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Henric Petri, Basle, 1567
Olaus Magnus' Important Map of Scandinavia.Very rare and important map of Scandinavia by Olaus Magnus, printed in 1567. From the Historia Olai Magni gothi archiepiscopi Upsalensis De...
Antique woodcut map of Scandinavia. Printed in Basle by Henric Petri in 1567.
Isole dell'Indie diuise in Filippine, Molucche, e della Sonda
Coronelli's map of Southeast Asia with the northern part of Australia, centred around Borneo. Verso a smaller map (22x28cm) of the adjoining western region up to Ceylon with Malaysia at centre....
Antique map of Northern Australia, Borneo. Printed in Venice in the year 1696.
Amplissimae Regionis Mississipi seu Provinciae Ludovicianae a R.P. Ludovico Hennepin Francisc...
J.B. Homann, Nuremberg, circa 1720
The famous Buffalo Map of the Southeast by J.B. Homann. Showing the most part of today United States from the Great Lakes to Florida, the Mississippi River Valley with Louisiana and Texas, as...
The Buffalo Map of the Mississippi River Valley.
Ananas [Pineapple with Cockroaches - Ananas mit Schaben]
The first and one of the most beautiful engravings of Maria Sibylla Merian's Metamorphosis insectorum Surinamensium . Merian combines the most enchanting and the most repulsive on one sheet. She...
Engraving of a pineapple plant with cockroaches. Printed between 1705-71.
Europa recens descripta a Guilielmo Blaeuw
Blaeu's famous Map of Europe with Beautiful Old Colours.A striking and highly decorative map of Europe by Willem J. Blaeu, produced at the height of the Golden Age of Dutch mapmaking. With...
Old coloured map of Europe with borders by Willem J. Blaeu. Published 1644-55 in Amsterdam.
Nova Germaniae Descriptio
Johannes Janssonius, Amsterdam, 1616 
Scarce Janssonius map of the Holy Roman Empire with side panels.Very decorative and rare 'carte-à-figures' map of Germany with the surrounding countries by Johannes Janssonius. First...
Coloured map of Germany. Printed in Amsterdam by Johannes Janssonius in 1632.
Gottfried von Kempen, Cologne, 1588
Old coloured city view of Szczecin (German: Stettin) from a Latin edition of the town book Civitates orbis terrarum by Braun and Hogenberg in 1588. With many ships on the River Odra (Oder). First...
Old coloured town view of Szczecin, Stettin. Printed in Cologne by Gottfried von Kempen in 1588.
Terra Firma et Novum Regnum Granatense et Popayan
Willem and Joan Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1635
Decorative, old coloured copper engraved map of Colombia by W. Blaeu. Shows parts of Ecuador with Esmeraldas in the south-west, up to Venezuela in the East. In the northwest with Panama and Costa...
Old coloured map of Colombia, Panama. Printed in Amsterdam by Willem and Joan Blaeu in 1635.
Novus Brasiliae Typus
W. J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1640-43
Antique map of Brazil by Willem J. Blaeu. Shows a very detailed and accurate coastline while the interior is still speculative. With an inset maps of Baya de Todos os Sanctos (Bay of All Saints)....
Coloured map of Brazil. Printed in Amsterdam by W. J. Blaeu in 1640.
Insulae Canariae, olim Fortunatae Dictae
Valk & Schenk, Amsterdam, circa 1690
Very decorative nautical chart of the Canary Islands by J. Janssonius. Shows Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, La Gomera, La Palma and Madeira. With beautiful old color. Decorated...
Old coloured sea chart of the Canary Islands with Madeira. Published by Valk & Schenk in Amsterdam around 1690.
Insula Borneo et occidentalis pars Celebis cum adiacentibus Insulis
Valk & Schenk, Amsterdam, circa 1690
Rare and very decorative old colored sea chart of Borneo by J. Janssonius. Shows the island belonging to Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei in the Malay Archipelago. West oriented sea chart. Decorated...
Sea chart of Borneo, Malaysia, Indonesia. Printed in Amsterdam by Valk & Schenk circa 1690.
G. Mercator, Duisburg, 1628 or 1633
Old coloured antique map of the eastern part of South Denmark by Gerard Mercator. With Funen (Fyn) and the offshore islands Langeland and Ærø. Below a title cartouche. From the early Latin edition...
Old coloured map of Fyn. Printed in Duisburg by G. Mercator in 1628 or 1633.