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Deutschland, Physische Uebersicht

"Deutschland, Physische Uebersicht"

Map published 1897 shows the topography of Germany and surrounding countries using colors to show altitude.
In the upper left is the color key. On the right is a comparison of the elevations of major mountains and valleys.

Map has a vertical centerfold. Light age toning in margins. Creases in lower marging corners.

36 x 50 cm ( 14.1 x 19.6 ")

$ 85.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND248851


"Karten zu den deutschen Einheitskriegen"

Detailed map published 1896. In the upper left is France with Paris in the center.
Below are detailed maps of Koenigsgratz, Paris, Metz and Sedan.
Horizontal centerfold. Pleasant age toning.

29 x 22.5 cm ( 11.4 x 8.8 ")

$ 55.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND248778

"Ditmarsiae pars Septrionalis" Copper etching by Johannes Meier (Mejer)( 1606-1674) Husum. Dated 1650. Fine original hand coloring.

The mouth and course of the Eider River dominate this detailed map. The Eider River "flows out" the lower right corner. To the left of the title at the top is Friedrichstadt. In the lower center area in red is Heide (Heyde). Of special interest are the three detailed insets at the top of the map. In the upper left-hand corner is a plan of Wesselburen. To its right is a plan of Lunden. The somewhat larger plan in the upper right is Heide and surrounding area.

Map has very wide margins and hardly any spotting. Vertical centerfold. Overall condition is Almost Very Good for a map this age.

39.5 x 59.5 cm ( 19.4 x 23.4 ")

$ 680.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1375

"Typus Geographiens Ducat Lauenburgici". Copper engraving by Johann Baptis Homann and son George Homann. Dated 1729. Hand coloring.

For orientation Hamburg is on the left side center. Lauenburg is in the lower center of the map. At the top center of the map is Bad Segeberg. In the lower right is Hitzacker on the Elbe River. In the upper right is Travemunde. Notice the decorative cartouche showing an angel holding a coat-of-arms being shown to a soldier in armor. In the upper left is an inset of the Lauenburg region.

Map has a horizontal centerfold that has been reinforced and does not "fold" anymore. A few minor scattered spots.

56.5 x 48 cm ( 22.2 x 18.9 ")

$ 480.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1378

"Saxoniae Misniae, Turingae, nova exactissimaque descriptio.". Copper etching by Abraham Ortelius . Published in Antwerp 1590. Modern hand coloring.

This map shows the regions of Thuringia, Saxony and Lower and Upper Lusatia. The map reaches as far south as Prague. It reaches as far west as Hameln in Lower Saxony and as far east as the Oder and Neisse rivers. Verso: Text in Latin.

Map has overall light age toning and a small repaired tear in lower margin on the centerfold. General condition is Almost Very Good.

34.2 x 50.4 cm ( 13.5 x 19.8 ")

$ 780.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND239157

"Palatinatus Bavariae"

Copper engraving by Janssonius. Published in Amsterdam ca 1640.

Original hand coloring. Verso: Text in French about Bavaria.

Shows the Palitanate, Lower Bavaria, and Franconia. Themap extends south to the Danube River from the mouth of the Lech River to Straubing and Naternberg.

The map has light age toning. In the right and left lower areas are water stains.

Along the centerfold is light browning and a parallel crease.

36.5 x 49 cm ( 14.1 x 19.2 ")

$ 225.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND238215

"Bavariae Pars Inferior cum insertis et adjacentibus Regionibus non solus in ejusdem Ditiones Generales sed etiam in earundem Praefecturas Particulares exactissime divisa per Nicolaum Visscher…"

Type of print: Copper etching

Color: Very beautiful original hand coloring

Author: Nicolaes Visscher II. (1649-1702)

Published: In Visscher's world atlas

Published in: Amsterdam; ca. 1700

Condition: This map is in very good condition. Especially the colors are bright and pleasant. Centerfold in parts reenforced.

48 x 57 cm ( ca. 18.9 x 22.4")

$ 280.00

Order Nr.DEUTSCHLAND239656

"Des Kur Kreises Noerdliche Aemter Belzig und Gomern mit der Grafschaft Barby." Copper etching in original hand coloring from the "Postal Atlas", Reilly, Vienna, 1791.

The Elbe River with Magdeburg in the upper left and Witterberg lower center figures prominantly in this map. Belzig is somewhat right of center. In the lower right is Luetterbock and Goelsdorf.

Map has vertical fold to fit atlas size. Wide margins. One tiny spot in map image.

24 x 30.3 cm ( 9.4 x 11.9 ")

$ 120.00


"Preuss. Prov. Sachsen u. die Thueringischen Staaten." Lithograph after C. Bauer and Tr. Bromme . Published in Stuttgart, 1862. Original outline coloring.

This map reaches from Wittstock and dahlenburg in the north to Bambery and Bayreuth in the south. On the left center is Goettingen. Finsterwalde is on the right center of this detailed. Map has color-coordinated information on the right side that explains the political and royal divisions shown by various colors on the map.

Map has a horizontal centerfold to fit book size. A few hardly visible spots.

37.7 x 28.7 cm (14.8 x 11.2 ")

$ 40.00


"Nova Totius Germaniae Descriptio. Teütschland". Copper engraving from " Theatrum Europaeum" ca. 1660 M. Merian.

Map shows present Germany and the surrounding countries. The Danube "flows" into the lower right corner. In the lower left is part of Savoy and Burgundy by the title cartouche. At the bottom center is the northern part of the Adriactic Sea.

Map has vertical fold. A few minor spots in margins.

26.5 x 35.7 cm ( 10.4 x 14 ")

$ 140.00


"Li Due Circoli Dell´Alto E Basso Reno secondo le Osservazione Dell'Accademia Delle Scienze" Copper engraving from an Italian source, ca 1760. Modern hand coloring.

The Rhine River "flows in " at the bottom center of the map and "flows out" in the upper left where it is joined by the Moselle River. In the upper right is Northheim and Einbeck and in the lower right is Ulm on the Danube.

Map is printed on heavy paper with wide margins. Three tiny worm holes in right margin. Light graying on plate mark.

17 x 13.4 cm ( 6.6 x 5.2 ")

$ 95.00



"Frankenlandt a, Mayn beschriben nach aller gelegenheit in Stetten Bergen Waessern Waeldern und anstassenden Laendern" Woodcut by Sebastian Muenster, ca 1550. Modern hand coloring.

This map is south-oriented with "west" on the right side and "east" on the left side. Bamberg and Schweinfurt are near the center of the map. In the upper left are Amberg and Sulzbach. In the lower left is a bit of the Thueringerwald. In the upper right is a loup of the Neckar river by Hochhausen. Inthe lower right is Gromberg, Ortenburg and Hirtzing. Text on half of backside.

Map has overall light age toning with some very minimal spotting in margins. Edges are partially frayed. Light staining on upper margin edge. Two tiny holes in upper margin near centerfold. The general condition for this 450 year-old map is Almost Very Good.

30.3 x 36.2 cm ( 11.9 x 14.2 ")

$ 470.00


"Colton's Germany No. 1"

Type of print: Lithograph

Color: Original hand coloring

Publisher: George W. Colton

Published in: "Colton's Atlas of the World illustrating physical and political geography"

Published: New York, 1856

Map basically includes North Germany. The colored part as far east as Mecklenburg. West: To the Dutch border. South: To Lower Saxony. Two insets: "Hamburg" and "Bremen" A decorative bordure frames this attractive map.

Condition: Light general age toning. Very attractive, bright colors. . Reverse side is blank.

32 x 39,5 cm (ca. 12.6 x 15.6")

$ 80.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 239545

"Colton's Germany No. 2"

Type of print: Lithograph

Color: Original hand coloring

Publisher: George W. Colton

Published in: "Colton's Atlas of the World illustrating physical and political geography"

Published: New York, 1856

Map basically shows Central Germany. North: Westphalia, southern Lower Saxony. East: Saxonia. Soiuth: Franconia. West: To the borders of The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and the north-eastern corner of France.A decorative bordure frames this attractive map.

Condition: Light general age toning. Very attractive, bright colors. . Reverse side is printed.

32 x 39,5 cm (ca. 12.6 x 15.6")

$ 80.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 239549

„Pommern" Pommerania

Published in Meyers Kleiner Handatlas. Leipzig, 1892

Very few minor traces of age and use. Vertical centerfold

20 x 26.4 cm (7.9" x 10.4")

$ 60.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP237909

"Mecklenburg und Pommern"

Detailed map of the German Prvinces on the Baltic Sea. Published 1894.

Vertical centerfold to fit original atlas size. Light age toning in margins.

21 x 28 cm ( 8.2 x 11 ")

$ 45.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND249032


"Entwicklung Preussens II"

Historical map showing the development of Prussia since 1806.
This map was published 1896. Vertical centerfold. Small crease in lower right margin corner.

22.2 x 29 cm ( 8.6 x 11.4 ")

$ 45.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND248779

„La Silesia Suoer Divisa ne suoi Principati Di nuova Projezione"

Copper etching. Original hand coloring.

Published by Antonio ZattaVenice. Dated 1779

Very detailed map of the area around Oppeln (Opole), Frankenstein, Neisse and into the border area of Moravia

Impeccable condition.

31 x41 cm (ca. 12.2 x 16.1")

$ 250.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP 238086

„La Palatinati di Posnania, Gniesno, Brzesc, Kalisz e Inowroclaw.

Tratto dall'Atlante Polacco del Sig. Rizzi Zanoni"

Copper etching G. Pitteri after G. Zuluiani for Antonio Zatta. Original hand coloring.

Published by Antonio Zatta

Venice. Dated 1781

Very detailed map

Impeccable condition.

31,5 x40,8 cm (ca. 12.4 x 16")

$ 280.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP 238087

„Ducatus Silesiae Tabula geographica generalis statui hodierno, ei nempe qui post pacem Dresdensem locum obtinetl, adaptata iustaque Graduatione rectificata per Tob. Maier Norimbergae Impensis Homannianorum Heredum"

Originally hand-colored copper etching. Published by the heirs of the famous Nuremberg publishing house. Ca. 1750

The title of the map indicates that this map was designed and printed after the Peace of Dresden on December 25, 1745. This peace treaty between Prussia and Austria (which was allied with Saxonia, Great Britain, and The Netherlands ended the Second Silesian War. It was Austria's decisive loss of possessing Silesia which became Prussian.

Quite detailed and very acurate map of Silesia. Across the top is title in the French language.

Map has some pleasant age toning patina and is in very good condition. Two decorative baroque cartouches (title cartoche topped with the Silesian Eagle and scale cartouche with explanatory text) embellish this beautiful map.

45.5 x 54 cm (17.9 x 21.3")

$ 480.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP 237904

„Silisiae Typus Descriptus et editus a Martino HeilwigNeisense, et Nobili vito Nicolao Rhedinger dedicatus. Anno 1561"

Hand-colored copper etching. Published in the first atlas ever printed: „Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" by Abraham Ortelius. The author, Martin Helwig (1516-1574).designed and dated his Silesia map, the oldest ever, in 1561. This map was acquired by Abraham Ortelius and used in his above named atlas in Antwerp in the year 1570.

Very decorative map, handsomely hand-colored. Text verso is latin.

Very wide margins. Left and right margin corner s, far awy from image, have been professionally added. A very attractive map, the oldest of Silesia

27.7 x 38.3 cm (10.9 x 15.1")

$ 650.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP 237905

„Borussia integra accuratiori stylo delineata a Christoph Weigelio Norib"

Copper etching by Christoph Weigel. Nuremberg, 1720. The original hand coloring shows a momentary area around 1720 with Polish possessions, so that this map is historically a very interesting document.

Excellent condition.

32 x 37.3 cm (12.6 x 14.7")

Order Nr. POLANDMAP 237906SOLD

Region of Neisse in Silesia

"Ducatus Silesiae Grotganus cum Districtu Episcoplai Nissensi". Copper etching by Wilhelm Janzoon Blaeu. Published in Amsterdam, ca. 1635. Original coloring (royal coloring)with gold highlights!

This beautifully colored map shows the region around Neisse on the Neisse river south of Breslau. The cities on the map are highlighted in gold.The map is east oriented. The two cartouches at the bottom have a marbled effect. Notice the lively scene around the title cartouche. It shows country people going about their daily work such as harvesting and spinning wool. Verso: Text in Spanish.

Map has browning along the centerfold, especially at the top and bottom. Some wormholes on the right and left edges. Overall condition is Very Good.

39 x 52.8 cm ( 15.4 x 20.8 ")

$ 750.00



"Landtcarte Uon dem Daenischen Walde". Copper etching by Mejer-Husum, 1652. Modern hand coloring.

At the top of the map is the Ecklnforder Bay and in the lower right is the Kieler Bay and at the bottom Kiel. A very detailed map of the area.

All margins have been widened. Repaired tear in lower right area of map. Map image is very clean. General condition is otherwise Good.

24 x 30.2 cm ( 9.4 x 11.8 ")

$ 240.00


"Carte de la Prusse occidentale où sont tracés les Provinces cédées par la Pologne au roi de Prusse" Copper etching by P. Santini after a map from Homann from 1775. Published in Venice in 1766. Modern hand coloring.

Western Prussia is the theme of this map that reaches from Kolberg on the Baltic Sea in the west to the Gulf of Danzig in the east.

Map has overall light age toning and light browning along the centerfold. In the lower margin is a brown spot and in the lower left corner is a crease. General condition is Almost Very Good.

44.8 x 64.8 cm ( 17.6 x 25.5 ")

$ 540.00



"Ducatus Meklenburgici Tabula Generalis continens Duc. Vandaliae et Meklenburg Comitatum et Episcopatum Swerinensem Rostockiense et Stargardiense Dominum." Copper etching in original hand-coloring from the atlas by Jophann Baptist Homann, Nuremberg, 1723

A rich baroque title cartouche, decorated with cherubs and Neptune as a putto and a very pleasant coloring make this map a desireable collertoprÔs item or a beautiful wall decoration. In the upper left is Eutin and a bit further down on the left side is Lauenburg. At the bottom center is Wittenberg. In the upper right is the island of Rugen and in the lower right is Strasburg and Rutenberg.

The map is clean. Some minor just about invisible spotting in margins are insignificant.

43.5 x 58 cm ( 17.1 x 22.8 ")

$ 540.00


"Botanische Karte von Deutschland enthalten dier vornehmsten Pflanzen Familien so wie die Isotheren und Isochimen" Steel etching for J. Meyer, ca 1855. Original outline coloring.

For botanists, this map is of special interest. It shows the isotheres and isochimene of Germany that influence plant life. In the lower right are the abbreviations of the plant families. Scatter all over the map - also includes part of France - Are the list of the plant families and data.

Map has a vertical centerfold. Tiny worm hole in upper right corner margin.

20.4 x 24.8 cm ( 8 x 9.7 ")

$ 55.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND235477

"Landtcarte von dem Furstenthumbe Stormarn.".Copper etching by Johannes Meier (Mejer)( 1606-1674) Husum. Dated 1650. Fine hand coloring.

In the lower center of the map is Hamburg on the Elbe. The map reaches as far north as Neumuenster and Endorp. In the lower right corner is Lauenborg on the Stecknitz River. In the upper left is the town of Bocklenbur.

Map has overall age toning and scattered spotting in margins and visible on the backside. The outer margins are lighter than the map, probably having been under a frame or passpartout. Map has vertical centerfold. Small repairs in left and right margins that are hardly visible.

39.5 x 54.5 cm ( 15.5 x 21.4 ")


Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1377

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