INDEX

Singapore

The first European map of Singapore

DE BRY, Theodore.

Contrafactur des Scharmutz els der Hollender.
Frankfurt, 1603. 330 x 255mm.

Stock ID : 23471

£6,500

One of the first views of Singapore by a professional artist

DANIELL, William.

View of Singapore Town & Harbour taken from the Government Hill.
London: John Murray, 1830. Aquatint, 275 x 840mm.

Stock ID : 20043

£4,000

A detailed sea chart of Singapore

BRITISH ADMIRALTY.

Singapore Road. Principally from a Survey by Lieut. & Comm.r H.P. Douglas, R.N., and the Officers of H.M. Surveying Ship ''Waterwitch", 1909. With Aditions from Admiralty Surveys to 1924.
London: 1925-1931. Touches of original colour. 1170 x 710mm.

Stock ID : 22931

£3,000

A detailed sea chart of the Singapore Strait

BRITISH ADMIRALTY.

Singapore Strait. Compiled from the latest information in the Hydrographic Department to 1921.
London: 1914-31. Touches of original colour. 715 x 1400mm.

Stock ID : 22929

£2,600

A detailed sea chart of Keppel Harbour, Singapore

BRITISH ADMIRALTY.

Singapore. Keppel Harbour. Principally from Admiralty Surveys 1891-1924.
London: 1893-1931. Touches of original colour. 700 x 1025mm.

Stock ID : 22930

£2,500

Scarce town plan of Singapore in the 1950s

FEDERATION OF MALAYA SURVEY DEPT.

City of Singapore.
Malaya, c.1953. Lithograph, printed in red and black. Sheet 720 x 495mm.

Stock ID : 23955

£1,200

An important sea chart of the environs of Singapore

APRÈS DE MANNEVILLETTE, Jean Baptiste d'.

Nouvelle Carte des Mers Comprises entre le Détroit de Banca et P.o Timon, avec la partie Orientale du Détroit de Malac.
Paris, c.1775. 515 x 680mm.

Stock ID : 19834

£1,200

Sea chart of the South China Sea

DE LORENZO, J.

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.

Stock ID : 12457

£750

A 16th century miniature map of the Malay Peninsula

LANGENES, Barent.

Malacca.
Amsterdam, Cornelis Claez, 1599, Dutch text edition. 85 x 125mm, with letterpress surtitle and pagination.

Stock ID : 21268

£300