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MORDEN, Robert. A New Map of India Beyond the Ganges. London: 1688. Coloured. 125 x 105mm, set in a page of text.
An uncommon miniature map, showing Bengal to Hainan, with Thailand and the Malay Peninsula.
[Ref: 8779]    £240.00 ($313 • €277 rates)


RABATTA, Augusto & BAILOU, Jean Baptist de. [An 18th century playing-card of the Malay Peninsula]
Penisola di la dal Gange anticamente India ultra Gangem di diversi Rè. Florence: Aniello Lamberti, 1779. Original colour. Sheet size 115 x 70mm.
A rare miniature map of Bengal and the Ganges engraved by Lamberti for the 'Minchiate', the Florentine version of the Tarot, which had each card marked with an arcane symbol. The full set was published in Augusto Da Rabatta and Jean Baptiste De Baillou's pocket atlas 'Nuovo Atlante Generale'. Information on the map is minimal, but an extensive key gives the names of the various regions.
[Ref: 12985]    £1,000.00 ($1,306 • €1,153 rates)


CASSINI, Giovanni Maria. [Antique Map of India, Siam and Malaysia]
Le Indie Orientali Delineatio Sulle ultime Osservazioni. Rome, 1797. Coloured. 365 x 490mm.
Original antique map depicting India, Tibet, Burma, Thailand and Indochina. from the 'Nuovo Atlante Geografico Universale', with a decorative title cartouche.
[Ref: 7851]    £420.00 ($549 • €484 rates)


MOORE, Joseph. [A view of the terrace of the Great Dagon Temple, Burma]
Scene upon the Terrace of the Great Dagon Pagoda at Rangoon taken near the Great Bell. London; Kingsbury & Co. 1825. Hand-coloured aquatint. 325 x 425mm.
The Terrace of the Great Dagon Pagoda in Rangoon. An aquatint after Lieutenant Joseph Moore of the 89th Regiment, published in his 'Views taken at or near Rangoon, and combined operations in the Birman Empire', an account of the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824-6). Abbey Travel: 404.
[Ref: 18620]    £850.00 ($1,110 • €980 rates)


MOORE, Joseph. [Storming the stockades, Rangoon]
Rangoon. The Storming of one of the principal Stockades on its inside on the 8th of July 1824. London; Kingsbury & Co. 1825. Hand-coloured aquatint. 325 x 425mm.
British redcoats swarming over the walls of a wooden stockade and driving the Burmese fighters back. An aquatint after Lieutenant Joseph Moore of the 89th Regiment, published in his 'Views taken at or near Rangoon, and combined operations in the Birman Empire', an account of the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824-6). Abbey Travel: 404.
[Ref: 18622]    £650.00 ($849 • €749 rates)


MOORE, Joseph. [Attacking the stockade, Rangoon]
The Attack upon the Stockades near Rangoon by Sir Archibald Campbell, K.C.B. on the 28th of May 1824 London; Kingsbury & Co. 1825. Hand-coloured aquatint. 325 x 420mm.
A column of British redcoats marching towards the breach in the wooden stockade. An aquatint after Lieutenant Joseph Moore of the 89th Regiment, published in his 'Views taken at or near Rangoon, and combined operations in the Birman Empire', an account of the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824-6). Abbey Travel: 404.
[Ref: 18623]    £650.00 ($849 • €749 rates)


MOORE, Joseph. [Interior of the Gold Temple, Burma]
Inside View of the Gold temple on the Terrace of the Great Dagon Pagoda at Rangoon. London; Kingsbury & Co. 1825. Hand-coloured aquatint. 325 x 425mm. Paper watermarked J Whatman Turkey Mill. Trimmed close to plate mark, tear repaired at left margin.
A view of the interior of the Shwedagon Pagoda, the most sacred in Burma, showing the statue of the Buddha in a lattice-work enclosure. An aquatint after Lieutenant Joseph Moore of the 89th Regiment, published in his 'Views taken at or near Rangoon, and combined operations in the Birman Empire', an account of the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824-6). Abbey Travel: 404.
[Ref: 18625]    £650.00 ($849 • €749 rates)


MOORE, Joseph. [Storming the stockade at Kemmendine]
The Storming of the Lesser Stockade at Kemmendine rear Rangoon on the 10th of June 1824 London; Kingsbury & Co. 1825. Hand-coloured aquatint. 325 x 425mm.
A column of British redcoats marching towards the breach in the wooden stockade. An aquatint after Lieutenant Joseph Moore of the 89th Regiment, published in his 'Views taken at or near Rangoon, and combined operations in the Birman Empire', an account of the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824-6). Abbey Travel: 404.
[Ref: 18626]    £750.00 ($980 • €865 rates)


MOORE, Joseph. [British troops preparing to attack the stockades]
Rangoon. The Position of part of the Army previous to attacking the Stockades on the 9th July 1824. London; Kingsbury & Co. 1825. Hand-coloured aquatint. 330 x 425mm. Light marginal soiling.
British troops forming squares prior to an assault. On the right a ground of artillerymen stand around a Congrieve-Rocket launcher. An aquatint after Lieutenant Joseph Moore of the 89th Regiment, published in his 'Views taken at or near Rangoon, and combined operations in the Birman Empire', an account of the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824-6). Abbey Travel: 404.
[Ref: 18627]    £750.00 ($980 • €865 rates)


DE LORENZO, J. [Chart of the South China Sea]
Carta del Mar de China comprendido entre la Isla de Borneo y la Peninsula de Malaca, segun los trabajos mas modernos ingleses y holandeses. Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1864. Touches of original colour. 640 x 990mm. Blind stamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia.
Chart of the South China Sea, with Singapore and the coast of Borneo including Brunei. Lighthouses are marked in colour.
[Ref: 12457]    £750.00 ($980 • €865 rates)


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