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Blaeu ,Guiljelm
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the region of Lusatia Superior, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map shows the region of Upper Lusatia , whisch stretches across part of Saxony, Polish Silesia and Bohemia, The map is focused on the city of Gorlitz from where its author worked. Decorative title cartouche and coat of arms. Original colour;spotting and paint splodges to margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Ter … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Joh.et Cornel
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Glatz, Lower Silesia from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche and scale. Original colour; spotting to blank margins, one spot to image near the town of Brauna just above scale; light toning to lower left corner Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first publishe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljelimus.after Gerard Mercatore
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Argow and the lakes of Zurichgow after Mercator, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Original colour;printed crooked on the page; light toning; spot to blank margin and lower right corner of sheet torn. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljelimus
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Zurichgow and the province of Basle, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Original colour; light toning. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljemus
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the river Elbe from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's"Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map which is in two strips one above the other, shows the course of river Elbe . The upper map focuses on the area around Hamburg with the islands that are surrounding it within the Elbe; the lower map shows the continued course of the river out to the sea. Decorative cartouche and coat of arms, compass rose and ships to sea on to lower map; scale and armorial shield to upper map. Original colour. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town boo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljemus
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the Archbishopric of Magdeburg from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's"Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative allegorical cartouche, of Ceres with a cornucopia of fruits. Original colour; blank margins spotted and toned. . Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (prefa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljemus
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Waldeck from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche surmounted by coat of arms. Original colour; paper lightly toned; a few spots to blank margins; slight creasing at centrefold. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 163 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Guiljelm
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the Palatinate of the Rhine, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map shows the valley of the Rhine; the cities of Mainz, Francfurt, Worms Spier And Heidelberg, Large coat of arms and flag held by a cherub above the scale. Original colour;paint spots to blank margins; bottom left corner creased. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great proje … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljemus
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Herschfeldt from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche surmounted by coat of arms and putti. Original colour; paper lightly toned to margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two vol … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljemus
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the Duchy of Westphalia from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche ; armorial shields to body of map, Original colour; paper lightly toned; a few spots to blank margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (pref … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljelm
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Mansfeld from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche surrounde by putti; coat of arms. Original colour. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising agai … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Joh. et Cornelius
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the bishopric of Trier/Trevesfrom volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map shows the course of the Moselle river and the surrounding area including Luxembourg. Decorative title cartouche surmounted by bishops mitre and coat of arms, the archbishop standing toone side ; armorial shields to body of map. Original colour; blank margins slightly soiled with 3 spots at extreme lower edge. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljemus
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map o the Bishopric of Munster from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche. Original colour; paper lightly toned. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljelimum
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Styria/ Steiermark, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Original colour; paint spots to blank margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljelimus
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Denmark from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche and coat of arms. Original colour; printers crease flattened causing loss of printed area close to centrefold [180 mm] up to "Z "of Zeeland. one dark spot to sea near at left; other tiny spots to Baltic sea; some soiling to blank margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's grea … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljelm
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Alsace, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " three page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche surmounted by coat of arms. Original colour; two sheets joined; folded. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edit … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljelimus
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Rhaetia after Cluverius, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map shows the Roman province of Rhaetia the high Alps and the border with Italy, with Lake Como at the lower edge. Decorative title cartouche with allegorical figures of the Rhine and Inn rivers, with Christ and a Roman legionary. Dedication to Hadrian Pauw. Original colour; light toning and few spots to blank margins; printers crease to left margin Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works un … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljemus
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Hessen from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche and scale ,both surrounded by hunters; two large coats of arms to upper right corner ; armorial shields [one uncoloured] to body of map. Original colour; paper lightly toned to margins, rust spot to lower left above scale; a few patches of light foxing mainly to left half of map,near scale and title. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljem
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the Duchy of Mecklenburg from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's"Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative cartouche and scale, coat of arms; compass rose and ships to sea. Original colour. . Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final editio … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Nassau, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche and coat of arms. Original colour; rust spot near the town of Dillenburg; lower right corner of blank margin torn off. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (prefa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Hildesheim from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's"Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative cartouche; coat of arms and armorial sheilds to body of map. Original colour; blank margins lightly soiled. . Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) tw … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljemum et Joannem
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the Duchy of Mecklenburg from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's"Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative cartouche, surmounted by coat of arms; armorial shields of Brandenburg, Pomerania & Mecklenburg to body of map; scale with putti; compass roses & ships to sea. Original colour; blank margins slightly soiled and toned. . Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlargin … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Franconia from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche. Original colour; paper lightly toned; a few spots to blank margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edit … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljelimus
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Austria,after Wolfgang Lazio, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map shows the Danube valley with Vienna prominent. Decorative cartouches; coat of arms and armorial shields in body of map. Original colour; a few spots to blank margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu, Guiljem
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Pomerania from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's"Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative cartouche and scale; coat of arms ,compasses roses and ships to Baltic sea. Original colour; lightly toned; paint(/) smudge to cartouch; spot to upper blank margin. . Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the Crimea and Ukraine from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map after Mercator shows the Crimean Peninsular on the Black Sea with the land now Ukraine and part of Asia minor. Original colour; light toning mainly to margins; spots to blank margins; creases at centrefold and slight loss of surface due to adhesion. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Bla … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Engraved map of southeast Europa encompassing Walachia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Rumania. 34,5x46,5 cm. With a decorative cartouche with arms and flags. No printing place or date. Edge reinforced. Bottom margin slightly torn. . * Probably by Bleau, Amsterdam 1647, based upon the work of Mercator. 15050628
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Blaeu, Guiljelm
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the area around Nuremberg, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map shows the territory of Nuremberg, with an inset town plan of the city Decorative title cartouche, surmounted by a trumpeting angel and coat of arms, decorated with tools and musical instruments. Dedication cartouche to upper left corner. Bright original colour. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of East Friesland from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche; 2 coats of arms to upper corners ; insert map showing the inundations of the city of Emden on December 25th 1277, with decorative frame surmounted by Poseidon and dolphins. Original colour; light toning; tear /paper fault [approx 24mm] upper left outside inset map, repaired to verso; light scattered spotting to blank margins, one larger rust spot lower right near inset map. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town boo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the Bishopric of Paderborn from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche ; Armorial shields to body of map, Original colour; paper lightly toned; a few spots to blank margins; printers creases to upper and lower blank margins and near centre fold. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was adve … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Saxonia from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative titleBanner across the top of the map. The map shows the area of Halle, Leipsig and Meissen with Prague and part of Bohemia. Original colour; short centrefold split at lower edge [repaired]. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, wa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Cologne from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche; armorial shields to body of map. Original colour; lightly toned; paint smudge to lower right corner. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-163 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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* Probably by Bleau, Amsterdam 1647, based upon the work of Mercator. Engraved map of southeast Europa encompassing Walachia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Rumania. 34,5x46,5 cm. With a decorative cartouche with arms and flags. No printing place or date. Edge reinforced. Bottom margin slightly torn. .
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Blaeu, Guiljelm
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Schwaben,, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche. Original colour; light spotting to margins, paint spots to verso. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final editi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the Duchies of Jülich/ Juliers & Berg, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche, tiltle in Latin and Dutch; Inset vignette with coats of arms held by a putti. Original colour; light foxing to blank margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published i … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the Duchy of Holstein from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's"Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative Map showing the Duchy of Holstein and part of Schleswig in Denmark; inset maps to upper corners; to the left "Alluvies prope Detzbul" showing the small islands of Detzbul, marked with letters on the main map; to the right, the inset map is entitled:" Tabula Barmerensis, Meggerensis et Noort Staeplerensismaris.." giving an enlarged view of the lakes of Stapelholm. Compass roses to both the North & Baltic seas, extensive sandbanks shown off the coast in the North sea. Original colour;blank margins slightly soiled with a scattering of spots; light toning to North Sea. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-01 13:53:13
Blaeu, Guiljelimus
World Celestial & Curiosities: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved decorative title page from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " single page; folio. Decorative allegorical title page the four central figures represent the continents (Asia, Europe, America and Africa from left to right). At the top center is a large armillary sphere flanked by Apollo with his lyre, Juno with the Milky Way flowing from her breasts, and geographers with their students perusing celestial and terrestrial globes. Around them are representations of the four elements: air, fire, earth and water. Attached letterpress title. Bright original colour; some soiling ; knicks to edges;Upper right corner missing and replaced withold paper; creases. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime carto … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery [GRC]
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2017-05-01 13:29:36
VALERIUS MAXIMUS.
Amsterdam (Amstelodami), Apud Ioannem Ianssonium, 1647. 12mo. (XII),486,(26 index) p. Modern calf 14 cm (Ref: Schweiger 2,1110; Graesse 6/2,245) (Details: 20th century new binding, antique style. Back with three raised bands. Gilt short title in second compartment. Marbled endpapers. Engraved title: a woman holding in her hands a balance scale and reins. Woodcut initials. Edges of the book-block dyed blue) (Condition: Back spotted. Title page thumbed. Lower margin of the blank front flyleaf damaged. A few small wormholes in the lower margin of the title page, outside the engraving. Two small wormholes near the gutter of the first 3 leaves, nibling at a few letters) (Note: The Roman historian Valerius Maximus, who lived during the reign of the emperor Tiberius, composed a manual of illustrative examples for rhetoricians, the Factorum ac dictorum memorabilium libri IX. 'The subject-matter of the nine books has no clearly defined plan, but is divided under headings, mostly moral or philosophical in character (e.g. Omens, Moderation, Gratitude, Chastity, Cruelty), which are usually illustrated by Roman (domestica) and foreign (externa) examples. (.) The work is shallow, sententious, and bombastic, full of the boldest metaphor and rhetorical artifices of the Silver Age. (.) Yet the variety and convenience of the compilation ensured some measure of success in antiquity, and considerably more in the Middle Ages'. (OCD 2nd ed. 1106) Medieval education drew heavily from classical authors, for pagan learning was necessary for understanding the Scripture. The focus often was on memori … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2017-05-01 11:06:52
Sumpt. Haer. Bernardi Gualteri, 1647. Cm. 16, pp. (24) 876 (50). Con frontespizio interamente figurato. Bella legatura ottocentesca in piena pelle rossa con ricche decorazioni in oro a piatti e dorso, tagli dorati. Solo il frontespizio abilmente controfondato, peraltro esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2017-05-01 11:06:52
Biblia latina
Bernhard Walter (auch Wolter) Erben (Haer. Bernardi Gualteri et Sociorum), Köln, 1647. 8°. Wohl 3. Druck der Oktavausgabe bei Walter (Gualterus) in Köln (vorher 1630 und 1638)., 12 Bll. (inkls. gest. Titel), 876 S., 26 Bll. (letztes Blatt weiss). Pergament der Zeit mit Resten von Stoffschliessenbändern. Mit gest. Titel. Einband etwas fleckig; von den Stoffschliessenbändern sind nur noch geringe Reste vorhanden; Bezug des vorderen Innendeckels (Spiegel) fleckig, beschabt und mit einigen kleineren Fehlstellen; gest. Titel angestaubt, etwas fleckig und mit Randläsuren (Randfehlstellen, Ausschnitt am Fuß - kein Bild- oder Textverlust) - gest. Titel auf altem Papier aufgezogen; erstes Textblatt etwas angerändert; häufiger etwas wasserfleckig oder wasserrandig (einige Bll. auch stärker); erste Bll. mit kleinem, schwachen Moderfleck im Fußsteg; Papier etwas wellig; gering stockfleckig und gebräunt; teils kleine Knickspuren in den Ecken; 2 alte Einträge auf dem vorderen Innendeckel, Reste von 2 alten Besitzvermerken auf dem gest. Titel. Zweispaltiger Druck in einer winzigen Antiquatype - mit eingedruckter Reglierung. Nicht im VD17 (dort nur die Ausgaben von 1630 und 1638). 1100 Gramm.
Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Aachen, Germany]
2017-05-01 06:32:04
Blaeu, Willem (1571-1638) und Jan (1596-1673) Blaeu
original altkolorierte Kupferstich Karte von Blaeu - aus: Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Amsterdam, 1647. -- original copper-engraved map by Blaeu from 1647 -- carta geografica dell Atlas di J. Blaeu pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1647. -- gut erhalten / very good condition. -- Blatt-Masse: ca. 60 x 50 cm.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH
2017-05-01 06:32:04
Blaeu, Willem (1571-1638) und Jan (1596-1673) Blaeu
"Territorio di Pavia, Lodi, Novarra, Tortona, Alessandria et altri vicini dello Stato di Milano" - original altkolorierte Kupferstich Karte von Blaeu - aus: Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Amsterdam, 1647. -- original copper-engraved map by Blaeu from 1647 -- carta geografica dell Atlas di J. Blaeu pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1647. -- mit teils hinterlegtem Randeinriss am unteren Außenrand außerhalb des Bildes, sonst gut erhalten / with partially backed marginal tear on bottom margin outside of image, otherwise in good condition. -- Blatt-Masse: ca. 60 x 50 cm.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH
2017-05-01 06:32:04
Blaeu, Willem (1571-1638) und Jan (1596-1673) Blaeu:
Amsterdam, Blaeu, 1647. original altkolorierte Kupferstich Karte von Blaeu - aus: Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Amsterdam, 1647. -- original copper-engraved map by Blaeu from 1647 -- carta geografica dell Atlas di J. Blaeu pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1647. -- entlang des Mittelbugs mit alter Knickfalte, sonst gut erhalten / good condition. -- Blatt-Masse: ca. 60 x 50 cm. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH [Seubersdorf, Germany]
2017-05-01 06:32:04
Blaeu, Willem (1571-1638) und Jan (1596-1673) Blaeu:
Amsterdam, Blaeu 1647. original altkolorierte Kupferstich Karte von Blaeu - aus: Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Amsterdam, 1647. -- original copper-engraved map by Blaeu from 1647 -- carta geografica dell Atlas di J. Blaeu pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1647. -- gut erhalten / very good condition. -- Blatt-Masse: ca. 60 x 50 cm. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel
2017-05-01 06:32:04
Blaeu, Willem (1571-1638) und Jan (1596-1673) Blaeu:
Amsterdam, Blaeu 1647. original altkolorierte Kupferstich Karte von Blaeu - aus: Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Amsterdam, 1647. -- original copper-engraved map by Blaeu from 1647 -- carta geografica dell Atlas di J. Blaeu pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1647. -- im Außenrand leicht fleckig, sonst gut erhalten / slightly stained in outer margins, otherwise in good condition. -- Blatt-Masse: ca. 60 x 50 cm. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel
2017-05-01 06:32:04
Blaeu, Willem (1571-1638) und Jan (1596-1673) Blaeu
original altkolorierte Kupferstich Karte von Blaeu - aus: Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Amsterdam, 1647. -- original copper-engraved map by Blaeu from 1647 -- carta geografica dell Atlas di J. Blaeu pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1647. -- im Außenrand leicht fleckig, sonst gut erhalten / slightly stained in outer margins, otherwise in good condition. -- Blatt-Masse: ca. 60 x 50 cm.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH
2017-05-01 06:32:04
Blaeu, Willem (1571-1638) und Jan (1596-1673) Blaeu:
Amsterdam, Blaeu 1647. original altkolorierte Kupferstich Karte von Blaeu - aus: Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Amsterdam, 1647. -- original copper-engraved map by Blaeu from 1647 -- carta geografica dell Atlas di J. Blaeu pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1647. -- entlang des Mittelbugs mit alter Knickfalte, sonst gut erhalten / good condition. -- Blatt-Masse: ca. 60 x 50 cm. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel
2017-05-01 06:32:04
Blaeu, Willem (1571-1638) und Jan (1596-1673) Blaeu:
Amsterdam, Blaeu 1647. original altkolorierte Kupferstich Karte von Blaeu - aus: Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Amsterdam, 1647. -- original copper-engraved map by Blaeu from 1647 -- carta geografica dell Atlas di J. Blaeu pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1647. -- gut erhalten / very good condition. -- Blatt-Masse: ca. 60 x 50 cm. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel
2017-05-01 06:32:04
Blaeu, Willem (1571-1638) und Jan (1596-1673) Blaeu:
Amsterdam, Blaeu 1647. \"Territorio di Pavia, Lodi, Novarra, Tortona, Alessandria et altri vicini dello Stato di Milano\" - original altkolorierte Kupferstich Karte von Blaeu - aus: Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Amsterdam, 1647. -- original copper-engraved map by Blaeu from 1647 -- carta geografica dell Atlas di J. Blaeu pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1647. -- mit teils hinterlegtem Randeinriss am unteren Außenrand außerhalb des Bildes, sonst gut erhalten / with partially backed marginal tear on bottom margin outside of image, otherwise in good condition. -- Blatt-Masse: ca. 60 x 50 cm. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel
2017-04-30 15:57:39
Blaeu, Guiljelm
Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Cleves and Ravenstein from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map shows the border region of Germany and the Netherlands, with the cities of Emerich, Rees and Wessel in Germany and Nimingen, Grave and Venlo in the Netherlands. Decorative title cartouche and armorial shields[ one empty]. Original colour; blank margins lightly toned; 2 spots to upper left corner of map. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "T … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery [GRC]
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