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ORONCE FINE. Nova, Et Integra Universi Orbis Descriptio. Paris, 1541.
The most superior rendering of the world to-date.
ORONCE FINE. Nova, Et Integra Universi Orbis Descriptio. Paris, 1541.
$ 60,000.00
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Abraham Ortelius.  Typus Orbis Terrarum.  Antwerp, 1571
Old color example of the first edition of Ortelius' famous world map.
Abraham Ortelius. Typus Orbis Terrarum. Antwerp, 1571
$ 9,000.00
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Melchior Tavernier, (ca. 1564-1644)  Nova totius terrarium orbis geographica ac hydrographica tabula  Paris, 1643
Rare and spectacular, separately issued double hemisphere world map.
Melchior Tavernier, (ca. 1564-1644) Nova totius terrarium orbis geographica ac hydrographica tabula Paris, 1643
$ 9,000.00
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Nicolas Sanson and Pierre Mariette . Mappe-Monde ...Paris, 1678.
Sanson was the first modern mapmaker to eschew decorative embellishment in favor of the clean and accurate style of map presentation.
Nicolas Sanson and Pierre Mariette . Mappe-Monde ...Paris, 1678.
$ 1,800.00
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BERRY, William (1669-1708). A Mapp of All the World. London: William Berry, 1680.
A fine world map showing all but the eastern coast of Australia, the eastern coast of New Zealand.
BERRY, William (1669-1708). A Mapp of All the World. London: William Berry, 1680.
$ 6,500.00
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Cornelis Danckerts.  De Werelt Caart  Amsterdam, ca. 1700
This map is presented in the new scientific style popular at the turn of the 18th century.
Cornelis Danckerts. De Werelt Caart Amsterdam, ca. 1700
$ 5,500.00
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Heinrich Scherer. Typus Totius Orbis....Munich, 1703
Dynamic Set of Globe Gores Showing California as an Island.
Heinrich Scherer. Typus Totius Orbis....Munich, 1703
$ 3,500.00
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Nicolas de Fer  Mappe-Monde, Ou Carte Generale De La Terre, Divisee En Deux Hemispheres  [Wall Map]  Paris: 1730.
A rare 1730 Guillaume Danet state of Nicolas De Fer’s ornate double-hemisphere wall map of the world.
Nicolas de Fer Mappe-Monde, Ou Carte Generale De La Terre, Divisee En Deux Hemispheres [Wall Map] Paris: 1730.
$ 28,000.00
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Matthew Seutter.  Diversi Globe. Augsburg, c. 1730
Seutter’s famous map modeled on Allard’s world map of 1696.
Matthew Seutter. Diversi Globe. Augsburg, c. 1730
$ 1,800.00
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Richard Marshall.  A New and Curious map of the world...London, 1785.
A large world map with each sphere bordered with scientific facts and theories.
Richard Marshall. A New and Curious map of the world...London, 1785.
$ 22,000.00
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William Darton  A Chart of the World According to Mercators Projection, Shewing the latest Discoveries of Capt. Cook.  London: 1785
Interesting chart of the world presented on Mercator's projection details the discoveries made during Captain Cook's expeditions.
William Darton A Chart of the World According to Mercators Projection, Shewing the latest Discoveries of Capt. Cook. London: 1785
$ 400.00
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Matthew Carey  A Chart of the World According to Mercator's Projection Showing the Latest Discoveries of Captain Cook  Philadelphia, 1814
One of the earliest folio sized maps of the World printed in America. Shows all three of Capt. James Cook.
Matthew Carey A Chart of the World According to Mercator's Projection Showing the Latest Discoveries of Captain Cook Philadelphia, 1814
$ 2,500.00
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Matthew Carey.  A Map of the World from the Best Authorities.  Philadelphia: 1814
Decorative double hemisphere map of the World, which appeared in Carey's General Atlas.
Matthew Carey. A Map of the World from the Best Authorities. Philadelphia: 1814
$ 1,200.00
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Frederick J. Evans  Chart of the Curves of Equal Magnetic Variation. London, 1858.
Published by a distinguished Hydrographer of the Royal Navy.
Frederick J. Evans Chart of the Curves of Equal Magnetic Variation. London, 1858.
$ 400.00
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Gaebler.  Mathematische Geographie

Gaebler. Mathematische Geographie
$ 250.00
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