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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel. 1595. Copper engraved map of France [after Ioanne Ioliveto] from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29: 21 [9]; van.de. Broecke:34. Europe France Gallia Regni
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Ortelius, Abraham
Middle East: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map Persia, from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Good impression: paper evenly toned; Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29 109 [49]; van den Broecke:167. Middle East Persia Sophorum Imperium
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of the Duchy of Milan after Johannes Georgio Septalmediollanses from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Ships and monsters decorate the sea. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29 :74 [33];van den Broecke:125. Europe Italy Milan Mediolanum Mediolanensis
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of Piedmont from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. The map of shows the extent of Piedmont from the Alps in the North West and the coast from Monacco to beyond Genoa to Codemonte below the Appenines.; it also clearly shows the catchment area of the river Po. Good dark impression; crack in the plate at lower edge at longitude 29; centrefold split, repaired, and light stain to lower margin. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel. 1595. Copper engraved map of the Iberian Peninsular,Spain & Portugal from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Ships & monsters to sea. Good dark impression; smudge to lower left corner of blank margin; spot close to "Cartegena". Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort2916 [7]; van.de. Broecke:25. Europe Spain & Portugal Iberian Peninsular
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of ancient Europe from "The Parergon " of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Decorative cartouches; ships & monsters to sea. Good dark impression; wormhole [5mm]to lower centrefold within the printed area; lower right corner ,blank rrepaired. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29 B [26P];van den Broecke:189. Europe Europe Ancient Veterem
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved print of the vale of Tempe & Mount Olympus, Thessaly from "The Parergon " of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Good dark impression; light dampstaining to lower blank, margin, slightly darker at centrefold. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29 h [24P]; van den Broecke:231. Europe Greece Mount Olympus Tempe
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel. 1595. 3 copper engraved maps of: the bay & island of Cadiz, the area of Toledo and Guipuzcoa in the Basque country, Spain from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Map of Cadiz by Geo. Hoefnagel with decorative borders with birds & fruits, and 2 medallions with illustrations of Hercules. The two smaller maps above show the areas of Toledo and San Sebastian. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions un … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel. 1595. Copper engraved map of the Kingdom of Valencia,Spain from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Decorative cartouche; ships, one a large gallion to the sea. Good dark impression; wormhole [3mm] at lower centrefold ,within the cartouche 20mm above "ORIENS" Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-22 10:02:56
Ortelius, Abraham
Africa: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map Barbary Coast, North Africa from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. The map shows the North West coast of Africa, many towns are marked with comments. to the North the Eastern Mediterranean sea with part of the coast of Europe t with the Balearic islands , Corsica, Sardinia & Sicily ; ships and monsters to sea. Good impression: paper evenly toned; wormhole to centre fold [3mm] . Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who publishe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of Ancient Crete from "The Parergon " of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. The map shows Ancient Crete in the lower half with 3 smaller maps above of Corsica, the Ionian Islands & Sardina, in ancient times. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29 V [7P]; Zacherakis: 2504/1621; van den Broecke:217. Europe Greece Crete Ionian … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-21 19:53:16
Enguerrand de Monstrelet
Pierre Mettayer, Paris, 1595. Early Edition. Hardcover (Half Leather). Very Good Condition. 4 volumes bound in 2, rebound in modern half red leather over decorative paper in an antique style. Old library stamps to title, index and occasionally to the top right corner. Slight soiling to title, quite clean otherwise and an attractive and attractively printed copy. Monstrelet meant to carry on the work of Froissart, and extended the Chronicles from 1400-1444. Additions were pieced together and tacked onto the end of his work, extending it to 1515. Monstrelet, who was present when Joan of Arc was interrogated by Philip the Good, includes a great deal of primary source material that otherwise would have been lost to history. (12), 328, (3) leaves; (8), 195, (10), 130, 124, 10 leaves. Size: Folio. 4-volume set (complete). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: History; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044181. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of Italy of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Decorative map of the Italian peninsular and the Adriatic coast opposite, also showing Corsica and part of Sardinia. Ships, monsters and Poseidon with Amphitrite decorate the sea. Good dark impression; spotting, mainly to the blank margins; a few spots to image; old centrefod split with old repair, 13mm into image, minor loss by vignette of Posidon; upper corners torn not affecting the image. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plate … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel. 1595. Copper engraved map of Holland from of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. The title mentions that Holland was once the seat of the Caths; many ships decorate the sea; Shield surmounted by a crown depicting a lion. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29 44[19]; van.de. Broecke:79. Europe Benelux Holland
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of ancient Italy from "The Parergon " of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. The map is based upon Gastaldi's map of Italy, supplemented with classical sources. Signed and dated 1584. A rare map, occurring in 3 editions only Allegorical cartouche "Italia" with medallion surmounted by strange winged monsters. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Ortelius, Abraham
Turkey & Caucasus: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of the Eastern Mediterranean showing the travels of St.Paul from "The Parergon " of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. edition. 2 vignette scenes either side of title, at the top depicting the conversion of Paul on the road to Damascus & his shipwreck on Malta: 'Abrah. Ortelius describebat 1579', is engraved lower left. Biblical text below from 2 Corinthians .ships and monsters to the sea. Good dark impression; wormtrack [10mm] to centre fold within the biblical text; upper centrefold split with old repair. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel. 1595. Copper engraved map of Zealand, Netherlands, after Jacob van Deventer, from of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. The sea is decorated with ships and an illustation of Poseidon riding a large fish. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29 43[18]; van.de. Broecke:78. Europe Benelux Zealand Zealandia
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Ortelius, Abraham
Africa: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of Abyssinia or the mythical empire of Prester John from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Decorative cartouches; ships and monsters to sea; elephants within the body of the country. Good impression: paper evenly toned; wormhole to centre fold [5mm] by Fungi and the lake gf Zaflan ; spot to centre fold above "D" of "MERIDES". Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt: 3; .Koem … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel. 1595. Copper engraved map of Portugal from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Ships & monsters to the sea. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29 17 [8]; van.de. Broecke:26. Europe Spain & Portugal Portugal Lusitania
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel. 1595. Copper engraved map of part of Andaluzia, Spain from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. The map focuses on the area surrounding Seville; sea battle off Cadiz; fish & monsters. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29 18 [74]; van.de. Broecke:28. Europe Spain & Portugal Andalusia Hispalensis Conventus
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of Ancient Greece according to the description of Sophiani from "The Parergon " of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. The map shows Ancient Greece and her colonies, according to the description of Nikolaos Sophianos. Based upon Nikolaus Sophianos' map of Greece around 1540 which appears in Nicolai Gerbelji "In Descriptio Graciae Sophiani Prefatio " published by Johannes Oporinus in Basel in 1545 as an eight block woodcut map, and in 1552 as a four sheet engraved map. Good dark impression; a few light spots to engraved area. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of Crete and Islands of the Archipelago from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. In the upper half of the map is Crete, withthe small islands of" Falconera "& "Plana"added in the top border ; below 10 small maps of : Mytilene, Kythera, Karpathos ,Naxos, Santorini, Milos, Limnos, Euboea, Rhodos & Chios. Good dark impression; evenly toned; printers crease . Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editio … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Ortelius, Abraham
Americas.: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel. 1595. Copper engraved map showing Cuba, Hispaniola and the surrounding islands , including the tip of Florida, with above a map of Culcanea , south western coast of Mexico from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Decorative cartouche ; gallion to sea. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt; 3; .Koeman:Ort29/ 8; van den Broecke:14a,b. Americas. Cuba & Mexico Cuba Hisp … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of Greece after Jacob Gastaldi from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Good dark impression. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt :3; .Koeman: Ort29 91 [40] Zacherakis: 2485/1610; van den Broecke:146. Europe Greece Gastaldi
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Ortelius, Abraham
Americas.: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel. 1595. 3 copper engraved maps to 1 plate showing; Florida, South Eastern coast of Mexico & Peru from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Gallions to sea. Good dark impression: small wormhole to lower centre fold between the maps not affecting printed area. Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Van de Krogt: 3; . Koeman; Ort29/9; van den Broecke:103a,15b,c. Americas. Florida, Peru Guastecan Eastern Me … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Ortelius, Abraham
Asia: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map Tartary, showing Japan & the West Coast of America, from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. Decorative cartouches, figure of Magni Cham within the map; a wealth of information given about the various Kingdoms & discoveries. "This is a very early depiction of the northern Pacific. Its main feature is the STRETTO DI ANIAN. This increased the public awareness of the 1561 Giacomo Gastaldi theory of a strait between the continents of Asia and America. At its southern entrance an enlarged Japan dominates, below which a note states that a large amount of the information in Asia emanates from the writings of Marco Polo. The west coast of North America differs from his map of America in that the peninsula is broader, some different names appear, and others are lacking." (Burden) Good impression: paper evenly toned; Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-20 20:25:49
Ortelius, Abraham
Europe: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "ex Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn Christoffel.. 1595. Copper engraved map of the Roman Empire according to the description of Ammianus Marcellinus from "The Parergon " of Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1595 edition; black & white. Latin text to verso. The map is adorned with various decorative cartouches, featuring two portraits of Romulus & Remus. The cartouches in the lower section of the map contain an account of Ancient Roman history including a detailed genealogical tree of the rulers of Rome. This is the second plate with a quote from Vitruvius along the top. Good dark impression; spot by left portrait; light dampstaining to lower blank, margin; rust hole [6mm] at centre fold above "Cyrene" Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-17 21:14:00
MONTAIGNE, Michel de
Paris Chez Michel Sonnius. The Definitive Edition and First Folio Edition MONTAIGNE, Michel de. Les Essais.Edition nouvelle, trouvee apres le deceds de l'Autheur, reveue & augmentee par luy d'un tiers plus qu'aux precedentes Impressions. Paris: chez Michel Sonnius, 1595. The Definitive edition and the first folio edition. Folio. [24], 523, [1 blank], 231, [1 errata] pp. Modern maroon morocco. Morocco spine label, raised bands, old gilt edges. Contents skillfully washed and sized, a few marginal tears not affecting text, some scattered pencil marginalia. A very good copy. This edition, edited by the French bluestocking Marie de Jars, Demoiselle de Gournay (1566-1645), has some claim to be the definitive edition of Montaigne's Essais. Mlle de Gournay, who as a very young girl had travelled to Paris to meet her intellectual hero, was Montaigne's adopted daughter. After Montaigne's death, his widow presented Mlle de Gournay with the philosopher's copiously annotated copy of the 1588 edition of his Essais, the last issued during his lifetime and the first to include the third book. Having inserted Montaigne's additions, marked the alterations, and translated all the quotations, Mlle de Gournay sent the proofs to Bordeaux, where the poet Pierre de Brach collated them against another copy with Montaigne's annotations deposited in the convent of the Feuillants in Bordeaux. "The edition thus produced in 1595 has with justice passed as the standard, even in preference to those which appeared in the author's lifetime" (Ency. Brit.). Copies were also issued with the imprint of Abel l'A … [Click Below for Full Description]
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