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  EUROPE 
 The Black Sea 

BELLIN, Jacques-Nicolas. [18th Century Chart of The Black Sea]
Carte de la Mer Noire; Carte du Canal de la Mer Noire. Paris, Dépôt de la Marine, 1765. Original hand-colouring. 230 x 185mm. Minor staining to the sheet edges.
An attractive map of the major cities and rivers of the Black Sea region, including the Crimea and the Sea of Azov, with a map of the Bosphorus (Istanbul Strait), towns and places of historical interest below.
[Ref: 11345]    £220.00 ($287 • €255 rates)


ROLFFSEN, J.J. [Ukraine during the Russian/Ottoman War of 1736-39]
Theatre de la Guerre entre les Russes et les Turcs, dans les anneés 1736, 1737, &c. c.1780. Coloured. 410 x 500mm. Binding folds flattened.
A map of Ukraine showing the operations of the Russians in their attempt to procure themselves access to the Black Sea. The campaigns of Burkhard Christoph von Münnich and Pyotr Petrovich Lacy (born Peter Lacy in Ireland!) are marked. The map is marked 'Frontispice", suggesting it is from a history of the war. Rolffsen's name is not in Tooley's Dictionary.
[Ref: 11273]    £825.00 ($1,075 • €955 rates)


ZATTA, Antonio. [Late 18th century Italian map of the Ukraine]
La piccola Tartaria divisa ne' suoi territori... Venice, 1783. Original colour. 330 x 410mm.
Zatta's map of Ukraine with the Crimea.
[Ref: 16315]    £325.00 ($423 • €376 rates)


DUPUIS, Louis André. [Two-sheet chart of the Black Sea]
Carte Réduit de la Mer Noire. 1785. Paris, 1785. Two sheets conjoined , total 555 x 960mm. Some creasing, repairs to binding folds.
A large sea chart, with insets of the mouth of the Danube and the strait between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. Depuis engraved a two-sheet map of the Baltic the same year.
[Ref: 13094]    £750.00 ($977 • €868 rates)


PURDY, John. [Detailed antique sea chart of the Black Sea]
Chart of the Euxine or Black Sea, and the Sea of Azov; with Plans of the Harbours. Constructed on the Authorities described in the New Directory for the Mediterranean and Black Seas. London: Richard Holmes Laurie, c.1834. Dissected and laid on linen, as issued, with green embossed slipcase, with James Wyld's label pasted on case and map. 640 by 1000mm.
Antique nautical chart of the Black Sea, with an inset of the Bosphorus, by John Purdy (1773-1843) a noted hydrographer who worked for Laurie & Whittle and later for Richard Holmes Laurie, whose monogram appears under the title of this chart.
[Ref: 12319]    £1,800.00 ($2,345 • €2,083 rates)


TALLIS, John. [Mid 19th century map of the Black Sea]
Black Sea. London, John Tallis & Co., c.1851. Original outline colour. Steel engraving, printed area 260 x 330mm.
Map of the Black Sea and contingent lands, including Turkey, Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Crimea and Armenia, with decorative vignettes views of Sebastopol, Varna, Odessa, Sinope, Constantinople and Silistria.
[Ref: 16145]    £150.00 ($195 • €174 rates)


Anonymous. [Map of the Black Sea with an inset plan of Sebastopol]
Carte de la Mer Noire et Plan de Sebastopol. Paris, Bouquillard, c. 1856. Original hand colouring. 185 x 233mm. Backed on to card support, staining to the sheet edges, within title, irregular sheet edges, some loss of text.
Antique map of Crimea and Black Sea, with vignettes of ships and a sea battle, published during the Crimean War.
[Ref: 12133]    £150.00 ($195 • €174 rates)


TALLIS, John. [The Crimea, published during the Crimean War]
The Crimea. London, London Printing and Publishing Co., c.1860 original outline colour. Printed area 260 x 340mm.
An attractive steel engraving, drawn and engraved by John Rapkin, by one of the last publishers of decorative atlases, with an inset of Sevastopol Harbour. Printed border and vignettes of Sevastopol, Balaklava Harbour, Banks of the Alma, Eupatoria.
[Ref: 18554]    £120.00 ($156 • €139 rates)


PLANCHE, M.H. de la. [Rare pilot book of the Black Sea]
Pilote de la Mer Noire Traduit du Russe. Cote d'Europe. Paris: Imprimerie Adolphe Laine, 1869. Tall 4to; printed boards with cloth spine, chipped and worn, inner hinges strained; pp. 156, incl. title, half-title, contents & index, + 12pp. supplement; 19 lithograph charts (most double-page and a few folding), 10 coastal profiles.
A rare guide to sailing around the European coasts of the Black Sea based on Russian sources. The charts include the appraches to Odessa, Yalta, Balaklava & Sevastapol.
[Ref: 11790]    £2,800.00 ($3,648 • €3,240 rates)


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