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MALLET, Alain Manesson. [Burma & Thailand]
Partie Orientale de la Terre Ferme de L'Inde Moderne. Paris, 1683. Coloured. 150 x 110mm.
Published in the 'Description de l'Univers'.
[Ref: 8672]    £100.00 ($140 • €114 rates)

LUYTS, Jan. [Indonesia]
Les Isles Molucques; Celebes, Gilolo, &c. Utrecht, 1692. Coloured. 200 x 250mm.
Indonesia, after Sanson.
[Ref: 8652]    £150.00 ($210 • €171 rates)

MULLER, Johann Ulrich. [Uncommon Miniature Map of Indonesia]
Insulæ Sondæ. Ulm, 1692. 70 x 80mm, set in text.
Charming miniature map, with a letterpress text in German.
[Ref: 8922]    £220.00 ($309 • €250 rates)

CORONELLI, Vincenzo Maria. [The Moluccas]
Le Molucche... Venice, c.1690. 225 x 310mm, set in a page of text.
With an ornate title cartouche.
[Ref: 7628]    £220.00 ($309 • €250 rates)

CORONELLI, Vincenzo Maria. [A 17th Century Venetian map of Indonesia]
Isole dell'Indie divise in Filippine, Molucche, e della Sonda. Venice, c.1696. Coloured. 460 x 620mm. Narrow margin top right,.
The East Indies, centred on Borneo, but showing Formosa south to northern Australia and the Andeman Islands east to New Guinea. The title cartouche is a banner held up by putti with wings and fish-tails swimming bottom left. It was published in Coronelli's 'Isolario'; in the text on verso is a partial gore sheet of the Malay Peninsula and Indochina.
[Ref: 7401]    £2,000.00 ($2,806 • €2,276 rates)

THORNTON, John. [Borneo]
A Large Draught of the South Part of Borneo. London, Samuel Thornton, c. 1711. 435 x 525mm. Narrow margins at top and bottom.
Uncommon sea chart, published in Thornton's 'English Pilot The Third Book', concentrating on oriental navigation. Marked are Banjarmasin and Pulau Laut.
[Ref: 9384]    £300.00 ($421 • €341 rates)

CHÂTELAIN, Henri Abraham. [Capital of the Dutch East Indies on Java]
Vue et Description de Surate et de Batavia. Amsterdam, 1719, 375 x 220mm
Map with harbour and town view of Surate, on the northwest coast of India with a town plan of Batavia (Jakarta) present-day capital of Indonesia below; with text describing the eatures of both cities.Surate was the first English trading post in India and was known as a gold and extile center. Batavia was the capital of the Dutch East Indian trading empire during the period when the Dutch dominated trade from the famous Spice Islands. From the 'Atlas Historique'.
[Ref: 10931]    £170.00 ($239 • €193 rates)

Anonymous. [The Nutmeg Warehouse]
Carte Particuliere de l'Isle d'Amboine Paris, c.1748. Coloured. 215 x 310mm. Small abrasion on border.
The island of Amboine in Indonesia was described by the historian Vaxelaire as 'the bank vault of the East Indian ocean'; it was there that the nutmeg harvest of Indonesia was stored before being loaded onto ships headed for Europe via Batavia.
[Ref: 10195]    £65.00 ($91 • €74 rates)

SANTINI, P. [Indonesia]
Archipel des Indes Orientales, qui comprend les Isles du Sonde, Moluques et Philippines. Venice, 1778. Original colour. 490 x 605mm. Small rust spot in sea area.
Santini's version of Robert de Vaugondy's map of the East Indies, from the Philippines south to the northern coast of Australia.
[Ref: 9317]    £400.00 ($561 • €455 rates)

RABATTA, Augusto & BAILOU, Jean Baptist de. [An 18th century playing-card of Indonesia]
Isole Molucche degli Olandesi Isola Celebes la maggiore delle Molucche contiene gli appreso regni. Florence: Aniello Lamberti, 1779. Original colour. Sheet size 115 x 70mm.
A rare miniature map of Indonesia engraved by Lamberti for the 'Minchiate', the Florentine version of the Tarot, which had each card marked with an arcane symbol. The full set was published in Augusto Da Rabatta and Jean Baptiste De Baillou's pocket atlas 'Nuovo Atlante Generale'. Information on the map is minimal, but an extensive key gives the names of the various regions.
[Ref: 13008]    £420.00 ($589 • €478 rates)

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