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CLUVER, Philip. [Germany]
Nova Totius Germaniæ Descriptio. Amsterdam, c.1730. Coloured. 260 x 330mm.
Northern Germany with decorative title cartouche.
[Ref: 7828]    £125.00 ($164 • €139 rates)

SEUTTER, Matthäus. [Mecklenburgh]
Ducatus Mechlenburgici... Augsburg, c.1730. Original wash colour. 495 x 575mm.
With a large allegorical title cartouche.
[Ref: 9215]    £220.00 ($288 • €245 rates)

SEUTTER, Matthäus. [Very decorative town plan of Frankfurt am Main]
Francofurtum ad Moenum ... Augsburg: George Matthäus Seutter, c. 1730. Original body colour, 500 x 570mm.
Uncommon plan of Frankfurt am Main, taken from a birds-eye perspective from across the River Main. Along the lower border are three vignette scenes: the Emperor entering the city, with the Imperial eagle hovering symbolically overhead, a fine prospect of the city from across the Main, and an allegorical scene with Mercury, the god of trade and commerce, pouring money into the sea-shell, symbolising the city's coffers.
[Ref: 9310]    £750.00 ($983 • €836 rates)

ZOLLMAN, Friedrich. [A scarce large-format map of Saxony in the 18th century]
Ducatus Electorat et Principat Ducum Saxoniae... Tab I. Nuremburg: Homann Heirs, 1731. Original colour. 590 x 965mm. Binding folds flattened.
The first in a series of three maps of Saxony by Friedrich Zollman and his brother Philipp Henrich, with an elaborate title cartouche featuring a portrait of the Elector of Saxony, Frederick Augustus I, and coat of arms of the electors on a family tree down the sides.
[Ref: 17714]    £1,800.00 ($2,360 • €2,005 rates)

SEUTTER, Matthäus. [Brunswick]
Tabula Ichnographica Accuratissima Brunsuigae, ducatus Brunsuicensis Metropolis Munitissimae et Amplissimae, Nec Non Regionis, Quae Eam Cingit Augsburg, c. 1735, original colour, 500 x 580mm
An attractive, detailed and large map showing a bird's-eye view of Brunswick and the surrounding countryside, with a rococo cartouche at the bottom left hand side with a key to all locations marked on the town plan.
[Ref: 9404]    £260.00 ($341 • €290 rates)

SEUTTER, Matthäus. [Nienburg]
Delineatio Ichnographica Nienburgi ad Visurgim Comitatus Hoyensis Augsburg, c. 1741, original colour, 496 x 580mm
An attractive plan of the town of Nienburg on the River Weser in Lower Saxony. with the title contained in a decorative cartouche in the top left hand corner, surrounded by contemporary and classical figures in revelry. Two other floral cartouches in the centre top and lower left contain the key of prominent locations in the town This map comes from Seutter's set of town plans
[Ref: 9316]    £525.00 ($688 • €585 rates)

SEUTTER, Matthäus. [Ulm]
Ulma Memorabilis ac Permunita Libera Imperii Civitas ad Danubium Augsburg, c. 1741, original colour, 500 x 580mm A very fine example.
A plan of the city of Ulm with a view below
[Ref: 9406]    £700.00 ($918 • €780 rates)

Des Heil Röm Reichs Freye Handels U Hansee Stadt Hamburg In Einem Accuraten Plan U Prosp Nuremberg, c. 1750, original colour, 500x 570mm
A plan of the city of Hamburg with the surrounding countryside and waterways, with a view of the city below with all the churches names and numerous sailing vessels in the foreground and a key to the numbered plan above. The title contained in a scroll cartouche in the upper margin with two shields of the coats of arms of Hamburg.
[Ref: 8089]    £750.00 ($983 • €836 rates)

WERNER, Friedrich Bernhard. [A mid-18th century prospect of Hamburg]
Hamburg, Augsburg: Georg Balthasar Probst, c.1760. Coloured. Two sheets conjoined, total 390 x 1020mm.
A prospect of Hamburg from the Elbe, with an 47-point key in both Latin and German.
[Ref: 18370]    £3,000.00 ($3,933 • €3,342 rates)

Anonymous. [The defences of Frankfurt during the Seven Years' War]
Plan of the Imperial city of Franckfort. London: T.Kinnersley, 1759, Sheet 105 x 205mm.
A plan of the defences of the Hessian city of Frankfurt, occupied by the French early in 1758, and not returned until the end of the Seven Years' War. This map was published in the January edition of 'The Grand Magazine of Magazines. or Universal Register'. Mostly written by David Henry, the magazine was published as a competitor to the 'Gentleman's Magazine'. The circulation was never high and it folded in 1760.
[Ref: 14897]    £200.00 ($262 • €223 rates)

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