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Records: 1 to 6 of 6
  AMERICA 
 United States 

SANTINI, Paolo. [The Eastern Seaboard the Year of the Declaration of Independence]
Carte Générale du Canada, de la Louisiane, de la Floride, de la Caroline, de la Virginie, de la Nouvelle Angleterre. Venice, P. Santini, 1776. Original outline colour. 460 x 650mm.
The Eastern Seaboard of North America. The main map shows from Newfoundland south to Louisiana, with an inset showing Hudson & Baffin's Bays. The title is within an elegant rococo cartouche which fills the unknown areas north-west of the Great Lakes.
[Ref: 9364]    £650.00 ($826 • €730 rates)


 Gulf States 

SANTINI, Paolo. [18th Century map of the American South East]
Partie Méridionale de la Louisiane, avec la Floride, La Caroline et la Virginie. Venice, 1776. Original outline colour. 490 x 580mm.
Shows from Delaware Bay south to New Orleans, with the title in a rococo cartouche bottom right. Derived from the French map published by D'Anville.
[Ref: 9346]    £700.00 ($890 • €786 rates)


  ASIA 
 Japan 

SANTINI, Paolo. [18th century map of Japan]
L'Empire du Japon, divisé en sept principales parties, savoir, Ochio, Quanto, Jetsegen, Jetsen, Jamaisoit, Xicoco et Ximo, et subdivisé en soixante et six Royaumes. Venice, 1778. Original colour. 480 x 555mm.
Santini's version of Robert de Vaugondy's map of Japan, with Yedso just to the north and a fine title cartouche
[Ref: 9315]    £750.00 ($953 • €842 rates)


 The Caucasus 

SANTINI, Paolo. [Georgia & Armenia]
Carte de la Géorgie et des Pays Situés Entre la Mer Noire et la Mer Caspienne. Venice, 1775. Original colour. 485 x 665mm.
An uncommon map of Georgia and parts of Armenia and Azerbaijan, unusually detailed for the period. It is based on the work of Joseph De L'Isle, who spent much of his career in Russia, producing the 'Atlas Russicus' (the first Russian atlas) with Ivan Kyrilov and founding the 'Academy of Sciences of St Petersburg'. He returned to Paris in 1747 with a large map collection, including this map of the Caucasus, which contains many Russian names written phonetically in Latin script.
[Ref: 13883]    £525.00 ($667 • €590 rates)


SANTINI, Paolo. [Detailed 18th Century map of the southern Caucasus]
L'Arménie, La Géorgie, et la Daghistan. Venice, Remondini, 1784. Original outline colour. 445 x 570mm.
An unusually detailed map of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, published in Santini's 'Atlas Universel'.
[Ref: 18433]    £385.00 ($489 • €432 rates)


  BRITISH ISLES 
 England 

SANTINI, Paolo. [18th century map of England & Wales]
Le Royaume d'Angleterre, divisé selon les Sept Royaumes, ou Heptarchie des Saxons, avec La Principauté de Galles; et subdivisé en Shires ou Comtés Par Le S.r Robert. Venice, 1778. Original outline colour. 480 x 520mm.
England & Wales, shown divided into the Saxon kingdoms, but with contemporary detail on the maps.
[Ref: 14161]    £225.00 ($286 • €253 rates)


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