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  EUROPE 
 Northern Italy 

OTTENS, Reinier & Joshua. [An early 18th century map of Piedmont & Savoy]
Status Sabaudici, Tabulam in Ducatum Sabaudiæ, et Montisferrati, Principatum Pedemontii Comitatum Nicæensem, et cæteras Partes Minores. Amsterdam: R. & J. Ottens, c.1720. Original colour. 580 x 490mm.
A detailed map of the Duchy of Savoy and Piemonte, showing from Geneva to Nice and Monaco, with Turin marked.
[Ref: 15018]    £350.00 ($452 • €406 rates)


WOLFF, Jeremias. [18th century prospect of Milan]
Meyland. Augsburg, Heirs of Jeremias Wolff, c.1725. Coloured. Two sheets conjoined, total 355 x 1005mm.
A fine prospect of the city with a 63-point key. Originally published by Wolff, the publication line marks this example as published by his heirs. Johann Friedrich Probst took over Wolff's business, but as he had yet to become famous in his own right he left Wolff's name on the plate.
[Ref: 9758]    £3,850.00 ($4,977 • €4,466 rates)


CLUVER, Philip. [Northern Italy]
Italiæ Gallicæ sive Galliæ Cisalpinæ... Amsterdam, c.1730. Coloured. 205 x 260mm.
Northern Italy in Classical times.
[Ref: 7831]    £50.00 ($65 • €58 rates)


HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [A beautiful 18th century prospect of Genoa with map of Liguria]
Status Reipublicae Genuensis nec non Prospectuum Celeberrimae eiusdem Urbis et Portus Geographica simul et Topographica Descriptio Nuremberg, c.1730. Original colour with additions to the prospect. 495 x 570mm.
A fine map of the Republic of Genova. Beneath the map is an elaborate allegorical title cartouche depicting the achievements of the Republic. Below that is a prospect of the city with a key to important places.
[Ref: 17199]    £1,100.00 ($1,422 • €1,276 rates)


SEUTTER, Matthäus. [18th century map of Liguria]
Lo Stato Della Repubblica di Genova. Geograficamente rappresentato et di nuovo dato in luce da Matteo Seuttero Geografo Cesareo in Augusta. Augsburg, c.1730. Original wash colour. 200 x 270mm. Trimmed to printed border and laid on album paper.
A small but detailed antique map of the Republic of Genoa, from the 'Atlas Minor'. With an elaborate rococo title cartouche along the bottom margin flanked by bacchantes and scrolling shells.
[Ref: 13422]    £250.00 ($323 • €290 rates)


WERNER, Friedrich Bernhard. [Spectacular mid-18th century prospect of Venice]
Venetia. Augsburg, Johann Friedrich Probst, c.1750. Two sheets conjoined, total 375 x 1030mm.
A scarce prospect of Venice, drawn by Friedrich Bernhard Werner (1690-1776), who visited the city in 1730. This is a state unrecorded by Moretto, with the 86-point keys in Italian and Latin augmented by a version in German. MORETTO: 153.
[Ref: 16848]    £5,500.00 ($7,110 • €6,380 rates)


CERRUTI, Agostino. [A two-sheet old map of the Po River]
Cursus Fluminis Padi vel Po per Longobardiam a fonte usque ad Ostia... Nuremberg, Homann Heirs, 1735. Original colour with additions. Two sheets conjoined, total 520 x 1155mm. Narrow margins top and bottom as issued
Two-sheet map of the course of the River Po across northern Italy from its source in the mountains above Turin to the Gulf of Venice, based on Cerruti's six-sheet map, as published by De Rossi in Rome, 1703.
[Ref: 12221]    £1,300.00 ($1,681 • €1,508 rates)


DU BOSC, Claude [The Battle of Turin]
The Battle of Turin, September the 7, MDCCVI C. Du Bosc, London 1735, 270 x 200mm.
An attractive vignette depicting a scene of the Battle of Turin which lasted from June to September 1706 when a French-led force besieged the Savoyard capital of Turin during the War of the Spanish Succession. The siege was broken when a combined Savoyard/Imperial army relieved the city in September; this was a major turning point for the war in Italy.
[Ref: 18822]    £80.00 ($103 • €93 rates)


HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [Lombardia]
Ducatus Mediolani una cum Confinÿs... Nuremberg, c.1735. Original body colour. 480 x 585mm. Some restoration to centrefold.
The Duchy of Milan, with a decorative title cartouche.
[Ref: 7983]    £250.00 ($323 • €290 rates)


WERNER, Friedrich Bernhard. [Prospect of Milan with fine allegorical detail]
Mediolanum. Mayland. Augsburg: Martin Englebrecht, c.1735. Etching, 360 x 420mm. A fine impression.
A prospect of Milan showing the defensive walls, with extensive keys and a descriptive text, both in Italian and German, and a decorative frame-like border. The view was drawn by Werner, but the allegorical figures in the foreground were by Thomas Scheffler. The plate was etched by Philip Andreas Kilian.
[Ref: 16543]    £1,500.00 ($1,939 • €1,740 rates)


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