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Map of Germany with cartouche
Emanuel Bowen.

London, c.1745. Bavaria, but also Including Bohemia, Moravia and Austria. Published for 'Mr Tyndal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History' [of England], with a decorative title cartouche.
BOWE0006
£120.00

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Detailed map of Stralsund & Rügen
James Wyld.

London, c.1860. Detailed map, published just prior to the unification of Germany under Prussian dominance. With an inset of Stralsund city.
WYLD0014
£170.00

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Map of the environs of Berlin
Jean Chevalier de Beaurain.

Paris, 1757. Brandenburg, with Berlin at the centre, also marking Potsdam and Stettin (now Szczecin in Poland).
BEAU0001
£250.00

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Brandenburg map
Crépy

Paris: Crépy, 1767. Province of Germany
CREP0006
£68.00

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Map of Brunswick-Lüneburg, later Hanover.
Johannes Jansson.

Oxford: Moses Pitt, c.1682. Map of the Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg (which evolved into Hanover), decorated with a superb dedication cartouche in full colour. This example comes from volume 3 of the 'English Atlas', a collboration between English and Dutch publishers to produce a 12-volume atlas for the English market. Some of the maps were printed in Amsterdam, but some were transported to England and re-engraved. The enterprise was too ambitious: only four volumes were published and Pitt spent nearly three years in Fleet Prison for debt.
JANS0080
£200.00

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Cologne plan.
Nicolas De Fer

Paris, 1705. Plan of Cologne, focusing on the defences, orientated with north to the right.
DEFE0035
£295.00

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Dresden Plan
John Stockdale.

London, 1800. Map of Dresden with a 48-point key and a decorative title cartouche.
STOC0004
£125.00

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Hamburg plan
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.

London: SDUK, 1841. Detailed map of Hamburg.
SDUK0070
£98.00

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Miniature map of Franconia
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, 1683. Map of Franconia in Germany, marking Würtsburg, Nuremberg & Bamberg, published in Mallet's 'Description de l'Univers'.
MALL0122
£68.00

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Prospect of Frankfurt
Pieter Schenk.

Amsterdam, c.1702. Prospect of Frankfurt am Main, Germany
SCHE1003
£250.00

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Impressive map of Frankfurt and environs
Johann Baptist Homann.

Nuremberg, c.1720. Famous map of the environs of Frankfurt with a prospect of the city underneath, surrounded by allegorical figures.
HOMA0014
£750.00

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View of Frankfurt
Robert Bowyer.

London, 1814. An early example of this view of Frankfurt, published in the 'Triumphs of Europe', a history of the Napoleonic campaign. It shows the river workers on their boats, with the city behind.
BOWY0002
£250.00

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Plan of Hanover
Millar.

London, c.1785. Plan of Hanover, concentrating on the defensive walls, engraved by Lodge. William IV was the last British monarch to also rule Hanover: when he was succeeded by Victoria Salic Law prevented her taking the Hanoverian throne.
MILL0005
£150.00

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Map of Holstein and Hamburg
Johann Baptist Homann.

Nuremberg, c.1720. The environs of Hamburg, with an allegorical title cartouche and a block of armorials.
HOMA0017
£290.00

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Large decorative map of Holstein
Georg Matthaus Seutter.

Augsburg, c.1740. Large decorative map of Holstein, marking Hamburg, with ornate cartouches for title and scale.
SEUT0017
£180.00

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Holstein & Hamburg
James Wyld.

London, 1875. Large and detailed map, shortly after the acquisition of Holstein by Bismark.
WYLD0008
£98.00

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Map of the Environs of Hamburg
Johann Baptist Homann.

Nuremberg, 1729. The environs of Hamburg, with an allegorical cartouche featuring the bombardment of a city.
HOMA0065
£225.00

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Map of Maintz
Johannes Jansson.

Amsterdam, 1657. Maintz, orientated with north to the left, marking Frankfurt and Heidelberg. The title cartouche features putti and grapes.
JANS0031
£200.00

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Munich Plan
John Stockdale.

London, 1800. Map of Munich with a 52-point key and a decorative title cartouche.
STOC0005
£140.00

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Townplan of Nuremburg
Christoph Weigel.

Nuremburg, 1718. Detailed townplan of the cartographer's home city, with extensive keys.
WEIG0023
£350.00

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