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  ASIA 
 Far East 

HERBERT, William. [A scarce 18th century English chart of the East Indies]
A Chart of the Eastermost Part of the East Indies from the Island of Zeloan to Amoy in China with the adjacent Islands Adjusted according to the most accurate Astronomical Observations. London: Henry Gregory, 1779. Coloured. 585 x 805mm. Centerfold reinforced on verso.
A large chart of the East Indies from Sri Lanka to Taiwan with part of Melville Island off the north coast of Australia. Based on the chart in d'Après de Manevillette's 'Neptune Oriental', the chart was improved by William Nichelson, 'regulated' by the mathematician Samuel Dunn and first published in a new sea atlas, 'The New Directory for the East Indies' in 1758.
[Ref: 18037]    £3,250.00 ($4,622 • €3,734 rates)


 China 

HONDIUS, Jodocus. [Early 17th century miniature map of China]
China. Amsterdam, 1610, Latin text edition. Coloured, 150 x 185mm.
A miniature map of China, orientated with north to the right, depicting Korea as an island. Hondius reduced his own folio map of 1606 for the 'Atlas Minor', which was published between 1606 and 1621, when the plates were sold to a London publisher and new plates made. WALTER: OAG 13.
[Ref: 18285]    £480.00 ($683 • €552 rates)


HONDIUS, Jodocus. [A classic early 17th century map of China]
China. Amsterdam, 1623, French text edition. Original colour. 350 x 460mm.
Interesting map of China, also showing Korea as an island, a distorted Japan and the tip of north-west America. Decorations include a land-yacht, a junk, seamonster and a western galleon, and a crucifixion scene within a strapwork cartouche. KOEMAN: Me 28a.
[Ref: 17883]    £2,700.00 ($3,839 • €3,102 rates)


BLAEU, Johannes. [The first western map of the Chinese province of Shandong]
Xantung, Sinarum Imperii Provincia Quarta. Amsterdam, 1658, Spanish text edition. Coloured, with gold highlights. 400 x 495mm.
A 17th century map of Shandong, published in the 'Novus Atlas Sinensis', the first Western atlas of China, compiled from the maps supplied by Martino Martini, a Jesuit missionary who travelled through China 1643-1650. KOEMAN: Bl 60a.
[Ref: 18174]    £1,200.00 ($1,706 • €1,379 rates)


BLAEU, Johannes. [The first western map of the Chinese province of Hunan]
Huquang, Imperii Sinarum Provincia Septima. Amsterdam, 1658, Spanish text edition. Coloured, with gold highlights. 410 x 490mm.
A 17th century map of Hunan, published in the 'Novus Atlas Sinensis', the first Western atlas of China, compiled from the maps supplied by Martino Martini, a Jesuit missionary who travelled through China 1643-1650. KOEMAN: Bl 60a.
[Ref: 18175]    £750.00 ($1,067 • €862 rates)


BLAEU, Johannes. [The first western map of the Chinese province of Fujian]
Fokien, Imperii Sinarum Provincia Unidecima. Amsterdam, 1658, Spanish text edition. Coloured, with gold highlights. 410 x 490mm.
A 17th century map of Fujian, published in the 'Novus Atlas Sinensis', the first Western atlas of China, compiled from the maps supplied by Martino Martini, a Jesuit missionary who travelled through China 1643-1650. KOEMAN: Bl 60a.
[Ref: 18176]    £1,100.00 ($1,564 • €1,264 rates)


BLAEU, Johannes. [The first western map of the Chinese province of Guangxi]
Quangsi, Sinarum Imperii Provincia Decimatertia. Amsterdam, 1658, Spanish text edition. Coloured, with gold highlights. 410 x 490mm.
A 17th century map of Guangxi, published in the 'Novus Atlas Sinensis', the first Western atlas of China, compiled from the maps supplied by Martino Martini, a Jesuit missionary who travelled through China 1643-1650. KOEMAN: Bl 60a.
[Ref: 18177]    £850.00 ($1,209 • €977 rates)


MOLL, Herman. [18th century English map of China & Japan]
The Empire of China and Island of Japan. London: Thomas Bowles & John Bowles, c.1730. Coloured. 260 x 255mm.
China and Japan, with an almost-square Korea and Chinese Tartary. Above Japan is the semi-mythical islands of 'Jesso' and 'Company's Island'. Above Japan a text reads 'Whether Japan be an Island, or joyned to ye Land of Jesso, is mot yet determined...'. From Moll's 'Atlas minor or a new and curious set of sixty-two maps, in which are shewn all the empires, kingdoms, countries, states, in all the known parts of the earth, with their bounds, divisions, chief cities & towns, the whole composed & laid down agreable to modern history'.
[Ref: 17848]    £550.00 ($782 • €632 rates)


SEUTTER, Matthäus. [A dramatic 18th century map of China]
Opulentissimum Sinarum Imperium juxta Recentissimam Delineationem in suas Provincias Distermunatum. Augsburg, T.C.Lotter, c.1760. Original colour. 500 x 590mm.
A finely-engaved map of China divided into provinces, with an allegorical title cartouche representing European trade with China. Originally published c.1730, this example was published by Seutter's son-in-law & successor, Tobias Conrad Lotter.
[Ref: 18269]    £1,400.00 ($1,991 • €1,609 rates)


MARMOCCHI, F.C. [Mid-19th century map of China]
La Cina propriamente detta e sue isole. Genova, 1858. Original colour. 295 x 360mm.
China and its islands from Geografia Commerciale. Showing Mongolia, Tibet, Formosa, Taiwan and Korea.
[Ref: 18147]    £190.00 ($270 • €218 rates)


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