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Ptolemiac map of Central Asia
Girolamo Ruscelli.

Venice, 1562. Map of Central Asia after Claudius Ptolemy of Alexandria (c. AD 90-168). covering the area of modern Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kasakhstan, Afghanistan, Kashmir, etc. 'Turris Lapidea' (Tower of Stone) is believed to be Tashkent.
RUSC0025
£125.00

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Map of Central Asia
Rigobert Bonne.

Paris, c.1780. Central Asia from the Persian Gulf to Bhutan, marking Bahrain, the Caspian Sea, Afghanistan, Bukhara and Tibet.
BONN0036
£85.00

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Afghanistan at the outbreak of the First Anglo-Afghan War.
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.

London, SDUK, 1838. Detailed map, centred on Afghanistan but showing the borders of Persia, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, although the Khyber Pass is not shown in its entirety. The map was published in 1838, when the 'Great Game' evolved into the disasterous First Anglo-Afghan War, 1838-1842.
SDUK0072
£125.00

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Map of Afghanistan, Pakistan and the North West Frontier
John Tallis.

London Printing and Publishing Co., c.1860. Drawn and engraved by Rapkin, with three vignettes including a propect of Lahore.
TALL0054
£98.00

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Early miniature map of Bengal
Petrus Bertius.

Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius, 1616. The Bay of Bengal, from Bertius' 'Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum'.
BERT0030
£125.00

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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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Map of the Sri Lankan island Manaar
Philip Baldeaus.

London: A. & J. Churchill, c.1750. The island of Mannar, off the north-west of Sri Lanka, with its Dutch fortress. The fort was built by the Portuguese in 1650, taken over first by the Dutch in 1650 and then by the British in 1795. Baldeaus, a Dutch missionary in the Malabar and Coromandel Districts, wrote about the Dutch settlements in Southern India.
BALD0001
£250.00

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Miniature Map of Georgia & Armenia
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, 1683. Map of Georgia and Armenia, with a decorative title cartouche.
MALL0023
£95.00

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Miniature Portrait of Natives of Georgia
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Frankfurt, 1685. Georgian costume.
MALL0024
£36.00

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A costume plate of a Georgian
Le Prince.

London, c.1785. A colourfully-dressed man from Georgia in the Caucasus. A copy of the plate from Le Prince's 'Collection of the Dresses of Different Nations, Antient and Modern', 1757-72.
LEPR0001
£75.00

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Miniature map of Northern India
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, c.1683. With a decorative title cartouche.
MALL0066
£125.00

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Miniature map of India
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, c.1683. Map of India in ancient India.
MALL0131
£95.00

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Miniature map of India
Robert Morden.

London, c.1688. Map of India from Morden's uncommon world atlas 'Geography Rectified...'.
MORD0010
£95.00

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Miniature map of the Mogol Empire
Robert Morden.

London, c.1688. From Morden's uncommon world atlas 'Geography Rectified...'.
MORD0017
£95.00

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Detailed map of India at the beginning of the 18th century
Pieter van der Aa.

Leiden, c.1710. Map of India with a title cartouche full of images.
AAAA0019
£225.00

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Early plan of Tharangambadi, Tamil Nadu
Jacques Nicolas Bellin.

Paris, 1752. Decorative plan of Tharangambadi or Tranquebar, on the Coromandel coast. Founded by the Danish East India Company in1620, the colony was sold to Britain in 1845. From Prévost's 'Histoire des Voyages'.
BELL0181
£125.00

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Chart of the Arabian Sea
Jacques Nicolas Bellin.

Paris, c.1760. Chart of the Arabian Sea, showing Oman with Muscat clearly marked, with the coasts of Persia, Pakistan and the western coast of India, with the Maldives.
BELL0156
£140.00

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India
Charles Smith.

London, c.1808. Detailed map of British India.
SMIT0001
£59.00

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Cary India
John Cary.

London, 1811. A map of India south of Bombay, with northern Sri Lanka.
CARY0027
£56.00

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Map of Northern India, Bangladesh and the Himalayan Kingdoms
John Tallis.

London, J. & F. Tallis, c.1851. Northern India, with Nepal, Sikkim and Bhotan. Drawn and engraved by Rapkin, with six vignettes including a view of a tiger hunt.
TALL0055
£125.00

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