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 Philippines 

MALLET, Alain Manesson. [17th century miniature map of the Philippines]
Les Isles Philippines 1682. Paris, 1682. Coloured. 150 x 105mm.
A charming miniature map of the Philippines, decorated with a sea-battle and a title cartouche in the shape of a scallop shell supported by hippocamps and a merman. Published in the 'Description de l'Univers'.
[Ref: 18220]    £500.00 ($660 • €560 rates)


PRÉVOST, Antoine François. [Voyages to the East, with the Philippines and Kaempfer's visit to Japan]
Histoire Generale des Voyages... Tome Trente-Neuvieme, Paris: Didot, 1752. 8vo; original calf gilt, marbled endpapers; half-title, title, pp. 479, three folding maps, three folding plates, five single-page-plates. Old ink ownership inscription on title, edges of pages at rear knocked.
Volume 34 of the Abbé Prévost's history of exploration, including lengthy description of the Philippines, Le Maire in South America in 1615, the Celebes, and finally Kaempfer's voyage to Japan in the 1690s. The maps include two maps by Bellin of the Philippines (Carte des Isles Philippines) and plans of Kyoto, Nagasaki and Tokyo. Among the plates are two folding illustrations of coffee plants, noted by Kaempfer in Arabia.
[Ref: 14502]    £1,100.00 ($1,452 • €1,232 rates)


GRASSET DE SAINT SAUVEUR, Jacques [Pair of prints showing 18th Century costumes of the Philippines]
Habitant des isles Philipines. [&] habitante des isles Philipines. Paris: Pavard, 1788. Two sheets, original colours. Each 190 x 120mm.
Pair of engravings from 'Costumes civils actuels de tous les peuples connus', engraved by Jean Marie Mixelle, showing a Filipino man and woman dressed in the native garb.
[Ref: 15105]    £280.00 ($370 • €314 rates)


VANDERMAELEN, Philippe. [The 'complete' set of 6 maps of the Philippines]
Océanique. Partie des Iles Philippines. [Plates 4, 6, 7, 14, 15 & 5.] Brussels, 1827. Six sheets, lithographs with original colour. Each c.490 x 550mm.
A group of five maps showing all the land of the Philippines, plus a map of the Mariannes which contains an extensive French-language description of the Philippines. The 'Atlas Universel' was the first atlas to have every map on the same scale, 1:1,641,836, meaning some of the more remote regions of the world were shown in unprecedented detail. It is quite uncommon to find the complete set of the maps with the extra text sheet.
[Ref: 16503]    £2,500.00 ($3,300 • €2,800 rates)


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