[Ca. 1595-1609: this copy with the inscribed date 1595]. Fine Mercator Map of Russia. An extremely decorative and... Read More
[N.p: ca. 1590]. Abraham Ortelius (1527-98) was a Flemish geographer of German origin. His major work, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (1570, with later revisions and addendums), was the first modern atlas. It was based on contemporary charts and maps, and contained a collection of plates engraved by Frans Hagenberg in a....
London: Priestley and Weale and by the Author, 1829. Map of Ancient Coins. The large and wonderful Atlas, the only one of its kind we have seen, was done by Richard Benjamin Green (1808-18760), watercolorist, portrait and landscape artist, lecturer, drawing instructor, and apparently, a student of ancient coins.
Cincinnati, Ohio: E. Mendenhall 157 Main Street, 1867.
np: [c. 1590]. Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598) was a Flemish geographer of German origin. His major work, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (1570, with later revisions and addenda) was the first modern atlas. It was based on contemporary charts and maps, and contained a collection of plates engraved by Franz Hagenberg in a....
Paris: Quay des Augiustin...Jombert, 1750. Nouvelle edition. Jacques Ozanam (1640-1718) was self-taught maths teacher. This book was very popular and was first published in 1693. There are several chapter on mapping the sea.
Paris: Chez l'Auteur, 1817. Second edition.
Paris: Chez l'Auteur et Antoine Boudet, 1761.
New York: International Globe Co for John Wanamaker, . Uncommon survival, being a "flat-globe" produced by the International Globe Company for Wanamaker, with an accompanying text booklet edited by Commander Peary, as the president of the American Geographical Society. From the front wrapper: "The international flat globe is printed upon...
Philadelphia: Published by Stedman, Brown & Lyon, 1872.
Philadelphia: Stedman, Brown & Lyon, 1872.
np: U.S.G.S. Edition of 1902 reprinted in October, 1908.
London: George Philip & Son, Geographical and Educational Depot, 22 Fleet Street, c. 1890. A planisphere -- a star chart in the form of two adjustable discs -- can be adjusted to display the visible stars for any time and date. Rotating the upper leather disc alters the stars that...
New York: Published by John Reid, 1796. First Edition. The Reid atlas is the second strictly American Atlas, preceded only by the 1795 Mathew Carey General Atlas. It includes detailed engraved maps of North America, South America, and the United States; and maps of New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode...
London: Wm. Faden, Successor to the Late T. Jeffrys, Geogr. to the King, June 28th, 1780. Second edition.
N.P. [probably Montreal: C.R. Chisholm & Bros., 1860s]. Drawn by Alfred R. Waud, Boston. The map shows the St. Lawrence from Horseshoe Falls and Cynthia Island to Quebec with illustrations.
London: Stanford, 6, Charing Cross Road, July 28, 1870. Stanford's Series of New Library Maps.
London: Published for the Proprietors by Mr. Bull Holles Street, Cavendish Square, 1832. First edition.
[London: Harrison & Co, 1783-1784]. Maps of the Hemispheres. The first “A General Stereographic Map, on the Plane of the Meridian” and the other showing a “Stereographic Projection on the Plane of the Horizon” and “Orthographic Projection on the pLane of the Meridian”.
Zurich: Verlag von Heinrich Keller, 1856.
Strasbourg: l'An 8 [1799-1800]. Weiss was the cartographer for Etat Major Général de l'Armée du Rhin.
Londres: W. Faden Charing Cross, Ca. 1799.
Milan: Chez Stucchi Fr.; Turin: chez J. B. Maggi, 1842.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1860.