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In addition to the maps shown, we have a large selection of Ortelius maps relating to regions in Germany.  Please inquire.  We also have many other maps so please inquire if you have a special are of interest not shown.


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Abraham Ortelius, 1573, Bavariae Olim Vindeliciae Delineationis Con Pendivm.  Original color, about 15 by 19 1/2.  A map of Bavaria in excellent detail. Includes two decorative strap-work cartouches, a decorative border, and a scale. Very handsome. Very few remain.  $1200


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 Abraham Ortelius, 1574, Germania.  Colored, about 14 1/2 by 19 3/4.  A classic map of "modern" Germany with excellent detail. Includes three decorative strap-work cartouches, a decorative border, and a stipled sea with a very large ship. Very handsome. Ortelius is recognized as a genius in the field of cartography and this map reflects his ability. About 7300 were printed of which it is estimated that only about 200 to 300 of this edition survive. $1,300


Abraham Ortelius, 1579, Saxoniae, Misniae, Thvringiae, Nova  Exactissimaq Desccriptio.  Original color, about 13 by 19 1/2 inches.   A map which extends frpm the border of Silesia and Bohemia to the Weser river and encompasses Thuringa, the lower half of Saxony and Lusatia in excellent detail.  Includes a decorative strap-work cartouche, a scale cartouche on a ribbon and a decorative border. Very handsome. Very few remain.  $350

We also have an uncolored map available.  $350


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Abraham Ortelius, 1580, Frisia Orientalis.  Later hand color, about 14 3/4 by 19 1/2.  A map detailing the north east section of upper Westphalia  (Niederachsen), Germany (East Friesland).  Includes a decorative strap-work cartouche, an inset of Emden and vicinity and a couple in traditional dress. Very handsome. There are estimated to be only 144 loose copies of this map in circulation. The glare on the image is due to the protective cover over the map. $850


Abraham Ortelius, 1601, Mansfeldiae Comitatvs Descriptio.  Uncolored, about 14 1/2 by 17 inches.  A map of central Saxony with Mansfeld at center and showing the area around Mansfeld  extending to Bernburg in the north and Freyburg in the south, which is on the Thuringa border, in excellent detail.  Includes a small title decorative title cartouche and a decorative border. Handsome. few remain.  $400


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    Abraham Ortelius, 1612, Prvssiae.  Attractively colored and measuring about 14 1/2 by 18 1/2 inches.  A beautiful map of Prussia including part of Poland. This is a very detailed handsome map in excellent condition. $900

 


Abraham Ortelius, 1590, Pomeraniae. Uncolored and measures about 6 1/4  by 19 1/2 inches. A classic map of ancient Pomeraniae.  Includes a decorative strap work cartouche with the title in handsome calligraphy. Cities, towns, rivers, oceans, forests, and landforms are nicely drawn.  This is a wonderful map of an important region of Germany.  It will be outstanding when framed.  $250 


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Abraham Ortelius, 1603, Westphaliae.  Old original color, about 13 3/4 by 19 3/4.  This is a very attractive map detailing Westphalia.  Interestingly, east is on top.  There are less than 125 copies in circulation.  Please note that the glare on the image is due to the protective plastic cover over the map.  $1,100


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Abraham Ortelius, 1606, Germaniae Veteris Typus. Full hand color, about 14  by 16 inches. A classic map of ancient Germany with excellent detail. Includes four decorative strap-work cartouches and a stippled sea. Very handsome. Ortelius is recognized as a genius in the field of cartography and this map reflects his ability. About 3300 were printed of which it is estimated that only about 200 to 300 survive. $950


Jan Jansson, 1606, Germaniae Veteris Nova Defcriptio. Original hand color, about 15  by 19 inches. A classic map of ancient Germany with excellent detail. Includes two decorative strap-work cartouches and an attractive compass rose. This map is a ater publication of the Ortelius map, Germaniae Veteris Typus.  $550~


Jan Jansson, c. 1650, Clivia Dvcatvs st Ravestein Dominivm. Original hand color, about 15 by 19 1/2 inches. A detailed map of the border between Holland and Germany. Includes an attractive title strap-work cartouche, a beautiful armorial shield and a decorative scale. A well detailed and handsome map. $300~


Nicolas Sanson, 1689, Partie Occidentale du Temporale de L'Archevese et Eslecto. rat de Treves. Outline color, about 22 by 17 inches. A larger scale map of the Eastern part of Treves area with the Moselle river at lower right. Bruggen is at the top of the map and Millingen is at the bottom. A large decorative title cartouche at top center, and a scale at lower left. Good detail including cities, towns, forests and landforms. Some staining at top right just entering the neat line. $250~


Nicolas Sanson, 1681, Partie Occidentale du Temporel De L'Archevesche et Eslectorat de Mayence et Le Haut et Bas Compte de Catzenellenboge. Outline color, about 16 1/2 by 22 inches. A large scale map with the Rhine river at left extending from Coblentz to Mayence with Franfurtt at center  Very handsome with two large cartouches.  Good detail including cities, towns, forests and landforms. $250~


Edward Wells, 1700, A New Map of Antient Germany, Rhaetia, Vindelicia, and Noricum. Uncolored, about 14 by 19 inches. A handsome map of "ancient" Germany which is very well detailed showing mountains, forest, rivers, cities and towns. Includes a large decorative cartouche as well as a scale. $150~


Nicolas de Fer, 1702, Les Environs de Landau. Some outline color, about 9 1/4 by 13 inches. Landau is off center at left and shows the surrounding vicinity including the Rhine river, all in the Lower Palintate Region.  Nicely detailed showing cities, towns, forests and landforms. Plain title. $65


Johnnn Baptist Homann, 1714, Bavariae (Bavaria). Original bold hand color, about 22 by 19 inches.  A larger map of the Bavaria region of Germany.  Each  internal Dukedom or region is colored separately.   A large decorative title cartouche at top right.  Excellent detail including, towns and cities, forests and landforms. $275


Johnnn Baptist Homann, 1730, Bambergensis (Bamberg/Franconia). Original bold hand color, about 18 3/4 by 22 1/2 inches.  A larger map of the region along the Maine River with Bamberg at center, showing the region known as Bamberg in Franconia.  A large decorative title cartouche at top left and a set of scales at bottom left.  Excellent detail including, towns and cities, forests and landforms. $300~


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Homann Heirs, 1731, Dvcatvs Silesia. Colored, about 18 by 21 1/2 inches. A wonderful large scale provincial map of Silesia with excellent detail of cities, forests, landforms and rivers. Includes a large decorative title cartouche. $250

 


Johann Baptist Homann, 1731, Imperii Romano Germanici (Empire of Germany). Original bold hand color, about 21 by18 1/4 inches.  A larger map of the Empire of Germany.  Each  internal Kingdom and Dukedom or region is colored separately.   A large decorative title cartouche at top left.  Excellent detail including, towns and cities, forests and landforms. $375~


Homann Heirs, 1731, Dvcatvs Silesiae. Original bold hand color, about 18 by 21 1/4 inches. A larger map of the region of Silesia, divided into its regions and each colored separately.  Large decorative title cartouche at top right and another large cartouche with three scales at bottom left.  Excellent detail including, towns and cities, forests and landforms. $250~


Homann Heirs, 1743, Circvli Svevin (Swabia/Wurtemberg). Original bold hand color, about 20 1/2 by 21 1/2 inches.  A larger map of the Swabia orWurtemburg region.   Each  of its component internal divisions are colored separately.   A decorative title cartouche is at top right.  Excellent detail including, towns and cities, forests and landforms. $300~


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Emanuel Bowen, 1747, North East Germany.  Uncolored, measuring about 13 1/2 by 16 1/2 inches.  This is an attractive map of the north eastern region of Germany.  The map includes the Baltic Sea to the north, Prussia, Poland, and Hungary to the east, part of Bohemia to the south and lower Saxony to the west.  There is a beautifully elaborate title cartouche with a crest of arms. The map is wonderfully detailed and will be very nice when framed. $150


Robert du Vaugondy, (1756) 1757, Le Cercle De Baviere. Outline color, about 19 by17 1/2 inches. A handsome map of the Baviere.  The map has separate German regions outlined in color.  Provides excellent information about cities, towns, rivers and mountains. Includes a decorative title cartouche and a set of scales. A wonderful map in original condition for the serious collector and decorator. $275~


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Robert du Vaugondy, (1756) 1757, Carte de L'Empire D'Allegmagne. Outline color, about 19 by 21 inches. A handsome map of the German Empire (includes Holland and Belgium) and extends to the Gulf of Venice. Provides excellent information about cities, towns, rivers and mountains. Includes a decorative title cartouche and a set of scales. A wonderful map in original condition for the serious collector and decorator. $350~


Robert du Vaugondy, (1756) 1757, Cercle De Souabe. Outline color, about 19 by 20 1/2 inches. A handsome map of the Souabe.  The map has separate regions outlined in color.  Provides excellent information about cities, towns, rivers and mountains. Includes a decorative title cartouche and a set of scales. A wonderful map in original condition for the serious collector and decorator. $275~


Robert de Vaugondy, 1757,  Cercle de Basse Saxe. Outline color. About 19 by 21 inches. A handsome map of Saxony extending south as far as Brunswick.  Well detailed showing mountains, forests, rivers, cities and towns,  Includes a large decorative cartouche and a set of scales.  $250~


Robert de Vaugondy, 1757,  Partie Septentrionale du Cercle de Haute Saxe: Le Duche de Pomeranie et le Marquisat de Brandebourg. Outline color. About 19 by 21 inches. A handsome regional map of Pomerainia and Brandonburg. Well detailed showing mountains, forests, rivers, cities and towns,  Includes a large decorative cartouche and a set of scales.  $285~


Robert de Vaugondy, 1757,  Partie Septentrionale du Cercle de Haute Saxe: Le Duche de Saxe, Le Marquisat de Misnie, le Landgraviat de Thuringe. Outline color. About 19 by 21 inches. A handsome regional map of Thuringia, Misnia and the Dutchy of Saxony. Well detailed showing mountains, forests, rivers, cities and towns,  Includes a large decorative cartouche and a set of scales.  $285~


Robert de Vaugondy, 1757,  La Prusse divisee en Prusse Royale, et Prusse Ducale. Outline color. About 19 by 21 inches. A handsome map of Prussia.  Well detailed showing mountains, forests, rivers, cities and towns,  Includes a large decorative cartouche and a set of scales.  $285~


Robert de Vaugondy, 1757,  Cercle de Franconia. Outline color. About 19 by 21 inches. A handsome map of Franconia region.  Well detailed showing mountains, forests, rivers, cities and towns,  Includes a large decorative cartouche and a set of scales.  $285~


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Emanuel Bowen, 1759, An Accurate Map of North East Germany... Uncolored and measuring about 9 by 8 3/4 inches.  This is an attractive map of the northeastern region of Germany from the Baltic Sea in the North to Bohemia in the South.  There is a handsome title cartouche and cities, important towns, rivers, lakes and landforms are nicely drawn on the map.  $135  


Johnnn Baptist Homann, 1760, Electoratus Moguntinus. Original bold hand color, about 22 by 19 inches.  A larger map of the region along the Rhine river from just north of Coblentz (Treves region) south to Philipsburg in the Lower Palintate, with Frankfurt and Darmstadt at center, and Stuttgart at lower left in the  Wurtemberg region.  Each  region is colored separately.   A large decorative title cartouche at bottom right.  Excellent detail including, towns and cities, forests and landforms. $270~


Thomas Kitchin. c. 1760, A map of the Countries from Dresden to Breslau with the routs of the Prufssian and Auftrian Armiesbefore and after the late Battle near Lignitz. Outline color, about 6 3/4 by 9 inches. A map of Lusitia and Silesia. Nicely detailed including, towns, cities, forests and landforms. A decorative title cartouche is at center. Some strips of browning at left and right marginal area entering the map. $55


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G. Rollins. 1760, A new map of the Circle of the Lower Rhine. Uncolored, about 11 1/4 by 7 1/2 inches. Stretches from Wesel to Stuttgart and includes cities on or near the Rhine: Heidelberg, Coblentz, Frankfurt, Mulheim and Triers (on the Moselle river). A nicely detailed map including, towns, cities, forests and landforms. A decorative title cartouche is at upper left. $95

 

 


Thomas Kitchin. 1761, The Circle of the Upper Rhine. Outline color, about 7 by 9 3/4 inches. An area bordered by the Rhine and Frankfurt, Wertheim, Coblentz, Cassel and Muhausen. Nicely detailed including, towns, cities, forests and landforms. A decorative title cartouche is at upper left and a compass at lower right. $55


Homann Heirs, 1775. A two map set of East and West Prussia.

(1)   Borussia Occidentales Tabula. Original bold hand color, about 22 1/2 by 17 1/2 inches.  A larger map of the western part of Pomerania (from Colberg and Driesen) and the eastern part of Prussia (to Thorn and then an inset that extends to Landsberg).   Each  region is colored separately.   A large decorative title cartouche at top right.  Excellent detail including, towns and cities, forests and landforms. $275~

(2)   Tabula Regni Borussiae Orientales. Original bold hand color, about 22 1/2 by 17 1/2 inches.  A larger map of the eastern part of Prussia extending from just east of Danzig (not shown) to the border of the Baltic countries.  Each  region is colored separately.   A large decorative title cartouche at top right.  Excellent detail including, towns and cities, forests and landforms. $275~


Rigobert Bonne, 1780, L'Allemagne, La Boheme, et la Hongrie. Uncolored, about 8 1/2 by 12 1/2 inches. Although the map includes Hungary and parts of Poland, it is essentially a map of Germany. $70


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 A. J. Johnson, c. 1866, Empire of Germany. Fully colored, about 23 by 16 3/4 inches. A detailed map showing countries, cities and towns. Also includes roads, rail lines and landforms. $115

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Matthew Northrup's Century Atlas, c. 1897, Northern Germany. Printed color, about 10 1/2 by 15 inches. A very fine "modern" looking map with a "piano key" border. The map depicts landforms rail lines, roads, cities and towns. $45

(The line at the center of the image was created form joining two scans.)


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Matthew Northrup's Century Atlas, c.1897, South West Germany. Printed color, about 15 by 10 1/2 inches. A very fine "modern" looking map with a "piano key" border. The map depicts landforms rail lines, roads, cities and towns. Extends from Silesia and Westphalia southwards and includes Alsace and Lorraine. $45

(The line at the center of the image was created form joining two scans.)


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Matthew Northrup's Century Atlas, c. 1897, Eastern Germany. Printed color, about 15 by 10 1/2 inches. A very fine "modern" looking map with a "piano key" border. The map depicts landforms rail lines, roads, cities and towns. Includes insets of Berlin and Hamburg. $45

(The line at the center of the image was created form joining two scans.)


Times Atlas/Andrees Atlas/ other atlases published about  c. 1890, Regional Maps (for the purpose of Genealogy Research)These vary in size from about 9 by 16 inches to about 14 by 19 inches and are selected for detail and accuracy.  Each map $45.

Thuringian States

East and West Prussia

Duchy of Baden

Kingdom of Saxony

Westphalia

Wurtemberg and Bavaria

Saxony

Hannover/Oldenburg/Brandenberg/Bremem

Any other region not specified

The maps may not come in precisely the above combinations but we will ensure that the region of interest is included.