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Records: 1 to 7 of 7
  ASIA 
 Philippines 

MOLL, Herman. [Early 18th century map of the Philippines]
The Philippine Islands and others of the East Indies, According to ye Newest Observations London, 1710. Coloured. 185 x 265mm.
Moll's map of South East Asia and the Philippine archipelago.
[Ref: 18971]    £120.00 ($149 • €133 rates)


STOCKLEIN, Joseph. [A scarce map of the Philippines]
XIII. Insulae Marianae Ao. 1684 cum antiquis varys et novis sacrisque Nominibus... Augsburg, c. 1740. 155 x 190mm.
An unusual 18th century map which shows The Philippines, Mariana Islands and Guam.
[Ref: 18773]    £625.00 ($776 • €694 rates)


ANSON, George. [A buccaneer's chart of the Philippines]
A Chart of the Channel in the Philippine Islands through which Manila Galeon passes together with the adjacent Islands. London, 1748. Coloured. 710 x 535mm. Binding folds reinforced on verso, repaired tear at the top right in the sea area.
Anson's chart of the Philippines, engraved by Seale for the account of one of the last great buccaneering voyages, an official expedition to the South Seas to harass the Spanish bases, but, more importantly, plunder their shipping. One of their main targets was one of the richly laden Manila galleons that crossed between Mexico and the Philippines. A stroke of luck presented them with one laden with silver. On their return to London, thirty-two wagons were needed to transfer it to the Tower of London.
[Ref: 18287]    £1,250.00 ($1,553 • €1,388 rates)


BELLIN, Jacques-Nicolas. [Dutch edition of Bellin's view of Manila]
Ville de Manille. De Stad Manilha. Amsterdam: Pieter de Hondt & J. Roman, 1756. 250 x 290mm.
A view of Manila from the sea, engraved by Jacob van Schley for the Dutch edition of Abbé Antoine François Prévost d'Exiles's 'Histoire générale des voyages'. Engraved by Schley.
[Ref: 18751]    £500.00 ($621 • €555 rates)


ZATTA, Antonio. [18th century Italian map of the Philippines]
Isole Filippine. Venice, 1785. Original outline colour. 410 x 320mm. Slight printer's crease through map.
One of the most decorative and sought after antique map of the Philippines. Decorated wth a lLarge illustrated title cartouche in full colour, the map was published in Zatta's famous 'Altante Novissimo'.
[Ref: 18907]    £1,800.00 ($2,236 • €1,998 rates)


CASSINI, Giovanni Maria. [A scarce 18th century Italian map of the Philippines and Indonesia]
Le Isole della Sonda, Molucche, E Philippine. Rome, 1797. Original colour. 495 x 360mm.
A map of Indonesia and the Philippines, from the 'Nuovo Atlante Geografico Universale'. This atlas was a commercial failure, so few were printed.
[Ref: 18460]    £1,400.00 ($1,739 • €1,554 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 ($3,105 • €2,775 rates)


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