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 The Holy Land 

TIRINUS, Jacobus. [Two-sheet map of the Holy Land]
Chorographia Terræ Sanctæ in Angustiorem Formam Redacta, et ex Variis Auctoribus a Multis Erroribus Expurgata. Amsterdam, c.1632. Original outline colour. Two plates conjoined, total 330 x 850mm. Old ink marginalia top right. A very fine example with strong impression, wide margins and on heavy paper.
A highly decorative map of the Holy Land oriented to the East, with nineteen vignettes including maps of Jerusalem after Villalpando and the Temple, as well as galleons and a compass rose. LAOR: 771.
[Ref: 19344]    £1,000.00 ($1,212 • €1,091 rates)

ORTELIUS, Abraham. [A pirated edition of the Ortelius Epitome map of the Holy Land]
Palestinae sive Totius Terrae Promissionis Nova Descriptio Auctore Tilemanno Stella Sigenens. Venice, c.1655. Coloured. 80 x 105mm.
A miniature map of Palestine. 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: 14683]    £150.00 ($182 • €164 rates)

BLAEU, Willem Janszoon. [17th century map of the Holy Land]
Terra Sancta quae in Sacris Terra Promissionis olim Palestina. Amsterdam, 1665, Dutch text edition. Original colour with gold highlights. 385 x 500mm. A superb example
The Holy Land, orientated with north to the right, with a finely-coloured title cartouche showing Moses with the Ten Commandments. The map was actually engraved by Jodocus Hondius, jnr.; however he died in 1629, before the plate was published. Blaeu bought it and used it for the first time 1630. This example comes from a Dutch edition of Blaeu's 'Atlas Major'. LAOR 106. KOEMAN: Bl 57.
[Ref: 19608]    £900.00 ($1,091 • €982 rates)

DE ROSSI, Giovanni Giacomo. [17th century map of the Holy Land]
Terra Sancta sive Promissionis, olim Palestina, in duo divisa Regna, Israel, et Juda... Rome, 1679. Coloured. 435 x 555mm.
The Holy Land divided into Tribes, with an inset map of Ancient Syria and a title cartouche featuring Adam, Eve and the serpent. De Rossi has used both Sanson and Cantelli da Vignola as sources for this map. LAOR: 682.
[Ref: 19579]    £230.00 ($279 • €251 rates)

BLOME, Richard. [A 17th century plan of classical Jerusalem]
Jerusalem. London, c.1689. Coloured. 430 x 530mm. Trimmed to lateral printed borders, margins replaced.
A city plan of Jerusalem by Richard Blome, engraved by Johannes Kip. Twelve vignettes surround the map on three borders, featuring biblical tombs and statues (King Solomon on one side and the High Priest on the other). Two scrolls, held aloft by putti, list 57 places of interest. One of the details shows a miniature bird's eye view of Sololmon's Temple.
[Ref: 19103]    £400.00 ($485 • €436 rates)

DE BRUYN, Cornelis. [A fine 17th Century prospect of contemporary Jerusalem]
Ierusalem. Delft: Henrik van Kroonveld, 1698, 305 x 1235mm.
A spectacular panorama of Jerusalem taken from the Mount of Olives., published in de Bruyn's 'Reizen... door Klein Asia...van Aegypten, Syrien en Palestina'. Cornelis de Bruyn (1652-1726) was a painter who travelled through the Holy Land and Near East. Under the Ottomans the making of 'graven images' was prohibited; in Jerusalem de Bruyn avoided detection by pretending to be picnicing with two Franciscan monks who stood guard while he made his preliminary drawings. LAOR: 967.
[Ref: 18371]    £1,500.00 ($1,818 • €1,637 rates)

JAILLOT, Alexis-Hubert. [Map of Palestine & the Holy Land]
Iudæa Seu Terra Sancta quæ Hebræorum sive Israelitarum in suas duodecim Tribus divisa... Paris, 1709, coloured, 460 x 650mm
Map of the Holy Land drawn after Guillaume Sanson, divided into the twelve tribes of Israel on both sides of the Jordan, the shoreline running from Sidon to Gaza. This map features two beautiful rococo catouches, the one at the top left is flanked by Moses with the tablets of the law and Aaron with his scepter, the Ark of the Covenant is shown below surmounted by cherubim. The cartouche at the bottom right shows God the Father above clouds and flanked by different animals. LAOR 369
[Ref: 8260]    £400.00 ($485 • €436 rates)

CLUVER, Philip. [Early 18th century map of the Holy Land]
Totius Terræ Sanctæ Delineatio. London, 1711. 270 x 210mm.
The Holy Land, with a decorative title cartouche. This version not in LAOR, but see 215.
[Ref: 7862]    £60.00 ($73 • €65 rates)

SEUTTER, Matthäus. [An 18th century map of the Holy Land in fine colour]
Regio Canaan seu Terra Promissionis, Postea Iudæa vel Palæstina Nominata, Hodie Terra Sancta Vocata... Augsburg, c.1725. Fine original colour. 495 x 580mm. A very fine example.
A decorative map of the Holy Land divided into the Twelve Tribes. The title cartouche shows Jesus drawing out the demon from the possessed man, with a view of the Crucifixion in the background. An inset map of the 40 Years in the Desert is decorated with a portrait of Moses with the Twelve Commandments and a depiction of the Israelites worshipping false gods. LAOR: 720.
[Ref: 15398]    £460.00 ($557 • €502 rates)

AA, Pieter van der. [A monumental panorama of classical Jerusalem after Hollar]
Ierusalem. Leiden, 1729. Three sheets conjoined as issued, total 390 x 1980mm. A very fine impression
This is arguably the most spectacular of all early prospects of Jerusalem. The sheer scale of it shows a level of detail not seen on anything published before or long after.This panormaic view depicts the ancient city during the time of Christ, as seen from the east, based on biblical and other various historical sources. A table to the right lists 55 place names referenced to the view. According to Laor, this prospect is a much-enlarged version of a fomer work by the great Bohemian engraver, Wenceslaus Hollar, who spent most of his working career in London. The small plan to the upper left corner is, as noted in the text above, attributed to Villalpando. LAOR: 933.
[Ref: 16556]    £8,250.00 ($9,997 • €9,001 rates)

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