A very decorative double hemisphere celestial chart. The smaller circular diagram showing the rotation of the Planets, according to Tycho Brahe, Ptolemy and Copernicus. Further decorated with...10043
Old coloured celestial map. Printed circa 1750.
Regiae Celsitudinis Sabaudicae Status in quo Ducatus Sabaudiae Principat. Pedemontium ut et...
Augsburg, circa 1760
Old coloured map of the Piedmont and Savoy regions by Tobias Lotter. Covering the area between Geneva in the north, Milan and Genoa in the east and Nice in the south. With a beautiful large...11514
Old coloured map of Rhone-Alpes, Savoy, Piemonte. Printed in Augsburg circa 1760.
Atlas Geographicus portatilis XXIX mappis orbis habitabilis regna exhibens ... Kurzgefasste...
Augsburg, circa 1762
Pocket atlas of T. Lotter and T. Lobeck. Bound with "Kurzgefasste Geographie" of Lobeck. With 1 World map, 1 Celestial map, 37 european maps including 14 maps of Germany not mentioned in index.10296
Old coloured pocket atlas by Tobias Lotter. With 43 engraved maps. Published in Augsburg in 1762.
Globus Terrestris ad Sphaeram Obliquam Delineatus / Globus Coelestis cum Astrodictico Artificiali...
Hand colored engraving showing terrestrial and celestial globes.10040
Old coloured engraving of a pair of globes. Published in 1774.
Borussiae Regnum complectens Circulos Sambiensem, Natangiensem et Hockerlandiae nec non Borussia...
T.C. Lotter, Augsburg, 1759
Decorative copper engraved map of Poland by T. C. Lotter. Covering the area around Dantzig (Gdansk), Elbing (Elblag) and Königsberg (Krolewiec). The map has a highly decorative figurative and...10458
Old coloured map of East Prussia. Printed in Augsburg by T.C. Lotter in 1759.
America Meridionalis Concinnata juxta Observationes Dnn Acad
Coloured copper engraving showing South America. After a map of De l'Isle.10005
Old coloured map of South America. Printed circa 1770.
Germaniae Aliorumque Quorundam Loco-rum Europae Poliometria
Distance table from L.C. Lotter, with nice cartouche and explanation of usage.10066
Old coloured distance chart. Printed circa 1750.