5613 - 5827 PRINTS - FOREIGN TOPOGRAPHY. MAPS, PLANS, VIEWS
- Lacking 152 plates and a few textlvs; maps frayed along blank margins; paper brittle; lvs. occas. foxed/ dustsoiled/ waterst./ w. a few tears; not in page-order. Covers dam. Sold w.a.f.
= Koeman 2:221. Contains maps of both vols., but mainly of Germany, i.a. Swabenlandt, De Opper-Pfaltz, Eerste- en Tweede Quartier van Brabant, Het Graefschap Champagne and Het Landtygraefschap Elsasz. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIX.
- Creased and fingersoiled; possibly a section of a larger view.
= View of the castle in Ostrov nad Ohří (German Schlackenwerth), north-west Bohemia.
ADDED 2 others: "The part of Europe eastward of Germany (...) comprizing Hungary, Sclavonia, Dalmatia, Transilvania, Moldavia and Walachia" (engr. map w. handcol. borders, 18th cent.) and an engr. view of Reval (Tallinn) and Narva/ Ivangorod on 1 leaf (17th cent.).
- Sl. age-toned; trifle creased; strip of tape from former mounting along upper margin.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.
- Flattened middle fold split at ends; trifle yellowed; sl. narrow margins (±1 cm.).
= Impressive map of a small part of the coastline of Brazil and of the Manguaba river, after Cornelis Goliath and Georg Markgraf, who surveyed the lands occupied by the Dutch between 1630 and 1654. Three sea battles fought in 1640 are shown below, and the upper part of the map shows Tupi leaving their village, carrying a (Dutch) flag and led by a (Dutch) man. This map was first published in Caspar Barlaeus' Rerum per octennium in Brasilia of 1647, and could also function as the lower right sheet of a 9-sheet wall map, Brasilia qua parte paret Belgis; the places where the sheets overlapped are marked by faint lines at the left. Van der Krogt/ Koeman II, 9850/4:2D.
- Occas dustsoiled/ folded/ sl. browned/ waterst.
= Includes no. 48-50, 61-64, 69-71, 75, 76, 103-106, 109, 110, 113-116, 121-126, 128, 137-146, 151-157, 159-165, 174-179, 184-186. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.
- Browned/ foxed; a few (closed) tears in blank margins.
= Map of eastern Canada showing Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Labrador and the Davis and Hudson Straits as well as the southern tip of Greenland. Van der Krogt/ Koeman II, 9130:2.
- Printer's flaw along middle fold; sm. tear in lower blank margin.
= Edition without three compass roses. Tooley, The Mapping of America no.60.
- Sl. foxed. Otherwise fine.
= I.a. showing the Russian bear, the German eagle and the French cockerel. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXI.
- Very fine copy.
= The protagonists of the participating countries in World War I shown as dogs. Explanatory remarks in legend by W. Emanuel. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXI.
- Flattened vertical middle fold; verso w. sm. ruststain from paperclip.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXII.
- Both maps folded once. Otherwise fine.
= With printed alongside: "Neudruck 1914" (in left margin) and "Preis der Doppelkarte 30 Pf. 10% dieses Preises erhält das "Central-Comité vom Roten Kreuz" (in right margin, flanked by the logo of the Red Cross). Rare.
- Left and right margin cut short; both folded once; sl. frayed; two fragments of caption below second map censored(?).
- Frayed; a few tears (2x into image); tipped onto mount w. yellowed tape.
= Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVI.
- All folded multiple times; occas. sl. foxed and stained.
= Showing roughly the area from Kabardino-Balkaria and Chechnya in the north to the Turkish-Armenian border south of Yerevan.
- A few foxed specks; two sm. strips of brown paper in upper outer blank margin.
= This decorative celestial chart was published 5 times between 1684 and 1792. With the adress of Johannes de Ram badly erased. Cf. Koeman IV, p.5. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIII.
- Sl. creased and frayed; vertically folded; central part strengthened on verso.
"Pascaerte vande Canael, tußchen Engelandt en Vranckryck." Engr. chart, 43,5x55 cm., Amst., J. van Loon, ±1700.
- Sl. creased, soiled and a few stains; vertically folded.
AND 1 other chart showing the North Sea.
- Badly browned; large restored tear.
AND 2 others: "Flandriae Teutonicae pars orientalior" (handcol. engr. map w. cartouche, Amst., W. and J. Blaeu, ±1647. Browned; defects in blank margins) and "Belgii Veteris typus" (handcol. engr. map w. 2 cartouches by P. KAERIUS after A. ORTELIUS, Amst., ±1655. Defects). [Coll. ABN AMRO].
- Mounted; browned. = From De Nieuwe Groote Lichtende Zee-Fakkel. Koeman, Keu (62), State 1.
- All rolled; partly w. folds and sl. dam.