1777. 240 mm x 205 mm. Unbound. c 1777. An early hand-coloured engraved map, showing Arabia, India, Persia, Moguls Empire, Tibet, China, Tartary, Japan, Great Russian Empire. Illustrated name plate at bottom left showing plants. Minor wear at edges but else a very handsome small map. Height 205mm Width 240 mm.
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1777. 295 mm x 205 mm. Unbound. c 1777. An early hand-coloured engraved map, showing the East Indies as it was, including India, Ceylon, Mogul's Empire, Within and Beyond the Ganges, Siam, Malacca, Sumatra, Phillipine Islands, Borneo, Java, Celebes, New Guinea. A name plate at top is coloured gold. Height: 205 mm Width: 295 mm.
London: G.G. & J. Robinson, 1798. No Binding. Copper engraving of the Isles of Quelpaert, Hoapinsu, Dagelet, Botol, and Kumi, from La Perouse' voyage with the frigates La Boussole and L'Astrolabe, all sighted in May during their visit to the Korean peninsular in 1787. Very clean copy of the English...
Amersterdam: 1753. TIRION. Unbound. Early, orig Dutch engraved map showing the J Oostindie's map of Eastern Hemisphere, depicting East Asia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Australia (incorporating New Guinea), New Zealand and Africa. Free-floating but protected by mylar. Full size 430mm x 390mm. A very early handsome map.