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Aleutian Islands pair
Philippe Vandermaelen.

Brussels, 1827. Two sheets charting the Aleutian Islands, the chain of islands crossing the north Pacific, from Semisopotohnoi to Tanaga, marking the routes of the explorers who mapped them in the 1790s. The maps were published in the first atlas of the world on the same scale, some of the more remote areas of the world such as this are shown in unprecedented detail.
VAND0011
£250.00

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Caucasus
Philippe Vandermaelen.

Brussels, 1827. Very detailed map of the southern Caucasus, with the borders of Persia, Turkey, Armenia, Georgia and Azabaijan. Marked are the cities of Baku, Yerevan & T'Bilisi, and Mount Ararat. The map was published in the first atlas of the world on the same scale, some of the more remote areas of the world such as this are shown in unprecedented detail.
VAND0003
£195.00

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Pair of detailed maps of northern Honshu
Philippe Vandermaelen.

Brussels, 1827. Honshu from just north of Tokyo to the Straits of Tsugaru, with two large texts in French describing the country. Marked on the right sheet is the route of Captain William Robert Broughton (1762-1821), who was sent to the North Pacific to join Vancouver and mapped the coasts of Japan and Korea in 1795. His was the first official encounter between a British ship and the Korean government. Published in the first atlas of the world on the same scale, so some of the more remote areas of the world such as this are shown in unprecedented detail.
VAND0027
£300.00

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Detailed map of the Environs of Tokyo
Philippe Vandermaelen.

Brussels, 1827. The environs of Tokyo, here called Jedo. A large French text describes the country. The map was published in the first atlas of the world on the same scale, so some of the more remote areas of the world such as this are shown in unprecedented detail.
VAND0026
£195.00

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Detailed Mongolia
Philippe Vandermaelen.

Brussels, 1827. Very detailed map of eastern Mongolia, with 'Oloa Baytin' marked in the region of Ulan Bator. The map was published in the first atlas of the world on the same scale, some of the more remote areas of the world such as this are shown in unprecedented detail.
VAND0006
£195.00

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Detailed chart of the Kuriles
Philippe Vandermaelen.

Brussels, 1827. The Kuriles, stretching from Kamchatka to Japan. Formerly Japanese islands, they are now held by Russia. The maps were published in the first atlas of the world on the same scale, some of the more remote areas of the world such as this are shown in unprecedented detail.
VAND0021
£140.00

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Four detailed maps of Tibet
Philippe Vandermaelen.

Brussels, 1827. Four very detailed maps of Tibet, running east from Cashmir to the eastern borders of Tibet & China The maps were published in the first atlas of the world on the same scale, some of the more remote areas of the world such as this are shown in unprecedented detail.
VAND0008
£600.00

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Tibet-China border
Philippe Vandermaelen.

Brussels, 1827. South east Tibet, and the eastern part of Yunnan Province in China. The map was published in the first atlas of the world on the same scale, some of the more remote areas of the world such as this are shown in unprecedented detail.
VAND0009
£150.00

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