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 West Indies 

HOMANN HEIRS. [English Possessions in the West Indies]
Dominia Anglorum in præcipuis Insulis Americæ ut sunt S. Christophori, Antegoa, Jamaica, Barbados, nen non Insulæ Bermudes vel Sommers dictæ... Nuremberg, c.1730. Original outline colour. 500 x 580mm. Some restoration.
Five maps on one sheet: St Kitts, Antiga, Bermuda, Barbados and Jamaica, all English possessions.
[Ref: 8448]    £450.00 ($625 • €508 rates)


HOMANN HEIRS. [An 18th century two-sheet map of Chinese Tartary]
Tartariae Sinensis Mappa Geographica... Tartariae Sinensis Mappa Geographica et des Royaumes de Corée et de Japan. Nuremberg, 1749. Original colour. Two sheets, each c.510 x 400mm.
A detailed map of Korea and Manchuria as well as two islands of 'Ezo' and Sakhalin, prepared by Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville (1697-1782), the main source for European mapping of Korea and Japan.
[Ref: 15822]    £770.00 ($1,070 • €869 rates)

 Northern Africa 

HOMANN HEIRS. [Oran, celebrating its recapture by the Spanish in 1732]
Topographica Repræsentatio Barbarici Portus et Urbis Munitæ Oran... Nuremberg, 1732. Original wash colour. 495 x 570mm.
Chart of the environs of Oran in Algeria, with a panorama of the city and environs, decorated with several seacraft. In 1509 Spain captured Oran from the Moors, but in 1708, with Spain disadvantaged by the War of the Spanish Succession, they were driven out by the Turkish Bey, Mustapha Ben Youssef. In 1732 José Carrillo de Albornoz, 1st Duke of Montemar (1671-1747), recaptured Oran, causing this map to be published, after which the Spanish held the city until 1792, when the Spanish saw no point in keeping it, when it was handed over to the Bey of Algiers.
[Ref: 8195]    £220.00 ($306 • €248 rates)

 London Maps 

HOMANN HEIRS. [The environs of London, with a prospect of the city]
Regionis Quae Est Circa Londinum, Specialis Representatio... Nuremberg, c.1741. Original colour with additions. 510 x 580mm. Old ink numeral in top left corner.
A superb example of Homann Heirs map of London's environs, in fine original colour. Many of the villages and towns shown, have now been incorporated into the urban sprawl and live on only in name. Extending north to south from Luton to Tadworth and east to west from Rayleigh to Maidenhead. With a prospect below of London and Westminster n taken from the south side of the Thames. HOWGEGO: 88.
[Ref: 15752]    £750.00 ($1,042 • €847 rates)


HOMANN HEIRS. [18th century map showing the main roads of Italy]
Italia Cursoria Seu Tabula Geographica in Qua Omnes Viae Ang... Nuremberg, c.1720. Original colour with additions. 490 x 570mm.
Antique map of Italy showing the courier routes, emphasised by the vignette of two messengers on horseback, surmounted by Mercury, god of travel and commerce.
[Ref: 13434]    £380.00 ($528 • €429 rates)

 Northern Italy 

HOMANN HEIRS. [An unusual edition of the Homann Heirs plan of Venice]
Iconografica Rappresentatione della inclita Citta di Venezia.. 1789. Nuremberg? c.1790. 490 x 560mm. Binding folds flattened.
A detailed plan of Venice with an extensive key, with a prospect of the city underneath. Originally published in 1762, this example has a date in the title updated to 1789 and all references to the Homann firm removed. The folds would suggest it was issued in a quarto volume, probably a description of Venice.
[Ref: 14795]    £1,250.00 ($1,736 • €1,411 rates)

 Central Italy 

HOMANN HEIRS. [18th century map of Lazio]
Il Lazio, con le sue piu cospicue Strade Antiche e Moderne... Latium cum Omnibus suis Celebrioribus Viis quo ad Antiquum & Novuum Statum... Nuremburg, 1745. Original colour. 520 x 600mm.
A map of Lazio showing the region bounded by Rome in the West and the Gulf of Terracina on the East, titled in both Italian and Latin with an eighteen point key. Shows the early roads, towns, mountains, rivers, etc. Includes a number of interesting symbols. The Strada Romana per Napoli is shown.
[Ref: 13444]    £300.00 ($417 • €339 rates)

 Italian Islands 

HOMANN HEIRS. [A detailed 18th C. map of Sardinia]
Sardiniæ Regnum et Insula uti per celeberr P. Coronelli Reip. Venetæ... A. MCDXXXIV. Nuremberg, c.1734. Coloured. 580 x 485mm.
Sardinia, after the Venetian cartographer Coronelli. Bottom right is an inset plan of Cagliari.
[Ref: 11431]    £690.00 ($958 • €779 rates)


HOMANN HEIRS. [Minorca with prospects of Mahon and St Philip's Fort]
Carte Topographique de L'Isle Minorque Dédiée et Presenté au Roy Par le Chevalier de Beaurain... Nuremberg, 1757. Original colour. 450 x 550mm.
The Chevalier de Beaurain completed the first French survey of Minorca following their capture of island from the English in 1756; however the French were forced to return it at the end of the Seven Years' War. Under the map are two prospects, showing Mahon and Fort St. Philippe (the most expensive fortification ever built by the English), guarding the entrance to Mahon Harbour.
[Ref: 16538]    £850.00 ($1,181 • €960 rates)


HOMANN HEIRS. [18th century map of France]
Regni Galliae seu Franciae et Navarrae Tabula Geographica. Nuremberg, 1741. Original colour with additions. 520 x 580mm.
Antique map of France with a large cartouche and elaborate coat of arms.
[Ref: 13403]    £280.00 ($389 • €316 rates)

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