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RABATTA, Augusto & BAILOU, Jean Baptist de. [An 18th century playing-card map of southern Ireland]
Irlanda Merid. Florence: Aniello Lamberti, 1779. Original colour. Sheet size 110 x 65mm.
A rare miniature map of southern Ireland 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 and waterways.
[Ref: 12959]    £325.00 ($432 • €371 rates)

FADEN, William. [Miniature map of Ireland]
Ireland divided into Provinces and Counties. London: Faden, 1798. Original colour. Sheet size 155 x 180 mm.
Map of Ireland engraved by William Palmer for Faden's 'Atlas Minimus Universalis'. William Faden was geographer to George III.
[Ref: 16342]    £90.00 ($120 • €103 rates)

SOCIETA CALCOGRAFICA. [Uncommon Italian produced map of Ireland]
Rojaume d'Irlande comprendent les Provinces de Munster de Connaugut, Ulster, et de Leinster Par Robert de Vaugondy. Venice: la Societa' Calcografica, 1803. Original colour. 490 x 550mm. Some minor creasing.
A very scarce map of Ireland, in the style of Antonio Zatta with a scenic title cartouche, but folio-sized. The title cartouche is printed from a separate plate ( an extra paper indent is present ) It comes from a never-finished atlas by the ‘Società Calcografia’, a partnership of the two main Venetian publishers of the period, Zatta and Giuseppe Antonio Remondini, which probably ended with Zatta’s death in 1804. NOT IN BONAR LAW, although possibly a variant of Santini's plate (117).
[Ref: 16615]    £1,100.00 ($1,461 • €1,257 rates)

Anonymous. [Map of Ireland]
Charte von Ireland. Prague, 1810. Coloured. 420 x300 mm.
A Czech map of Ireland at the beginning of the nineteenth century.
[Ref: 15580]    £240.00 ($319 • €274 rates)

TALLIS, John. [Mid 19th century map of Ireland with decorative vignettes]
Ireland. London, John Tallis & Co., c.1851. Original outline colour with faint additions. Steel engraving, printed area 345 x 245mm.
Detailed map of Ireland, drawn and engraved by John Rapkin, with five decorative vignettes including a view of St Patrick's, Dublin.
[Ref: 18053]    £230.00 ($305 • €263 rates)

HEFFERNAN, Daniel Edward. [A very scarce plan of Dublin with vignettes]
Dublin in 1861. Dublin: Heffernan, 1861. Steel engraving on india. 630 x 940mm, wide margins. Some restoration, card backing reinforced with canvas.
A detailed plan of Dublin with the important buildings shown in elevation, with oval prospects of the city in the four corners, two lists of events and a border of 32 oval views of buildings. The artist was an engineer, surveyor and valuator of Dublin, active in the mid-nineteenth century. He published similar plans of Bray and Wicklow and supplied 18 engravings for 'The Official Railway Hand-book' to Bray, including some that decorate this plan.
[Ref: 17296]    £3,250.00 ($4,316 • €3,715 rates)

ALEPH [HARVEY, William]. [Pictorial map of Ireland]
Ireland. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1869. 250 x 210mm.
Anthropomorphic map of Ireland The text below the image reads, ''And what shall typify the Emerald Isle? A Peasant, happy in her baby's smile? No fortune her's, though rich in native grace , - Herrings, potatoes, and a joyous face''. It was published in 'Geographical Fun', a charming atlas of caricature maps of European counties, drawn, according to the preface, by a fifteen-year-old girl to amuse her sick brother. The author was, however, William Harvey (1796-1873), a London Doctor and Journalist, best-known for his book 'London Scenes and London People', 1863. The maps contain many references to the political changes sweeping through continental Europe, with representations of Garibaldi and Bismarck.
[Ref: 17236]    £650.00 ($863 • €743 rates)

BACON, George Washington. [An early 20th century map of Ulster in fine colour]
Bacon's Library Map of the Province of Ulster. Showing Railways, Roads, Elevations, & Distances, Also Local Government Divisions. Manchester: G.W. Bacon & Co, c.1910. Lithograph with fine original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, total 1040 x 900mm, folded into orginal cloth covers.
A large and detailed map of Ulster, in particularly strong colour. Bottom left is a geological map and bottom right an extensive gazetteer.
[Ref: 14914]    £150.00 ($199 • €171 rates)

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