Cartography

  • # 23272

    MONASH, John

    Map of Heidelberg district

    Compiled from the information contained in Parish & County maps, supplemented by field surveys carried out under the direction of the Australian Intelligence Corps (3rd MD), John Monash Lt. Col. Photo-lithographed at the Dept. of Lands and Survey, Melbourne by W.J. Butson, 12.3.13. Melbourne : the Department, 1913. Lithographed map, 350 x 460 mm, printed …

  • # 23077

    WHITEHEAD, E.

    Whitehead’s new map of Victoria with alphabetical key 1867 – 8

    Melbourne : E. Whitehead, 1867. Folding lithographed map, hand coloured, 490 x 750 mm, laid on linen, some stains and wear along folds.

  • # 23078

    PEARSON, J.

    Pearson’s distinct road map of New South Wales for motorists, cyclists and travellers

    Compiled and published by J. Pearson ; drawn by Kenneth Craigie. Sydney : J. Pearson, circa 1925. Map measuring 94 x 74 cm, folding in publisher’s illustrated paper wrappers, a couple of tears along folds, else very good. Cover title : Pearson’s reliable road map. A complete guide to New South Wales and important parts …

  • # 22949

    HAWKESWORTH, John; COOK, James and KING James

    An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of his present Majesty for making discoveries in the southern hemisphere,

    and successively performed by Commodore Byron, Captain Wallis, Captain Carteret, and Captain Cook, in the Dolphin, the Swallow, and the Endeavour: drawn up from the journals which were kept by the several commanders, and from the papers of Joseph Banks, Esq; by John Hawkesworth, Ll.D. in three volumes. Illustrated with cuts, and a great variety …

  • # 22688

    PROESCHEL, F[rederick] (1809 - 1870)

    General, agricultural & gold fields, map of Victoria.

    Compiled and reduced from the government maps. [Melbourne : F. Proeschel, 1859]. Map measuring 470 x 525 mm, steel engraved by J. Grieve, laid on linen, the map with original hand colouring showing the delineation of counties and location of the gold fields, with inset maps of the world on Mercator’s projection, the southern hemisphere …

  • # 22957

    FENNER, Rest.

    Chinese Empire

    Engraved map with original hand colouring, 140 x 240 mm, mild toning, else very good. From : Fenner’s pocket atlas of modern & ancient geography. London. Robert Jennings, circa 1828.

  • # 22956

    FENNER, Rest.

    United States

    Engraved map with original hand colouring, 140 x 240 mm, mild toning, else very good. From : Fenner’s pocket atlas of modern & ancient geography. London. Robert Jennings, circa 1828.

  • # 22955

    FENNER, Rest.

    Canada, New Brunswick & Nova Scotia

    Engraved map with original hand colouring, 140 x 240 mm, mild toning, else very good. From : Fenner’s pocket atlas of modern & ancient geography. London. Robert Jennings, circa 1828.

  • # 22654

    JAPANESE GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS

    Traveler’s map of Japan, Chosen (Korea), Taiwan (Formosa). With brief descriptions of the principal tourist points in Japan.

    Tokyo : Japanese Government Railways, 1027. Map printed in colour, 785 x 810 mm (sheet), primary map of Japan and Korea, inset maps of Hokkaido, Tokyo, Osaka, Karafuto, Taiwan and East Asia, extensive text verso, housed in publisher’s lettered cloth folder.

  • # 22644

    WAR OFFICE

    Asia Minor. Brusa

    London : Geographical Section, War Office, April 1915 (corrected to August, 1915). Lithographed map, printed in colour, 565 x 625 mm (sheet), dissected and laid on linen, in a plain cloth case. War map of the coastline of the Sea of Marmara and northern Turkey to the east of Gallipoli following the Dardanelles Campaign.

  • # 22643

    BARTHOLOMEW, J.

    Victoria

    London : George Philip & Son, circa 1880. Lithographed map, 545 x 650 mm, dissected and laid on linen, housed in publisher’s gilt-lettered cloth case, edges rubbed.

  • # 22645

    N. K. ATLAS

    Map for the blind titled ‘Australie’.

    Paris : N. K. Atlas, circa 1880. Map, 175 x 227 mm (card), without any printing, the outline of the continents and adjacent islands cut by die, the lettering embossed in relief. A rare map for the blind of the Australian continent. The writing system devised by Louis Braille (1809-1852) was first published in 1829, …

  • # 22557

    DARTON, William (1781-1854)

    The world dissected upon the best principles to teach youth geography.

    London : made by William Darton, 58 Holborn Hill, 1820. Jigsaw puzzle map of the world in two hemispheres, dissected and laid on mahogany, in the publisher’s original wooden box with sliding lid, paper labels to the lid and sides, ‘Darton, London. Warranted’; also titled ‘The world from the best authorities’. A rare early puzzle …

  • # 22555

    Prévost, Antoine François (Abbé) (1697-1763)

    Histoire générale des voyages,

    ou, Nouvelle collection de toutes les relations de voyages par mer et par terre, qui ont été publiées jusqu’à présent dans les différentes langues de toutes les nations connues … … Paris : Didot, 1746 – 1789. Twenty volumes, quarto (290 x 230 mm), uniformly bound in period full French speckled calf, ruled in gilt, …

  • # 19849

    d'ANVILLE, Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon (1697-1782)

    Atlas général

    [Paris : circa 1780]. Elephant folio, 28 x 18 inches (730 x 465 mm), full green morocco, floral gilt decoration to edges, spine in compartments and lettered in gilt with contrasting red morocco title label (rebacked onto vellum with some early restoration to the upper portion), gilt stamped bee designs to the compartments of the …

  • # 20016

    WALLIS, John (Senior)

    Wallis’s new dissected map of Asia.

    Engraved from the latest authorities for the use of young students in geography. London (42 Skinner Street) : John Wallis, circa 1813. Engraved map of Asia and Australia, trimmed as issued without title or imprint, original hand colouring, pasted on wood and dissected into pieces (two of which are in facsimile, the Caspian Sea and central …