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Included in this section are maps that cover large portions of Europe that do not specifically belong in any other section.


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 Abraham Ortelius, c.1574, Europae. Expressive later color, about 12 by 18 1/4 inches. This is a classic map of Europe. The map is in excellent condition and will be outstanding when framed.  There were an estimated 4275 copies printed of which only 58 are in circulation today.  $3,500


Abraham Ortelius, c. 1584, Romani Imperii Imago. Very handsomely colored, about 13 1/2 by 19 1/2 inches. A classic map of the ancient Roman Empire with excellent detail. One of the most decorative maps he published in his world atlas. Includes six decorative strap work cartouches and a stippled sea.  Ortelius is recognized as a genius in the field of cartography and this map reflects his ability. About 2675 were printed of which it is estimated that only about 200 to 300 survive.  $2500


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 Abraham Ortelius, 1624, Europani Celticam Veterem. Old original color, about 14 by 18 3/4 inches. A classic map of the ancient Celtic Empire with excellent detail. This is a very rare map.  Less than 60 exist. This will be a real treasure when framed. Please note that the glare on the image is due to the protective plastic cover over the map. $1,750


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 Abraham Ortelius, c.1612, Argonautica. Expressive later color, about 13 1/2 by 19 1/2 inches. This is a classic map of the ancient Argonautic Empire.  The map beautifully details the Eastern Mediterranean region and includes insets of Thessalia, Marmora and Europe. When the map was originally printed there were 2650 copies, today there are less than 55 available.  Please note that the glare on the image is due to the protective plastic cover over the map. $1,450


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 Abraham Ortelius, c.1624, Aenaeae Troiani Navigatio. Original bright color, about 13 1/4 by 19 1/2 inches. This is a wonderful map of the Eastern Mediterranean. Originally there were 3400 printed, today there are less than 40. This is a very rare map that will be outstanding when framed.  $1,200


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   Robert du Vaugondy, (1752) 1757, Imperium Caroli Magini Occidentis Imperatorus. Outline color, about 18 3/4 by 21 inches. A handsome map of one of Europe's great ancient empires. Provides excellent information about cities, towns, rivers and mountains. The map is of particular interest to those with an interest in history. It includes a large decorative title cartouche and a set of scales. A wonderful map in original condition for the serious collector and decorator. $200


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Samuel Augustus Mitchell, 1860, South Eastern Europe. Colored, about 11 1/2 by 14 inches, Detailed map showing Turkey in Europe, the Austrian Empire, and Italy.  Shows landforms, cities, towns, rails including plans of unfinished rails. Decorative floral border. $65  


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S. A. Mitchell, 1860, Europe showing Gt. Political Divisions. Colored, about 13 1/2 by 10 1/2 inches. A handsome county map with a decorative "flower" border. Shows rails, roads, cities, towns and landforms. $65

 


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A.J. Johnson, c.1864, Europe. Fully colored, about17 by 23 inches. A detailed map showing countries, cities and towns. Also includes a decorative border. $65

 


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A.J. Johnson, c.1862, The Roman Empire. Fully colored, about 23 by 17 inches. A detailed map showing countries, cities and towns. Also includes a decorative border. $60

 


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A.J. Johnson, c.1864, South East Europe. Fully colored, about 23 by 17 inches. A detailed map showing countries, cities and towns. Also includes a decorative border. $85

 

 


George Cram, 1890, Europe. Printed color, about 9 3/4 by 12 3/4 inches. A detailed, attractive map of Europe showing the country boundaries of the time. Attractive. Shows cities, towns, landforms and rivers. $30