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Records: 1 to 6 of 6
 North America 

JOHNSTON, A.K. [A four-sheet wall map of North America in fine original colour]
Stanford's Library Map of North America Constructed by A. Keith Johnston. London: Edward Stanford, 1863-1881. Original colour. Four sheets, dissected and laid on linen as issued, each sheet 840 x 770mm, total if joined c. 1650 x 1530mm. With original case, very worn.
A very detailed and fine set of four large folding maps of North America and the West Indies with vibrant original colour. Originally issued in 1863, during the American Civil War, this example has 'Additions to 1881'.
[Ref: 9671]    £2,600.00 ($3,372 • €3,019 rates)


JOHNSTON, A.K. [A 19th century wall map of Asia in fine original colour]
Stanford's Library Map of Asia constructed by A. Keith Johnston F.R.S.E., F.R.G.S. &c. London, Edward Stanford, 1862, First Edition. Dissected and laid on linen edged in blue silk, total 1550 x 1720mm, loose within black morocco covers. Paper lightly toned, some slight spotting.
A monumental antique map of Asia, with the British possessions marked in red.
[Ref: 12310]    £1,800.00 ($2,335 • €2,090 rates)


JOHNSTON, A.K. [Australia]
Australia. London, c.1856. Coloured. Image size 505 x 615mm. Two repaired tears in top border.
Australia, still with most of the Outback left blank.
[Ref: 7995]    £250.00 ($324 • €290 rates)


JOHNSTON, W. & A.K. [Antique map of Invernessshire]
Johnston's Map of the County of Inverness with the Railways. Edinburgh, Johnston, 1850. Original hand colour. Folding map, dissected and laid on linen, total 1030 x 1320mm, with red cloth gilt slipcase. Some scuffing to slipcase,
A superbly-detailed antique map of Invernessshire, centred on Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal, with the eastern part of Skye.
[Ref: 12324]    £400.00 ($519 • €464 rates)

JOHNSTON, W. & A.K. [A map of Central Scotland advertising golf at Gleneagles]
The Heart of Scotland: Gleneagles. Glasgow: McCorquodale & Co. Ltd. for Gleneagles, c.1930. Colour lithograph, sheet 830 x 1130mm, folded into original colour-illustrated covers.
An oval map of central Scotland, with the title and scale on scrolls on the map and an inset of the rail routes to Scotland in the North Sea. Many landmarks are illustrated with vignettes, and a dotted line shows the 'Probable Route taken by David Balfour in R.L. Stevenson's 'Kidnapped''. The logo of Gleneagles appears in both upper corners and that of the London Midland & Scottish Railway Company in the lower ones.
[Ref: 17223]    £500.00 ($649 • €581 rates)

 Decorative Items 

A.K. [A German serio-comic view of the Great War]
Gedrängte Frühjarksübersicht von Europa im Jahre 1915. Misstabe bis auf weiteres 3 gegen 7. Hamburg: Lucas Gräfe, 1915. Chromolithograph. Sheet 550 x 705mm, with original title label pasted on reverse. Original folds with minor wear.
A German satire of Europe during the First World War, published in early 1915, before Italy joined the Entente against Germany, as it is shown standing, teetering in a rocking chair. Both Germany and Austria are queens, sending their troops to guard the fronts against France (depicted by Marianne on a rocking horse) and Russia (a large moujik or peasant). Britain sits on a large sack of money. Turkey has padlocked the Dardanelles. The style of the illustrations and rhymes are more in the style of children's books than most maps of this genre. The most bloodthirsty vignette is the portrait of Paul von Hindenburg chopping off the right hand of the moujik with an axe, a reference to his victory at the Battle of Tannenberg. SOUCACOS: p.222-3.
[Ref: 19275]    £2,800.00 ($3,632 • €3,251 rates)

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