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Map, Parys 1564
"Luetia vulgari nomine Paris"
Braun and Hogenberg - SOLD


Map, Parys 1564
'Luetia vulgari nomine Paris'
Braun and Hogenberg, entire view

Copper plate and hand colored.
Dimensions: 18.25 by 16.5" frame, 16.75 by 14.75" sight-size.

934-2 - SOLD




Globe, Antique Climate Zone Globe
19th Century - SOLD


Globe, Antique Climate Zone Globe
19th Century, entire view

Wooden globe painted red, white and blue with graphite decoration on a turned wooden base.
Dimensions: 14.5" H, 18.25" globe diameter.

692-17 - SOLD




Classic 17th Century Map Of New England
NOVE BELGICA ET ANGLIA NOVA
Willem Janszoon Bleau
Amsterdam
Circa 1635 - SOLD


Classic 17th Century Map Of New England
NOVE BELGICA ET ANGLIA NOVA
Willem Janszoon Bleau
Amsterdam
Circa 1635, entire view

Depicted are coastal features between Cape Cod and Manhattan; noted are locations of the Manhattan and Mohican tribes. Cape Cod is connected to the mainland; the new Dutch colonies surrounding New Amsterdam (New York) are identified. The English colonies ('Niew Plemouth') are copied from Smith's map of New England, 1616. Recorded on a printed map for the first time are otters and polecats, beavers; egrets, rabbits, bears and a turkey. Depictions of Indian villages are copied from De Bry; Appearing on a printed map for the first time are two images of Indian canoes. The map is dry-mounted and is within a new frame. (Frame: 31.75 x 27.5 inches; view: 15.75 x 20.5 inches; plate: 390 by 505mm.)

843-69 - SOLD





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