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OTTENS RAINER & JOSHUA

Published by Amsterdam (1720)

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About this Item: Amsterdam, 1720. Incisione in rame, colorata d'epoca ai confini, 490x620. Ben conservata eccetto due macchie nella carta, macchie ed aloni marginali, quattro strappi restaurati in parte in lastra. Seller Inventory # 4713

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About this Item: 1720. Amsterdam: R. & J. Ottens, c.1720. Original colour. 580 x 490mm. A detailed map of the Duchy of Savoy and Piemonte, showing from Geneva to Nice and Monaco, with Turin marked. Seller Inventory # 15018

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Joshua OTTENS

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About this Item: '- s.d. (inizio secolo XVIII). Condition: ottimo esemplare. cm 27 x 30 (con margini 23,5 x 61) incisione su rame acquerellata d'epoca. Seller Inventory # 5436492876

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About this Item: Amsterdam, Reiner und Joshua Ottens, (ca. 1725)., 1725. Plattengrösse: 50,3x59,2 cm. Blattgrösse: 55x63,7 cm. Kolor. gestoch. Karte, gefaltet. Titelkartusche und Massstableiste unten links. - (Falz in der unteren Hälfte eingerissen. Wasserfleck im oberen Rand). Seller Inventory # 15310BB

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Karten. Spanien / Portugal - Ottens, Reiner und Joshua.

Published by Amsterdam, R. & I. Ottens, (ca. 1740). (1740)

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About this Item: Amsterdam, R. & I. Ottens, (ca. 1740)., 1740. Plattengrösse: 51,2x60,3 cm. Blattgrösse: 55,2x64 cm. Kolor. gestoch. Karte, gefaltet. Titelkartusche und Massstableiste über der Karte. - (Kleine Fehlstelle östlich von Sevilla. Unterer Rand mit kleinen Einrissen). Seller Inventory # 15329BB

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Reiner & Joshua OTTENS

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About this Item: Amsterdam, 1725. La bottega di produzione, pubblicazione e vendita di materiale cartografico della famiglia fu fondata da Joachim Ottens (1663 – 1719), ma ebbe il periodo di maggiore sviluppo e produzione tra il 1720 ed il 1750 sotto la guida dei figli Reiner (1698 -1750) e Joshua (1704 – 1765). La produzione della bottega Ottens è enorme; include copie di praticamente tutte le mappe sino ad allora prodotte e disponibili, raggiungendo il numero di oltre 800 lastre, raccolte in 15 volumi di atlanti. Le carte sono caratterizzate dal fatto di essere finemente colorate a mano con colori accesi, mentre scarsa è la loro reperibilità sul mercato. Il seguente gruppo di carte è tratto dal Atlas Maior, pubblicato intorno al 1730. Incisioni in rame, finemente colorate a mano in epoca, ampli margini, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Rare. La mappa è una riduzione di quella realizzata da Pierre Mortier, a sua volta ispirata da Nicolas Sanson. La bottega di produzione, pubblicazione e vendita di materiale cartografico della famiglia fu fondata da Joachim Ottens (1663 – 1719), ma ebbe il periodo di maggiore sviluppo e produzione tra il 1720 ed il 1750 sotto la guida dei figli Reiner (1698 -1750) e Joshua (1704 – 1765). La produzione della bottega Ottens è enorme; include copie di praticamente tutte le mappe sino ad allora prodotte e disponibili, raggiungendo il numero di oltre 800 lastre, raccolte in 15 volumi di atlanti. Le carte sono caratterizzate dal fatto di essere finemente colorate a mano con colori accesi, mentre scarsa è la loro reperibilità sul mercato. Il seguente gruppo di carte è tratto dal Atlas Maior, pubblicato intorno al 1730. Incisioni in rame, finemente colorate a mano in epoca, ampli margini, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Rare. La mappa è una riduzione di quella realizzata da Pierre Mortier, a sua volta ispirata da Nicolas Sanson. Tooley p. 479 - A. Alberghini (a cura di) "Ferrara." p. 62 Dimensioni 305 260mm. Seller Inventory # It25230

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Reinier and Joshua Ottens

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About this Item: Amsterdam. Condition: Very Good. (1725-1750). Map. Seller Inventory # 000278

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Karten. Spanien (Ostküste und Balearen) - Ottens, Reiner und Joshua.

Published by Amsterdam, Reiner und Joshua Ottens, (ca. 1725). (1725)

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About this Item: Amsterdam, Reiner und Joshua Ottens, (ca. 1725)., 1725. Plattengrösse: 51,8x60,3 cm. Blattgrösse: 55,3x64 cm. Kolor. gestoch. Karte, gefaltet. Sammlung Ryhiner 1604,22. - Titel über der Karte. Mit einer längeren Erklärung in Französisch und Neiderländisch unten rechts. - (Unten knapp beschnitten. Im Falz unten eingerissen). Seller Inventory # 15318BB

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OTTENS RAINER & JOSHUA.

Published by Amsterdam (1690)

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About this Item: Amsterdam, 1690. Incisione in rame, colore d'epoca a tutto campo, 465x560. Bellissimo esemplare. Seller Inventory # 4984

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REINER & OTTENS, Joshua

Published by Amsterdam: Reiner & Ottens, c 1720 (1720)

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About this Item: Amsterdam: Reiner & Ottens, c 1720, 1720. Single sheet (22 ¼ x 19 ½) Full margins showing the plate mark. (Very light foxing along margin). A highly decorative and rare map showing Russia under the rule of Peter the Great (1672-1725). This map was found to be a part of Visscher's Atlas Minor. The mapping of the Russian Empire includes conventional signs of Siberian towns, like Tobolsk, Nerchinsk, Irkutsk and Yakutsk; as well as places of nomadic settlement and centers of the Khans, the headmen of the Tartars. The arctic island Novaia Zemlia is shown with a rounded shape and Lake Baikal stretches in an east-west direction. Kamchatka is shown, but is misshapen and extends to Korea and Japan. The Great Wall of China is also curiously depicted. A striking baroque style title cartouche provides us with an allegorical scene with Peter the Great as a seemingly holy figure. The emperor is shown floating amongst the clouds, flanked by two angels. Seeing this apparition, shepherds and hunters can be seen dropping to their knees. The atlas in which this map was found - the Atlas Minor - is a fine and comprehensive composite atlas, and one of a series of large atlases compiled and sold by the Visscher family of art dealers and cartographers in the 17th century. Founded by Nicholas Visscher, his work is known for the high quality of engraving, exceptionally fine ornament, and accurate geographical information. No two of the Visscher atlases seem to have been identical in content, and most contain, like this one, a selection of maps by the Visschers themselves, as well as other cartographers. In addition to the map of Russia, there is a striking world map by Allard with its black background and numerous projections, and found in the "Atlas Major" from about 1705, there are maps of the continents, regional maps of Europe, ten maps of Asia, and seven maps related to America. For more information on this map, or a warm welcome to see other maps and books of our collection at 72nd Street NYC, please contact Natalie Zadrozna. Seller Inventory # 72NZ58

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About this Item: Amsterdam. c1740., 1740. Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 59 x 49 cm. Fine condition A fine engraved map of English Channel with the Strait of Dover - Calais. The map is showing the south east corner of England as far north as Colchester and as far west as Lulworth in Dorset and Gloucester. Part of the continental coast is shown with the island of Alderney. The title, scales and explanation appear across the top of the map. Seller Inventory # 55970

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Reiner & Joshua OTTENS

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About this Item: Amsterdam, 1725. Carta geografica comprendente la provincia di Padova e Venezia, arricchita da tre cartigli in basso contenenti la pianta di Padova, il particolare della Laguna e del forte di Malamocco. La mappa deriva da quelle di Bartolomeo Clarici e di Giacomo Cantelli. Incisioni in rame, finemente colorate a mano in epoca, ampli margini, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Rara La bottega di produzione, pubblicazione e vendita di materiale cartografico della famiglia fu fondata da Joachim Ottens (1663 – 1719), ma ebbe il periodo di maggiore sviluppo e produzione tra il 1720 ed il 1750 sotto la guida dei figli Reiner (1698 -1750) e Joshua (1704 – 1765). La produzione della bottega Ottens è enorme; include copie di praticamente tutte le mappe sino ad allora prodotte e disponibili, raggiungendo il numero di oltre 800 lastre, raccolte in 15 volumi di atlanti. Le carte sono caratterizzate dal fatto di essere finemente colorate a mano con colori accesi, mentre scarsa è la loro reperibilità sul mercato. The workshop founded by Joachim Ottens (1663 – 1719), lived its golden age between 1720 and 1750, directed by his sons Reiner (1698 -1750)and Joshua (1704 – 1765). The production of the workshop is massive; it includes also all the maps that ahd ever been realized until then, with 800 plates collected in 15 atlases. The maps are characterized by the fact that they are all hand coloured, but they are quire rare to be found. The following group is taken from the Atlas Maior, published around 1730. Copper engraving, fine contemporary hand colour, wide margins in excellent condition. Rare. Map depicting the territories of Padua and Venice, decorated with three cartouches on lower part with the city plan of Padua, a detail of the Lagoon and the fort of Malamocco. The map derives from those realized by Bartolomeo Clarici and by Giacomo Cantelli. Tooley p. 479. Dimensioni 450 390mm. Seller Inventory # It25235

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OTTENS, Reinier & Joshua.

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About this Item: 1730. Amsterdam, c.1730. Original colour. 435 x 555mm. Paper lightly toned. A Dutch map of Africa, south of the Equator, with insets of the their fort at the Cape of Good Hope and Table Bay. NORWICH: 163. Seller Inventory # 12418

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OTTENS, Reinier & Joshua.

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About this Item: 1730. Amsterdam R. & J. Ottens, c.1730. Original colour. 585 x 500mm. Original Map of Norway with an inset of the northern part, and a decorative cartouche of a merman and mermaid. Despite being ascribed to De Wit, the map is not a later state of his map but a copy of that of Danckerts. The Ottens brothers probably never acquired any De Wit plates but are just using De Wit's name to sell their map. Seller Inventory # 12260

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OTTENS, Reinier & Joshua.

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About this Item: 1720. Amsterdam: c.1720. Original colour. Two sheet conjoined, total 810 x 560mm. A few small cracks in the verdigris. Russia south to Astrakhan, in fine orginal colour, after De L'Isle. Seller Inventory # 11731

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OTTENS, Reiner & Joshua.7

Published by Amsterdam: c. 1710 (1710)

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About this Item: Amsterdam: c. 1710, 1710. Size: 515 × 610 mm. Copperplate engraving with original hand colour. Slight water staining, and a small repaired tear to upper central fold, otherwise in good condition. A beautiful and map showing southern Andalusia, Gibraltar and Cadiz. This rare map was produced by Joshua and Reiner Ottens in Amsterdam, shortly after Gibraltar was captured by Anglo-Dutch forces in 1704, during The War of Spanish Succession. This fact is mentioned in the boxed map title in the lower left corner. The map shows the region in extraordinary detail, as seen by wonderful renditions of coastal beacons, hills, rivers, castles, towns, roads, churches and the cultivation of local fields. Seller Inventory # 71372

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OTTENS, REINER & JOSHUA.

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About this Item: Amsterdam, chez R. et I. Ottens, 1730 – 1740 circa. Incisione in rame, colore d’epoca, cm 37 x 46 (alla lastra). Grande carta della Liguria con in basso, sotto la veduta del golfo di Genova, tre riquadri con tre più piccole incisioni raffiguranti la pianta della città di Genova vista dall’alto, con il porto con la città nuova, la carta dell’isola di Corsica e la pianta del Distretto della città di Bastia con il relativo porto. Rara. Esemplare fresco, in grandi margini e bella coloritura coeva, ottimo stato di conservazione. Seller Inventory # 306

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About this Item: 1765. Amsterdam: the Widow of J. Ottens, c.1765. Original colour. 520 x 600mm. Two maps on one sheet. Below is a map of St Petersburg, with the proposed development of the island Wasili Osterow, with a Dutch-style grid of canals. Above is a map of the environs of the city, with the course of the Neva river. Seller Inventory # 11670

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OTTENS REINER & JOSHUA.

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About this Item: 1730. Rara grande carta geografica del corso del Po e dei territori interessati dal suo passaggio composta da 5 tavole incise in rame di mm 440x520 ognuna per complessivi 440x2600. Fine coloritura d'epoca a tutto campo. Ottimo esemplare, piccoli restauri nella tavola del Piemonte e Monferrato dovuta ai pigmenti corrosivi della coloritura in verde oliva. cartografia. Seller Inventory # 7132

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OTTENS RAINER & JOSHUA

Published by Amsterdam (1745)

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About this Item: Amsterdam, 1745. Copper engraving, mm 505x895, original color.Decorative sea chart showing the coasts from Africa an area from Morocco to the Spitsbergen islands Iceland and Nova Zemlja; orientated with north to the right and with two large cartouches, in left part an inset shows the eastern part of the Mediterranea sea; one of the most decorative nautical charts of the whole century, published in "Atlas der Zeevaart" based on the previous De Wit's map. After his De Wit the plates of the charts were bought by Louis Renard; he published them with some corrections. The Ottens later bought the plates of the atlas and issued it first in french in 1739 and later, in 1745 in dutch adding for the first time their own names in the plates. Very good condition. cartografia. Seller Inventory # 11390

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OTTENS, Reinier (1698-1750) - OTTENS, Joshua (1704-1765).

Published by Amsterdam: R. and J. Ottens, [ca 1737-1750]. (1750)

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About this Item: Amsterdam: R. and J. Ottens, [ca 1737-1750]., 1750. 4 double-page engraved maps, each matted and framed (ca 21 x 24 inches; framed size: 28 x 52 inches). Four fine engraved maps making one large and comprehensive map of Asia in four parts, with fine original hand-colour in full: La Nouvelle grande carte des Indes Orientales Contenant Les Terres du Mongol Surate, Malabar, Cormandel, Bengale, Aragan, Pegu, Siam, Camboje, Tonquin, & une Partie de La Chine dressée avec soin sur plusieurs cartes manuscriptes, par un habiles connoisseur, & publiée, showing the Bay of Bengal and extending from the Pakistani border across India to the Indo-Chinese peninsula with Burma, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos, some of China and the northern half of Sri Lanka, decorated with a large compass rose. La Nouvelle grande carte des Indes Orientales Contenant Les Empires de la Chine & du Japon, Les Isles Philippines, Couchin, & Les Isles Marianes dressée avec soin sur plusieurs cartes manuscriptes, par un habiles connoisseur, & publiée, showing the coast of China, Korea, the Sea of Korea, the island of Quelpaert, Japan, the Phillipines, Borneo, and the Marianas. La Nouvelle grande carte des Indes Orientales Contenant Contenant les Isles Maldives, Ceylan, Malacca, Sumatra &c. avec Les Terres adjacentes de Couchin, Negombo, Colombo & Sourabaia dressée avec soin sur plusieurs cartes manuscriptes, par un habiles connoisseur, & publiée, showing the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Sumatra and the Malaysian Peninsula, with three inset maps along the bottom edge [1] Carte de Royaume de Couchin de Coilan - [2] Carte de Nigombo, Colombo - [3] Carte de Princepaute de Soerabaye et Terre de Grissik, respectively showing the Malabar coastline, a part of the Sri Lankan coast including Negombo, and the Maduran Strait between Java and Madura, decorated with a large compass rose. La Nouvelle grande carte des Indes Orientales contenant les Isles de Borneo, Iava, Celebes, Mindanao, Gilolo, Molucques, La Nouvelles Philippines, avec Les Isles de Sumbawa, Serbira, Solor, Bouton & Pangesane . dressée avec soin sur plusieurs cartes manuscriptes, par un habiles connoisseur, & publiée, showing the island of Borneo, Celebes, Java, New Guinea, Mindanao and the Philippines, with three inset maps along the bottom edge [1] Isle de Sumbawa - [2] Isles de Serbira et de Solor - [3] Isles de Bouton et Pangesane, respectively showing the island of Sumbawa, the islands of Solor and Sebira, and the islands of Bouton and Pangesane. A magnificent map of Asia at a time of transition from Dutch dominance in the region. In 1700, at about the time that the cartography in this map dates the supremacy of the Dutch East India Company, or the VOC began to wain. Other companies, like the French East India Company and the Danish East India Company also started to make inroads in the area, based on a better knowledge of the cartography on their part, and a weakening in the importance of the traditional commodities essential to the success of the VOC trading operation. The crucial moment came with the Battle of Colachel in 1741 when the Dutch commander Captain Eustachius De Lannoy was captured by the Indian army, the first time an organized Asian power had overcome European military technology and tactics, signalling the decline of Dutch power in India. The brothers Reiner and Josua Ottens assembled collections of maps in atlas form from the 1720s until about 1750, many were taken from the stocks of the leading publishers of the day in Amsterdam or Paris, no doubt as a result of the influence which they were able to exert on their fellow members in the Amsterdam Compagnie van Boekverkopers or Booksellers Guild, of which both Reiner and Josua were at some time Governors. Seller Inventory # 72map291

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About this Item: 1741. Amsterdam: Ottens, c.1741. Original colour. Six sheets conjoined, total 850 x 1590mm. Verdigris weaknesses reinforced on verso. A monumental map of the West Indies published to illustrate the War of Jenkins' Ear (1739-1742), which broke out because of Spanish attempts to hamper British trade with Spain's colonies in the Americas. The eight inset maps shown St. Augustine, Havana, 'la Ville Espagnole de S. Domingue'; Porto Bello, Carthagena, Curaçao, Acapulco & Vera-Cruz. The war gained its name from an incident of eight years earlier: in 1731 Robert Jenkins was returning home from Jamaica in his brig the 'Rebecca' when the Spanish coastguard stopped him on suspicion of smuggling. Jenkins was tied to a mast and had one of his ears cut off by the Spanish captain, who handed it back instructing him to tell King George II that the 'same will happen to him if caught doing the same'. Trade rivalry continued and, at the end of the decade, Britain was concerned that Spain would withdraw the 'asiento' (permission for the British to sell slaves in Spanish America). In a Parliamentary debate about the possible loss of this lucrative trade, Jenkins waved his ear at the MPs and gave the pro-war faction a cause that the general public could understand. Seller Inventory # 13926

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