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  WORLD 
 World Maps 

Anonymous. [19th century world map]
Wereldkaart Amsterdam, c.1840. Original colour. 250 x 320mm.
World map with the western hemisphere and eastern hemisphere. Two smaller hemispheres show the north and south poles.
[Ref: 17843]    £120.00 ($161 • €136 rates)


HATFIELD, William. [The smallest world map we've ever had!]
The Globe in Miniature on a Horizonal Projection (containing upwards of 1000 Letters) Engraved within the Space of a Sixpence by W. Hatfield. London: J.W. Wood, 1846. Engraved map on porcelain card, sheet 60 x 90mm. Edges toned, some slight surface creasing.
A miniature world map probably engraved as a business card for Hatfield himself. It is his first recorded work; by 1851 he was working for the Ordnance Survey in Southampton.
[Ref: 17299]    £350.00 ($471 • €398 rates)


LEVASSEUR, Victor. [Very decorative 19th century map of the world]
Planisphère. Paris: Pelissier, c.1845. Outline colour. 310 x 410mm. An excellent example.
A fine map of the world on Mercator's projection, with ornate engraved borders, with medallion allegories of the Four Seasons and vignettes of gods, goddesses, mythical figures, Adam and Eve, astrological symbols and animals. Under the map is a further vingette with Jesus seated on a throne with a cross in one hand. Around him can be seen Napoleon, Socrates, pyramids and a herm. It was published in one of the last decorative atlases, the 'Atlas Universel Illustré'.
[Ref: 15841]    £280.00 ($377 • €318 rates)


LEVASSEUR, Victor. [Very decorative 19th century map of the world]
Planisphère. Paris: Pelissier, c.1845. Outline colour. 310 x 410mm.
A fine map of the world on Mercator's projection, with ornate engraved borders, with medallion allegories of the Four Seasons and vignettes of gods, goddesses, mythical figures, Adam and Eve, astrological symbols and animals. Under the map is a further vingette with Jesus seated on a throne with a cross in one hand. Around him can be seen Napoleon, Socrates, pyramids and a herm. It was published in one of the last decorative atlases, the 'Atlas Universel Illustré'.
[Ref: 17822]    £500.00 ($673 • €568 rates)


LEVASSEUR, Victor. [Very decorative map of the world]
Planisphère. Paris: Pelissier, c.1845. Outline colour. 310 x 410mm. A very fine example.
A fine map within highly decorative engraved borders, with medallion allegories of the Four Seasons and vignettes of gods, goddesses, mythical figures, astrological symbols and animals. It was published in one of the last decorative atlases, the 'Atlas Universel Illustré'.
[Ref: 15146]    £475.00 ($639 • €540 rates)


SWANSTON, G.H. [Victorian double hemisphere map of the world]
The World in hemispheres with Comparative Views of the Heights of the Principal Mountains and Basins of the principal Rivers on the Globe. Edinburgh: A. Fullarton, c.1850. Original colour. Lithograph, 430 x 540mm.
Double-hemisphere world map, surrounded by insets illustrating the basins of the Amazon and Tocantins; La Plata; Great Lakes and St Lawrence; Rhine, Danube and Dnieper; Volga and Ural; Indus; and Ganges and Irawady; Mississippi and Missouri; Yenesei. The comparative heights of the mountain ranges are banded to denote the vegetation and geology.
[Ref: 16525]    £550.00 ($740 • €625 rates)


PERTHES, Justus. [An agricultural world map]
Verbreitungsbezirke Der Wichtigsten Kulturgewachse; Nebst Andeutungen Uber Den Lauf Der Isotheren Und Isochimenen Gotha, 1851. Original colour 340 x 430mm.
The large maps shows the distribution of grains throughout the world. The four smaller maps shows the distributions of sugar, coffee, pepper, tea and vanilla. Decorated with drawings of plants and flowers.
[Ref: 17269]    £150.00 ($202 • €170 rates)


PERTHES, Justus. [A map of the animals of the world]
Geographische Verbreitung. Gotha, 1851. Original colour. 340 x 430mm.
Map of the world with illustrations of animals down each side with niote on their population throughtout the world, including elephants, monkeys and rhinoceroses.
[Ref: 17274]    £150.00 ($202 • €170 rates)


TALLIS, John. [Pair of 19th Century maps of the world maps in hemispheres]
Western Hemisphere; Eastern Hemisphere. London, J. & F. Tallis, 1851. Original outline colour. Pair of steel engravings, each c. 260 x 350mm.
A pair of maps of each hemisphere, both surrounded by decorative borders with vignettes of costumes and animals. Of particular interest is the mail route from England to Australia and Hong Kong marked on the eastern sheet.
[Ref: 18055]    £500.00 ($673 • €568 rates)


MONIN, Charles V. [A French double-hemisphere world map]
Mappemonde. Paris: Auguste Loguerot, 1852. Coloured. 530 x 705mm.
A decorative double-hemisphere world map, surrounded by astrological diagrams and illustrations of globes and armillary spheres.
[Ref: 16918]    £1,250.00 ($1,681 • €1,420 rates)


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