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NOLIN, Jean Baptiste jnr. [Very scarce map of Aragon]
Les Royaume D'Aragon. Paris: Jean Baptiste Nolin Jr., c. 1760. 550 x 430mm, in original outline colour. Trimmed to the engraved border and laid on paper for inclusion in a contemporary composite atlas. With two library stamp on the verso, a lion rampant on a shield surmounted by a crown..
Scarce map of eastern Spain, centred on the city of Zaragossa, edited from the cartographic materials of Rodrigo Mendes de Silva, among others.
[Ref: 8530]    £400.00 ($517 • €464 rates)

PHILIPPE DE PRETOT, Etienne André. [The Basque region]
Chorographie des Royaumes D'Aragon, De Navarre et de la Province de Biscaye. Paris, 1787. Coloured. 290 x 415mm.
The Basque region of northern Spain and the Atlantic coast of Spain. With an ornamental cartouche.
[Ref: 11387]    £75.00 ($97 • €87 rates)

AMBROSI, Francesco. [A rare prospect of Madrid]
Madrid. Madrid Ciudad Capital Del Reyno D'Espana y Real Corte de los Reyes Catolicos vista de la puente de Sogovia. Bassano del Grappa ( Italy): Francesco Remondini?, c.1790. Coloured. 370 x 480mm. Worm holes in lower margin.
A scarce view of Madrid with a 17-point key, a variant without the two armorials of the Remondini publication.
[Ref: 15834]    £1,800.00 ($2,327 • €2,088 rates)

FADEN, William. [Miniature map of Spain & Portugal]
Spain and Portugal. London: Faden, 1798. Original colour. Sheet size 155 x 180 mm.
Map of Spain and Portugal engraved by William Palmer for Faden's 'Atlas Minimus Universalis'. William Faden was geographer to George III.
[Ref: 16336]    £65.00 ($84 • €75 rates)

FADEN, William. [Miniature map of Ancient Spain]
Hispania Vetus London: Faden, 1798. Original colour. Sheet size 155 x 180 mm.
Map showing Ancient Spain engraved by T. Foot for Faden's 'Atlas Minimus Universalis'. William Faden was geographer to George III.
[Ref: 16396]    £50.00 ($65 • €58 rates)

LUFFMAN, John. [Early 19th Century plan of the Gulf of Roses]
Bay of Roses. Engrav'd for Luffman's Select Plans. The Bay of Roses, a most convenient harbour of Catalonia in Spain, The Town, the ancient Rhoda, is very strong. London: Luffman, 1801. 170 x 135mm.
Chart of the Gulf of Roses, published in Luffman's 'Select Plans of the Principal Cities, Harbours, Forts &c. in the World'. It was captured by the French four times between 1645-1808, the last time the Spanish were aided by Thomas Cochrane (much of the inspiration for C. S. Forester's Horatio Hornblower), who defended Fort Trinidad ('The Castle' on this map) for a number of weeks before the city fell, forcing him to leave.
[Ref: 13177]    £80.00 ($103 • €93 rates)

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. [19th century plan of Madrid]
Madrid. London, Baldwin & Cradock, 1831. Original outline colour. Steel-engraving, 320 x 390mm.
Detailed town plan, with elevations of the major buildings, including the Escorial , the Buena Vista and Royal palaces, the Church of St. Norberto, the Convent of the Visitation and others, under the map.
[Ref: 11316]    £60.00 ($78 • €70 rates)


TASSIN, Christophe. [A 17th century miniature map of Portugal]
Reyno de Portugal. Paris, c.1633. 105 x 150mm. Good impression, wide margins.
A miniature map of Portugal, oriented with north to the right, published in Tassin's 'Cartes génerales de toutes les provinces de France et d'Espagne', first published 1633 by different Parisian publishers simultaneously. PASTEREAU: Tassin III.
[Ref: 14932]    £140.00 ($181 • €162 rates)

ORTELIUS, Abraham. [A pirated edition of the Ortelius Epitome map of Portugal]
Portugalliae que olim Lusitania... Venice, c.1655. Coloured. 80 x 105mm.
A miniature map of Portugal. A second title appears outside the neatline. The map was published in 'Il theatro del mondo', an Italian pirate edition of the Ortelius 'Epitome' miniature atlas. First published in 1598, the publication was revived in 1655, forty years after the last edition of the Dutch original. KOEMAN: Ort 70.
[Ref: 14722]    £100.00 ($129 • €116 rates)

JANSSON, Jan. [Portugal]
Portugallia et Algarbia quæ olim Lusitania. Auctore Vernando Alvero Secco. Amsterdam: Heirs of Jan Jansson, 1666, Latin text. Original colour. 385 x 500mm.
A fine map, orientated with north to the right, published in the 'Atlas Contractus', a two-volume atlas, published two years after Jansson's death by his son-in-law, Jan Jansson van Waesbergen. It is decorated with ornate cartouches for the title & scale, two armorials, compass roses, a figure of Neptune & galleons in the sea. KOEMAN: Me 184 & 185.
[Ref: 8202]    £300.00 ($388 • €348 rates)

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