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From: rainworld archive (Vienna, Austria)

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About this Item: Softcover. Condition: Sehr gut. Seller Inventory # 291920789198

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Nikolaus, Gelpke (Herausgeber)::

Published by Hamburg. 2007., (2007)

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About this Item: Hamburg. 2007., 2007. Unbekannter Einband. Condition: Gut. Leichte Lager-/Gebrauchsspuren, sonst in altersgemäß gutem Zustand. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550. Seller Inventory # 41266

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Published by Hamburg, Dreiviertel Verlag, Dezember (2007)

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About this Item: Hamburg, Dreiviertel Verlag, Dezember, 2007. 1. Auflage, zahlreiche erstklassige Fotos von Magnum-Fotografen, 138 Seiten, 28,0 x 21,0 xm, Broschiert, Softcover/Paperback Zustand: sehr gutes, neuwertiges Exemplar! ACHTUNG/CAUTION:Beim Versand in Nicht-EU-Länder (z.b. USA, Schweiz, Japan, China) können die Versandkosten erheblich von den angegebenen abweichen. Wir informieren Sie direkt, wenn dies der Fall ist. Nicht beeinflussen können wir die Versandgeschwindigkeit und Zuverlässigkeit unserer Versandpartner!. Seller Inventory # 36822

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UDVARDY Joseph

Published by Institutum Historicum Augustinianum s.d., Lovanii

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About this Item: Institutum Historicum Augustinianum s.d., Lovanii. Stralcio da "Augustiniana" In-8°, pp. 61 (da p. 275 a p. 335). Bross. apposta dalla Bottega d'Erasmo. Tit. e cifre a biro in cop. Il famoso codice medievale (1354) di TOMMASO di STRASBURGO, che raccoglieva gli Statuti e le decisioni dei Capitoli Generali del Convento dell'Ordine "des Ermites de S. Augustin". Dotta introd. in francese e TESTO del MARE MAGNUM in latino. Seller Inventory # sp341XLIII

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Palästina - Venetus, Vincentius Coronelli:

Published by o. O., o. Vlg. (1714)

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About this Item: o. O., o. Vlg., 1714. Lithographie. ca. 21 x 50 cm. Auf Karton aufgezogen, etwas wellig u. fleckig. Seller Inventory # 1708BG

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Frederick de WIT

Published by Amsterdam (1680)

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About this Item: Amsterdam, 1680. Carta nautica del Pacifico, per la prima volta pubblicata nel raro "Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee Atlas" e successivamente inserita in alcuni atlanti compositi e nelle ristampe di Renard contenute nell' "Atlas de la Navigation", 1715. La mappa è compilata con una serie di errate concezioni cartografiche; la California è rappresentata come uníisola, sono raffigurate le coste settentrionali dellíAustralia e parzialmente quelle della Nuova Zelanda, con la Tasmania molto lontana dalle altre terre. A Nord del Giappone compaiono le inventate isole di "Ezo" e "Compagnies lant". Molto bello in cartiglio in basso a destra che raffigura un carro guidato da Nettuno e un medaglione con il ritratto di Magellano. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, in buono stato di conservazione. Edizione originale del De Wit. Bibliografia: Suarez, Early Mapping of th Pacific, p. 103, 95; McLaughlin 188. Dimensioni 575x500. Sea chart of the Pacific, filled with some of the most famous cartographic misconceptions. California is an island; the northen coastline of Australia is shown, with Tasmania a long way away from any known coastline; the partial coastline of New Zealand is marked; and to the north of Japan are both 'Ezo' and 'Compagnies lant', semi-mythical islands. A highly decorative title cartouche fills the bottom right corner, depicting Neptune in a chariot and a medallion portrait of Magellan. First published in the 'Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee Atlas' in 1675, this example comes from Renard's 'Atlas de la Navigation'. Instead of being just a re-issue of obsolete plates, Renard updated the charts with new information: here the shape of Tasmania has been altered, with the names changed. Koeman concludes 'that the atlas was intended for use at sea and not only for the consultation on shore'. Copper engraving, contemporary colour, in good condition. De Witís original edition. McLAUGHLIN: 188; KOEMAN: Ren 1. : Suarez, Early Mapping of th Pacific, p. 103, 95; McLaughlin 188. Dimensioni 575x500. Dimensioni. Seller Inventory # OC3656

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DE WIT, Frederick.

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About this Item: 1715. Amsterdam: Louis Renard, 1715. Original colour. 500 x 550mm. A sea chart of the Pacific, filled with some of the most famous cartographic misconceptions. California is an island; the northern coastline of Australia is shown, joined by the Cape York Peninsula to New Guinea; Tasmania is a long way away from any other coastline; the partial coastline of New Zealand is marked; and to the north of Japan are both 'Ezo' and 'Compagnies lant', semi-mythical islands. A highly decorative title cartouche fills the bottom right corner, depicting Neptune in a chariot and a medallion portrait of Magellan. First published in the 'Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee Atlas' in 1675, this example comes from Renard's 'Atlas de la Navigation'. Instead of being just a re-issue of obsolete plates, Renard updated the charts with new information: here the shape of Tasmania has been altered, with the names changed. Koeman concludes 'that the atlas was intended for use at sea and not only for the consultation on shore'. McLAUGHLIN: 188; KOEMAN: Ren 1. Seller Inventory # 17947

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DE WIT, Frederick

Published by Amsterdam (1675)

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From: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB (New York, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Amsterdam, 1675. unbound. First. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 19 1/4" x 22 1/4" Fabulous early map of the Pacific Ocean. A large beautiful title cartouche in Latin and Dutch shows cherubs putting a garland around the statue of Magellan with a couple emerging out of the ocean on a sea shell pulled by a sea horse chariot and mermen. The map includes information about Abel Tasman's voyage to New Zealand and "Anthoni van Diemens Landt" which Tasman named after the Governor General of the Dutch East India company who sent him on the voyage. Old backing removed and re-lined for support. Mat burn, foxing and toning throughout but a stunning sea chart nonetheless, with an excellent impression and masterful original deluxe coloring. Frederick de Wit (1629/30--1706) was one of the foremost cartographers and map sellers of the Dutch Golden Age. Based in Amsterdam, he began with a small printing shop in 1654 and soon became internationally known for his city plans and wall maps of the world. By 1671, he was producing large folio atlases for both his shop and individual patrons that could contain anywhere between 15 and 150 maps. Today, these atlases grace the collections of many museums and institutions as evidence of the vibrant cartographic trade in Amsterdam in the middle- and late-17th century. Seller Inventory # 249915

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