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WEIGEL, Christoph. [18th century map of Africa]
Africae emendata Descriptio. Nuremberg, ca. 1720. Original colour. 125 x 180mm.
Map of Africa with many details including 'Terra Incognita'. The cartouche shows an African king.
[Ref: 17829]    £190.00 ($248 • €213 rates)

WEIGEL, Christoph. [18th century map of Africa]
Africæ Tabula. Nuremberg, c.1720. Original wash colour. 280 x 340mm. Centerfold reinforced on verso
A reduction of Homann's map of Africa from Koeler's 'Atlas Manualis', with a decorative title cartouche of natives, elephants, lions and other animals. The source of the Nile is shown emanating from the Ptolemaic lakes of "Zaflan" and" Zaire" south of the equator.
[Ref: 17860]    £375.00 ($489 • €421 rates)


WEIGEL, Christoph. [Decorative 18th century map of Ireland]
Regni Hiberniae accurata tabula oer Hermañum Moll recognita... Nuremberg, c.1718. Original body colour. 395 x 330mm.
A map of Ireland engraved by Kauffer after a map by Hermann Moll.
[Ref: 17561]    £475.00 ($619 • €533 rates)

 Eastern Europe 

WEIGEL, Christoph. [Uncommon folio map of Hungary]
Hungaria, cum adiacentibus Provinciis nova et accuratiori forma exhibetur. Nuremberg, c.1720. Original wash colour. 420 x 620mm.
An unusual two-sheet map of Hungary, with a decorative title cartouche on the west sheet and an inset view of Temesvar on the east. The map celebrates the end of the Austro-Turkish War of 1716-8: the title cartouche features the Habsburg emperor standing over the defeated Turks; and vignette battle scene shows the victory at Temeswar. On the map the Banat of Temeswar is shown as a province of the Austrian empire. Engraved by Michael Kauffer.
[Ref: 16892]    £650.00 ($848 • €729 rates)

 Italian Islands 

WEIGEL, Christoph. [Early 18th Century msp of Sardinia]
Regni Sardiniae descriptio... Nuremberg, c.1720. Original body colour. 405 x 325mm.
A lovely map of Sardinia, with a decorative title cartouche.
[Ref: 17625]    £450.00 ($587 • €505 rates)

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