• # 32597

    [WORSLEY, Lieut.]

    Plan of the Islands of Malta and Gozo

    / Surveyed by Lieut. Worsley. R. A. in 1824. Engraved in 1856 at the Ordnance Map Office Southampton, under the direction of Lt. Colonel James, R. E. F.R.S. M.R.I.A. &c. His Excellency Sir William Reid, K.C.B. Govr. and Com. in Chief. Orthography corrected by the right Revd. Bishop Casolani. Steel engraved map, 650 x 575 mm …

  • # 32687

    McCRYSTAL, John

    Singing the trail : the story of mapping Aotearoa New Zealand

    Sydney : Allen & Unwin, 2019. Quarto, illustrated laminated boards, pp. 275, extensively illustrated. “The very first maps, oral maps made by Polynesian and Maori settlers, were waypoints, lists of places in songs, chants, karakla and stories that showed directions. Hundreds of years later, Abel Tasman made the first attempt at a physical maps followed …

  • # 31523

    PHILLIP, Arthur (1738-1814)

    The Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay (coloured edition)

    with an account of the establishment of the Colonies of Port Jackson & Norfolk Island; compiled from authentic papers, which have been obtained from the several departments, to which are added, the journals of Lieuts. Shortland, Watts, Ball, & Capt. Marshall; with an account of their new discoveries. London : John Stockdale, 1789. Quarto, contemporary …

  • # 31926

    MALBY & Co.

    Malby’s terrestrial globe

    Compiled from the latest and most authentic sources, including all the recent geographical discoveries, manufactured and published under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Malby & Sons, Globe & Map Sellers to the Admiralty. Published at the Globe Manufactory, 37 Little Parker Street, Little Queen Street, Holborn, London, [circa …

  • # 32311

    MARTIN, Montgomery (c. 1803 - 1868)

    Australia : comprising New South Wales, Victoria or Port Philip, South Australia and Western Australia :

    their history, topography, condition, resources, statistics, gold discoveries, mines of copper, lead, etc., etc. : general information for emigrants, merchants, manufacturers and shipowners with the latest official intelligence published under the authority of Her Majesty’s government. London : John Tallis and Company, [1855]. Quarto, blind embossed full calf, spine in compartments with gilt ornamentation and …

  • # 32074

    WEYGAND, F. J.

    Globe artificiel et mécanique a l’usage du petit géographe.

    Amsterdam : La Haye [Netherlands] : F.J. Weygand, n.d. [c.1840]. Collapsible globe in 6 gores, engraved with hand colouring, laid down on thin card, each gore 170 x 70 mm (irregular); in fine condition with vivid original colour, Australia with Terre de Witt, Terre d’Eendracht, Cape Leeuwin, Terre de Nuyts, Golfe de Spencer, Terre de Van …

  • # 31856

    CLANCY, Robert ; RICHARDSON, Alan

    So came they south

    Sydney : Shakespeare Head Press, 1988. Quarto, boards in dustjacket (spine slightly faded), maps to endpapers, pp. 176, illustrated. The mapping and exploration of Australia and New Zealand by the early European explorers.

  • # 31419

    COLLINS, David (1756 - 1810)

    An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales :

    With Remarks on the Dispositions, Customs, Manners, &c. of the Native Inhabitants of that Country. [Together with] An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales from its first Settlement, in January 1788, to August 1801: with Remarks on the Dispositions, Customs, Manners, &c. of the Native Inhabitants of that Country. To which are …

  • # 31751

    HUGHES, Sydney G.

    Pocket map of Brisbane

    Brisbane : Published by Sydney G. Hughes, [1943]. Colour map, 470 x 350 mm, folding to 170 x 100 mm, in original pictorial card covers, 190 x 110 mm (light vertical crease), verso of map with printed information for tourists on Brisbane and neighbouring centres.

  • # 31434

    DARTON, William

    38 maps. Union atlas, containing new and improved maps of all the Empires, Kingdoms and States in the known world,

    designed as a companion to the various gazetteers & books of geography now in use, the whole clearly engraved by artists of eminence and carefully coloured. Including maps of the Roman Empire and Ancient Greece. London : William Darton, Jan. 25th 1812 (the maps dated between 1811 – 1812). First edition. Quarto, modern binding of half …

  • # 31431


    A matching pair of cased terrestrial and celestial pocket globes.

    Newton’s new & improved terrestrial globe containing the latest discoveries. [London] : Published by J. Newton & Son, 66 Chancery Lane, & 3 Fleet St., Temple Bar [between 1852-58]. Terrestrial globe, 3 inches in diameter, hand-coloured printed gores over plaster base, two metal pins, housed in the original hand-turned mahogany case; inscribed on the base ‘G. Phillips, …

  • # 30138

    SCOTT, John

    Map of the City of Sydney and adjacent municipalities from ordnance and actual surveys 1890

    Cover title : Map of Sydney and Suburbs. Sydney : John Scott & Co., 1890. Chromolithograph map, 94 x 82.8 cm, folding, occasional light foxing, short splits along folds, housed in original folder, papered boards with cloth spine, pp. [vi], advertisements. A fine late Victorian map from Curl Curl to Botany Bay, extending west to …

  • # 27985

    Dépôt de la guerre

    Carte topographique des environs d’Alger

    d’Aprés les levés et les reconnaissances des Officiers d’Etat-major et autres documents. Paris : Publiée par le Depôt de la Guerre; Imprimerie chez Kaeppelin, 1856. Engraved by Erhard Schieble. Engraved map, dissected and laid on linen, 680 x 1010 mm, printed label. French colonial map of Algeria, invaded by the French in 1830 and occupied with much …

  • # 28066

    STANFORD, Edward

    London Atlas Map of the Asiatic Archipelago

    London : Edward Stanford, circa 1900. Chromolithograph map, dissected and laid on linen, 530 x 685 mm (sheet), cloth covers with title label, a very good copy. London Atlas Series. Map of south-east Asia with inset maps of Singapore (with descriptive text) and Labuan Island (Malaysia), including British Burmah (now Myanmar), Siam (Thailand), Cambodia (Cambodia), …

  • # 28179

    STANFORD, Edward

    A map of China prepared for the China Inland Mission 1923.

    London : China Inland Mission and Edward Stanford, 1923. Map printed in colour, 1060 x 880 mm, dissected and laid on linen, pale waterstain, cloth slipcase lettered in gilt (discoloured), overall in good condition. A detailed map showing Protestant missions across Eastern China.

  • # 27284

    [GUGK] ABDULLAEV, I. K., et al

    Атлас Азербайджанской Советской Социалистической Республики. / Atlas Azerbaĭdzhanskoĭ Sovetskoĭ Sot︠s︡ialisticheskoĭ Respubliki.

    Baku : GUGK (Glav. upravlenie geodezii i kartografii, 1963. Folio (330 x 225 mm), publisher’s green cloth over boards (a few scuff marks) with embossed GUGK crest and gold lettering to upper board, pp x, 213; chiefly colour maps with differing scales (some folded), colour diagrams; errata slip inserted; text in Russian; contents very clean …