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  ASIA 
 China 

DU HALDE, Johann Baptiste. [The Province of Sichuan]
Province XI Se-Chwen ... London: T.Gardner for E. Cave, 1738-41. Coloured. 420 x 480mm.
Showing the XI Province 'Se-Chwen'. Includes a table of latitudes and longitudes. Engraved by Emanuel Bowen, this is from an English Edition of Du Halde's 'Descriptions De La Chine'.
[Ref: 16296]    £320.00 ($431 • €364 rates)


DU HALDE, Johann Baptiste. [The Province of Huquang]
Province IX Hu-Quang... London: T.Gardner for E. Cave, 1738-41. Coloured. 470 x 420mm.
Showing the IX Province 'Hu-Quang'. The course of the missionaries progress through the region is marked on the map. Engraved by Emanuel Bowen, this is from an English Edition of Du Halde's 'Descriptions De La Chine'.
[Ref: 16297]    £300.00 ($404 • €342 rates)


DU HALDE, Johann Baptiste. [The Chinese Province of Henan]
Province VII Ho-Nan, Drawn on the Spot by the Peres Regis de Mailla and Henderer in the Year 1714... London: T.Gardner for E. Cave, 1738-41. Coloured 330 x 330mm.
Showing the VII Province of China, 'Ho-Nan'. Engraved by Emanuel Bowen, this is from an English Edition of Du Halde's 'Descriptions De La Chine'.
[Ref: 16299]    £275.00 ($370 • €313 rates)


DU HALDE, Johann Baptiste. [The Chinese Province of Kyang-Si]
Province III Kyang-Si Drawn on ye Spot by ye Peres de Tartre & Cordoso in the Year 1714... London: T.Gardner for E. Cave, 1738-41. Coloured. 350 x 285mm. Close margin on right. Chipped corner bottom right.
Showing the III Province of China, 'Kyang-Si'. Includes a table of latitudes and longitudes and an explanation of pace names. The prefix 'FU' denotes a city of the first rank; 'Chew', a city of the second rank; 'Hyen' a city of the third rank. Engraved by Emanuel Bowen, this is from an English Edition of Du Halde's 'Descriptions De La Chine'.
[Ref: 16301]    £240.00 ($323 • €273 rates)


 Korea 

DU HALDE, Johann Baptiste. [Scarce English edition of the famous Du Halde/D'Anville map of Korea]
The Kingdom of Korea [called by the Chinese Kau-Li-Qua and by the Manchews Solho Koron.] London, 1738. Coloured. 510 x 360mm. Bottom margin and bottom right corner re-instated.
First appearing in French c.1735 under the title Royaume de Coree, this was the earliest separate map of Korea to appear in any European publication. This English edition was issued in 1738 and boasts an entirely re-engraved title cartouche and the addition of a lengthy legend which begins, 'This Map was Copy’d from one in the King of Korea’s Palace, by a Chinese Lord, sent on an Embassy to that Monarch by the Emperor of China in 1710.' There is also a new inscription to John David Barbut, Secretary to the Post Master General.
[Ref: 17159]    £4,000.00 ($5,384 • €4,556 rates)


 Central Asia 

DU HALDE, Johann Baptiste. [Large scale map of Tibet and environs on nine sheets]
The first Sheet included in ye Map of Tibet .. [& Sheets 2 - 9] London: T.Gardner for E. Cave, 1738-41. Coloured. 9 sheets each approximately 330 x 480mm.
The first large scale map of Tibet and Western China, made up of nine separate sheets. This highly comprehensive eighteenth century map of the region was compiled from extensive Jesuit surveys carried out in 1717. The Jesuits used maps prepared by "Lama Mathematicians" as a basis. Engraved by Emanuel Bowen, this is from an English Edition of Du Halde's 'Descriptions De La Chine'.
[Ref: 16293]    £2,800.00 ($3,769 • €3,189 rates)


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