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  ASIA 
 Far East 

CLUVER, Philip. [17th century miniature map of the East Indies]
India Orientalis Nova. Amsterdam, 1659. Old colour. Sheet 130 x 135mm.
Scarce miniature map of the East Indies, with Australia shown as mapped by Abel Tasman and other Dutch explorers over a century before Cook. From "Philippi Cluverii introductionis in universam geographiam tam veterem quam novam libri vi Tabulis aeneis illustrari. Accessit P. Bertii breviarium orbis terrarum"
[Ref: 18843]    £650.00 ($826 • €737 rates)


BLOME, Richard. [The first folio map of Tartary engraved in England]
A General Mapp of the Kingdoms of Tartaria. Designed by Monsieur Sanson, Geographer to the French King, and Rendred into English by Rick: Blome: by his Ma.tys Especiall Command. London, 1670. 265 x 400mm. A very fine impression.
A scarce map of Tartary, engraved by Thomas Burnford and published in Blome's 'Geographical Description of the Four Parts of the World'. It shows from the Caspian Sea east to the Great Wall of China. Blome financed his publications by selling space on his maps for the armorials of subscribers: here we have a dedication to Roger Vaughan (1641-72) of Bredwardine and Moccas. 'Flagellum Parliamentarium: Being Sarcastic Notices of Nearly Two Hundred Members of the First Parliament after the Restoration' describes Vaughan as ‘A pitiful pimping bedchamber-man to his Highness, and Captain of a foot Company’ (Charles II. He was killed at the naval Battle of Sole Bay, leaving his estate deep in debt.
[Ref: 15176]    £350.00 ($445 • €397 rates)


MALLET, Alain Manesson. [Miniature map of the East Indies]
Isles de la Sonde vers l'Occident Paris, 1682. Coloured. 115 x 150mm.
Miniature map showing the western Sunda Islands, the Malay peninsula and the southern part of Indochina (from Cambodia to Singapore). It includes Java, Sumatra & Borneo. Published in Mallet's 'Description de l'Univers '.
[Ref: 17533]    £180.00 ($229 • €204 rates)


MALLET, Alain Manesson. [East Indies]
Inde. Paris, 1683. Coloured. 140 x 100mm.
India, Indochina and western Indonesia, published in the 'Description de l'Univers'.
[Ref: 8772]    £110.00 ($140 • €125 rates)


FER, Nicolas de. [18th Century French map of the East Indies]
Les Indes Orientales sous le Nom de queles est compris L'Empire du Grand Mogol, Les Deux Presqu'Isles Deca et de la Le Gange, Les Maldives, et L'Isle de Ceylan. Paris, Danet, 1721. Original outline colour. 620 x 480mm. A fine example
De Fer's large map of the East Indies, showing India, the Malay Peninsula with Singapore, Sumatra and Indo-China to Hainan. This example was published by Danet, de Fer's son-in-law and successor.
[Ref: 13696]    £1,200.00 ($1,525 • €1,361 rates)


SEUTTER, Matthäus. [The Far East, with an elaborate title cartouche]
India Orientalis cum Adjacentibus Insulis Nova Delineatione ob oculos posita. Augsburg, c.1730. Original colour. 490 x 575mm.
Decorative map of south-east Asia from India to the southern coastline of Japan. To the south is the northern coasline of Australia, still connected to New Guinea by Carpentaria, with over thirty named features. The elaborate title cartouche has two themes: on the left is a missionary converting the natives; on the right are more natives offering exotic gifts such as ivory and coral as tribute to a personification of Europe, whilst Neptune gestures to the sea signifying European domination of it.
[Ref: 18108]    £1,400.00 ($1,779 • €1,588 rates)


TIRION, Isaak. [18th century Italian map of The East Indies]
Nuova, et Accurata Carta dell' Isola Filippine, Ladrones, e Moluccos, o Isole delle Speziarie come anco Celebes &c. Venice, Albrizzi, 1740. Coloured. 300 x 335mm.
The East Indies from Philippines south to New Guinea and Timor. Albrizzi was the first publisher to issue Tirion's maps: Tirion's own atlas was issued in Amsterdam in 1744.
[Ref: 19420]    £320.00 ($407 • €363 rates)


HOMANN HEIRS. [Two-sheet 18th Century map of India & the Far East]
Carte des Indes Orientales... Nuremberg, 1748. Original colour with additions. Two sheets conjoined , total 520 x 890mm.
Larger than the standard Homann format, this map shows the Far East from India and the Maldives to the Philippines and the uncertain coastlines of New Guinea. The title is within a fine martial cartouche, representing the stuggles of the European powers for control in the area. The map is dedicated to William IV, Prince of Orange-Nassau (1711-51), a Director-General of the Dutch East India Company and son-in-law of George II of Great Britain.
[Ref: 11459]    £1,200.00 ($1,525 • €1,361 rates)


ZATTA, Antonio. [18th century four-sheet map of the East Indies]
Indie Orientali di Quà e di la Dal Gange col Loro Arcipelago. Venice, c.1784. Original colour. Four sheets, each 325 x 420mm.
A four-sheet map of south-east Asia, showing Afghanistan, India and the Maldives in the west, Indochina, the Philippines and Indonesia in the east.
[Ref: 9423]    £725.00 ($921 • €822 rates)


ZATTA, Antonio. [Chinese Tartary and Korea]
La Tartaria Chinese. Venice, 1784. Original outline colour. 325 x 420mm.
Eighteenth century Italian map of the Far East, covering parts of China, Korea, Mongolia and the Japanese island of Hokkaido ('Jeso-Gasima'), then unmapped by the West.
[Ref: 18969]    £250.00 ($318 • €284 rates)


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