Pacific Ocean

  • 1770 - Anonymous

    Anonymous:  Aequator sive linea Aequinoctialis

    circa 1770

    A very rare double hemisphere world map in unusual polar equidistant projection.Based on the coastline of Australia and New Zealand, one would expect a period of origin in the late 17th...

    Aequator sive linea Aequinoctialis
    11742

    Old coloured map of the world. Printed circa 1770.

    2 500,00 €
  • 1801 - Matthew Flinders

    Matthew Flinders:  Kaart van Basses Straat, tusschen Nieuw Zuid Wales en Van Diemens-Land ... Heer Flinders ......

    J. and A. Honkoop, Amsterdam, 1801

    Very large and rare sea chart of Tasmania and the southern part of Australia with the Bass Strait. One of the first maps showing the discoveries of George Bass and Matthew Flinders in October 1798...

    Kaart van Basses Straat, tusschen Nieuw Zuid Wales en Van Diemens-Land...
    12058

    Coloured sea chart of Australia. Printed in Amsterdam by J. and A. Honkoop in 1801.

    1 500,00 €
  • 1745 - Reiner Ottens

    Reiner Ottens:  Novae Hispaniae, Chili, Peruviae, et Guatimalae Littorae

    Reiner & Joshua Ottens, Amsterdam, 1745

    Large sea chart of Central and South America by Reiner & Joshua Ottens. Shows the eastern part of the Pacific with the northwest coast of South America to Valparaiso and South Mexico from Cap...

    Novae Hispaniae, Chili, Peruviae, et Guatimalae Littorae
    12044

    Coloured sea chart of the Pacific Ocean. Printed in Amsterdam by Reiner & Joshua Ottens in 1745.

    1 100,00 €
  • 1718 - Christoph Weigel

    Christoph Weigel:  Facies Poli Antarctici ex recentissimis itinerariis descripta a. Christophoro Weigelio

    Johann Ernst Adelbulner, Nuremberg, 1718

    Old coloured map of the South Pole by Christoph Weigel. Shows the southern polar region with the tip of South America ( Tierra Del Fuego, Cape Horn), the Strait of Magellan and the Le Maire Strait....

    Facies Poli Antarctici ex recentissimis itinerariis descripta a....
    11954

    Old coloured map of the South Pole. Printed in Nuremberg by Johann Ernst Adelbulner in 1718.

    650,00 €
  • 1718 - Christoph Weigel

    Christoph Weigel:  America Meridionalis Studio Guilielmi de l'Isle...

    Johann Ernst Adelbulner, Nuremberg, 1718

    Scarce and interesting map of south America from Christoph Weigel after G. de l'Iisle. The Pacific ocean with the Solomon Islands. The interior is filled with the names of various Indian nations....

    America Meridionalis Studio Guilielmi de l'Isle...
    11959

    Old coloured map of South America. Printed in Nuremberg by Johann Ernst Adelbulner in 1718.

    420,00 €
  • 1697 - Vincenzo Maria Coronelli

    Vincenzo Maria Coronelli:  [Asia]

    Venice, 1697

    Important Asia map of V.M. Coronelli showing southeast Asia with Australia and Japan. Many discoveries around and in Australia are described with dates, place and discoverer. The map was concept as...

    [Asia]
    10880

    Coloured map of Australia, Japan, Southeast Asia. Printed in Venice in the year 1697.

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  • 1714 - Guillaume de l'Isle

    Guillaume de l'Isle:  Hemisphere Meridional pour voir plus distinctement les Terres Australes

    Paris, 1714

    First edition of the important map of the southern hemisphere by de l'Isle in early strong colours, first published in 1714. This early map of the South Polar regions became the standard map for...

    Hemisphere Meridional pour voir plus distinctement les Terres Australes
    11296

    Old coloured map of Australia, South Polar Region. Printed in Paris in the year 1714.

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  • 1806 - Homann Erben

    Homann Erben:  Charte von America nach astronomischen Bestimmungen, den neusten Nachrichten und Charten...

    Homann Erben, Nuremberg, 1806

    Copper engraved map of America, published in 1806 by Homann Heirs. The detailed map is not exactly aligned to the north and shows the latest discoveries of the late 18th Century. The details in...

    Charte von America nach astronomischen Bestimmungen, den neusten...
    11295

    Old coloured map of the American continent. Printed in Nuremberg by Homann Erben in 1806.

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