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VALK, Gerard. [Belgium Flanders]
Flandriæ Comitatus. Amsterdam, c.1720. Original colour. 580 x 495mm. Centrefold reinforced, some creasing.
With a decorative cartouche in particularly fine colour.
[Ref: 9458]    £220.00 ($296 • €250 rates)

HUCHTENBURG, J. van. [Antique Town plan of Brussels]
Plan van Brussel... The Hague: I. van der Kloot, 1729. Coloured. 500 x 585mm.
An old plan of the city of Brussels concentrating on the military defences, with a 51-point key in Dutch and French.
[Ref: 11162]    £500.00 ($673 • €568 rates)

ALBRIZZI, Giovanni Battista. [18th Century Italian map of Brabant]
Nuova Carta del Ducato di Brabante, Limburgo e della Gheldria Superiore.. Venice: Albrizzi, 1740. Coloured. 290 x 335mm.
A detailed map of the Brabant region including Venlo, Maastricht, Liege, Brussel and Antwerp.
[Ref: 15618]    £125.00 ($168 • €142 rates)

TIRION, Isaak. [Belgium]
Nuova Carta delle Contée di Fiandra, Artois, ed Hannonia... Venice, Albrizzi, 1740. Coloured. 300 x 360mm.
Albrizzi was the first publisher to issue Tirion's maps: Tirion's own atlas was issued in Amsterdam in 1744.
[Ref: 9691]    £145.00 ($195 • €165 rates)

DHEULLAND, Guillaume. [A 'travelling atlas' of Brabant published for the French military]
Carte Nouvelle de Duche de Brabant et partie de la Holland. Paris, 1744. Folio, later quarter calf with marbled boards; index map with title and 24 maps in original outline colour. Ink mss. in margins of maps; hole in in index sheet.
A 24-sheet map of the Duchy of Brabant, here presented (according to the index page) as a 'travelling atlas for the use of the officers of the armies of his Majesty' Louis XV, on a scale large enough to track troop movements. After the outbreak of the War of the Spanish Succession (1740-8) the Spanish Netherlands were a particular target for the French army.
[Ref: 15015]    £2,200.00 ($2,959 • €2,499 rates)

SALMON, Thomas. [Brussels]
La Citta Di Brusselles Nel Ducato Di Brabante. Venice, Albrizzi, c.1750, 145 x 210mm
An attractive view of Brussels with travellers on horseback in the foreground. From an Italian edition of Thomas Salmon's "Universal Traveller", entitled "Lo Stato Presente di Tutti i Paesi e Popoli del Mondo, Naturale, Politico, e Morale con Nuove Osservazioni, e Correzioni degli Antichi, e Moderni Viaggiatori. Scritto in Inglese dal Signor Salmon... Volume X. Dei Circoli Susseguenti dell'Imperio, cioè Svevia, Alto, e Basso Reno, e Vestfalia; e delle dieci Provincie dei Paesi Bassi Austriaci, e Francesi."
[Ref: 7473]    £180.00 ($242 • €204 rates)

LE ROUGE, Georges-Louis. [Schelde River, Belgium]
La Bouche de L'Escaut tirée du Général Ferraris. Paris, 1785. Original colour. 530 x 350mm.
Stamped with the Dépôt des cartes et plans de la Marine stamp. One sheet of the Austrian Netherlands.
[Ref: 15110]    £160.00 ($215 • €182 rates)

KITCHIN, Thomas. [A wall map of the British Flanders Campaign of the French Revolutionary War]
A New Map of the Netherlands or Low Countries, with the South Part of the Provinces of Holland, Utrecht, & Gelders, and the whole of Zeeland. London: Laurie & Whittle, 1794. Original full body colour. Four sheets, dissected and laid on linen as issued. Total 980 x 1210mm. A few signs of use.
A folding map of the Austrian Netherlands, published during the Flanders Campaign of the French Revolutionary War. The large vignette above the title shows the Siege of Valenciennes in 1793, in which the British and Austrians under Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany, took the city from the Republicans. Frederick, shown here on horseback, waving his hat, was welcomed by the French population, who tore down the Republican Tricolour and proclaimed him King of France. Unfortunately this was one of the few successes of the campaign: the following year the Coalition was forced to retreat, reaching Bremen in Hanover in the Spring of 1795, leaving the Dutch Republic in the hands of France. This is an unusual presentation of this map: normally it is found in Laurie & Whittle atlases with basic outline colour, so this example seems to have been published in the short period of Allied success, possibly for a serving officer.
[Ref: 15434]    £1,250.00 ($1,681 • €1,420 rates)

Plan van Gend. Gent: P.F. de Goesin, 1796. 205 x 285mm. Trimmed to image, dissected and laid on linen, as issued.
Detailed plan of the city with extensive keys. Goethals is not in Tooley's Dictionary of Mapmakers, revised edition.
[Ref: 7712]    £550.00 ($740 • €625 rates)

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. [C19th plan of Antwerp]
Antwerp (Antwerpen.) Anvers. London: Baldwin & Cradock, 1836. Original outline colour. Steel-engraving. Dissected and laid on linen, folded into buckram covers, titled in gilt, as issued. 345 x 400mm.
Detailed townplan, with elevations of the most important buildings under the map. Above the map is a prospect of the town 'From a print in the British Museum'. On the right side of the map is a 'Plan of the Scheldt, & the Forts from Antwerp to Lillo'. Usually this map appeared in the SDUK atlas: however this example was issued as a folding map, probably for the use of a tourist.
[Ref: 15493]    £110.00 ($148 • €125 rates)

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