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Miniature map of the Far East
Abraham Ortelius.

Antwerp, Plantin, 1593. Minature map of the East Indies, engraved by Philip Galler for Ortelius's Epitome, this example for an Italian-text edition, translated by Giovanni Paulet
ORTM0040
£275.00

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Miniature map of China
Petrus Bertius.

Amsterdam, c.1606. Despite the title this map shows most of the Far East, including India, China, Korea, Japan and the Philippines, with north west America top right. This is an example of the first plate, engraved by Pieter van den Keere rather than Jodocus Hondius.
BERT0104
£350.00

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Decorative Map of the East Indies
Jodocus Hondius.

Amsterdam, 1613. An early example of this map of the Far East, first issued 1606, showing from India to China & the Philippines. With two fine strapwork cartouches in full original colour.
HOND0030
£2400.00

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Map of the East Indies
Henricus Hondius.

Amsterdam, Jan Jansson 1647. Decorative map of South East Asia, showing India and Japan in the north, and New Guinea and partial sections of the coast of Australia in the south, with cartouches for the title, dedication and scale.
HOND0031
£1400.00

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Miniature map of Japan
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, 1683. Japan map, with a decorative title cartouche, published in Mallet's 'Description de l'Univers'.
MALL0135
£225.00

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17th century view of Tokyo
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, 1683. Japan map, with a decorative title cartouche, published in Mallet's 'Description de l'Univers'.
MALL0136
£150.00

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Illustration of 17th century Japanese dress
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, 1683. An illustration of traditional Japanese costume, published in Mallet's 'Description de l'Univers'.
MALL0137
£65.00

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Miniature view of Miyako in the 17th century
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, 1683. An illustration the city of Miyako, published in Mallet's 'Description de l'Univers'.
MALL0138
£98.00

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Map of the East Indies
Nicolas De Fer

Paris, 1705. Map of India and Indochina.
DEFE0025
£390.00

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Map of the East Indies
Didier Robert de Vaugondy.

London, c.1760. Map of India and Indo-China with a decorative rococo title cartouche.
ROBE0047
£175.00

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Map of the East Indies on four sheets
Rigobert Bonne.

Paris, Lattré, 1771. A chart of the East Indies from India to the Philippines and Indonesia, but also showing the land in detail.
BONN0030
£495.00

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East Indies
Antonio Zatta.

Venice, c.1785. One sheet only of a four-sheet map of the East Indies, showing Formosa and the northern Philippines. With the title cartouche.
ZATT0018
£240.00

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Map of Tartary
John Cary.

London, c.1830. A colourful map of Central Asia from the Caspian Sea to Manchuria, including Mongolia, Tibet and Bokara.
CARY0023
£95.00

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Map of the East Indies
John Tallis.

London, John Tallis & Co, c.1851. From the Andaman Islands to New Guinea and north to the Philippines. Also marking Hong Kong. With four vignettes.
TALL0056
£250.00

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Map of the the Russian Empire in Asia
John Tallis.

London, John Tallis & Co, c.1851. Northern Asia, with Siberia and Kamchatka. With four vignettes.
TALL0057
£98.00

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Town plan of Khum Peam Lvek in Cambodia
Jacques Nicolas Bellin.

Amsterdam, 1761. From a Dutch edition of Bellin's atlas.
BELL0144
£95.00

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Early map of China
Johannes Jansson.

Amsterdam, 1647. China, Japan and the northern Philippines, with Korea shown as an island.
JANS0012
£1500.00

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Chart of the environs of Xiamen, China
G. Child.

London: Thomas Salmon, 1747. A map of the environs of Xiamen & Zhangzhou, published in the 'Universal Traveller'. Nieuhof describes the place: 'The place is small, but well-built, has a wealthy suburb, and drives a great trade. The revenue arising from the custom paid by vessels is very considerable'.
CHIL0001
£150.00

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Chart of the environs of Xiamen, China
Jacques Nicolas Bellin.

Paris, c.1750. A map of the environs of Xiamen & Zhangzhou.
BELL0185
£150.00

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Map of Chinese Tartary, with the Silk Road, Great Wall of China & Tibet.
Jacques Nicolas Bellin.

The Hague, c.1760. Engraved by Schley for a Dutch edition of Prevost, illustrating the story of Gengis Khan.
BELL0135
£125.00

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