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 Eastern Europe 

VISSCHER, Claes Janszoon. [An uncommon 17th century map of Hungary in fine original colour]
Nova et Recens Emendata Totius Regni Ungariae una cum Adiacentibus et Finitimus Regionibus delineatio [C.J.] Visscher. Amsterdam: Henricus Hondius, 1633. Original colour. 355 x 530mm. Very fine condition, wide margins.
A lovely example of this scarce map of Hungary, engraved by Jan van Doeticum Jnr for Visscher in 1624, but this example published by Hondius in the first full edition of his atlas to contain this map (although it previously appeared in an Appendix of 1630]. It focuses on the conflicts between the Holy Roman and Ottoman empires foe control of the country: the larger towns are marked with crosses or crescents depending on which side had control of them.
[Ref: 14527]    £950.00 ($1,207 • €1,077 rates)

ORTELIUS, Abraham. [A pirated edition of the Ortelius Epitome map of Hungary]
Hungariae Descriptio Wolfgango Lasio Desc. Venice, c.1655. Coloured. 80 x 105mm.
A miniature map of Hungary. A second title appears outside the neatline. The map was published in 'Il theatro del mondo', an Italian pirate edition of the Ortelius 'Epitome' miniature atlas. First published in 1598, the publication was revived in 1655, forty years after the last edition of the Dutch original. KOEMAN: Ort 70.
[Ref: 14715]    £80.00 ($102 • €91 rates)

JANSSON, Jan. [Moravia]
Marchionatus Moraviæ Auct I. Comenio. Amsterdam: Heirs of Jan Jansson, 1666, Latin text. Original colour. 390 x 540mm. Paper lightly toned, old repair in lower centrefold margin.
The eastern Czech Republic, with a decorative title cartouche and the double-headed eagle of the Habsburgs. Published in the 'Atlas Contractus', a two-volume atlas, published two years after Jansson's death by his son-in-law, Jan Jansson van Waesbergen. KOEMAN: Me 184 & 185.
[Ref: 8410]    £200.00 ($254 • €227 rates)

MERIAN, Mattheus. [A 17th century map of Hungary]
Totius Regni Hungariæ Maxim ae que Partis Danubii Fluminis... Frankfurt, c.1672. Two sheets conjoined, total 315 x 590mm.
A map of Hungary but extending to show the Danube from Regensburg to the Black Sea. The title cartouche represents the victories of the Holy Roman Emperor over the Ottomans.
[Ref: 18000]    £270.00 ($343 • €306 rates)

SPEED, John. [Speed's famous 17th century map of Hungary]
The Mape of Hungari newly augmented by John Speed Ano. Dom: 1626 London: Bassett & Chiswell, 1676. Coloured. 395 x 510mm. Minor repairs to centerfold
A fine map of Hungary, from Speed's 'Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World', with eight costume vignettes down the sides and four city prospects, including Buda (Ofen), along the top. Published in the first English atlas of the world it has a text description of the country in English on the reverse.
[Ref: 17570]    £1,650.00 ($2,097 • €1,871 rates)

DU VAL, Pierre. [Hungary]
Hongrie. Paris, 1682. original outline colour. 100 x 125mm.
A miniature map of Hungary also encompassing Slovakia and parts of Croatia, and marking the rivers and main settlements. Published in Du Val's 'Géographie Universelle'.
[Ref: 10776]    £100.00 ($127 • €113 rates)

JAILLOT, Alexis-Hubert. [Bohemia]
Estats de la Couronne de Boheme... Amsterdam, Pieter Mortier, c.1705. Original colour. Two sheets conjoined, total 580 x 860mm.
A large and decorative map from Mortier's issue of Jaillot's 'Atlas Nouveau', with fine baroque title and scale cartouches. KOEMAN: Mor 1.
[Ref: 7651]    £300.00 ($381 • €340 rates)

LA FEUILLE, Daniel de. [Map of Transylvania and Moldova with panelled borders]
Carte Nouvelle de Transilvanie Avec ses Confins. Amsterdam, c 1706. Original Outline cololur. 180 x 270mm. Little wear to original folds.
Showing the region of eastern Europe to the west of the Black Sea and north of the Danube. Surrounded by twenty five vignette views of important towns and cities, Buda being the largest view.
[Ref: 15145]    £250.00 ($318 • €284 rates)

LE CLERC, Sebastian. [The Siege of Buda 1686]
Le Siege De Bude. Paris, c.1710. 220 x 170mm. Very fine impression.
View of the 1686 Siege of Buda, now the part of Budapest on the western bank of the Danube, in which the Holy League took the city from the Ottomans. The cartouches depict Seguedin, Simontorna, Cing Eglises, Caposwar and Siclos. The medallion at the top bears the monograph of Charles V.
[Ref: 17186]    £225.00 ($286 • €255 rates)

SCHENK, Pieter. [Early 18th century map of Hungary, with Transilvania, Croatia and Slovenia]
Carte Particuliere de la Hongrie de la Transilvanie de la Croatie et de la Sclavonie... Amsterdam, 1717. Original colour. 485 x 580mm.
Map of Hungary after Conte Luigi Marsigli (1658-1730, an Italian military engineer who surveyed Hungary and the Danube 1696-99.
[Ref: 12263]    £300.00 ($381 • €340 rates)

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