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  WORLD 
 World & Continent Sets 

HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [A beautiful 18th Century set of the world & continents]
[Set of World & four Continents.] Nuremberg, c.1740. Original colour with additions, some evidence of gold highlighting, Five plates, each c.500 x 570mm. Occasional minor restoration.
A highly decorative set of maps: the world is double-hemisphere world map with two smaller celestial spheres, as well as wind-heads and depictions of natural phenomena such as water-spouts, eruptions and rainbows; the other four each have a large and colourful title cartouche. On the maps California has rejoined the mainland; Ezo is depicted as a large landmass connected to Kamchatka not Japan; Tasmania is still far-removed from mainland Australia; and New Zealand is a partial coastline, far too large.
[Ref: 11174]    £6,500.00 ($8,470 • €7,521 rates)


  AMERICA 
 Eastern Seaboard 

HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [An influencial map of the British colonies in Virginia, Maryland & Carolina]
Virginia Marylandia et Carolina in America Septentrionali Britannirum industria excultae. Nuremberg, c.1720. Original colour. 495 x 585mm.
The Eastern Seaboard from Long Island south to Cape Fear. This map appeared at a time of high emigration from Germany to the Americas: it has been suggested that the large title cartouche, showing an Indian trading with a European surrounded by the wealth of the Americas, was an attempt to persuade more of George I's German subjects to seek their fortunes in the New World.
[Ref: 17894]    £1,650.00 ($2,150 • €1,909 rates)


HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [The English colonies on the north-east seaboard of America]
Nova Anglia Septentrionali Americæ implantata Anglorumque coloniis florentissima. Nuremberg, c.1725. Original body colour. 495 x 600mm.
Decorative map of New England, with Lake Champlain much too large. This map appeared at a time of high emigration from Germany to the Americas: it has been suggested that the large title cartouche, showing an Indian trading with a European surrounded by the wealth of the Americas, was an attempt to persuade more to seek their fortunes in the New World.
[Ref: 11207]    £1,450.00 ($1,889 • €1,678 rates)


  ASIA 
 Central Asia 

HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [Prospects of fifteen cities of Central Asia]
Verschiedene Prospecte der Vornemsten Stäten in Persien samt vorderst einer unfern dem Caspischen Meer, dem Russichen Reich zugehörig, , gelegenen Stadt, zu mehrerem Liecht und Erleuterung der neu-verfertigten Persianischen Land-Charten. Nuremberg, 1724. Original colour. 500 x 590mm. Restoration to left edge.
A scarce plate illustrating fifteen cities of central Asia: Astrakhan and Derbent in Russia; Tblisi in Georgia; Kars and Erzerum in eastern Turkey; Baku and Shamakhi in Azerbaijan; Sultanje and Kashan in Iraq; Erivan in Armenia; Schiraz, Isfahan, Bandar Abbas and Ardabil in Persia; and Kandahar in Afghanistan.
[Ref: 17992]    £625.00 ($814 • €723 rates)


 Near East 

HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [18th Century map of the Turkish Empire]
Imperium Turcicum in Europa, Asia et Africa... Nuremberg, c.1750. Coloured. 500 x 590mm.
A decorative map showing from Tunis to Arabia, including Greece, Arabia, Turkey and Palestine. TIBBETTS: 257.
[Ref: 16027]    £500.00 ($652 • €579 rates)


 Turkey 

HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [Early 18th century map of the Bosphorus with a prospect of Constantinople]
Accurate Vorstellung der Orientalisch Kayserlichen Haupt-und Residenz-Stadt Constantinopel... Nuremberg, c.1720. Original colour. 500 x 590mm.
Detailed map of the environs of Constantinople with a inset 'map-view' of the Dardenelles, and a further prospect of the city at the bottom after the famous view by Friedrich Bernhard.Werner
[Ref: 19486]    £1,200.00 ($1,564 • €1,388 rates)


 The Caucasus 

HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [The southern Caspian Sea and environs]
Provinciarum Persicarum Kilaniae nempe Chirvaniae Dagestaniae... Nuremberg, c.1720. Original colour. 500 x 590mm.
The central part of the Caspian Sea, with parts of Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan with Baku marked, Persia and Usbekistan, and an inset view of Tercki (Novoterechnoye). The trade routes are marked and the title cartouche features a caravan.
[Ref: 17184]    £750.00 ($977 • €868 rates)


  LONDON 
 London Maps 

HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [Plan of London in the reign of Queen Anne]
Accurater Prospect und Grundris der Königl: Gros-Britañisch: Haupt und Residenz Stadt London... Nuremberg, c.1705. Original colour. 485 x 560mm. Trimmed to printed borders at sides, remargined.
Town plan of London with a prospect of the City from Southwark running underneath, with extensive keys for both. In the top corners are inset elevations of the Palace of Whitehall and Edward Jarman's Royal Exchange, built after the Great Fire and itself burned down in 1838. The elevations of St Paul's Cathedral are still an artist's impression. HOWGEGO: 51b.
[Ref: 18957]    £2,650.00 ($3,453 • €3,066 rates)


HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [Map of the environs of London with inset views of Royal Palaces]
Accurater Grundriss u: Gegend der Koenigl:Gross Gros-Britannischen Haupt und Residenz-Stadt London.. Nuremberg, c.1710. Original colour. 495 x 590mm.
A fine, dark impression of this detailed map of London and its environs, extending to Windsor, High Barnet, Rainham and Norwood, decorated with inset views of Windsor Castle, the royal palaces at Hampton Court and Kensington, and the King's Hospitals at Chelsea and Greenwich. HOWGEGO: 58.
[Ref: 19485]    £1,250.00 ($1,629 • €1,446 rates)


  BRITISH ISLES 
 Ireland 

HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [18th century map of Ireland]
Hiberniæ Regnum tam in præcipuas Ultoniæ, Connaciæ, Laceniæ et Momoniæ... Nuremberg, c.1720. Original colour with additions. 585 x 495mm.
A large map, with an allegorical title cartouche and a fishing-themed one for the scale. BONAR LAW: 63.
[Ref: 13371]    £600.00 ($782 • €694 rates)


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