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Miniature Map of northern Scotland
Petrus Bertius.

Amsterdam, 1616. Scotland north of Montrose, after Mercator, published in an edition of Camden's 'Britannia'.
BERT0022
£140.00

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The First Issue of Jansson's Map of Scotland
Johannes Jansson.

Amsterdam, 1636, German text edition Decorative map of Scotland with two large cartouches and an inset of the Orkneys. The first issue of this map: the English edition of the same year used the old Mercator map.
JANS0046
£980.00

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Early map of northern Scotland.
Tomaso Porcacchi.

Padua, Lasor Varea, 1713. Northern Scotland, engraved by Girolamo Porro for Porcacchi's 'Isole del Mondo', 1572. The islands are shown far larger than they should be and tightly packed.
PORC0009
£225.00

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Map of Scotland with allegorical cartouches
Johann Baptist Homann.

Nuremberg, c.1720. Scotland in bright original colour, with allegorical cartouches for the title and scale, both in full colour..
HOMA0067
£525.00

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Map of Scotland
Antonio Zatta.

Venice, 1776. Scotland, with a vignette title cartouche and a scroll-line inset of the Shetlands, published by Zatta in his 'Atlante Veneto'.
ZATT0073
£225.00

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Large Scotland
Reilly, Franz von.

Vienna, 1795. Large map of Scotland, with an inset of the Orkeys and Shetlands.
REIL0005
£225.00

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Two-Sheet Map of Scotland
Antonio Zatta.

Venice, 1795. Two sheet map Scotland, each with a vignette title cartouche, published by Zatta in his 'Atlante Veneto'.
ZATT0072
£400.00

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A Turner Landscape of the River Clyde.
J.M.W. Turner,

London, Charles Turner, 1809. Women bathing under a waterfall on the Clyde, the river that flows through Glasgow, Scotland's most important maritime city. Published in Turner's 'Liber Studorum', a collection of views by the English master of landscape, with plates engraved by Charles Turner (no relation).
TURN0002
£225.00

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Dumbarton according to the Reform Act.
R.K. Dawson.

London, 1832. A ward map of Cambridge according to the Reform Act of 1832.
DAWS0002
£49.00

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Fine Ve d'Optique of Edinburgh Castle
Basset.

Paris, Basset, c.1770. A view looking up at Edinburgh Castle from the streets of the city. Ve d'optiques were designed to be looked at through an optical viewer called a zograscope, which reversed the image. This accounts for the title engraved backwards above the image.
BASS0001
£255.00

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Brandt view of Edinburgh
J. Brandt.

Leipzig: G. Schubert, c.1860. View of Edinburgh from near Arthur's Seat.
BRAN0001
£195.00

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Edinburgh
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.

London, SDUK, 1838. Map of environs of Edinburgh
SDUK0017
£45.00

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View of Glasgow
Thomas Kelley.

London, Kelly, 1817. View of the city from across the Clyde River.
KELL0003
£65.00

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