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„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. POLANDMAP237904


„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. POLANDMAP237905


"Confederation Germanique Royaume de Prusse Empire D'Autriche Royaume de Pologne"

Map shows the various divisions of Europe at the time.

Copper engraving by F. Delamarche dated 1828. Published in his atlas in 1832.
Original outline coloring.

Vertical centerfold. Small repairs in margins on centerfold. Light creasing on right side.

27.5 x 36 cm ( 10.8 x 14.1 ")

$ 45.00

Order Nr. EUROPEMAP242279


„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")

$ 470.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP237906

 

PROBEABZUG vor dem noch zu stechenden Titel- PROOF PRINT (before Title)

"Princ. Glogau"

Fürstentum Glogau (Oberschlesien) Sehr detaillierte und dekorative handkolorierte Kupferstichkarte nach Zeichnung von Johann Wilhelm Wieland (? - 1736) und nach dessen Tod ueberarbeitet von Matthaeus Schubart (? - 1758). Aus dem "Atlas Silesiae". Herausgeber: Homann Erben, Nürnberg. Die Karte ist 1736 datiert und gedruckt. Der Atlas mit insgesamt 18 Kupferstichkarten ( zwei Übersichtskarten und 16 Fürstentuemer) im Gross-Folio-Format wurde insgesamt aber erst 1750 herausgegeben.

Das Besondere dieser Karte ist: Sie wurde als Probedruck vor dem gestochenen Titel abgezogen. In der Titelkartusche die Worte: Princ. Glogau und das Meilenmass von Hand mit Tinte geschrieben.

Karte hat zwei zusaetzliche vertikale Faltungen und eine horizontale Mittelfaltung.

Sie ist auf Leinen aufgezogen und hat nur minimale Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren.

Principality of Glogau (Glogowek). Hand-colored copper etching after the drawing by Johann Wilhelm Wiegand (? - 1736) and, after his death, revised by Matthaeus Schubarth (ß - 1758). Published in the "Atlas Silesiae". Published by Homann Heirs in Nuremberg. The map is dated and printed in 1736, although the complete atlas with 18 grand-folio-size maps was published in its entirety in 1750. This very large map shows much detail. Even small villages are mentioned. Principality Glogau i Upper Silesia). Very detailed and very decorative cartouches and hand coloring.

Proof print. Title and mileage measure in ink hand writing. Additional vertical folds and a horizontal centerfold. Map was mounted on linen. Hardly any traces of age and use.

Lower margin narrow.

55,3 x 81,4 cm (ca. 21.8 x 32")

$ 1400,00

Order Nr.DEUTSCHLAND248610


"Principatus Silesiae Grotkani exactissima Tabula geographica exhibens Terra Nissenem simul ac Circulos Grotkau, Ottmuchau et Ziegenhals a I.W.Wieland diligentissime delineata ob praematuram mortem Authoris denuo rectificata per Caesareum Locumtenent et Archit. militarem Matthaeo a Schubarth ac sumptibus Principum et Ord. Silesiae. A.O.R. MDCCXXXVI excusa Norimbergae ab Haeredibus Homannianis…"

Fürstentum Grotkau mit Neisse im Zentrum, Grotkau, Patschkau, Ziegenhals, links noch Münsterberg und Frankenstein, Habelscherd, unten noch Jägerndorf (heute Tschechien). Sehr detaillierte und dekorative handkolorierte Kupferstichkarte nach Zeichnung von Johann Wilhelm Wieland (? - 1736) und nach dessen Tod ueberarbeitet von Matthaeus Schubart (? - 1758). Aus dem "Atlas Silesiae". Herausgeber: Homann Erben, Nürnberg. Die Karte ist 1736 datiert und gedruckt. Der Atlas mit insgesamt 18 Kupferstichkarten ( zwei Übersichtskarten und 16 Fürstentuemer) im Gross-Folio-Format wurde insgesamt aber erst 1750 herausgegeben. Mit handkolorierter barocker Titelkartusche (mit Wappen des Fürstentums) und Legendenkartusche. Sehr detailliert. Titelkartusche zeigt Glasbläser und andere Berufe.

Nur minimale Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren. Untere Marge knapp.

Principality of Grotkau (Grodkow). Hand-colored copper etching after the drawing by Johann Wilhelm Wiegand (? - 1736) and, after his death, revised by Matthaeus Schubarth (ß - 1758). Published in the "Atlas Silesiae". Published by Homann Heirs in Nuremberg. The map is dated and printed in 1736, although the complete atlas with 18 grand-folio-size maps was published in its entirety in 1750. This very large map shows much detail. Even small villages are mentioned. Principality Grottkau. Very detailed and very decorative cartouches and hand coloring. Title cartouche shows glass blowers among other trades.

Hardly any traces of age and use. Lower margin narrow.

55,3 x 81,4 cm (ca. 21.8 x 32")

$ 1300,00

Order Nr.DEUTSCHLAND248609


"Principatus Silesiae Oppauiensis novissima Tabula geographica a I.W.Wieland Locumtenente Caesareo accurate delineata, ob praematuram mortem auctorisdenuo rectificata per Caesareum Locumtenentem et Architectum militarem Matthaeum a Schubarth ac Sumptibus Principum et Ordinum Silesiae reducta et excusa Norimb. ab Haeredibus Homannianis A.O.R MDCCXXXVI…"

Fuerstentum Oppau (heute grossenteils in Tschechien) mit Leobschütz (Polen), Jaegerndorf (Tschechien), Troppau (Tschechien). Handkolorierte Kupferstichkarte nach Zeichnung von Johann Wilhelm Wieland (? - 1736) und nach dessen Tod ueberarbeitet von Matthaeus Schubart (? - 1758). Aus dem "Atlas Silesiae". Herausgeber: Homann Erben, Nürnberg. Die Karte ist 1736 datiert und gedruckt. Der Atlas mit insgesamt 18 Kupferstichkarten ( zwei Übersichtskarten und 16 Fürstentuemer) im Gross-Folio-Format wurde insgesamt aber erst 1750 herausgegeben. Mit handkolorierter barocker Titelkartusche (mit Wappen des Fürstentums) und Legendenkartusche. Sehr detailliert.

Kaum nennenswerte Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren.

Principality of Oppau (Oppawa). Hand-colored copper etching after the drawing by Johann Wilhelm Wiegand (? - 1736) and, after his death, revised by Matthaeus Schubarth (ß - 1758). Published in the "Atlas Silesiae". Published by Homann Heirs in Nuremberg. The map is dated and printed in 1736, although the complete atlas with 18 grand-folio-size maps was published in its entirety in 1750. This very large map shows much detail. Even small villages are mentioned. Principality of Oppau, nowadays partially in the Czech Republich and partially in Poland. Very detailed and very decorative cartouches and hand coloring.

Hardly any traces of age and use.

55 x 81,8 cm (ca. 21.7 x 32.2")

$ 1300.00

Order Nr.DEUTSCHLAND248608


"Principatus Silesiae Saganensis in suos Circulos Sagan, Priebus et Naumburg divisi et a I.W. Wieland Geometra et Locumtenente emensi nova et accurata Tabula Geographica, ob praematuram mortem Authoris denuo rectificata per Caesareum Locumtenent et Archit. militarem Matthaeum Schubarth suptbus Principum et Ord. Silesiae A.C.R. MDCCXXXVI excusa Norimbergae ab Haeredibus Homannis…"

Fuerstentum Sagan mit Sagan, Primus und Naumburg. Sehr grosse, detaillierte (selbst kleine Dörfer finden sich hier) handkolorierte Kupferstichkarte nach Zeichnung von Johann Wilhelm Wieland (? - 1736) und nach dessen Tod ueberarbeitet von Matthaeus Schubart (? - 1758). Aus dem "Atlas Silesiae". Herausgeber: Homann Erben, Nürnberg. Die Karte ist 1736 datiert und gedruckt. Der Atlas mit insgesamt 18 Kupferstichkarten ( zwei Übersichtskarten und 16 Fürstentuemer) im Gross-Folio-Format wurde insgesamt aber erst 1750 herausgegeben.

Die sehr grosse und ornamentale Titelkartusche mit dem Wappen des Fuerstentums Sagan wie auch die dekorative Einfassung der Legendenkartusche sind nicht koloriert. Ausser dem Mittelfalz hat die Karte zwei weitere vertikale Faltungen und einen horizontalen Mittelfalz. Sie ist auf Leinen aufgezogen

Hand-colored copper etching after the drawing by Johann Wilhelm Wiegand (? - 1736) and, after his death, revised by Matthaeus Schubarth (ß - 1758). Published in the "Atlas Silesiae". Published by Homann Heirs in Nuremberg. The map is dated and printed in 1736, although the complete atlas with 18 grand-folio-size maps was published in its entirety in 1750. This very large map shows much detail. Even small villages are mentioned.

Very large and ornamental title cartouche with coat of arms of the Principality of Sagan (Zagan) is not colored. In addition to the normal centerfold there are two additional vertical folds and a horizontal centerfold. Map has been mounted on sheet of linen.

55 x 81 cm (ca. 21.7 x 31.9)

$ 1100.00

Order Nr.DEUTSCHLAND248607


"Fürstentum Sagan". Dieselbe Karte wie vorige. Nur mit herausragend handkolorierter Titelkartusche und Legendenkartusche.

Hervorragend handkoloriert. In sehr gutem Zustand. Untere Marge knapp.

"Principality of Sagan". Same map as above. Except extraordinarily hand colord including the cartouches. Very good condition. Lower margin narrow

$ 1400.00

Order Nr.DEUTSCHLAND248611


 

"Principatus Silesiae Munsterbergensis exactissima Tabula Geographica exhibens Circulos ejusdem Munsterberg et Frankenstein una cum adjacentibus Civitatibus Reichenstein et Silberberg ad Principatum Bregensem alias pertinentibus a I.W. Wieland, Locumtenente diligentissime delineata ob praematuram mortem Auhoris denuo rectificata per Caesareum Locumtenetem & Archit.: Militarem Matthaeum Schubarth Sumptibus Principum ac Ord. Silesiae excusa Norimbergae A.O.R. MDCCXXXVI. ab Her. Homann"

Fuerstentum Muensterberg und Frankenstein. Sehr grosse, detaillierte (selbst kleine Dörfer finden sich hier) handkolorierte Kupferstichkarte nach Zeichnung von Johann Wilhelm Wieland (? - 1736) und nach dessen Tod ueberarbeitet von Matthaeus Schubart (? - 1758). Aus dem "Atlas Silesiae". Herausgeber: Homann Erben, Nürnberg. Die Karte ist 1736 datiert und gedruckt. Der Atlas mit insgesamt 18 Kupferstichkarten ( zwei Übersichtskarten und 16 Fürstentuemer) im Gross-Folio-Format wurde insgesamt aber erst 1750 herausgegeben.

Sehr dekorative Titelkartusche mit Wappen von Haus Muensterberg und Haus Frankenstein. Rechts oben Legendenkartusche. Kaum nennenswerte Alters und Gebrauchsspuren. Verso im Mittelfalz einige minimale Reparaturen. Sehr angenehme Farben

Hand-colored copper etching after the drawing by Johann Wilhelm Wiegand (? - 1736) and, after his death, revised by Matthaeus Schubarth (ß - 1758). Published in the "Atlas Silesiae". Published by Homann Heirs in Nuremberg. The map is dated and printed in 1736, although the complete atlas with 18 grand-folio-size maps was published in its entirety in 1750.

This very large map shows much detail. Even small villages are mentioned. In the center of map are Frankenstein and Muensterberg. On the left is Glatz, at bottom are Patschkau, Otmuchau, Neisse. Large ornamental title cartouche with coats of arms of House Muensterberg and House Frankenstein. Upper right has ornamental explanatory cartouche. Hardly any traces of age and use.

55,5 x 81,3 cm (ca. 21.9 x 32")

$ 1200.00

Order Nr.DEUTSCHLAND240605


PROBEABZUG - PROOF PRINT

Halbfertige Karte des Fuerstentums Muensterberg ind Frankenstein

Half-finished proof print of Principality of Muensterberg and Frankenstein

Noch hone Kartusche. Der Titel als Handschrift mit Tinte.

No cartouche yet, just ink title

Details wie vorige Karte. Details like above

Handkoloriert - Hand-colored.

Rechts grosser Wasserfleck - Large water staun on right side. Zusätzliche Faltungen und auf Leinen aufgezogen.

Additional vertical and one horizontal folds. Mounted on linen.

Abmessungen wie für die fertile Karte. Measurements like for the finished map

$ 800.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND248606


"Principatus Silesiae Lignicensis in suos 3 Circulos Goldenbergensem, Haynauviensem & Lubenensem partiti, ac I.W.Wieland Geometra et Succenturione geodetice emensi exactissima Tabula geographica ob praematuram Auctoris mortem denuo emendatior reddita per Caes. Locumt. & Archit. Milit. Mathaeum SchubarthSumptibus Pricipum & Ordinum Silesiae A.O.R. MDCCXXXVI Excudentibus Norimbergae Homannianis Heredibus…"

Fuerstentum Liegnitz. Sehr detaillierte und dekorative handkolorierte Kupferstichkarte nach Zeichnung von Johann Wilhelm Wieland (? - 1736) und nach dessen Tod ueberarbeitet von Matthaeus Schubart (? - 1758). Aus dem "Atlas Silesiae". Herausgeber: Homann Erben, Nürnberg. Die Karte ist 1736 datiert und gedruckt. Der Atlas mit insgesamt 18 Kupferstichkarten ( zwei Übersichtskarten und 16 Fürstentuemer) im Gross-Folio-Format wurde insgesamt aber erst 1750 herausgegeben.

Im oberen Mittelfalz ( grüner Bereich) farbliche Minderung. Kartuschen nicht koloriert. Mehrere Faltungen. Auf Leinen aufgezogen. Ansonsten kaum Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren.

Principality of Liegnitz (Legnica) with coat of arms. Hand-colored copper etching after the drawing by Johann Wilhelm Wiegand (? - 1736) and, after his death, revised by Matthaeus Schubarth (ß - 1758). Published in the "Atlas Silesiae". Published by Homann Heirs in Nuremberg. The map is dated and printed in 1736, although the complete atlas with 18 grand-folio-size maps was published in its entirety in 1750. This very large map shows much detail. Even small villages are mentioned. Very detailed and very decorative. Cartouches are uncolored.

Upper centegrfolg (ingrain part) minor discoloring. Extra vertical and a horizontal fold. Mounted on linen. Otherwise hardly any traces of age and use.

55 x 81 cm (ca.21.7 x 31.9")

$ 1300.00

Order Nr.DEUTSCHLAND613


"Principatus Silesiae Wolani in suos Circulos Wohlau, Wintzig, Herrnstadt, Ruetzen, Steinau und Rauden divisi a I.W.Wieland Geometra et Locumtenente summa diligentia perlustrati et imensi Nova et accuratissima Tabula geographica ob praematuram mortem Authoris denuo rectificata per Caesar. Locumtenentem at Archit. militarem Matthaeum a Schubarth Sumptibus Pricipum et Ord. Silesiae A.R.S. MDCCXXXVI excusa Norimbergae ab Hered. Homannianis…"

Fuerstenthum Wohlau mit fuerstlichem Wappen. Sehr detaillierte und dekorative handkolorierte Kupferstichkarte nach Zeichnung von Johann Wilhelm Wieland (? - 1736) und nach dessen Tod ueberarbeitet von Matthaeus Schubart (? - 1758). Aus dem "Atlas Silesiae". Herausgeber: Homann Erben, Nürnberg. Die Karte ist 1736 datiert und gedruckt. Der Atlas mit insgesamt 18 Kupferstichkarten ( zwei Übersichtskarten und 16 Fürstentuemer) im Gross-Folio-Format wurde insgesamt aber erst 1750 herausgegeben. Die Kartuschen wunderschön handkoloriert!

Mittelfalz mit leichten Farbabweichungen. Untere Marge schon vor dem Druck professionell angesetzt. Plattenrand ist auf dem angesetzten Papier. Ansonsten sehr guter Zustand.

Principality Wohlau (Wolow) with coat of arms. Hand-colored copper etching after the drawing by Johann Wilhelm Wiegand (? - 1736) and, after his death, revised by Matthaeus Schubarth (ß - 1758). Published in the "Atlas Silesiae". Published by Homann Heirs in Nuremberg. The map is dated and printed in 1736, although the complete atlas with 18 grand-folio-size maps was published in its entirety in 1750. This very large map shows much detail. Even small villages are mentioned. Very detailed and very decorative. Cartouches are very prettily hand-colored.

Centerfold has some color disfiguration. Lower margin was added in Nuremberg before printing. Plate mark is on added paper. Otherwise no major traces of age and use.

55,6 x 81,2 cm (ca.21.9 x 32")

$ 1100.00

Order Nr.DEUTSCHLAND248614


"Principatus Silesiae Wratislaviensis exactissima Tabula Geographica sistens simul Circulum Neoforensem et Districtum Cantiensem ac status minores vulgo Burglehn dictos Lissa, Kraicka, Weigwitz, Rommenau, Krolckwitz, Bogenau, Malckwitz, Auras, Gr. Peterwitz, et Halt-Grosburg, a I.W.Wieland Geometra et Locumtenente delineata ob praematuram mortem Authoris denuo rectificata per Caesareum Locumtenent et Archit. militarem Matthaeum a Schubarth ac sumptibus Principum et Ord. Silesiae A.O.R. MDCCXXXVI excusa Norimbergae ab Haeredibus Homannianis…"

Fürstentum Breslau. Sehr detaillierte und dekorative handkolorierte Kupferstichkarte nach Zeichnung von Johann Wilhelm Wieland (? - 1736) und nach dessen Tod ueberarbeitet von Matthaeus Schubart (? - 1758). Aus dem "Atlas Silesiae". Herausgeber: Homann Erben, Nürnberg. Die Karte ist 1736 datiert und gedruckt. Der Atlas mit insgesamt 18 Kupferstichkarten ( zwei Übersichtskarten und 16 Fürstentuemer) im Gross-Folio-Format wurde insgesamt aber erst 1750 herausgegeben.

Kaum Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren.

Principality of Breslau (Wroclaw). Hand-colored copper etching after the drawing by Johann Wilhelm Wiegand (? - 1736) and, after his death, revised by Matthaeus Schubarth (ß - 1758). Published in the "Atlas Silesiae". Published by Homann Heirs in Nuremberg. The map is dated and printed in 1736, although the complete atlas with 18 grand-folio-size maps was published in its entirety in 1750. This very large map shows much detail. Even small villages are mentioned. Principality Glogau i Upper Silesia). Very detailed and very decorative cartouches and hand coloring.

Hardly any traces of age and use.

55 x 79,8 cm (ca.21.7 x 31.4")

$ 1700.00

Order Nr.DEUTSCHLAND248612


"Totus Marchionatus Lusatiae tam superioris quam inferioris Tabula Specialis...." Copper engraving by Johannes Baptist Homann in Nuremberg, ca 1715. Original hand coloring.

In the center of this detailed Lausitz map is Hoyerswerda. In the upper left is Guterbock and Golsdorf. Above the decorative cartouche is Oschatz, Strehla, Dahlen and Riessa. At the bottom center of the map is Schoenbrunn, Schneeberg and Bautzen. In the lower right is Reichenberg. In the upper right is the confluence of the Bober and Oder rivers with the towns of Crossen and Bobersberg.

Map has a few repairs in lower margin near centerfold. Two small repaired tears on left margin edge. Light browning of margin edges and a few light, scattered spots.

48 x 56.8 cm ( 18.8 x 22.3 ")

$ 450.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1391


"Russie D'Europe Partie Meridionale"

Copper engraving dated 1829 from:"Atlas de la Geographie ancienne, du moyen-age et moderne". By Felix Delamarche, who followed his father Charles Francois Demarche (1740-1817) in his cartographic business.

Interesting map showing the early political divisions of Russia. The map extends as far west as Stettin and to the Ural mountains in the east.

Vertical centerfold. Minor signs of age and use.

24.5 x 37 cm ( 9.6 x 14.5 ")

$ 120.00

Order Nr. RUSSIAMAP241835


"Ducatus Oswieczensis et Zatoriensis Descriptio"

Copper engraving from the atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" by Abraham Ortelius ca 1580.

Map of the area around Zator and Auschwitz. In the center is Wadowice. The Vistula River begins in
the lower left and "Flows out" in the upper right of the map.

Attractive hand coloring. Upper margin has been extended. Ink spot in right margin.

21.6 x 24.3 cm ( 8.5 x 9.5 ")

$ 280.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP239849


„La Palatinati di Nowogrodek Podlachia e Rrzesk Littew

Tratta dall'Atlante Polacco del Sig. Rizzi Zanoni"

Copper etching by Antonio Zatta. Original hand coloring

This map shows part of eastern Poland and some of Belarus ( White Russia)

Venise (Venezia, Venedig). Dated 1781

Condition: Very good. Wide margins

ca. 31 x 40,5 cm (ca. 12,.2 x 16")

$ 300.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP238250


„La Palatinati di Cracowia, Lekzyca, Sieradz, Sandomir, e Lublino

Tratto dall'Atlante Polacco del Sig. Rizzi Zanoni"

Copper etching by G. Pittori after G. Zuluani for Antonio Zatta. Original hand coloring. Published by Antonio Zatta

Venice. Dated 1781

Very detailed map

Impeccable condition.

31 x40,5 cm (ca. 12.2 x 15.9")

$ 280.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP238085


„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. POLANDMAP238086


„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. POLANDMAP238087


"Schweden. Russland. Polen. Orientalsche Frage"

Map printed in color 1896. In the upper left is a map showing the various stages of expansion of Sweden.
In the upper right is a color key showing the stages of expansion in Poland.
In the lower left is a color key from 1534 to 1762 showing the territories gained by Russia.
The two lower maps show European Turkey from 1812-1878 and since 1878.

Vertical centerfold to fit original book size.

22.5 x 29 cm ( 8.8 x 11.4 ")

$ 45.00

Order Nr. EUROPEMAP245805


"Provinz Ost Preussen 1853" Steel etching from "Neuster Zeitungs Atlas. Alter und Neuer Erdkunde" by J. Meyer, ca 1860. Original outline coloring.

Very detailed map showing the region of Eastern Prussia in 1853. In the upper left is a detailed plan of Koenigsberg. In the upper right is an inset of Gumbinnen and the surrounding area. In the lower right are detailed pland of Tilsit and Memel.

Map has light age toning and minimal spotting in margins. Hardly visible horizontal centerfold.

24.8 x 18.4 cm ( 9.7 x 7.2 ")

$ 85.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP235642


No Title. Steel engraving by Deisel for Lemaitre ca 1840.

Interesting map showing the ancient divisions of the area compared to those of the 1800s.

Map has a fine crease in lower left corner and a vertical centerfold to fit original book size.

18 x 19 cm ( 7.1 x 7.5 ")

$ 135.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP1425


"Der Koeniglichen Republik Polen Woiwodschaften Plotzk and Masau or Gross Polens oestlicher Theil". Copper etching in original hand coloring from the "Postal Atlas", Reilly, Vienna, 1791.

Near the center of this map is Warsaw, on the Weichsel River, somewhat southeast of the confluence of the Bug and Wichsel rivers. In the upper left is Culm and on the right edge is Bielsk and Woysszky. At the bottom center is Radom.

Map has very wide margins with a few scattered spots. Light fingering in lower right margin corner. Condition is otherwise Almost Very Good.

20.7 x 28.7 cm ( 8.1 x 11.3 ")

$ 170.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP1395


„Le Royaume de Prusse"

Copper etching by Ezienne Louis Crepy. Paris, dated 1767

Original outline hand coloring

RARE!

Very good condition. Vertical centerfold.

20,5 x 27,5 cm (Ca. 8 x 10.8")

$ 190.00

Order Nr. POLAND237961SOLD


"Royaume de Prusse".

Copper etching André for the atlas by Rigobert Bonne (1729-1795) ca 1775.

The Prussian Empire is shown on this map reaching from Pomerania in the west to Lithuania in the east. In the south is part of Poland to be seen. The coast reaches as far as Memel in the northeast.

Map has wide margins and overall light toning. In the upper corners are water stains, which do not affect the map image. Map has center fold to fit atlas. There ia a diagonal fold from the lower margin to the upper left corner going through the lower left corner of the image. General condition is Better than Good.

23.3 x 34.5 cm ( 9.1 x 13.6 ")

$ 165.00

Order Nr.POLANDMAP237968


"Royaume De Prusse et Prusse Rle. ou Polonoise".

Copper engraving by Robert de Vaugondy ca 1750. Outline coloring.

On the left is Pomerania and the Desert of Waldow. At the top of the map is Memel and Samland. On the right side is the Biss River and Kautten. In the center of the map is Marienburg and Riesenburg.

Map has wide margins and is in good condition.

16.2 x 19.5 cm ( 6.3 x 7.6 ")

$ 185.00

Order Nr.POLANDMAP237967


„Polen und Westrussland" (Poland and Lithuania, Belo Russia).

Published in Meyers Kleiner Handatlas. Leipzig, 1892

Very few minor traces of age and use. Vertical centerfold.

20.7 x 26.5 cm (8.1 " x 10.4")

$ 60.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP237907


„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


"Comitatus Glatz"

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 ")

$ 600.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP237838

 


"Descrittione del Regno della Polonia" Copper engraving „Geografia cioe Descrittione Universale della Terra" by Gio. Battista & Giorgio Galignani Fratelli. Venice, 1598

First Italian edition edited by Giovanni Antonio Magini.

Map is very detailed considering its early age. Many of the names are old. In the lower right corner is a tiny piece of the Black Sea.and in the upper right corner is Smolinko. On the left side is Silesia.

There are some light spots and the right margin is narrow.

Page size: 28.7 x 18.6 cm ( 11.2 x 7.3 ")

Map size 12.5 x 17. 3 cm (4.9 x 6.8 ")

$ 360.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP236104


"Schlesia nach aller gelegenheir in Stettenm Waessern und Bergen mit sampt andern anstossenden Laendern. " Woodcut by Sebastian Muenster, ca 1550. Hand coloring.

Breslau is located in the center of this very old map. In the upper left corner is Frankfurt an der Oder. On the left side is part of the Spree River that originates in the Riesengebirge. In the upper center is Peisern. In the lower right are the towns of Oderberg and Freistein as well as the origins of the Oder and Vistula Rivers. Half of the backside is printed. There is a hand-colored motive at the top of the article about Silesia.

Map has a vertical centerfold. Overall age toning. A few tiny tears on edges. Small repairs in upper and lower margins on centerfold. Staining in upper margin. Overall age toning and a few spots. Repair on lower margin corners. Tiny piece missing from upper left margin corner. A few thin creases. For a map so old, the condition is actually quite good.

30.7 x 36 cm ( 12 x 14.1 ")

$ 445.00

Order Nr.POLANDMAP235640


„Polonia et Silesia"

Type of print: Copper etching

Color: Original hand coloring

Verso: Text in French

Author: Gerard Mercator

Publisher: Mercator / Hondius

Where: Amsterdam

When: 1633

Measurements: 34,4 x 45,8 cm (ca. 13,5 x 18")

Condition: Light general age toning. Some duffuse spotting, A small pleat crease in lower margin, barely touching corner of map. Very pleasent original hand-coloring.

Minor traces of age and use. In general. Near Very Good

$ 480.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP238214


"Ducatus Silesiae Glogani vera Delinatio". Copper etching by Iona Sculteto for Heinricus Hondius (1587-1638). Published ca 1625. Attractive hand coloring.

East-oriented map showing Glogau almost in the center of the map. At the top of the map are the towns of Guraw and Paulawitz. In the upper right corner is Dieben and Steinaw. In the lower right corner is the Bober River. The Oder River transvers the map from the bottom to the upper right corner. At the bottom of the map is Naumburg. The green area in the lower left is Gruenberg. In the lower left is Hochwald and Neundorf with the Obra River which flows east to the top of the map. Notice the two very decorative cartouches.

Map has some repaired tears on the upper and lower margin edges. A few light creases in image to left of centerfold. Some light cattered spotting. Upper margin edge and centerfold have been reinforced. The repairs are not visible on the front.

38.5 x 47 cm ( 15.1 x 18.5 ")

$ 480.00

Order Nr.POLANDMAP237148

Reverse side:


"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 ")

$ 520.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP237130


"Das Herzogthum Schlesien......". Copper etching by Johann Christian Schreibern(1676-1746). His atlas was published after his death ca. 1750 in Leipzig. Original hand coloring.

This map features the region of Silesia and the surrounding area. It reaches as far west to include Dresden and Pilsen on the left side and Pless and Bilitz in the southeast. In the far south is Iglau. On the right side of the map is an explanation of the various areas.

The map has overall age toning. The map image is quite clean but the margins are spotted and smudged. In the upper right is an original hand-written page number, part of which has been crossed out. The general condition is Good.

16.5 x 24.2 cm ( 6.5 x 9.5 ")

$ 195.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP235641


"Reino de Polonia o sea la parte unida ala Rusia por el repartimiento de 1795 que conserva el nombre de aquel antiquo reino". Copper etching by R. Alabern, ca 1820. Original outline coloring. Map is seldom.

This historical map reaches from Coslin in Pomerania to Libau and Schruder on the north Baltic coast. At the top center of the map is Riga in Latvia. At the bottom center of the map is Buchovina and Moldavia with the towns of Jirlau and Baja. In the lower right is part of the course of the Dnieper River.

Map had very wide margins. Vertical centerfold. Very clean. Near the lower margin edge are three small holes.

27 x 34.2 cm ( 10.6 x 13.4 ")

$ 250.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP1406


Reverse side:

"Tavola Settima Dell'Europa - Tabula Europae VII" -Sicily and Sardinia

Type of print: Copper etching

Artist:Girolamo Porro

After: Giovanni Lorenzo d'Anania

Published in: "Geografia cioe Descrittione Universale della Terra"

Publisher: Gio. Battista & Giorgio Galignani Fratelli

First published by Claudius Ptolemy

Edition: Italian edition

Editor: Giovanni Antonio Magini (1555-1617)

Text: Italian. Complete on front and reverse page

Published in: Venice

Date:1598

Measurements:

Map size: Ca. 12,5 x 17 cm (ca. 4.9 x 6.7")

Page size: Ca. 28,5 x 19 cm (ca. 11.2 x 7.5")

Condition: Near perfect. Left margin narrow. Very minor traces of age.

Measurements:

Map: Ca. 12,5 x 17 cm

Page size: Ca. 28,5 x 19 cm (ca. 11.2 x 7.5")

Condition:Near perfect. Left margin narrow. Very minor traces of age.

Reverse side:

"Tavola Ottava Dell'Europa" - Tabula Europae VIII"

Poland, Russia, Ukraine - the Baltic tregion - northern shores of the Black Sea

$ 380.00

Order Nr. SICILIAMAP236443


"Silesia Dvcatus". Copper etching by Martino Hedwigio Nissense (Neisse) for Willem Janzoon Blaeu, ca 1645. Fine modern hand coloring.

Breslau is located almost in the center of this Silesian map. In the upper left is Frankfurt on the Oder River. In the lower right is part of the Vistula River with Cracow on the edge. To the left of the decorative coat-of-arms in the upper right is the Wartha river. On the backside is text (in German) about the history of Silesia.

Wide margins with light browning on edges. Map has a repaired tear on lower margin edge on centerfold.Very minor scattered spotting. General condition is much Better than Good.

38 x 50 cm ( 14.9 x 19.6 ")

$ 620.00

Order Nr.POLANDMAP237245


"Die Preussischen Provinzen Preussen un Posen"

Steel engraving edited by C. Vogel for the Stieler Atlas dated 1871. Original outline hand coloring.

In the upper left is a very detailed inset titled "Uebersicht des Preussischen Staats". In the lower left is a plan of Berlin and the surrounding area.

Map is in good condition except for a small repair on lower margin edge on centerfold.

31.5 x 38.5 cm ( 12.4 x 15.1")

$ 80.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND237266 SOLD


"Der Koniglichen Republik Polen Woiwodschaften Krakow u Sandomir mit dem unteren Theile der Woiwodschaft Lublin un den Herzofthum Severien od Klein Polens westlicher Theil." Copper etching in original hand coloring from the "Postal Atlas", Reilly, Vienna, 1791.

At the top center of the map is Warsaw. Cracow is lower left center. On the right center is Lublin.

Map has very wide margins. Image is clean. A few trivial spots in margins.

20.8 x 28.5 cm ( 8.1 x 11.2 ")

$ 190.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP1415


"Provinz Posen". Steel engraving by H. Kunsch after F. Handtke for the Verlag Flemming in Glogau, ca 1855. Original hand outline green coloring.

In the center of the map is Posen. In the upper ight is Culm and Setz on the Weichsel River. On the left side is Landsberg/Warthe and Krossen. In the lower right is Rosenberg and Krezburg.

Map is in good condition.

36.2 x 27.2 cm (14.2 x 10.7 ")

$ 155.00

Order Nr.POLANDMAP1424SOLD


"Carte de la Prusse Occidentale ou sont tracees les provinces cedees par la Pologne au Roi de Prusse" (Map of West Prussia showing the provinces which Poland had to cede to the King of Prussia in the year 1772)

Copper etching by Homann 1775. This map published by P. Santini in Venice, 1776. RARE!

The parts colored are those ceeded by Poland. In the lower left is the WartCanisco and Pobiancea River and the town of Birnbaum. In the lower center is Wielowice and Labiszin. The map extends as far east as Rossel, Plenow and Rabawen.

Clean. Light browning on vertical centerfold. Very good condition.

44.7 x 64.5 cm (17.6 x 25.4")

$ 780.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP14273


"Spezialkarte von des Koenigreichs Galizien und Lodomerien westlichen Kreisen." Copper etching in original hand coloring from the "Postal Atlas", Reilly, Vienna, 1791.

The Vistula (Weichsel) River "flows diagonally through the center of this map. To the left of center is Cracow on the Vistula River. In the upper right is the San (Saan) River, a tribulary of the Vistula. At the bottom of the map is Hungary. Silesia is on the left.

Map has a tear on the right side that reaches into the image. It is very well repaired and hardly noticeable on the front side. There are a few light scattered spots, mostly in the upper margin.

19.8 x 29.5 cm ( 7.7 x 11.6 ")

$ 160.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP1417


"Tabula II. Asiae" Sarmatie Europae Pars - Sarmatia Asiatica" Woodcut of this map after Ptolemy by Martin Waldseemueller (ca. 1572 - ca. 1522) and Laurent (Lorenz) Fries (ca. 1590 - ?). This map was originally published in Strasbourg in the year 1513. The prining of the 1513-Ptolemy atlas was repeated in Strasbourg in the year 1522. The map we offer here for purchase stems from the repeat edition of 1522. Map is hand colored, probably 20th century.. Text on reverse side. Latin.

Sarmatia was, to the Greek and Romans in antique times, a geographical area between the rivers Weichsel / Vistula (polish: Wisla) in the west and Wolga in the east and between the Baltic Sea in the north and the Black Sea and Caspian Sea in the south. The geographical area circumfenses areas of Poland, the Ukraine, Russia, the ancient Kingdom of Colchis (Georgia), caucasian Albania (nowadays: Azerbaijan)

Map shows run of river Don down to the Sea of Asov. Shown also the Krim peninsula.

Very minor traces of age. Map is in very good condition.

Sheet size: 41 x 55.5 cm (16.1 x 21.9")

$ 1500.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP14274


"Der koeniglichen Republik Polen Woiwodschaft Podolien und die untere Polnische Ukraine naehmlich die Woiwodschaft Braclaw oder Klein Polen suedlicher Theil." Copper etching in original hand coloring from the "Postal Atlas", Reilly, Vienna, 1791.

This map shows the region of Podolien that is now part of western Ukrania. In the center of the map is Braclaw on the Bug River. In the lower left corner is Moldavia.

Map has wide margins. A few minor scattered spots in margins.

21 x 28.8 cm ( 8.2 x 11.3 ")

$ 250.00

Order Nr.UKRANIAMAP1012


"Carte de l ancien royaume de Pologne avec ses lignes frontiers. Wood engraving 1864.

The lightly toned area shows Poland at the time of the old monarchy. Some of the roads are shown on the map. In the upper left is part of Pomerania and in the lower left is Olmutz and Prerau. In the upper right is Minsk. In the lower right corner is Damenetz.

Map has a light spot in lower left image and a hardly visible horizontal fold in the lower part of the image. Reverse side is printed.

20.8 x 22.4 cm ( 8.1 x 8.8 ")

$ 45.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP234810


Silesia

"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
an der Oder and the Lausitzer Neisse are in the west. In the south is Zittau and Liegnitz. The title cartouche is in the upper left corner. Four
small coats-of-arms are scattered on the map.

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
written in brown ink that was part of the numbering system. Some cities are decently underlined in light brown ink. The general condition
is between Almost Very Good and Very Good!

41.5 x 51.1 cm (16.3 x 20.1 ")

$ 520.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1229


"Provinz West-Preussen 1849". Steel etching from "Neuster Zeitungs Atlas. Alter und Neuer Erdkunde" by J. Meyer, ca 1855. Original outline coloring.

Map shows the area of West Prussia as it was in 1849. In the upper left corner is a detailed inset of Danzig and surrounding area. In the lower left is an inset showing Elbing and surroundings. In the upper right is a plan of Thorn and surrounding area and in the lower right an inset of Marienwerder.

Map is in Good condition except for a brown spot on the left side under the inset of Danzig.

18.4 x 24.5 cm ( 7.2 x 9.6 ")

$ 90.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND 1330


"Provinz Pommern 1849". Steel etching by J. Zipter from "Neuster Zeitungs Atlas. Alter und Neuer Erdkunde" by J. Meyer, ca 1855. Original outline coloring.

This map shows the province of Pommern in 1849. The map reaches from Damgarten on the Ostsee in the west to Wittenberg and Ossecken on the Ostsee in the east. At the bottom center is Landsberg an der Wartha. The round inset at the top is a street plan of Stettin. In the upper left is a detail of Cöslin and in the lower left one of Stralsund and Greifswald. In the lower right are insets of Swinemünde and Stargard.

Map has light browning on margin edges and a few minimal spots in margins.

18.2 x 24.6 cm ( 7.1 x 9.6 ")

$ 90.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1319


"Pologne" Copper engraving by Robert de Vaugondy, dated 1762.

At the top of this detailed map is Curland. In the center is Bielisk and Drogiessen. On the left edge is Posname and Brieg.

Map has vertical fold to fit book size.

14.8 x 16.4 cm ( 5.8 x 6.4 ")

$ 185.00

Order Nr. POLANDMAP1414


"Provinz West-Preussen 1849". Steel etching from "Neuster Zeitungs Atlas. Alter und Neuer Erdkunde" by J. Meyer, ca 1855. Original outline coloring.

Map shows the area of West Prussia as it was in 1849. In the upper left corner is a detailed inset of Danzig and surrounding area. In the lower left is an inset showing Elbing and surroundings. In the upper right is a plan of Thorn and surrounding area and in the lower right an inset of Marienwerder.

Map is in Good condition except for a brown spot on the left side under the inset of Danzig.

18.4 x 24.5 cm ( 7.2 x 9.6 ")

$ 90.00

Order Nr. DEUTSCHLAND1330


„Scandinavien und Polen nach ihrer kirchlischen Eintheilung bis zur Reformation". (Scandinavia and Poland according to their church dioceses up to the Reformation. Steel etching 1846. Borderline coloring.

Side maps: The Province of Gnesen, western part. The Province of Lund.

Clean, except for traces of age and use in margins.

Page size: 37 x 43.8 cm (14.6 x 17.2").

$ 180.00

Order Nr. SCANDINAVIAMAP1518


"Europa Tabvla VIII". Copper etching from: "Geographia" by Claudio Ptolemy. Originally edited and published by Willibald Pirckheimer. This edition,which comprises all 64 maps of the "B" edition, including the "New World", was published by Josephus Meletius 1562 in Venice.

In the western part of this map is the Vistula river for help in orientation. In the lower left corner is a bit of the Danube. In the lower right is the Sea of Asov and the northern part of the Black Sea. In the upper left is part of Scandanavia with Gotland Island. On the backside is text in Italian describing the area shown.

Map has light browning along centerfold. There are two tiny repaired holes on centerfold. Some browning that shows only on backside and a few light creases on image. Overall condition is Better than Good.

17.8 x 25 cm ( 7 x 9.8 ")

$ 380.00

Order Nr. BALTICMAP1060


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