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Map of the Netherlands
Thomas Stackhouse.

London: Stackhouse, c.1786. With bright original colour.
STAC0001
£49.00

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Map of Marlborough's route through Belgium
Johann Baptist Homann.

Nuremberg, c.1706. A large and decorative map of Belgium during the War of the Spanish Succession. The progress of the English army under John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, through the low countries is marked by a series of towns marked in red as 'Englische Besatzung' ('occupied by the English'). Antwerp has yet to fall, dating the map to pre-1706. A vignette lower right has a prospect of Luttich / Leige.
HOMA0064
£240.00

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Map of Belgium
Emanuel Bowen.

London, c.1745. Published for 'Mr Tyndal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History' [of England], with a decorative title cartouche.
BOWE0001
£120.00

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Decorative map of Belgium
John Tallis.

London Printing and Publishing Company, c.1860. With inset vignettes including views of Antwerp Cathedral and the Monuments on the Plains of Waterloo.
TALL0052
£79.00

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Hansiatic League Headquarters in Antwerp
Matthaus Merian.

Frankfurt, c1660. The Hansiatic League Headquarters in Antwerp.
MERI0013
£95.00

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Plan of Antwerp
Nicolas De Fer

Paris, 1705. Plan of Antwerp, focusing on the defences, with an extensive key. With a sheet of engraved text.
DEFE0011
£195.00

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Map of Antwerp with fortifications
Eugène Henri Fricx.

Brussels, 1711-12. A fine impression of this plan of Antwerp, highlighting the fortifications and showing the important buildings in profile. An inset shows the environs of the city.
FRIC0001
£390.00

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Townplan of Antwerp
Christoph Weigel.

Nuremburg, 1718. Detailed townplan, with an inset of the environs.
WEIG0024
£290.00

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16th century townplan of Bruges (Brugge)
Braun & Hogenberg.

Cologne, c.1572. Bird's-eye view of Bruges from the northwest, published in the 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum'.
BRAU0010
£650.00

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Brussels
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.

London: Baldwin & Cradock, 1837. Detailed map of Bruxelles, with an inset map of the environs.
SDUK0006
£60.00

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Plan of the Battle of Maastricht, 1703
Isaac Basire.

London, 1745. Fought in the War of the Spanish Succession. 'D'Auverquerque' is the Dutch General Ouwerkerk, ally of Marlborough against the French. Engraved by Basire for 'Mr. Tindal's Continuation of Mr.Rapin's History of England'.
BASI0006
£185.00

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Early 17th century plan of The Hague
Braun & Hogenberg.

Cologne, 1617. An early map/view of the Hague with an 18-point key, published in the 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum'.
BRAU0094
£1400.00

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Map of the Netherlands
Nicolas Sanson.

Paris, c.1692. The Netherlands, engraved by A. de Winter for the quarto edition of Sanson's atlas. The title cartouche features allegorical figures including Mercury & Neptune.
SANS0048
£150.00

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Decorative map of Holland
John Tallis.

London, John Tallis & Co., c.1851. With inset vignettes including a view of Rotterdam.
TALL0016
£59.00

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Early map of Friesland
Abraham Ortelius.

Antwerp, Jan Baptist Vrients, 1602, Spanish text edition. A map of West Friesia or Friesland, with an inset showing the region in Roman times, from a Spanish edition of the 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum', the first edition published by Vrients.
ORTE0038
£680.00

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Early map of Frisia
Abraham Ortelius.

Antwerp, 1592, Latin text edition. A map of Friesland, with an inset showing the region in Roman times, from a Spanish edition of the 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum', the first edition published by Vrients.
ORTE0039
£420.00

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Map of West Frisia
Willem Blaeu.

Amsterdam, 1640. West Frisland, with three fine cartouches in full colour.
BLAE0030
£250.00

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Map of Overijssel
Crépy

Paris: Crépy, 1767. Province of the Netherlands.
CREP0005
£56.00

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Map of Utrecht
George Louis Le Rouge.

Paris, c.1756.
LERO0006
£68.00

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Decorative plan of Flushing
Christiaen Vermey.

Leiden, van der Aa, 1711. An uncommon plan of Vlissingen, known in English as Flushing. In the 17th century Flushing was a main harbour for ships of the Dutch East India Company (VOC).
VERM0002
£180.00

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