
Ref: 8983955

Antique maps drawn by Rev. Philip Smith and engraved by J. & C. Walker, published under the superintendance of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (London: Chapman and Hall, 1844) Originally printed on two separate large overlapping sheets which have been joined to form a single map, as intended by the publishers showing Europe, Scandinavia, the northern parts of Africa, Arabia, and India. As is the case with most maps from this series, there are numerous interesting items of information that have been added to the map and are particularly informative.

Approx 62cms by 39cms.


Price: 150.00
  



The World on Mercator's Projection.  -  S.D.U.K.

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The World on Mercator's Projection. - S.D.U.K.
Ref: 8983954

Antique maps engraved by J. & C. Walker, published under the superintendance of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (London: Chapman and Hall, 1844) Originally printed on two separate large overlapping sheets which have been joined to form a single map, as intended by the publishers. The borders on the map have been drawn to show Texas as being part of Mexico, reflecting the era of Texan history between 1821 and 1836, when it was part of Mexico. The northern border of the United States and Canada shows the disputed border for Oregon Territory which was finally solved in 1846 with the border at the 49th parallel. The Arctic region shows the extent of contemporary knowledge, noting nothing besides Packed Ice north of the Bering Strait. Africa is shown with much of its interior left unmapped. Surrounded with a keyboard style border. Top margin trimmed thus affecting title.

Price: 225.00
  



Western Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere.  S.D.U.K.

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Western Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere. S.D.U.K.
Ref: 8983953

Antique maps engraved by J. & C. Walker, published under the superintendance of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (London: Chapman and Hall, 1844) Originally printed on two separate large overlapping sheets which have been joined to form a single map, as intended by the publishers. Both maps note towns, rivers, mountains, deserts, islands, and various other important topographical details. The borders on the map have been drawn to show Texas as being part of Mexico, reflecting the era of Texan history between 1821 and 1836, when it was part of Mexico. Includes lists of animals on the globe, highest mountains, surface of the globe, population and religions.

Approx 65cms by 33.5cms.



Price: 225.00
  



A Comparative View of the Heights of the Principal Mountains and other Elevations in the World.

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A Comparative View of the Heights of the Principal Mountains and other Elevations in the World.
Ref: 8983146



This antique chart shows the comparative view of the Heights of the Principal Mountains in the western hemisphere, on the left, and the eastern hemisphere on the right. Published by George Philip & Son and printed by J. Gellatley. Edinburgh. Circa 1853. Vertical centrefold and narrow side margins.


Approx 64cms by 50cms.


Price: 175.00
  



Plan of the Lengths of the Principal Rivers throughout the World.

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Plan of the Lengths of the Principal Rivers throughout the World.
Ref: 8983145




The plan shows, in the top left corner a 'Table of the Lengths of the Rivers and the Authorities from which they are taken'. Each river is named and are shown in the European, Asiatic, American and African continents. Published by George Philip & Son and printed by J. Gellatley. Edinburgh. Circa 1853. Vertical centrefold with some faint stains in top of centrefold and narrow side margins.


Approx 64cms by 50cms.


Price: 175.00
  



Chart of the North West Passage between Asia & America.

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Chart of the North West Passage between Asia & America.
Ref: 8983144



An antique map of the North West Passage. It shows the Bhering Straights and the Sea of Kamchatka and the Aleutian Islands. It also indicates routes sailed by the explorerers Frederick William Beechey, Thomas Simpson & Peter Warren Dease, Henry Kellett, and Captain Cook. Published by George Philip & Son and printed by J. Gellatley. Edinburgh. Circa 1853 with original colouring. Vertical centrefold as published. Some age toning.


Approx 49.5cms by 59cms.


Price: 175.00
  



General Chart on Mercator's Projection.

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General Chart on Mercator's Projection.
Ref: 2357441



An antique map 'Engraved for Adams's Atlas' and 'Published by Wm. Darton and Jos. Harvey, Dec. 30th, 1803 with contemporary hand colouring. Has three vertical folds.

Approx 24.5cms by 16.5cms.


Price: 75.00
  



A Map of the Principal Rivers shewing their Courses, Countriesand Comparative Lengths.

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A Map of the Principal Rivers shewing their Courses, Countriesand Comparative Lengths.
Ref: 2356642




Antique map engraved by J. & C. Walker, published under the superintendance of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge April 1st, 1834.



Approx 31cms by 39.5cms.



Price: 75.00
  



A Comparative View of the heights  of the Principal Mountains and lengths of the Principal Rivers of the World.

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A Comparative View of the heights of the Principal Mountains and lengths of the Principal Rivers of the World.
Ref: 2355826

A comparative view of the heights of the principal mountains and lengths of the principal rivers of the World. Engraved by Fenner, Paternoster Row. Published (London) by Joseph Thomas in 1835 with contemporary hand colouring.

Approx 24cms by 14.5cms.


Price: 65.00
  



Orbis Veteribus Notus  -  Aaron Arrowsmith.

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Orbis Veteribus Notus - Aaron Arrowsmith.
Ref: 2355407



An antique map of the Eastern hemisphere in the Ancient World, showing Africa, Europe, Asia and 'New Holland' now known as Australia. Great deal of the area covered shoen in outline only. London, Published by Aaron Arrowsmith, Hydrographer to His Majesty, No. 10, Soho Square. Published in "Orbis Terrarum Veteribus Noti Descriptio. A Comparative Atlas of Ancient And Modern Geography, from original Authorities, and upon a New Plan For The Use Of Eton School" January 2nd, 1828 with original outline colouring.

Approx 22.5cms by 27.5cms.


Price: 60.00
  



Eastern Hemisphere  -  Aaron Arrowsmith.

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Eastern Hemisphere - Aaron Arrowsmith.
Ref: 2355406



An antique map of the Eastern hemisphere showing Africa, Europe, Asia and 'New Holland' now known as Australia.London, Published by Aaron Arrowsmith, Hydrographer to His Majesty, No. 10, Soho Square. Published in "Orbis Terrarum Veteribus Noti Descriptio. A Comparative Atlas of Ancient And Modern Geography, from original Authorities, and upon a New Plan For The Use Of Eton School" January 2nd, 1828 with original outline colouring.

Approx 22.5cms by 27.5cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Western Hemisphere  -  Aaron Arrowsmith.

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Western Hemisphere - Aaron Arrowsmith.
Ref: 2355405



An antique map of the Western hemisphere showing New Zealand and "Russian America" in the west, Canada, North and South America, and the Azores and Cape Verde in the east. London, Published by Aaron Arrowsmith, Hydrographer to His Majesty, No. 10, Soho Square. Published in "Orbis Terrarum Veteribus Noti Descriptio. A Comparative Atlas of Ancient And Modern Geography, from original Authorities, and upon a New Plan For The Use Of Eton School" January 2nd, 1828 with original outline colouring.

Approx 22.5cms by 27.5cms.


Price: 75.00
  



The World  -  Aaron Arrowsmith.

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The World - Aaron Arrowsmith.
Ref: 2355150



An antique map drawn by Aaron Arrowsmith and engraved by Sidney Hall. Published by A. Constable & Co. Edinburgh in the first edition of Arrowsmith atlas published in 1817.

Approx 25cms by 20cms.


Price: 50.00
  



The World on Mercator's Projection  -  Aaron Arrowsmith.

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The World on Mercator's Projection - Aaron Arrowsmith.
Ref: 2355149



An antique map drawn by Aaron Arrowsmith and engraved by Sidney Hall. Published by A. Constable & Co. Edinburgh in the first edition of Arrowsmith atlas published in 1817.

Approx 25cms by 20cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Darluniad y Ddaear, sef yr arddrych ddwyrain a'r arddrych orllewin, gan Robt. Roberts o Gaergybi.

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Darluniad y Ddaear, sef yr arddrych ddwyrain a'r arddrych orllewin, gan Robt. Roberts o Gaergybi.
Ref: 2350797

A rare antique map of the world in two hemispheres and perhaps the most interesting aspect is that this map is in Welsh. The map is entitled 'Darluniad y Ddaear' and was originally drawn in 1805 by Robert Roberts, a printer and author who ran a private educational academy in Holyhead. The map was published in Holyhead on August 12th, 1816 by R. Roberts. Original outline colouring. The original engraved copper printing plate is held in the archive of the National Library of Wales

Approx 36cms by 20cms.


Price: 650.00
  



The World, 1795  -  J. Russell.

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The World, 1795 - J. Russell.
Ref: 2347289


An antique map of 'The World, 1795' drawn and engraved by J.C. Russell. Published in the 'Compendious Geographical Dictionary' by Richard Brookes. Circa 1802. Original outline colouring.

Approx 15.5cms by 8cms.


Price: 70.00
  



The World, 1795  -  J. Russell.

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The World, 1795 - J. Russell.
Ref: 23901


An antique map of 'The World, 1795' drawn and engraved by J.C. Russell. Published in the 'Compendious Geographical Dictionary' by Richard Brookes. Circa 1802. All margins closeley cropped.

Approx 15.5cms by 8cms.


Price: 70.00
  



Rigobert Bonne  -  Orbis Antiquus.

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Rigobert Bonne - Orbis Antiquus.
Ref: 23857

An antique map by Rigobert Bonne 'Primario Hydrographo Navali' the important French engineer and cartographer (1727-1795) who succeeded J.N.Bellin as Hydrographer at the Depot de la Marine (1773). This detailed map of the Eastern Hemisphere: Europe, Africa, Asia was published in the "Atlas Encyclopedique" . Circa 1787. Engraved by Gaspar André.

Approx 34cms by 23cms.




Price: 95.00
  



Monde Connu des Anciens  -  Thierry.

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Monde Connu des Anciens - Thierry.
Ref: 23183

An antique map of 'Monde Connu des Anciens, au IIe Siecle de l'Ere Chretienne' by Conrad Malte-Brun (12 August 1755 - 14 December 1826), engraved by Thierry. Continent boundaries are trimmed in color. Major relief shown by hachures. Rivers, lakes, islands, and regions shown. Shows 14 scales. The text is in Latin. Circa 1837.

Approx 29.5cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 95.00
  


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