Alte Landkarten von Deutschland (Seite 6)
Antique Maps of Germany (Page 6)
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Rhenoberca obsessa et capta Armis Ordinum Belgicae Foederatae...1601
Anonymous copper etching. Published by Johann Blaeu in Amsterdam (1663-1665). This one with original hand coloring by Anna Beek. Published as unicum in the sense that Anna Beek hand-colored this print herself and published it in the famous Anna-Beek-Collection. The Hague, 1705
Shows Rheinberg on the river Rhine in 1601 when it was sieged during the Spanish Netherland War between 1592 and 1617 by Moritz von Oranien.
Excellent hand coloring. Very minor traces of age and use. Near excellent condition! Since there is only one such print with Anna Beek's hand coloring, it has museum quality and significance.
44.5 x 55 cm (17.5 x 21.7")
Order Nr. NORTHRHINEWESTPHALIA 05480
"Sued - Westliches Deutschland und die Schweiz"
Steel engraving by C. Vogel for
Stieler. Dated 1871.
Very detailed map showing the political divisions of the time. These divisions are named and described in the title inset in the lower right corner. The topography is emphasized on the map, especially the mountainous areas.
Map has a repair on the lower
margin centerfold reaching 16 cm on centerfold. It does not
disturb the overall impression.
31 x 38.5 cm ( 12.2 x 15.1 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLANDMAP238367
"Sued-West Deutschland und Schweiz"
Steel engraving by H. Eberhardt
und Wilh. Weiler for Stieler. Dated 1871.
Very detailed map with Luzern in the center. In the upper left is Chatel, Eseles and Darney in France. In the upper right the map extends as far as Ziementshausen and Krumbach in Swabia. Annecy and Albens are in the lower right corner. In the lower right corner is the northwestern corner of Lombardia with Bagotino and Pisogne in the corner area.
Map has minor spotting in lower margin. Small repair in lower margin on centerfold.
33 x 40 cm ( 12.9 x 15.7 ")
Order Nr. SWISSMAP238243
East-oriented copper etching by Jonas Scultetus. Original hand coloring
Publisher: Blaeu. Amsterdam, ca. 1650
Condition: Minimal traces of age and use in margins. Otherwise very good. Reverse side has explanatory text in German
Map image: 41.5 x 51.2 cm (16.3 x 20.1 ")
Order Nr. POLAND237838
"Deutschland nach seiner Einteilung in zehn Kreise........."
Wood engraving printed in color by Wilhelm Puetz, 1896.
Map has folds to fit original book size. Tiny repaired tear on lower margin edge.
24.5 x 29 cm ( 9.6 x 11.4 ")
Order Nr. DEAUSCHLAND245814
"Deutschland nach seinen Territorien in Mittelalter....."
Wood engraving by Wilhelm
Puetz, 1896. Map has folds to fit original book size.
24.5 x 30.5 cm ( 9.6 x 12 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND245803
"Cercle de Franconie suivant les Nouvelles Obeservations …"
Copper engraving by Pierre ( Petrus ) van der Aa in Leiden, ca 1725. Original hand coloring.
This map was published in a small edition which makes it quite rare.
Bamberg is in the center of the map. In the lower center is Pappenheim and in the upper left is Fulda.
The map has overall age tony and some spotting in the margins. The lower margin has been cut.
Size of map including the border: 26 x 38.2 cm ( 10.2 x 15 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND243627
"K.W. Oberamt Oberndorf herausgegeben von dem K. statistisch topographischen Bureau 1868."
Lithograph after G.F. Krauss in Stuttgart 1870. Some light green outline color.
Map has vertical and horizontal folds to fit original book size. In the lower eft margin is a small repaired tear.
Image with title: 39.7 x 37.5 cm ( 15.6 x 14.7 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND243790
"Marchionatus Onoldini Comitatus Oettingensis Praepostiturae Elevacensis et
Hand-colored copper engraving map by Tobias Conrad Lotter after Albrecht Carl Seutter.
Published in Augsburg ca 1760.
The cartouche is a baroque masterpiece
Very detailed map of a small geographical area.
The map has several vertical and horizontal folds that are hardly visible.
Their are some repairs that are visible on the reverse side but not showing on the front side.
57.5 x 49.cm ( 22.6 x 10.2 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND243626SOLD
"Delineatio Nordgoviae Veteris prout ejus facies Seculo XI. & XII…"
Copper engraving by Johamm Heinrich von Falkenstein.
Published in Nuremberg 1733 by Homann Heirs.
Very fine map in excellent original hand coloring.
Except for small worm holes in lowe margin, the map is in excellent condition.
The inset shows the Fossa Carolina that was built in 793 between Rezat and Altkuhl.
Most towns have Latinized names.
. 46 x 55 cm ( 18.1 x 21.6 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND243628
Map shows the early regions of Germany with their very old Celtic and Latin names.
Steel engraving by Th. Ducotenoy, 1838. Vertical folds to fit original book size.
18 x 22.5 cm ( 7 x 8.8 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND243195
"Deutschland 1815 bis 1860. Italien 1815 bis zur Gegenwart"
The political situation of
Germany is shown in the time from 1815 to 1866. Below the
map are very detailed insets
Map was published in 1896. Vertical centerfold.
22.5 x 29 cm ( 8.8 x 11.4 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND248723
"Nassovia Comitatus". Copper etching by Wilhelm Janzoon Blaeu, Amsterdam, ca 1640. Modern hand coloring.
This map shows the early region of Nassau between Koblenz in the west and Giessen in the east. Wiesbaden is in the south and Olpe in the north. A wappen of the Nassau nobility is in the upper right corner.
Map has light age toning and some light smudgin in margins. Overall condition is Almost Very Good.
38.1 x 49.5 cm ( 15 x 19.5 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1280SOLD
"L'Allemagne, La Bohême, et la Hongrie avec une partie de la Pologne". Copper etching by Rigobert Bonne (1729-1795) for "Atlas de toutes les parties connues du globe terrestre" by Guillaume Thomas Francois Raynal (1713-1796). Published 1780 in Geneva. Modern hand coloring.
This map shows the former borders of Germany. In the upper right is part of Lithuania and in the lower right is Transyvania and part of Bulgaria. At the bottom is part of the Gulf of Venice and further right a bit of the Gulf of Genua. Above the title cartouche is Rheims in France.
Map has minor spotting in margins and is otherwise in Almost Very Good condition.
20.5 x 31.2 cm ( 8 x 12.3 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1250
„Carte de la Mer d'Allemagne Contenant les Bancs Isles et Costes Comprises depuis Bergen et les Isles Schetland jusques au Pas de Calais". Copper etching by Henri van Loon. Published by „Depot de la Marine". Paris 1693
This is an extra large sea chart of the North Sea shows the coast lines of Norway from Bergen south to the Skagerrak, of the west coast of Denmark, the North Sea coast of Germany, Holland, Belgium, northern France as well as the east coast of England, Scotland plus all the islands along those coastlines , North, East and West Frisia. Quite detailed: the Orkney and Shetland Islands.
Map has general rather heavy age toning giving it patina. Upper margin has bee widened. Centerfold has been reenforced. Some worm holes along centerfold have been covered up. There are still some small worm holes left. But they are not disturbing.
61 x 86 cm (24 x 33.9")
Order Nr. BRITISHISLES 1155
„Carte Generale des Costes de L'Europe sur L'Ocean Comprises depuis Drontheim en Norvege jusques au Detroit de Gibraltar!
Copper etching by Pierre Mortier. Published by „Depot de la Marine". Paris, 1693
This extra large sea chart shows The North Sea and the eastern partof the North Atlantic. Portolan chart of Western Europe showing the coast lines of Norway, Denmark, the North Sea coast of Germany, Holland, Belgium, France, the Atlantic coast of Span, Portugal, Great Britain, Ireland and all the islands along the mentioned coastlines. Also shown: Madera, Porto Sancto, the Azore Islands, the Orkney Islands, Shetland Islands, the Faroese Islands, the Hebrides, St. Kilda, Rokol Island and the west coast of Iceland.
Map has general age toning. Upper margin is narrow.
60 x 85.5 cm (23.6 x 33.7").
Order Nr. BRIT ISHISLES1154
"Territory Basiliensis nova descriptio".
Copper etching by Peter Kaerius and
ed. by Johann Janssonius, Amsterdam, ca 1650.
Basel is right in the center of this
3-country region. In the upper left is part of Alsass and
northern Burgundy. In the northeast, enclosed
Map has light toning and a small spot in
left margin. Small repaired tears in upper and lower margins
on centerfold. General condition is
37.7 x 48.8 cm ( 14.8 x 19.2 ")
Order Nr. CH1525
"Germaniae veteris typus". Copper etching by Wilhelm Janzoon Blaeu, Amsterdam, ca 1640. Recent hand coloring.
This very attractive historical map of Germany was concepted after the map of Abraham Ortelius. It shows the area from the North Sea and Baltic Sea in the north to south of the alps and the Adriatic Sea in the south. In the west is Holland and the mouth of the Rhine. In the east is the Weichsel river. The towns and cities from the time of Charles the Great (8-9 centuries) are in the legend in the lower left and especially marked on the map. In the upper left is the title cartouche, in the lower right a cartouche giving mention that this map was made after one by Ortelius. Verso: Text in German.
The map has light toning and repaired tears in upper and lower margins along center fold. There is a small repaired tear in the lower right margin corner as well as small reapaired tears in upper and lower margins. In the upper part of the map is a crease along the center fold. There is a spot in upper margins and one on the lower left margin. General condition is Almost Very Good.
37.8 x 48 cm ( 14.9 x 18.9 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1240
„Le Cercle de Souabe subdivise en tous les Etats qui le composent..." (Swabia, Germany). Copper etching by Nicolas Sanson. Published by Jean Covens and Cornelius Mortier. Amsterdam, ca. 1740. Excellent hand coloring.
This very decorative, oversize map of Swabia reaches roughly from Colmar (Alsace) to Regensburg and from Rotheburg ob der Tauber to Lake Constance (and a liitle beyond).
Lower right has the decorative title cartouche, upper left a multi-mileage scale. The individual principalities are named in text above image.
Map is very clean. Because of its oversize it had to have several horizontal and vertical folds to fit atlas size. Very wide margins. Some traces of age and use. But generally, especially because of its superb color quality, this map ihas a very good appearance. Small piece missing on upper right margin edge.
Image: 56 x 85.5 cm ( 22 x 33.7")
Entire page: 66 x 108 cm ( 26 x 42.5")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1426
Course of the River Rhine from well to the North Sea. „Die erst Tafel innhaltend das Schweytzerlande - Die ander Tafel des Rheinstroms begreiffend die Pfaltz /( Westerreich / Eyfel/ et. - Die dritte Tafel des Rheinstroms unhaltend das Nioder Teutschlande"
Woodcut from „Cosmographia" by Sebastian Muenster. Basel, ca. 1550. Very attractively hand-colored.
The river Rhein with all its tributeries from Switzerland, through the Western part of Austria, through France, Germany and Holland. The complete run of the Mosel river is a welcome side effect of this decorative maps into which Sebastian Muenster has also drawn mountains and forests.
The three maps were meant to be and are joined together to form a long oversize wall map. Map has general age toning and, in margins, traces of age and use and a few spots. As this map is extraordinary in size, it has several vertical folds to fit the original book size. Reverse side has the three titles repeated. The overall appearance is very good and attractive.
Page size: 36.2 x 113.7 cm (14.3 x 44.8")
Ortder Nr. D EUTSCHLAND 1428
"Altgermanen und die Sued-Donau Laender um die Mitte des V (funf)ten Jahrhunderts. Copper engraving from Dr. Karl von Spruner's "Historisch-Geographischer Hand Atlas". Published in Gotha, 1846. Original hand outline coloring.
This very historical map shows the area of the Old Germanen in the middle of the 5th Centery. The names on the map are very old Celtic, Latin and Old Germanic. Almost in the center of the map is "Maguntia" = Mainz. In the upper left corner is an inset of the area of the Franks about 550 AD.
Map image is clean. In the beige outline and margins are scattered spots. Browning on outer margin edges.
32.5 x 37.5 cm ( 12.7 x 14.7 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1393
"Sachsen, Thueringen und Benachbarte Laender"
Steel engraving by C. Vogel for
Stieler. Dated 1871.
Very detailed map showing the political divisions of the time. These divisions are named and described in the inset in the lower right corner. At the bottom of the map is an interesting comparison of the mountain heights in the "Thueringer Wald, Fichtel Gebirge, Erz Gebirge and Elbsandstein Gebirge."
Map has a small repair in lower margin on the centerfold.
31.2 x 40.5 cm ( 12.2 x 15.9 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND238366SOLD
"Ducatus Brunsvicensis Fereque Lunaeburgensis". Copper etching by Nicolaes Visscher (1618-1679). Published ca 1675. Modern hand coloring.
On the leftside of the map is the Weser River with the Steinhuder Meer in the upper left. In the lower left in Dahlheim in Hessen and in the upper right is Garleben on the Mildda River. In the lower right are Gorleben, Harras and Frankenhausen near the Helm River. On the right side are Halberstadt, Quedlingburg and Ascherstleben. Braunschweig is the largest red dot in the upper area.
The centerfold on the map has been partially reinforced. Repairs on centerfold in upper and lower margins. Light browning along centerfold and minimal scattered spotting in margins. Condition is Much Better than Good.
41 x 52.5 cm ( 16 x 20.6 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1300
"K. Württ. Oberamt Canstatt". Published by the K. Statistishen Landesamt 1895, with an outline around the area of Canstatt.
Canstatt is located in the almost in the center of this detailed map. Hohen Asperg is in the upper left corner and Möhringen in the lower left corner. In the upper right is Heidenhof and Hertmansweiler and in the lower right is Plochingen.
Map has light toning and and a narrow left margin. General condition is Almost Very Good.
Map image: 22.5 x 21 cm ( 8.8 x 8.2 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1235
"Karte der Provinz Hanau nach ihrem jungsten geschictlichen Bestandtheilen...". Pen lithograph by A. Nöllenberger after Karl Arnd, 1858. Original hand coloring.
The Province of Hanau around the time of 1858 is the central theme of this detailed map. It extends in the northeast to Rothemann and Ried and Motten. In the southeast is Tieneck and Zollberg. In the southwest is Schwanheim and Griesheim.Hanau is in the lower left part. In the northeast is Nauheim and Steinfurt. In the south is the Spessart. In the upper left is a chart showing ownerships in colors to match the areas on the map. In the lower right are colored lines to correspond with those on the map to illustrate the areas where various dialects are spoken.
The three vertical folds have light browning. The upper right part of the map has darker toning and a repaired tear in the margin corner. There are three small repaired tears along folds in the margins.General condition of the map is Better than Good.
32 x 57.3 cm ( 12.6 x 22.5 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1236
"Silesia Inferiore". Copper etching by Jonas Schulz for Johann and Corneeille Blaeu, ca 1650. Recent hand coloring.
The east-oriented map shows the region with
Posen and Breslau in the east and Landsberg an der Warte in
the north. Kustrin, Frankfurt
The map has light toning and in the upper
corners are brown spots that reach a bit into map image. In
the upper left corner is a number
41.5 x 51.1 cm (16.3 x 20.1 ")
Order Nr. D1229
"Ducatus Silesiae Wolanus" Copper etching by Ionas Scultetus for Jan Jansson ca 1650. Original hand coloring.
This map is east oriented (north is on the left side). At the bottom of the map the Oder River "flows in" and "flows out" under the mileage legend in the upper right corner. In the lower right corner is Luben on the Kaltebach River. Above the coat-of-arms in the lower left is the town of Lissa (Leszno). At the top of the map are the Horla and Bartsch rivers and the town of Trachenberg. The towns of Wintzig and Herrenstadt are near the upper center of the map. Text in German on half of backside of map.
Map has wide margins with minimal spotting. On the map image are brownish spots from the map coloring that reseults when the map was folded in the atlas. Condition is otherwise Better than Good.
39 x 48.5 cm ( 15.3 x 19 ")
Order Nr. POLAND237130
"Nord - Oestliches Deutschland"
Steel engraving edited by C. Vogel for the Stieler Atlas dated 1871. Original outline hand coloring.
Very detailed map showing the political borders of the time.
Berlin is in the center of the map. Posen is on the right and Prague at the very bottom of the map. In the upper left is Bremen and Frankfurt is in the lower left.
Map is in good condition except for a small repair on lower margin edge on centerfold.
33.7 x 38.5 cm ( 13.2 x 15.1")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND237214
"Potsdam und Umgebung". Wood engraving from Ed. Gaebler's geograph. Institut in Leipzig, ca 1890. Printed in color.
In the center of the map is Potsdam. In the upper left corner is Ketzin and in the lower left is Bliesendorf. The Spandauer Forst and Gruenenwald is in the upper right corner. To the left of the title cartouche is Saarmund.
Map a few light scattered spots in margins. Condition is otherwise Better than Good.
17.7 x 23.8 cm ( 6.9 x 9.3 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1370.
"Saech. Schweiz". Wood engraving from Ed. Gaebler's geograph. Institut in Leipzig, ca 1890. Printed in color.
In the upper center of the map is Schandau on the Elbe River. Pirna is in the upper left and Hoher Schneeberg id at the bottom center of the map. In the lower right is an inset of Tetschen. In the upper right is Sebnitz and Hertigswalde.
Map has a few light spots in margins and a light crease in lower left margin corner. Condition is otherwise Better than Good.
17.8 x 24 cm ( 7 x 9.4 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1371
"Dresden und Umgebung". Wood engraving from Ed. Gaebler's geograph. Institut in Leipzig, ca 1890. Printed in color.
Dresden commands the center of attention on this map. Under the title cartouche is Radeburg. In the lower right is Pirna and Dolma. Seifersdorf is in the lower left corner.
Map has spotting in margins and browning on margin edges. Creasing on upper margin edge. Condition is Good.
24 x 17.7 cm ( 9.4 x 6.9 ")
Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1372
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