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CORONELLI, Vincenzo Maria. [The most decorative map of Malta celebrating the Knights]
Isola di Malta, olim Melita... Venice, c.1689. Coloured. 460 x 615mm. As normal showing the ink mark of the copper plate crack at the top left, A very fine example printed on heavy paper.
Large, decorative map of Malta and Gozo, engraved in 1689 in Coronelli's unique style and published in his 'Isolario'. Surrounding the islands are 62 engraved armorials, including the Knights of Malta. On the reverse is a small plan of Valetta set in text.
[Ref: 17578]    £3,250.00 ($4,371 • €3,692 rates)


MULLER, Johann Ulrich. [Uncommon miniature map of Malta]
Maltha. Ulm: Georg W. Kühnen, 1702. 70 x 80mm, set in text. A very fine example.
Charming miniature map of Malta, with a letterpress text in German. GANADO: 32; KING: Miniature Maps, 160-1.
[Ref: 15660]    £385.00 ($518 • €437 rates)


SEUTTER, Matthäus. [18th century map of Malta celebrating the Knights of Malta]
Melite vulgo Malta cum vicinis Goza, quæ olim Gaulos, et Comino insulis, uti exhibetur á Nic. De Fer. Augsburg, c.1730. Original colour. 500 x 580mm. Very fine example
A large and decorative map of Malta, orientated with north to the bottom right, with an inset map of Valletta, the arms of 64 Grand Masters of the Knights of Malta, and an allegorical scene representing the sea power of the Knights.
[Ref: 16116]    £1,850.00 ($2,488 • €2,102 rates)


ABELA, Giovanni Francesco. [A rare 18th century map of Malta published on the island]
Malta colle sue Citta, Fortificazioni, Terre, Villaggi, Vallonie, e Luonghi Alpestri, con le sue Isole Adiacenti. Malta: Giovanni Mallia, 1772-80. Engraving, 305 x 715mm.
A scarce map of Malta and Gozo, orientated with north to the bottom right, from the edition of Abela's 'Malta Illustrata' revised Giovannantonio Ciantar. MASON & WILLIS: 101.
[Ref: 15698]    £2,600.00 ($3,497 • €2,954 rates)


HOÜEL, Jean-Pierre-Laurent. [A scarce map of Malta and Gozo]
Description des Isles de Malte, du Cuming et du Goze, avec les noms des Batteries, Redoutes et Retranchments qui sont le long des Côtes de ses Isles. Paris, c.1785. Aquatint and etching, printed in sepia. 260 x 375mm. Repaired tear in lower margin.
A map of Malta, Gozo and Comino from Hoüel's book 'Le voyage pittoresque des Isles des Sicilie, de Malte et de Lipari', a record of his trip around the Mediterranean in the 1770s. The map is unusual for the use of aquatint and being printed in sepia. Hoüet's drawing books, including the original of this map, were purchased by Catherine the Great and are now in the Hermitage, St Petersburg.
[Ref: 16403]    £750.00 ($1,009 • €852 rates)


POZZI, G. [19th century map of Malta]
Gruppo delle Isole di Malta. Milan, c.1850. Original outline colour. Steel engraving, 385 x 590mm.
Old map of Malta & Gozo.
[Ref: 13744]    £280.00 ($377 • €318 rates)


SMYTH, William Henry. [Superbly detailed plan of Valetta]
Plan of the Harbours and Fortifications of Valetta In the Island of Malta... London, Hydrographical Office of the Admiralty, 1823 [-1852] . 650 x 490mm. Mint condition, on Whatman Turkey Mill paper watermarked 1852.
A detailed plan of the city, with inset views of the city, the Castle of S.Angelo and the Castle and Lighthouse of S.Elmo. In 1815, at the end of the Napoleonic War, Lieut. Smyth was posted to Sicily, which he used as a base to survey the coasts of Italy and Africa, with the islands in between. 32 charts and views were published by the Admiralty, which remained the core hydrography of the central Mediterranean until the end of the century. He published his own account, "Memoir descriptive of the resources, inhabitants, and hydrography of Sicily and its islands...", in 1824. His final naval rank was admiral.
[Ref: 9184]    £950.00 ($1,278 • €1,079 rates)


SMYTH, William Henry. [Chart of Marsa Scirocco, Malta.]
Plan of Marsa Scirocco, In the Island of Malta... London, Hydrographical Office of the Admiralty, 1823 [-1850]. 630 x 470mm. Printed on Whatman Turkey Mill paper watermarked 1846.
A detailed chart of Marsa Scirocco, with an inset of St Lucian's Tower. In 1815, at the end of the Napoleonic War, Lieut. Smyth was posted to Sicily, which he used as a base to survey the coasts of Italy and Africa, with the islands in between. 32 charts and views were published by the Admiralty, which remained the core hydrography of the central Mediterranean until the end of the century. He published his own account, "Memoir descriptive of the resources, inhabitants, and hydrography of Sicily and its islands...", in 1824. His final naval rank was admiral.
[Ref: 9182]    £490.00 ($659 • €557 rates)


SMYTH, William Henry. [Chart of St Paul's Bay, Malta.]
Plan of St. Paul's Bay, In the Island of Malta... London, Hydrographical Office of the Admiralty, 1823 [-1846]. 490 x 640mm. Printed on Whatman Turkey Mill paper watermarked 1846.
A detailed chart of St Paul's Bay, with 'The Traditional Wreck of Saint Paul' marked. Two insets contain views of the Salmona Palace and Koura Point. In 1815, at the end of the Napoleonic War, Lieut. Smyth was posted to Sicily, which he used as a base to survey the coasts of Italy and Africa, with the islands in between. 32 charts and views were published by the Admiralty, which remained the core hydrography of the central Mediterranean until the end of the century. He published his own account, "Memoir descriptive of the resources, inhabitants, and hydrography of Sicily and its islands...", in 1824. His final naval rank was admiral.
[Ref: 9183]    £490.00 ($659 • €557 rates)


SMYTH, William Henry. [Detailed chart of Malta & Gozo]
Plan of the Maltese Islands... London, Hydrographical Office of the Admiralty, 1823 [-1855]. 485 x 640mm. Mint condition, on Whatman Turkey Mill paper watermarked 1855.
Despite being a chart the interior of Malta and Gozo is shown in great detail, using line engraving to show relief. In 1815, at the end of the Napoleonic War, Lieut. Smyth was posted to Sicily, which he used as a base to survey the coasts of Italy and Africa, with the islands in between. 32 charts and views were published by the Admiralty, which remained the core hydrography of the central Mediterranean until the end of the century. He published his own account, "Memoir descriptive of the resources, inhabitants, and hydrography of Sicily and its islands...", in 1824. His final naval rank was admiral.
[Ref: 9185]    £850.00 ($1,143 • €966 rates)


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