5613 - 5827 PRINTS - FOREIGN TOPOGRAPHY. MAPS, PLANS, VIEWS
- (Sl.) yellowed; restored tear in left blank margin.
= Van den Broecke 167; Van der Krogt/ Koeman IIIB, 8200:31.
- Sl. creased; blank margins w. sm. closed tears and waterstains.
= Cartographical study assignment by a cadet of the KMA of Breda, possibly C.J.G. baron van Hardenbroek van 's-Heeraartsberg en Bergambacht, at the time "luitenant en ordonnansofficier ZM".
AND 2 others: a manuscript map and a legend by L.C.J.M. VAN OVEREEM (both pen and ink and watercolour, ±20x20/ 32x42 cm., Kampen, 1896/ 1897).
- Duststained and sl. foxed; a few tears on folds.
= Impressive battle-plan of a notoriously bloody and traumatic battle.
- A few former vertical folds; trifle yellowed/ dustsoiled; sm. waterstain in lower right corner of image.
= Nice cartographic study, based on the methods of the French military corps of "ingénieurs-géographes", established by Vauban in 1696.
AND 1 other similar by the same (dated "7e Meij 1776").
- Yellowed; w. central vertical fold; edges mounted under passepartout. = Poortman p.201.
- Unobtrusive (closed) tear in image in centre below title banner, otherwise fine (not examined outside frame).
= Laor 1155; Poortman/ Augusteijn 27, 4, 2nd state (w. the address of Nicolaus Visscher, also still w. "CIVisscher excud." in the plate).
AND 2 others from the same series and publ. by the same, both handcol., 1x framed: "Het Beloofde Landt Canaan (...)" and "Geographische Beschryvinghe van de Wandeling der Apostelen (...)" (both fine).
- A few lightbrown spots in lower centre of image and sm. closed hole in sea area. = Not in Laor.
AND 2 others of the Holy Land, both handcol.: "Carte de la Terre Sainte Divisée selon les Douze Tribus d'Israel" (publ. Covens/ Mortier. A few creases) and "Palaestina seu Terra Sancta" (from C. CELLARIUS, Notitiae orbis antiqui, 1706).
- Very sm. tear at lower end of middle fold, touching the address just below the borderline. Otherwise fine (not examined outside frame).
= Laor 1150; Poortman/ Augusteijn 29, G II3 4 (with the address of Pieter and Jacob Keur).
AND 1 other handcol. engr. map from the same work, also framed: "De Gelegentheyt van 't Paradys en 't Landt Canaan (...)" (fine).
- Oblique crease; left fold (as publ.) possibly w. sm. tears at ends. A fine copy, not examined outside frame.
= Poortman/ Augusteijn 28.2 ("prachtige, zeer grote kaarten"). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVI.
AND 2 others from the same work, a map and a plan, both handcol. and unif. framed/ in matching frame: "Sortie des Enfans d'Israel hors d'Egypte (...)" (map w. large vignette. Some vague offsetting) and "Ierusalem" (plan surrounded by 12 vignettes. (Sm.) closed tear at lower end of right marginal fold and middle fold).
= Nice and fine map of the southwestern corner of Poland, with the city Breslau/ Wrocław.
- A few sm. brown stains in image. = Van der Krogt/ Koeman I, 6300:1B.
"Novissima Regnorum Portugalliae et Algarbiae Descriptio". Engr. map w. 2 fine cartouches, 58x48,5 cm., Amst., F. de Wit, ±1680.
- Vague yellowish offsetting; yellowed/ partly sl. frayed along margins; two sm. marginal tears.
AND another copy of the second map, this ed. publ. by Covens & Mortier and w. handcol. borders (two unobtrusive former folds).
- Without "Die erst Tafel" showing Switzerland. Both maps sl. yellowed and w. a few foxed spots; the first also w. 4 tiny wormholes.
= Both lvs. w. large woodcut headpiece on verso and w. signature marks resp. "IX" and "X".
- Trifle yellowed; right upper blank corner repaired.
= Covering Ukraine and Baltics in the west and China, Korea, and the Pacific Ocean in the east, centered on Siberia and Independent Tartary; Nova Zembla joined with the mainland.
- Closed tear at foot of middle fold; blank margins sl. yellowed/ soiled.
= Map with decorative and nicely coloured cartouche, and with a whaling scene in the Barents Sea.
- Lower part of middle fold strengthened/ closed tear; sm. stain in lower right blank corner, sl. affecting image.
= Attractive map in intense colours. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVI.
- Sl. age-toned and w. a few vague and small browned spots. Not examined out of frame.
= Van den Broecke 162 ("interesting folkore on eating, religion, and "burial" of the dead in trees in texts and pictures on the right hand side of the plate"); Van der Krogt/ Koeman IIIB, 1800:31. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVII.
- Some vague foxing; a few very sm. (burn)holes.
- Foxed; sl. creased at left side.
ADDED: "Terki, Ville de la Circassie, dans l'Asie." Engr. view, 29x34,3 cm., Leyden, P. van der Aa, 1719 (middle-fold; yellowed). - AND 4 other miscell. maps and views.
- Middle fold entirely split and closed; yellowed along middle fold; otherwise trifle spotted.
= Van der Krogt/ Koeman I, 8050:1B.