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 Central Italy 

BLAEU, Johannes. [Prospect of Velletri after Hoefnagel]
Velitrae vulgo Blitri ou Velitres, Ville Ancienne Dans la Campagne de Rome. Amsterdam: Pierre Mortier, c.1704. 420 x 530mm.
Prospect of Velletri, south-east of Rome, published in Mortier's edition of Blaeu's 'Townbooks of Italy'. It is based on the view drawn by Joris Hoefnagel for Braun & Hogenburg.
[Ref: 13644]    £320.00 ($430 • €364 rates)

MORTIER, Pieter. [Town plan of Florence at the beginning of the 18th century]
La Ville de Florence. Amsterdam, c.1704. Old colour. 505 x 600mm. Top margin reinstated not affecting the printed area.
A map-view, it shows the buildings in profile and has nearly 250 names in the key. Although this plan appeared in Mortier's re-issue of Blaeu's Townbook of Italy, it is indeed a new copperplate by Mortier.
[Ref: 12064]    £1,300.00 ($1,749 • €1,477 rates)

DE L'ISLE, Guillaume. [Central Italy]
Regionem Italiæ Mediarum Tabula Geographica... London: John Senex & John Maxwell, 1712. Original colour. 460 x 605mm.
An unsual English edition of a Dutch map. It shows the environs of classical Rome, with an inset plan of the city.
[Ref: 7743]    £260.00 ($350 • €295 rates)

FER, Nicolas de. [De Fer's scarce large-format plan of Rome]
Roma. Plan Nouveau de la ville de Rome. Paris: Jean-François Bénard, 1713. 555 x 750mm. Minor restoration to folds.
A detailed plan of contemporary Rome, with a massive 482-point key and nine insets of buildings. The 'A.C.' bottom left of the map suggests the engraver was A. Cocquart, who engraved a number of maps for de Fer. The publisher was de Fer's son-in-law, who took over the business together with another son-in-law, Guillaume Danet. De Fer died in 1720, so the date on this map suggests he had already taken a back seat in the business. We have only been able to trace one example of this plan on the market in thirty years, also with Bénard's imprint, as all museum examples.
[Ref: 15167]    £2,450.00 ($3,295 • €2,783 rates)

FER, Nicolas de. [De Fer's larger-format map of Tuscany]
Les Etats de L'Eglise, et de Toscane. Paris, 1719. Original outline colour. 520 x 580mm.
Rare map of Tuscany and the island of Elba.
[Ref: 15762]    £750.00 ($1,009 • €852 rates)

MALLET, Alain Manesson. [Miniature map of Rome]
Plan Et Profil De La Ville De Rome Moderne Frankfurt, 1719. Coloured. Printed area 160 x 110mm.
A map of Rome with at a view of the city skyline at the top. Major paces of interest are shown, including the Vatican. From the German edition of Mallet's Description of the world.
[Ref: 17385]    £140.00 ($188 • €159 rates)

HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [18th century map of the Papal States]
Status Ecclesiastici Magnique Ducatus Florentini Nova Exhibitio. Nuremberg, c.1720. Original colour with additions. 480 x 580mm.
Antique map of central Italy and Tuscany, with a decorative allegorical title cartouche featuring papal insignia, marking Florence, Siena and Rome.
[Ref: 13866]    £440.00 ($592 • €500 rates)

SEUTTER, Matthäus. [18th century map of Tuscany and the Papal States]
Novissima Et Accuratissima Delineatio Status Ecclesiae Et Magni Ducatus Hetruriae.. Augsburg, c. 1730. Original colour, 500 x 600mm. A very fine example.
Large map of Tuscany and The Papal States centered on Florence. With an elaborate title cartouche
[Ref: 16024]    £650.00 ($874 • €738 rates)

MOUNT, William & PAGE, Thomas. [Portulan of Ancona and surrounding areas]
A Description of the Sea-Coast in the Adriatick-Sea, or the Gulf of Venice. London, c.1740, coloured, page size 465 x 292mm.
From the "English Pilot, Part III", first published by John Seller in 1677. Over the years Mount & Page had replaced a few of the charts, but still many of the charts were seriously outdated. However this was still the best English sea-atlas of the Mediterranean. A double page with numerous coastal profiles pertaining to the Adriatic, with a plan of the port of Ancona with a compass rose and rhumb lines and text relating to local navigation
[Ref: 8908]    £175.00 ($235 • €199 rates)

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 ($404 • €341 rates)

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