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Early Balkans
Sebastian Munster

Basle, 1552, French edition. An early map of the Balkans
MUNS0016
£225.00

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Ortelius's map of the northern Balkans in fine colour
Abraham Ortelius.

Antwerp, Vrients, 1602, Spanish text edition. The northern Balkans, with Slovenia and Croatia, based on the map by Augustin Hirschvogel, 1565. The original hand colour is particularly fine, with the woodcut initial on verso also coloured.
ORTE0037
£650.00

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Two views of the Croatian fortress Petrinja
Braun & Hogenberg.

Cologne, 1617. A view and a plan of Petrinja, a remote fortress in northern Croatia. The first is a bird's-eye view by Hofnagel, dated 1597, when the fortress was under the control of the Turks. The second is more of a map-view, and shows new defences built after the Christian forces had retaken it in 1594, including a new satellite fortress on the other side of the river.
BRAU0111
£450.00

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Decorative map of the Eastern Balkans
Gerard Mercator

Amsterdam, Johannes Jansson, 1634. Part of Serbia, with southern Romania, Bulgaria, northern Macedonia and the western part of Turkey including Istambul. By Gerard Mercator himself., with an ornate strapwork title cartouche.
MERC0041
£450.00

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Blaeu Balkans
Willem Blaeu.

Amsterdam, c.1640. Latin text edition. Map of the Balkan countries of Bosnia, Croatia & Slovenia, after Gerard Mercator.
BLAE0119
£300.00

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Hungary, Croatia and Bosnia
Nicolas Sanson.

Paris, Pierre Mariette, c.1654. Map of southern Hungary, centred on the Danube. Also shown are Croatia and Bosnia.
SANS0013
£250.00

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Map of the Balkans
Philip Cluver,

c.1700. The northern Balkans.
CLUV0001
£98.00

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Map of the northen Balkans
Johannes Jansson.

Amsterdam, Schenk & Valk, c.1700. Jansson's map of Serbia, Bulgaria & Romania, with Istanbul marked on the right. For this state Schenk & Valk have added lines of longitude and latitude.
JANS0089
£295.00

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Map of the Eastern Danube
Johann Baptist Homann.

Nuremberg, c.1720. Map of the Danube from Belgrade to the Black Sea, with Istambul in the lower right.
HOMA0036
£350.00

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Uncommon Map of the Southern Balkans
Giovanni Maria Cassini.

Rome, 1788. Albania and Macedonia, with parts of Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania, with a decorative title cartouche. Cassini's atlas was not a financial success, so few examples were printed.
CASS1003
£350.00

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Braun & Hogenberg Kostajnica
Braun & Hogenberg.

Cologne, 1617. A view of Kostajnica, now Kostajnica in Bosnia & Herzegovina and Hrvatska Kostajnica in Croatia, separated by a bridge over the river Una. The town was taken by the Ottomans in 1556 and was occupied until 1687, although Braun's commentary here tells of the brief liberation of 1594.
BRAU0116
£550.00

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Early woodcut plan of Zadar in Croatia
Sebastian Munster

Basle, c.1590. Concentrating on the city defences. With a galley in the foreground representing the Turkish threat.
MUNS0023
£95.00

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Chart of the Bay of Kotor
Joseph Roux.

Paris, c.1804. Chart of the Bay of Kotor, with Kotor, Herceg Novi and Budva marked.
ROUX0004
£75.00

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View of Belgrade
Lasor Varea.

Padua, Lasor Varea, 1713. View of Belgrade.
LASO0001
£120.00

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Early Slovenia
Sebastian Munster

Basle, 1575, Italian edition. Early map of Slovenia.
MUNS0017
£95.00

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