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CANTELLI DA VIGNOLA, Giacomo. [Map of the Eastern Pyrenees]
La contea di Rossilione diuisa nella vicaria de Perpignano, e Subuicaria di Valspir, e nella Vicaria de Villa Franca di Conflent, e subicaria de Capsir che appartiene alla Francia e la contea di Cerdagna. Rome: De Rossi, 1690. Coloured. 410 x 580mm.
Map showing the county of Roussillion, one of the historical counties of the former Principality of Catalonia, corresponding roughly to the present-day southern French département of Pyrénées-Orientales (Eastern Pyrenees).
[Ref: 13426]    £400.00 ($528 • €458 rates)

FER, Nicolas de. Carte Generale De Toutes Les Costes De France... Paris, 1690, coloured, 400 x 455mm
An unusual map of France showing only its coasts and coastal cities and towns. With numerous decorative details such as sailing ships and whales and a superb baroque title catouche in the form of a grotesque. Produced as an illustrated index for de Fer's atlas "Les Costes De France", with the coast divided into squares each showing its respective map number. PASTOREAU Fer VIII A (2)
[Ref: 10389]    £300.00 ($396 • €343 rates)

CORONELLI, Vincenzo Maria. [A majestic two-sheet map of France]
La Francia Antica, e Moderna... Venice, c.1692. Coloured. Two sheets conjoined, total 615 x 890mm.
A beautiful antique map of France, decorated with a large title cartouche and 31 armorials.
[Ref: 7403]    £1,200.00 ($1,584 • €1,373 rates)

MULLER, Johann Ulrich. [Uncommon miniature map of France]
Gallia Vetus. Ulm, 1692. 70 x 80mm, set in text.
Charming miniature map, with a letterpress text in German.
[Ref: 8927]    £80.00 ($106 • €92 rates)

MOLL, Herman. [France St Malo]
A Particular Chart of the Road and Adjacent Coasts of St Malo as also of the Mouth of the River Dinan as they appear at the Lowest Tides. London, Swale & Child, 1695. 140 x 155mm, set in text.
Chart of St Malo, published in the 'Thesaurus Geographicus'.
[Ref: 8882]    £80.00 ($106 • €92 rates)

MOLL, Herman. [17th Century English map of France]
France. London, Swale & Child, 1695. 180 x 185mm, set in text.
Published in the 'Thesaurus Geographicus'.
[Ref: 8855]    £150.00 ($198 • €172 rates)

DANCKERTS, Cornelis. [Antique map of Champagne]
Comté et Gouvernment Generale de Champagne... Amsterdam, 1698. Original colour. 590 x 510mm. Trimmed to printed border at top (due to the size of the map), re-margined.
A large and detailed map of the French wine region of Champagne, with a decorative title cartouche featuring grapes. An inset shows the area around Paris.
[Ref: 10342]    £220.00 ($290 • €252 rates)

JANSSON, Jan. [Map of Gaul]
Galliæ Veteris Typus. Amsterdam, c.1700. 385 x 490mm.
Roman France, divided into Provinces, marking the various tribes.
[Ref: 8298]    £220.00 ($290 • €252 rates)

VALK, Gerard & Leonard. [Early 18th century map of Normany in fine colour]
Normannia Ducatus, tum Superior ad Ortum, tum Inferior ad aceasum... Amsterdam, c.1700. Bright original colour. 490 x 600mm. A very fine example printed on heavy paper.
A detailed map of Normandy is stong original body colour, also showing Jersey.
[Ref: 15399]    £400.00 ($528 • €458 rates)

WELLS, Edward. [An English map of France]
A New Map Of Ancient Gaul Or Gallia Transalpina Shewing The Divisions... Oxford, 1700. Coloured. 370 x 500mm.
Engraved by Robert Spofforth and published for " A new sett of maps both of antient and present geography". This map was one of a set of 22 maps dedicated to William, Duke of Glouchester, who was then an 11 year old student at Oxford. Showing Roman France as divided by Augustus Caesar in its entirety and marking and categorising all the main settlements and geographical features. With an inset of France as it was divided during the reign of Julius Caesar.
[Ref: 10558]    £250.00 ($330 • €286 rates)

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