The best place on the web to buy antique maps! Antique Maps, Globes, Charts,
Atlases & Vintage Graphics
Sign In | Search | Browse | Bid Status  

Contact us  
Close: Feb 7th  Closes in 14 days 19 hrs 24 min
Terms & Conditions: English  Spanish  French  German 
World & Globes | West Hemisphere | No. America | Canada | United States | Latin America
Atlantic & Arctic | Europe & Mediterranean | Asia | Africa | Oceania | Prints | Incunabula | Books

Browsing Title Pages and World Maps.  Displaying records 1 - 44.
Click the title to see complete details. (* following High Bid indicates under Reserve Bid)
Lot#       Title   Subject/Creator   Date/Cond   Low Estimate   High Bid
1 Petrus Bertius Frontispiece, Portrait
Hondius/Bertius
1618
B+
$80.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 5.9 x 7.8 inches)

This portrait of Petrus Bertius appeared at the beginning of his edition of Theatri Geographiae Veteris, which was printed in Leyden by Isaac Elzevir and published in Amsterdam by Jodocus Hondius. Bertius' birthday, November 14, 1565, appears within his portrait. A quote from Daniel Heinsius appears below the portrait.
2 Gerardi Mercatoris Rupelmundani Effigiem... Frontispiece, Portrait
Hondius/Bertius
1618
B
$140.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 5.9 x 7.8 inches)

This portrait of Gerard Mercator holding a globe was engraved by Frans Hogenberg in 1574. The portrait was included in Petrus Bertius' edition of Theatri Geographiae Veteris, which contained the maps from Mercator's edition of Ptolemy.
3 Mre. Jean Law Coner. du Roy en Tous ces Conils. Controleur Gnal des Finances en 1720... Portrait, Mississippi Bubble
Leonard Schenk
1720
B+
$110.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 6.8 x 9.6 inches)

This is a fine portrait of the infamous Scottish financier John Law. Exiled to Europe because of a duel, Law managed to become a financial adviser to the Duke of Orleans. Law proposed the establishment of a state-chartered bank with the power to issue unbacked paper currency, the Banque Generale, which was established in 1716. He was then granted control of Louisiana and founded the Compagnie d...
4 Theatri Geographiae Veteris Tomus Prior in quo Cl. Ptol. Alexandrini Geographie Libri VIII Title Pages
Hondius/Bertius
1618
B+
$180.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 8.2 x 12.8 inches)

This lovely title page to Bertius' edition of Ptolemy's Geographia was copied from Mercator's edition from 1578. The two great Greek geographers stand beneath a classic portico: Claudius Ptolemy, holding an armillary sphere and a pair of dividers; and Marinus, holding a rolled-up map. In the foreground is a globe depicting the ancient world. Above the arch sits a celestial globe flanked by smal...
5 Liber Quartus Urbium Praecipvarum Totius Mundi Title Pages
Braun & Hogenberg
1620
B+
$200.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 8.8 x 13.3 inches)

Fine title page from volume four of a Latin edition of this monumental work on the great cities of the world. The title is engraved onto an architectural monument around which seven female figures from Roman mythology are gathered. Each of the figures is named: Constantia (Steadfast), Honor (Honor and Valor), Dignitas (Virtue), Pax (Peace), Iustitia (Justice), Diligenti (Diligence), and Sapient...
6 De Bello Belgico Decas Prima Famiani Stradae Rom. Societ. Iesu. Title Page, Low Countries
Strada
1636
B+
$550.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 2.6 x 4.1 inches)

The most famous of all cartographic curiosities is the Leo Belgicus, in which the Low Countries were depicted in the form of a lion. This curious form of cartography is one of the highpoints in the Golden Age of mapmaking. This wonderful, miniature version of the Leo Belgicus is based on the original 1583 Aitsinger form with the lion standing facing right with a paw raised and holding a s...
7 Atlas Minor... Title Pages
Mercator/Jansson
1651
B+
$160.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 8 x 6 inches)

The allegorical form of title pages from this period is beautifully composed on this small sheet. The female representatives of the continents look on while geographers carefully measure a globe held aloft by the Titan, Atlas. Through these images, the publisher promises his readers that the following work and its maps will draw on both classical and modern knowledge.
8 A System of Geography with New Maps Title Pages
Herman Moll
1701
B+
$150.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 5.3 x 9.1 inches)

This handsome title page was engraved by M. Vander Gucht and published circa 1701. The engraving centers on Atlas, who is hoisting an armillary sphere. It also features Neptune seated atop a globe, two putti unfurling world maps, Father Time looming with his scythe, and other allegorical figures.
9 Magna Britannia, et Hibernia Antiqua et Nova Title Pages
Robert Morden
1714
B+
$110.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 6.4 x 8.3 inches)

This allegorical title page is centered on Queen Anne, the reigning monarch at the time, holding a wand of state and a pair of scales, signifying Justice. To the sides are figures representing Europe, Asia, Africa and America. Behind Queen Anne is a plinth with Atlas holding the globe. This title page was first used by Hermann Moll for Atlas Geographicus in 1708. The plate was then used...
10 [Lot of 7] The World [and] North America [and] South America [and] Africa [and] Asia [and] Europe [and] Turky in Europe World & Continents
John Gibson
1758
B+
$475.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 0 x 0 inches)

This set of miniature maps appeared in Atlas Minimus, a pocket atlas containing 52 maps, drawn and engraved by John Gibson, with revisions by Emmanuel Bowen, and published by John Newbery. The atlas was considered one of the most attractive miniature atlases of the 18th century. Included in this set are a double-hemisphere world map, maps of each of the five continents, and a map of Turke...
11 [Lot of 5] A Fold ot Reszeinek Lerajzolasa [and] Amerika [and] Afrika [and] Asia [and] Europa World & Continents
1804
A
$1,400.00  
Rare Matching Set of Hungarian Maps

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 16.8 x 12.1 inches)

This rare set of Hungarian maps was prepared by Ezsaias Budai, a geography teacher at the Calvinist College in Debrecen, and was published in Oskolai Magyar Uj Atlas (Hungarian New School Atlas). The maps appear to be based on French atlas maps of the period, and were prepared by three students at the college. The maps show the new discoveries of Captain Cook's three voyages, with updates...
12 Descrittione del Mappamondo World
Tomaso Porcacchi
1586
B+
$350.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 5.7 x 4.2 inches)

Charming miniature map of the world on an oval projection, engraved by Girolamo Porro after a larger world map by Camoccio on the Gastaldi prototype. The huge mythical Terra Incognita dominates the Southern Hemisphere. On a full sheet (7.8 x 11.3") of Italian text with decorative capital letter below map and page 193 above. Italian text continues on the verso.

See also lot 775 f...
13 De Globo Terrae World
Hondius/Bertius
1600
A
$600.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 4.9 x 3.4 inches)

This miniature double hemisphere map is boldly engraved with a strapwork surround, the name Iehova at top, and a compass rose with Jodocus Hondius' imprint at bottom. Terra Australis Incognita fills the Southern Hemisphere and nearly connects to New Guinea in the region of Australia. Due to the small size of the map, there are only a few place names and only the major topographical...
14 Orbis Terrarum Typus de Integro in Plurimis Emendatus, Auctus, et Icunculis Illustratus World
Nicolas Visscher
1657
B
$1,500.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 18.8 x 12.3 inches)

An exquisitely decorated double hemisphere world map, surrounded by engravings including allegorical representations of the continents as well as native inhabitants and wildlife. This is Visscher's first world map to be included in Dutch Bibles. It was so popular that the surrounding decorations were copied by several other cartographers. Two celestial spheres are displayed in the Eastern Hemis...
15 Typus Orbis Terrarum World
Ortelius/Marchetti
1667
A
$475.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 4.3 x 3.1 inches)

Galle's miniature Ortelius atlas enjoyed so much success that it was copied by Pietro Marchetti for the Italian market. This map is based on Ortelius' oval map of the world with huge polar continents providing balance for the world's continents. A Northwest Passage is prominently featured. Italian text on verso.

See also lot 775 for Shirley's reference work on world maps, whic...
16 Totius Orbis Terrarum Tabula, Ejusque Post Diluvium Divisio Inter Filios Noachi World
Joseph Moxon
1671
B
$240.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 12.8 x 8.1 inches)

This interesting and unusual world map is from an English Bible designed to illustrate how the world was divided among the sons of Noah. The map is presented on Mercator's projection, with Europe, Africa, and Asia at the center and South America with a part of North America at left. The island of California is placed at the extreme right of the map, and a Northwest Passage seems entirely ...
17 Tabula Geographico-Hydrographica Motus Oceani, Currentes, Abyssos, Montes Ignivomos in Universo Orbe... World
A. Kircher
1682
A
$800.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 21.8 x 13.3 inches)

The Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher was one of the first compilers of semi-scientific knowledge about the physical features of the world. This extraordinary map depicts ocean currents, volcanoes and deep-sea chasms. The continents are void of political detail and only major lakes, rivers and volcanoes are shown. There are prominent Northwest and Northeast sea passages and a vast southern conti...
18 Orbis Terrarum Tabula Recens Emendata et in Lucem Edita World
Bastiaan Stoopendaal
1682
A
$1,500.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 18.1 x 13.9 inches)

Surrounded by fabulous scenes from the Visscher-Berchem map of 1658, this is probably the most decorative of Dutch Bible maps. The classic scenes depict the abduction of Persephone, Zeus being carried across the heavens in an eagle-drawn chariot, Poseidon commanding his entourage, and Demeter receiving the fruits of the Earth. California is depicted as an island with a flat northern coast...
19 [Lot of 2] Nouveau Continent ou Amerique [and] Ancien Continent avec Plusieurs Isles, Oceans, Mers, Golfes World
Allain Manesson Mallet
1683
A
$200.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 4 x 5.6 inches)

Matched pair of maps of the hemispheres. In the Western Hemisphere, California is shown as an island and there are several disembodied coastlines in the Pacific and the region labeled Terres Australes. In the Eastern Hemisphere, Australia is still in a conjectural form and there is a partial coastline of the southern continent labeled Terres Incognues. A tiny galleon decora...
20 Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula World
Justus Danckerts
1685
B
$3,750.00  
Danckerts' Decorative Double-Hemisphere Map

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 22.9 x 19.1 inches)

This is Danckerts' version of De Wit's splendid maritime world map. The cartographic features include the island of California and an open-ended Great Lakes on the Sanson model in North America. A remnant of Lake Parime is still shown in South America. In Africa, the Nile still rises from twin lakes and the interior is mostly guesswork. In Asia, Australia is represented only by the nor...
21 Mappe-Monde Geo-Hydrographique, ou Description Generale du Globe Terrestre et Aquatique en Deux-Plans-Hemispheres, ou Sont Exactement Remarquees en General Toutes les Parties de la Terre et de l'Eau, Suivant les Relations les Plus Nouvelles World
Sanson/Jaillot
1691
B+
$2,750.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 35.2 x 21.2 inches)

This beautiful double-hemisphere map by Nicolas Sanson was reworked by his sons Guillaume (1633-1703) and Adrian (1639-1718) and published in 1691 by Alexis-Hubert Jaillot. The map displays some interesting cartographic myths such as California as an island and a large Terre de Iesso. In addition, the northwestern coast of North America is largely blank and the Great Lakes are in e...
22 Plan de l'Histoire Universelle, ou l'on voit les Quatre Monarchies du Monde, et Tous les Anciens Etats Aussi Bien que Ceux qui Subsistent Aujourdhuy World
Henry Abraham Chatelain
1708
A
$325.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 17.3 x 13.2 inches)

The unique composition of this interesting map shows the entire world but emphasizes the Old World. The main map depicts the Eastern Hemisphere, into which is inset a smaller Western Hemisphere with the island of California. The map shows the extents of the Roman Empire and Alexander the Great's Empire. Below are vignettes depicting the seven wonders of the ancient world. Tables and com...
23 Mappamondo Overo Descrizione Generale del Globo Terrestre Secondo il Sig. dell' Isle dell' Accademia Reale delle Scienze World
1720
A
$120.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 8.2 x 5.4 inches)

This charming double-hemisphere world map locates only a few key place names within each continent and depicts only major rivers and lakes. A small remnant of the great southern continent remains south of Africa. The northwest coast of North America is left blank, and only the western coast of New Zealand is shown. Australia is also only depicted in part, and is shown connected to New Guinea. ...
24 Carte Generale du Monde, ou Description du Monde Terrestre & Aquatique / Generale Waereld Kaart, of Beschryving van de Land en Water Waereld World
Jean Covens & Corneille Mortier
1730
B+
$900.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 18.6 x 15.8 inches)

This is Pierre Mortier's unique world map drawn on Mercator's projection. It depicts California as an island and the Detroit d'Anian connected by dotted lines through the Northwest Passage to Button's Bay located to the west of Hudson Bay. There is an erroneous large lake shown as the source for the Rio Norte (Rio Grande River) located in the Southwest, as well as an...
25 A New Map of the Whole World with the Trade Winds According to ye Latest and Most Exact Observations World
Herman Moll
1732
B+
$500.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 10.4 x 7.9 inches)

Very nice map with California as an Island. Northwestern North America is largely left blank, with Annian Str. appearing north of California. The eastern seaboard is labeled as the English Empire. Northeast Asia is only partially delineated, with a note in northern Russia that reads, "Parts Unknown." The borders of Australia and Tasmania are incomplete. Above the hemispheres is a...
26 Carte Generale du Globe Terrestre... World
Isaak Brouckner
1755
B+
$375.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 13.3 x 8.7 inches)

This uncommon map features an extravagant collection of Northwest Passage theories, including one based on the infamous expedition by Admiral Bartholomew de Fonte. In 1708, a newly discovered account of the Spanish Admiral's 1640 discovery of the passage was published. That account was actually a journalistic hoax, but thereafter the account was changed and elaborated upon by numerous map...
27 A New Map of the World in Two Hemispheres with the New Discoveries & Tracts of the Two Circum Navigators... World
Robert Sayer
1760
B+
$3,500.00  
Gorgeous Double Hemisphere World Map

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 37.9 x 21.6 inches)

This elaborate, large-scale double hemisphere map of the world was likely issued around 1760 as it lacks many of the later 18th century discoveries on the northwest coast of North America. A partial western coastline of present-day Alaska is depicted with the note "land seen by Capt. Spanberg 1728." Further to the south there are several references to discoveries including Juan de Fuca in 1598, ...
28 [On 4 Sheets] A General Map of the World, or Terraqueous Globe; with All the New Discoveries and Marginal Delineations... World
Samuel Dunn
1794
B+
$3,000.00  
Dunn's Decorative Wall Map of the World & Heavens Showing the New Discoveries of Captain Cook

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 48.5 x 20.5 inches)

This fabulous, large map is one of the most attractive wall maps from the end of the 18th century. The huge double-hemisphere map of the world is surrounded by celestial hemispheres, a chart of the solar system, an inset world map on Mercator's projection, a map of the moon's surface after Father Riccioli, and a fascinating explanation of the Vicissitude of Seasons (with a great graphic of...
29 The World, 1795 World
John C. Russell
1795
B+
$95.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 6.2 x 3.8 inches)

This small double-hemisphere map shows the known world at the end of the 18th century. The map shows the new discoveries from Cook's expeditions in Australia and the south Pacific, although Tasmania is still attached to Australia as the Bass Strait wasn't discovered until 1798. The new United States is labeled American St. with the states of New York, Maryland, Virginia, Georgia and Flori...
30 Chart of the World on Mercator's Projection World
Alexander K. Johnston
1843
B+
$150.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 23.4 x 19.3 inches)

This detailed map of the world is centered on the Pacific Ocean, and shows the tracts of Captain Cook's voyages in the Southern Hemisphere. A rudimentary outline of Antarctica is shown, with the interior labeled "part of the supposed southern continent." A decorative piano key border embellishes the map.
31 The Geological Structure of the Globe According to Ami Boue... World
W. & A.K. Johnston
1846
B+
$250.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 23.8 x 19.9 inches)

This large map, drawn on Mercator's Projection, is a superb example of thematic mapping with various colors and diagrams used to illustrate the geological distributions throughout the world. The geological formations are fully colored and a key delineates the six major categories identified by Ami Boue. The first two categories are further divided through subtle differences in shading. There are...
32 The Geographical Distribution of Plants According to Humboldt's Statistics of the Principal Families & Groups... [on sheet with] Outlines of Botanical Geography. The Distribution of Plants... World
W. & A.K. Johnston
1848
B+
$200.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 22.8 x 19.3 inches)

This large map is a superb example of thematic mapping with various colors and diagrams used to illustrate the distribution of plants throughout the world. A chart at top, Outlines of Botanical Geography..., provides a graphic display of the type of indigenous vegetation in the major mountain regions of the world. At bottom is a map of the world with the distribution of plants depicted th...
33 The World on Mercator's Projection World
John Tallis
1851
B+
$190.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 13.8 x 10.4 inches)

Very handsome steel-engraved world map that was produced from the same plate used to celebrate the explorations by Captain James Cook. This issue has seven vignettes rather than only one of Cook's ship Endeavour. The beautifully rendered vignettes on this issue show important places and cities of the world including London, Constantinople, Niagara Falls, the pyramids of Giza, the Pont Neu...
34 Missionary Map of the World Showing the Prevailing Religions of Its Various Nations and the Central Stations of All Protestant Missionary Societies World
1906
B
$2,000.00  
Very Rare, Missionary Map of the World on Cloth

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 80.1 x 44.4 inches)

This very large, double-hemispheric, thematic map of the world was printed on four joined sheets of linen. It was likely used as a presentation piece that had the benefit of being both large and portable. The map locates the cities where there are protestant missions, and it is color-coded to show various religions. Tonal shading reveals the relative concentrations of each group (Protestants, G...
35 [Lot of 2] Western Hemisphere - Map of Discovery [and] Eastern Hemisphere - Map of Discovery World
National Geographic Magazine
1928
A
$350.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 18.1 x 15.9 inches)

This attractive pair of world maps is based upon murals created by painter N.C. Wyeth which decorated Hubbard Memorial Hall, the National Geographic Society's first formal library. While the maps themselves are based upon modern information and political boundaries, the style and decorative elements are characteristic of 16th century maps including depictions of Zeus, Poseidon, a wind head, and s...
36 Macrobii Ambrosii Aurelii Theodosii, Viri Consularis, & Illustris. In Somnium Scipionis, Lib. II. Saturnaliorum, Lib. VII Ancient World
Ambrosius Aurelius T Macrobius
1570
B+
$1,400.00  
Macrobius' Miniature Ancient World Map

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 4.3 x 6.3 inches)

This work, written by Ambrosius Macrobius, is a commentary on Cicero's Dream of Scipio. It includes a rare woodcut map of the world (1.8 x 1.8") illustrating Cicero's interesting theories. This diagrammatic map shows two distinct regions of the earth. The inhabited Afro-Eurasian continent was balanced by an unknown, and relatively equal, landmass (Temperata Antipodunobis Incognita) on th...
37 [Section of Peutinger Table] Ancient World
Petrus Bertius
1619
A
$275.00  
Rare 9th Segment of Peutinger Table

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 14.9 x 6.4 inches)

This sheet is the rare "9th segment" of the famous Peutinger Table. This decorative strip map depicts the imperial roads and posts within the Roman Empire. The format distorts the landmasses, but provides an excellent view of the cities and roads, which include distances between the posts.

The original parchment document for this incredible map is thought to have been made in the...
38 [Untitled - Eastern Hemisphere] Eastern Hemisphere
Peter Apianus
1574
A
$350.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 4 x 3.9 inches)

This very early printed map illustrates the Eastern Hemisphere. The circumference and diameter of the earth are shown in Italian and German miles. Throughout his life, Apianus was involved in mathematical publishing, cartography and instrument making. The Cosmographia was among his most popular publications. On a full sheet of Latin text (6.4 x 8.3") with a large, decorative capital bel...
39 Poli Arctici Constitutio [on sheet with] Poli Antarctici Constitutio Polar
A. Kircher
1682
A
$180.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 7.6 x 12.9 inches)

Interesting copper engraving showing the two poles. Several landmasses are shown surrounding the North Pole, however the South Pole is completely devoid of any land. This is from Kircher's masterpiece, Mundus Subterraneus (Subterranean World), an immense and amazing work covering all aspects of anything that dwelled or occurred within the earth's interior - from dragons, to fossils, to mo...
40 [Polus Antarcticus] South Pole
Hondius/Jansson
1666
B+
$1,900.00  
Rare Edition with New Zealand, Tasmania and Nova Hollandia

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 19.1 x 16.8 inches)

This early map of the south pole is considered one of the earliest realistic maps of the Antarctic continent, which is partially delineated in a combination of coastline and strings of islands noted as first discovered by Magellan. The circular map also shows parts of South America, Africa and Madagascar with the incomplete coastline of Australia. When first published in 1637, this was the first...
41 Hemisphere Meridional pour Voir Plus Distinctement les Terres Australes South Pole
Guillaume Delisle
1714
B+
$350.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 18.3 x 18 inches)

Delisle's map depicting the Southern Hemisphere shows the tracks of the explorers and circumnavigators around the southern oceans including Magellan in 1520, Abel Tasman in 1642, and Edmund Halley in 1698-1700. The map provides very good detail, particularly of the explorations and discoveries in the South Pacific. Australia, New Guinea, Tasmania, and New Zealand are partially delineated, with A...
42 Globus Coelestis Celestial
Ortelius/Vrients
1601
B+
$275.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 4.8 x 3.3 inches)

This, scarce tiny celestial map presents the northern and southern skies with mythological representations of the constellations based on Ptolemy set in a cloud background. Latin text on verso.

This map was published in Filips Galle's series of Epitome, which first appeared in 1588. Galle was unimpressed with the maps in the Spieghel der Wereld, and therefore gradually rep...
43 Haemisphaerium Stellatum Australe, Aequali Sphaerarum Proportione Celestial
Andreas Cellarius
1661
B
$2,400.00  
The Southern Sky Superimposed on a Terrestrial Map of the Americas

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 20.2 x 17.1 inches)

This is one of the finest celestial charts from the golden age of Dutch cartography. The map presents the constellations of the southern sky superimposed on a terrestrial map of the Americas; thus giving the effect that the stellar system is viewed from space. The terrestrial map shows North America as far as the island of California and Chesapeake Bay. The constellations are presented i...
44 [Lot of 2] Fig. 34 [and] Fig. 36 Celestial
Allain Manesson Mallet
1684
A
$240.00  

Click on the Title for details and to BID on this lot.  (Size: 4.2 x 5.8 inches)

This pair of miniature celestial charts shows the southern and northern skies with allegorical representations of the signs of the zodiac. In the background behind the charts are nocturnal seaside scenes. Size varies slightly.


World & Globes | West Hemisphere | No. America | Canada | United States | Latin America
Atlantic & Arctic | Europe & Mediterranean | Asia | Africa | Oceania | Prints | Incunabula | Books