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An early 17th century prospect of Polná
Braun & Hogenberg.

Cologne, 1617. A view of Polná, on the trade route from Prague to Vienna. Stragely the town belonged to Moravia and its castle to Bohemia.
BRAU0114
£500.00

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Miniature map of Austria
Abraham Ortelius.

Antwerp, Plantin, 1593. Minature map of Austria, engraved by Philip Galler for Ortelius's Epitome, this example for an Italian-text edition, translated by Giovanni Paulet.
ORTM0042
£75.00

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Map of Austria
Petrus Bertius.

Amsterdam, c1606, A fine miniature mapof Austria, printed from the printing plate used to print this map for the Bertius atlas, with the narrow borders without longitude and latitude marks.
BERT0108
£75.00

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Map of Northern Austria
Didier Robert de Vaugondy.

Paris, 1752. Northern Austria, marking Vienna. The title cartouche features two discarded turbans, representing Austria's importance in Europe's defence against the Ottomans.
ROBE0049
£225.00

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Map of the Austrian Province of Carinthia
Johann Baptist Homann.

Nuremberg, c.1720. Map of Carinthia in the Austrian Alps, with a propect of Klagenfurt and two other vignette scenes.
HOMA0066
£390.00

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Miniature map of Salzburg
Abraham Ortelius.

Antwerp, Plantin, 1593. Minature map of Salzburg in Austria, engraved by Philip Galler for Ortelius's Epitome, this example for an Italian-text edition, translated by Giovanni Paulet. The map is unusually decorative for the series, appearing to be on a tromp l'oeil scroll above a view of the city of Salzburg.
ORTM0044
£75.00

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Miniature of Vienna
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, c.1683. Prospect of Vienna
MALL0045
£98.00

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Vienna plan
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.

London: Baldwin & Cradock, 1833. Detailed map of Vienna, with elevations of important buildings underneath.
SDUK0064
£89.00

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Prospect of Vienna
Millar.

London, c.1785. A prospect of the Austrian city of Vienna, capital of the Germanic 'Holy Roman Empire'. Engraved by Hawkins for 'Millar's New Complete & Universal System of Geography'.
MILL0003
£69.00

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Map of eastern Belarus
Homann Heirs.

Nuremburg: Homann Heirs, 1775. Map of eastern Belarus, including the the counties of Vitebsk, Polotsk and Mstislavl, seized three years earlier by the Russians in the First Partitiion of Poland. Marking the Dnieper and Dwiner rivers, with the towns of Polack, Orsha & Mogilev. Over the borders are Smolensk in Russia and Kiev in Ukraine.
HOMA1035
£450.00

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Map of the Black Sea
Pierre Francois Tardieu.

Paris, c.1795. Detailed map of the environs of the Black Sea.
TARD0003
£170.00

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Bohemia by Gerard Mercator himself
Gerard Mercator

Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius, 1613. Decorative map of Bohemia by the creator of the famous 'Mercator's Projection'.
MERC0005
£350.00

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Early map of Bohemia
Sebastian Munster

Basle, 1628, German edition. Bohemia, centred on Prague.
MUNS0019
£98.00

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Miniature map of Czech Republic
Pieter van den Keere.

London, William Humble, 1646. A decorative miniature map of Czech Republic, engraved by van der Keere for the Speed 'Epitome' atlas.
KEER0004
£58.00

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Miniature map of Bohermia
Johannes Jansson.

Amsterdam, c.1648, German text edition. Coloured. Miniature map of Bohemia engraved for the 1628 edition of the 'Atlas Minor'.
JANS0092
£68.00

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Czech Republic
Antonio Zatta.

Venice, 1796. Map of Czech Republic and surrounding area
ZATT0056
£150.00

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Plan of Prague
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, 1683. Plan of Prague. In 1689, soon after publication, a great fire, blamed on French spies, devastated the city.
MALL0064
£140.00

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Plan of the Siege of Prague in 1742 with a portrait of Maria Theresa
Gentleman's Magazine.

London, 1742. A plan of the Austrian siege of the French troops holding Prague, which they had taken in 1741. The French managed to slip away.
GENT0004
£150.00

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Map of Bohemia
G. Rollos.

London, 1759. Map of Bohemia, now the Czech Republic, 'Engraved (by the King's Authority' for the Geographical Dictionary'.
ROLL0002
£75.00

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Prague
Lasor ŕ Varea.

Padua, Lasor ŕ Varea, 1713. A map/view of Prague.
LASO0003
£78.00

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