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Map of St Kitts, Antigua, Bermuda, Barbados
Homann Heirs.

Nuremberg, c.1740. Five maps on one sheet: St Kitts, Antigua, Bermuda, Barbados and Jamaica.
HOMA1024
£490.00

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Map of London & Environs
Homann Heirs.

Nuremberg, 1741. Map of the commuter belt of London, extending to Maidenhead in the west, Luton, Chelmsford & Leatherhead. Under the map is a panorama of London showing from Westminster to the Tower.
HOMA1013
£695.00

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Map of Europe
Homann Heirs.

Nuremberg, c.1743. Europe by the cartographer Johann Matthias Haas.
HOMA1031
£490.00

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Map of British Isles
Homann Heirs.

Nuremberg, 1741. The British Isles with a decorative title cartouche and an inset of the Shetlands.
HOMA1004
£395.00

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Map of Scandinavia
Homann Heirs.

Nuremberg, 1776.
HOMA1019
£450.00

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Map of eastern Belarus
Homann Heirs.

Nuremburg: Homann Heirs, 1775. Map of eastern Belarus, including the the counties of Vitebsk, Polotsk and Mstislavl, seized three years earlier by the Russians in the First Partitiion of Poland. Marking the Dnieper and Dwiner rivers, with the towns of Polack, Orsha & Mogilev. Over the borders are Smolensk in Russia and Kiev in Ukraine.
HOMA1035
£450.00

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Map of the Gulf of Finland
Homann Heirs.

Nuremberg, 1751. The Gulf of Finland, designed to show the approaches to St Petersburg, Tsar Peter the Great's all-year port, Russia's first.
HOMA1009
£750.00

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Map of Corsica
Homann Heirs.

Nuremberg, c.1735. Corsica, with a fine maritime cartouche. At the time of publication the island was controlled by the city-state Genoa, but the next year (1736) a German adventurer, Theodor Freiherr von Neuhoff, was crowned King of Corsica in an unsuccessful attempt at independence. Corsica remained under Genoese control until its purchase by France in 1768.
HOMA1032
£680.00

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Chart of the Strait of Gibraltar in 1756
Homann Heirs.

Nuremberg, 1756. Chart of the Strait of Gibraltar, orientated with north to the bottom of the map, with tables to help mariners cope with the strong tidal forces. Published during the Seven Years' War, the British garrison at Gibraltar is not the focal point of the chart, but the Strait as a route to Minorca. The island's harbour, Mahon, which was a vital shelter for the British Navy, and in the year of publication of this chart the French laid seige to and took the island. An inset shows the routes of the English and French navies to the Balearics.
HOMA1034
£450.00

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