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Map of Hungary
Guillaume De L'Isle.

Amsterdam, Covens & Mortier, c.1730. Hungary, with some of the surrounding states.
DELI0022
£275.00

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Map of Hungary
Giovanni Battista Albrizzi.

Venice, c.1742. Hungary after Isaac Tirion of Amsterdam.
ALBR0002
£295.00

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Map of Hungary
Didier Robert de Vaugondy.

Paris, c. 1750. Map of Hungary, Transylvania and the northern Balkans.
ROBE0050
£250.00

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Hungary
Jean Janvier.

Paris, Lattré, c.1762.
JANV0001
£150.00

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Uncommon Map of Hungary
Giovanni Maria Cassini.

Rome, 1788. With a decorative title cartouche. Cassini's atlas was not a financial success, so few copies were printed.
CASS1002
£225.00

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Map of Hungary
Thomas Bowen.

London, c.1791. Published in 'Barlow's General History of Europe'.
BOWE0018
£125.00

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Hungary
John Tallis.

London & New York, John Tallis & Co., c.1855. Map of Hungary with engraved vignette scenes, including a prospect of Budapest.
TALL0040
£75.00

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The city of Buda in Hungary
Sebastian Munster

Basle, c.1560, Italian text. View of Buda from an Italian edition of Munster's 'Cosmography'. The text makes no mention of the capture of the city by the Turks in 1541, and a cross still surmounts the church.
MUNS0034
£175.00

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Slovak Republic
Gerard Mercator

Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius, 1616. Decorative map of Moravia, now part of the Slovak Republic.
MERC0031
£225.00

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Miniature map of Romania & Bulgaria
Abraham Ortelius.

Antwerp, 1602, French text edition. Miniature map of Romania and Bulgaria published in Michel Coigent's 'L'Epitome du Theatre de L'Univers d'Abraham Ortelius'.
ORTM0002
£75.00

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Early map of Transylvania
Gerard Mercator

Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius, 1613, Latin text edition. Mercator's own map of Transylvania.
MERC0030
£195.00

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View of the Danube
George Hering.

London: Thomas Maclean, c.1838. A view looking over the Danube from the ruined castle of Bratislava in Slovakia. Destroyed during the Napoleonic Wars, it was restored from 1957. From George Hering's 'Sketches on the Danube, Hungary and Transylvania', with lithographs by J.B. Pyne.
HERI0001
£250.00

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Map of the Black Sea and Ukraine
Nicolas Sanson.

Leiden?, c.1704. A Dutch edition of Sanson's map of the Black Sea, with the Crimea, southern Ukraine and northern Turkey.
SANS0079
£125.00

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Crimea
James Wyld.

London, 1854. Large and detailed map of the Crimea, with insets showing the Black Sea and the defences of Sevastapol. Wyld takes great pains to point out that this is a new edition, rushed out less than two weeks after the Allies landed at the port of Eupatoria on the west coast. News of the Battle of Alma, 20th September, did not arrive early enough for the battle to be marked.
WYLD0007
£85.00

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Detailed map of the Theatre of the Crimean War
John Tallis.

London, the London Printing and Publishing Company, 1861. The Crimea, decorated with vignette prospects of Sebastopol, Eupatoria, the Banks of the Alma and Balaklava Harbour. When the map was first published the Crimean War was still being fought: on the map is marked the undersea 'Electric Telegraph from Varna', extending to Eupatoria, another base of the Allies.
TALL0050
£68.00

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