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FER, Nicolas de. [Postal routes of Italy at the beginning of the 18th century]
Routes des Postes D'Italie. Paris, 1705. Old colour. 470x 500mm. A fine example with wide margins.
Early eighteenth century map showing the postal routes of Italy. The routes are clearly marked in yellow. At the bottom of the map is a table describing the routes from Paris to Rome; Rome to Paris; Rome to Naples; Bologna to Venice and Milan..
[Ref: 15998]    £380.00 ($488 • €444 rates)

FER, Nicolas de. [Decorative map of Italy at the beginning of the 18th century]
L'Italie Divisée en ses estats. Paris, 1707. Coloured. 470 x 620mm.
De Fer's scarce large format map of Italy flanked by the coat of arms of the fourteen principal regions, engraved by Starckman.
[Ref: 16003]    £750.00 ($964 • €876 rates)

HOMANN HEIRS. [18th century map showing the main roads of Italy]
Italia Cursoria Seu Tabula Geographica in Qua Omnes Viae Ang... Nuremberg, c.1720. Original colour with additions. 490 x 570mm.
Antique map of Italy showing the courier routes, emphasised by the vignette of two messengers on horseback, surmounted by Mercury, god of travel and commerce.
[Ref: 13434]    £380.00 ($488 • €444 rates)

SEUTTER, Matthäus. [18th century map of Italy in fine colour]
Nova et Exactissima Totius Italiæ Sardiniae et Corsicae Delineatio. Augsburg, c.1730. Original body colour. 500 x 585mm. A very fine example with a crisp impression.
A fine map of Italy, with bright orginal colour and ornate cartouches for the title and scale BORRI: 184.
[Ref: 15396]    £600.00 ($771 • €701 rates)

ANVILLE, Jean Baptiste B. D'. [A two-sheet 18th Century wall map of Italy]
L'Italie Publiée sous les Auspices de Monseigneur le Duc D'Orleans Premier Prince du Sang. Paris, 1743. Coloured. Two sheets conjoined, total 830 x 690mm.
A large and impressive map of Italy, with the title on a banner drawn by Coypel and engraved by Aveline.
[Ref: 12297]    £750.00 ($964 • €876 rates)

EULER, Leonhard. [18th century map of Italy]
Tabula Geographica Italiae Berlin, c.1753, original colour. 320 x 380mm. Very fine example.
Decrative map of Italy, Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, and much of the Balkans. Published in Euler's 'Atlas Geographicus’ under the auspices of the Prussian Royal Academy of Sciences, whose privilege stamp appears to the bottom right of the map.
[Ref: 16559]    £220.00 ($283 • €257 rates)

PHILIPPE DE PRETOT, Etienne André. [18th century map of Italy]
Carte Générale de L'Italie... Paris, 1787. Coloured. 280 x 420mm.
Eighteenth century map of Italy,drawn by the mathematician and geographer, Maurille-Antoine Moithey. The title cartouche is decorated with the papal coat of arms.
[Ref: 19327]    £500.00 ($643 • €584 rates)

BLAIR, John. [Map of Italy showing Roman place names]
Tabula Italiae Antiquae In Provincias et Populos Divisa London: Bayley, c. 1790. 440 x 600mm.
Historical map of Italy including the islands of Corsica and Sardinia, with a portion of Sicily and the Balearic Islands. The map is filled with Roman placenames and notations of early roads. Engraved by Bayley.
[Ref: 14017]    £250.00 ($321 • €292 rates)

CASSINI, Giovanni Maria. [Two-sheet map of Corsica & Sardinia]
L'Isola di Corsica Divisa Nelle sue Provincie, o Giurisdizioni e parte dell'Isola di Sardegna; Parte dell'Isola di Sardegna Divisa ne' suoi Distretti. Rome, 1792. Two sheets each c. 485 x 350mm.
An uncommon pair of maps of Corsica and Sardinia, from the 'Nuovo Atlante Geografico Universale', with a decorative title cartouche. They were published the year before the Corsican leader Pasquale Paoli declared independence from France.
[Ref: 11213]    £700.00 ($900 • €818 rates)

RIZZI-ZANNONI, Giovanni Antonio. [An unusual 'vertical' map of Italy]
Italy from the Original Map by G. A. Rizzi Zannoni. Engraved for The Classical Tour through Italy, By the Rev.d J.C. Eustace. London: J. Mawman, 1814. Original outline colour, 1010 x 420mm. Marginal repairs.
A map of Italy based on Rizzi-Zannoni's 'Nuova Carta dell'Italia' of 1802, on an unusual projection that removes the west-east slant of the peninsula. The author, John Chetwood Eustace (1762-1815), was a catholic priest who travelled through Italy in 1802, taking advantage of the short Peace of Amiens. A red line marks his 'Grand Tour'. He died of malaria in Naples.
[Ref: 18654]    £1,250.00 ($1,606 • €1,460 rates)

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