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  EUROPE 
 Northern Italy 

MAGINI, Giovanni Antonio. [Antique map of Liguria from the first printed atlas of Italy]
Liguria o stato della Republica di Genoua. Venice, Fabio Magini, 1620. 345 x 500mm. Centre fold restored
Antique map of Liguria, decorated with baroque cartouches for the title and dedication, a sea monster and a galley. It appeared in Magini's atlas of Italy, the first printed atlas of Italy, published after his death by his son Fabio.
[Ref: 12571]    £650.00 ($858 • €744 rates)


CUSTOS, Dominicus. [A family tree of the Dukes of Savoy]
Duces Sabaudiae. Serenniss. Principi Dn: Carolo Emanueli. Duci Sabaudiæ Principi Pedemontis & consecr. Augsburg, c.1625. 540 x 405mm.
A stylised family tree of the Dukes of Savoy, from the father of Umberto I, first Count of Savoy (c.980-c.1048), to Charles Emmanuel I (1580-1630) and nine of his ten children, including his successor, Victor Amadeus I (born 1587, succeeded 1630, died 1637). It is decorated with portraits of Charles and his wife, Catherine Michelle of Spain, and a map of Piedmont marking Antibes, Monaco and Genova. It was published in Custos's 'Atrium heroicum' (first published 1602-4), a collection of portraits of the great and good, a forerunner of 'Who's Who'.
[Ref: 14791]    £550.00 ($726 • €629 rates)


FURTTENBACH, Joseph. [Miniature 17th century bird's-eye view of Venice]
Venetia. Ulm: Jonan Saurn, 1627. 110 x 155mm. Narrow margins top and right.
Antique map / prospect of Venice, published in Joseph Furttenbach's 'Newes Itinerarium Italiae'. Furttenbach (1591-1667), the author of several influential architectural treatises, spent a decade living in Italy, later publishing this work about his travels through the country; the text follows his interest in architecture, as he writes about buildings and fortifications, shipbuilding and stage design. MORETTO: 66.
[Ref: 12589]    £300.00 ($396 • €343 rates)


FURTTENBACH, Joseph. [Miniature 17th century bird's-eye view of Genoa]
Genua. Ulm: Jonan Saurn, 1627. 110 x 155mm. Narrow margins top and right.
Miniature antique map / prospect of Genova, published in Joseph Furttenbach's 'Newes Itinerarium Italiae'. Furttenbach (1591-1667), the author of several influential architectural treatises, spent a decade living in Italy (including a stay at Genova), later publishing this work about his travels through the country; the text follows his interest in architecture, as he writes about buildings and fortifications, shipbuilding and stage design.
[Ref: 12590]    £250.00 ($330 • €286 rates)


BLAEU, Willem Janszoon. [17th century map of Monferrato]
Montisferrati Ducatus. Amsterdam, 1635, Latin edition. Original colour. 370 x 480mm. Some faint creasing at centrefold.
Monferrato, with three decorative cartouches. KOEMAN: Bl 14.
[Ref: 10158]    £345.00 ($455 • €395 rates)


JANSSON, Jan. [17th century map of Liguria]
Reipublicæ Genuensis Ducatus et Dominii Nova Descrip. Amsterdam, Henricus Hondius, 1636, Latin edition. Coloured. 370 x 490mm. Small repair at centre fold.
Liguria, with the title cartouche incorporating the city crest held up by two griffins. KOEMAN: ME 50a,
[Ref: 14651]    £525.00 ($693 • €601 rates)


JANSSON, Jan. [17th century map of the Province of Verona]
Territorio di Verona. Amsterdam, Henricus Hondius, 1636, Latin edition. Coloured. 380 x 490mm.
The Province of Verona, centred on the city but also showing Mantova and Lake Garda KOEMAN: ME 50a,
[Ref: 14652]    £500.00 ($660 • €572 rates)


BLAEU, Johannes. [Classic 17th century Blaeu map of Veneto]
Territorio Trevigiano. Amsterdam, c.1640, French edition. Coloured. 385 x 500mm.
Antique map of Veneto region in north east italy, with a fine title cartouche and a scale cartouche featuring the winged Venetian lion. KOEMAN: Bl 35a.
[Ref: 11572]    £500.00 ($660 • €572 rates)


BLAEU, Johannes. [Classic 17th century map of Emilia Romagna]
Territorio di Bologna. Amsterdam, c.1640, French edition. Coloured. 445 x 540mm.
Map of Bologna and environs, in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy with fine cartouches for the title and scale. KOEMAN: Bl 35a.
[Ref: 12048]    £350.00 ($462 • €400 rates)


BLAEU, Johannes. [17th century map of Cadore]
Il Cadorino. Amsterdam, c.1640, French edition. Coloured. 385 x 500mm.
Antique map of Cadore, with fine cartouches for the title and scale, and the arms of Venice, with the lion. KOEMAN: Bl 35a.
[Ref: 12068]    £295.00 ($389 • €337 rates)


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