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  WORLD 
 Polar Maps 

BERTIUS, Petrus. [Arctic]
[Regiones Hyperboreæ.] Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius jnr, 1616. 95 x 120mm.
The Arctic Circle, published in Hondius's revised version of Bertius's 'Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum', probably engraved by Hondius himself. It is derived from Mercator's folio map of 1585 (the 1606 state with Nova Zembla now a single, incomplete island), but has new borders of arctic animals rather than roundel maps. BURDEN: 184; KOEMAN: Lan 11a.
[Ref: 10130]    £420.00 ($546 • €487 rates)


  ASIA 
 Indochina 

BERTIUS, Petrus. [Early 17th century miniature map of the Malay Peninsula]
Malacca. Amsterdam, c.1602, French text edition. Coloured. 90 x 130mm.
An attractive and clearly engraved miniature map of the Malay Peninsula, orientated with north to the left, marking 'Sincapura' (Singapore). This is an example of the first plate, without longitude or latitude scales.
[Ref: 15786]    £320.00 ($416 • €371 rates)


 Arabia 

BERTIUS, Petrus. [Early 17th century miniature map of Arabia in rare original colour]
Arabia. Amsterdam, 1603. Original colour. 90 x 130mm.
A miniature map of Arabia, an example of the first plate, without longitude or latitude scales.
[Ref: 14203]    £325.00 ($423 • €377 rates)


  EUROPE 
 Italian Islands 

BERTIUS, Petrus. [Miniature map of Sicily]
Sicilia. Amsterdam, c.1612. Coloured. 90 x 125mm.
A miniature map of Sicily engraved by van den Keere for the Bertius's 'Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum'. Bertius was the brother-in law of both Jodocus Hondius and Pieter van der Keere. About 1620 he moved to Paris, becoming Cosmographer to Louis XIII, and dying there 1629.
[Ref: 11402]    £250.00 ($325 • €290 rates)


 Russia 

BERTIUS, Petrus. [An early 17th Century Miniature map of Russia]
Russia. Amsterdam, c.1616. 90 x 125mm. Coloured.
Engraved by van den Keere for the Bertius's 'Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum'. Bertius was the brother-in law of both Jodocus Hondius and Pieter van der Keere. About 1620 he moved to Paris, becoming Cosmographer to Louis XIII, and dying there 1629.
[Ref: 11401]    £200.00 ($260 • €232 rates)


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