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[Set of Four Allegorical Mezzotints of the Continents] America. Europa. Africa. Asia.
A set of four allegorical mezzotints referencing the great continents of the world.Cartographer(s): Johann Elias RidingerPlace/Date: Augsburg / ca. 1770$3,400 Add to cart
Bankoku Ichiran no Zu [Japanese Manuscript Map of the World]
The Privileged Outlook of the Shōgun: the manuscript map behind Koyano Ishun’s famous map of the world. A rare and monumental manuscript wall-map compiled during the isolationism of the Edo-period (1600-1868) and depicting a world that is more imagined than observed.Cartographer(s): Koyano IshunPlace/Date: Osaka / ca. 1800$45,000 Add to cart
A New and Accurat Map of the World Drawne according to ye truest Descriptions latest Discoveries & best observations yt have beene made by English or Strangers. 1651.
John Speed’s unparalleled map of the world.Cartographer(s): John SpeedPlace/Date: London / (1651) 1676Read more