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  EUROPE 
 Sweden 

SEUTTER, Matthäus. [18th century map of Sweden and the Baltic]
Nova mappa geographica Sueciae ac Gothiae regna ut et Finlandiae Ducatum ac Lapponiam Lotter: Augsbourg, c 1770. Original colour. 510 x 560mm. Excellent condition.
A map of Sweden and the Baltic, with Lapland and Finland. Tobias Lotter was the son-in-law and heir of Matthäus Seutter and continued to issue Seutter's plates.
[Ref: 15147]    £490.00 ($623 • €556 rates)


ROBERT DE VAUGONDY, Gilles. [Sweden]
La Suede Par le S. Robert de Vaugondy... Paris, c.1778. Original colour. 250 x 210mm.
Map of Sweden from 'Nouvel Atlas Portatif'.
[Ref: 17632]    £125.00 ($159 • €142 rates)


ZATTA, Antonio. [Sweden & Finland]
La Svezia Divisa ne'suoi Regni Di nuova Projezione.. Venice, 1781. Original outline colour. 420 x 330mm.
Sweden and Finland, engraved by Zuliani after Pitteri.
[Ref: 9629]    £200.00 ($254 • €227 rates)


BILLMARK, C.J. [Stockholm Panorama]
Panorama de Stockholm, Pris de la Coupole de L'Eglise de Skeppsholmen (Ile de l'Amirauté), Dessiné d'Après Nature et Lithographié par C.J.Billmark. (Nouvelle edition entierement refaite.) Stockholm: J.C.Hedbom, c.1850. Printed boards, with 16pp. description of Stockholm by Felix Droinet, with a lithographed panorama on five sheets conjoined, total 280 x 2140mm. Some spotting.
Carl Johan Billmark (1804-1870) was a Swedish painter and lithographer best known for his book of views along the Trollhätten canal (designed by the British engineer Thomas Telford), published 1843. On the back board is a plan of Stockholm.
[Ref: 10136]    £1,200.00 ($1,525 • €1,361 rates)


WALKER, J. & C. [Old sea chart of the environs of Karlskrona]
Baltic. Carlskrona Harbour from a Danish Plan. London: Hydrographic Office of the Admiralty, 1853. 650 x 485mm. Narrow margin on right.
Detailed sea chart of the approaches to Karlskrona, home of the Swedish Navy.
[Ref: 12264]    £240.00 ($305 • €272 rates)


WENTZEL, Fr. [Sweden Stockholm]
Stockholm. Paris, Wentzel, c.1860. Tinted lithograph, printed area 300 x 380mm. Some spotting.
View of the city from the port.
[Ref: 9704]    £180.00 ($229 • €204 rates)


Anonymous. [View of Stockholm & Swedish national costumes]
Stockholm and National Costumes of Sweden London: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, c. 1880. Coloured lithograph. 530 x 680mm.
A view of Stockholm from Lake Malare, surrounded by twenty-two vignettes depicting Swedish national dress including those of a bride and groom, and scenes including elk hunters and the interior of a Lapp dwelling.
[Ref: 16092]    £650.00 ($826 • €737 rates)


 Denmark 

ORTELIUS, Abraham. [16th century Dutch map of Denmark]
Daniae Regni Typus. Antwerp: Christoph Plantin, 1574, Latin edition. Coloured, with gold highlights. 315 x 410mm.
Ortelius's antique map of Denmark in full double page format, uncommon because it was replaced in 1581 by a half-plate map. This example has the pagination of the 1579 edition written over the number of the 1574 edition: the publishers were obviously using up the unused sheets of the earlier edition. VAN DEN BROECKE: 84.
[Ref: 12881]    £900.00 ($1,144 • €1,021 rates)


CUSTOS, Dominicus. [A family tree of the Estridsen dynasty of Danish kings]
Reges Daniæ Inclijto et Potentiss: Danæ et Nor:vegiæ Regi/ Christ:iano IV. DD. Augsburg, c.1625. 400 x 250mm.
A stylised family tree of the Estridsen dynasty from Valdemar I the Great, ruler of Denmark 1146-1182, to Christian IV, ruler 1588-1648, with a view of Haffnia ( Copenhagen) behind. It was published in Custos's 'Atrium heroicum' (first published 1602-4), a collection of portraits of the great and good, a forerunner of 'Who's Who'.
[Ref: 14675]    £240.00 ($305 • €272 rates)


SPEED, John. [The first English atlas map of Denmark]
The Kingdome of Denmarke... London: George Humble, 1627. Old colour. 390 x 500mm. Re-margined at top.
Highly decorative map of Denmark, engraved by Evert Symonz van Hamersvelt for Speed's 'Prospect of the… World', with ten costume vignettes down the sides and six city prospects, including Copenhagen & Hamburg (as Holstein was still subject to Denmark at the time), along the top.
[Ref: 15642]    £1,500.00 ($1,907 • €1,701 rates)


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