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  • # 42545

    THE EVENING NEWS

    The Evening News London “Tube Map”

    London : George Philip & Son, c. 1910. Folding map, 50 x 61 cm, with map of London Tube stations recto, map of the tramways verso, printed in colour; some slight mis-creasing, edge discolouration, very short edge tears at folds; a very good copy, housed in printed card case. A rare early printed map of …

  • # 21999

    LAUNAY, Adrien (1853-1927)

    Atlas des Missions de la Société des Missions-Étrangères

    : 27 cartes en 5 couleurs accompagnées de 27 notices géographiques et historiques. Lille : Société de Saint Augustin, 1890. Large folio (530 x 380 mm), original cloth backed printed papered boards (lightly marked), [3] prelimary leaves, followed by 27 full page colour maps, each accompanied by descriptive text on facing page; thumb index; all maps …

  • # 43721

    ECCLESTON, Gregory C.

    Granville Stapylton : Australia Felix 1836 : second in command to Major Mitchell

    Melbourne : Evandale Publishing, 2018. Oblong quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. xix; 250; 46 pages of plates, a fine, new copy. “Granville Stapylton Australia Felix 1836 Second-in-command to Major Mitchell is based on the true journals of the pioneer land surveyor Granville Stapylton when he accompanied Major Thomas Mitchell on the famous ‘Australia Felix’ expedition …

  • # 40253

    JOHNSTON, W. & A. K.

    18-inch terrestrial globe

    London and Chicago : W. & A. K. Johnston for Hammett, circa 1910. Measuring 18 inches (46cm) in diameter, 45 inches (115 cm) tall; in bronzed cast iron meridian and stand, with calendrical paper horizon ring, laid on wood; with an analemma and two polar calottes. Standing in bronzed cast iron tripod stand with glass …

  • # 42870

    J. FOREST

    Globe terrestre

    [Paris] : J. Forest, [c.1935]. Terrestrial globe titled Globe terrestre, 6 inches in diameter, lithographed gores over papier-mâché sphere, metal pins on a turned French ebonised wooden stand, original, with distressed finish. A good example of an uncommon table globe from the interwar period, showing the geographical names Leningrad, Istanbul, Iran and Mandchukuo, dating it …

  • # 43279

    FOREST, J.

    Globe terrestre

    [Paris] : J. Forest, [c.1935]. Terrestrial globe titled Globe terrestre, 3 inches in diameter, lithographed gores over papier-mâché sphere, metal pins on a turned French ebonised wooden stand, original, a few light marks. A good example of an uncommon table globe from the interwar period, showing the geographical names Leningrad, Istanbul, Iran and Mandchukuo, dating …

  • # 43055

    Robinson’s week-end motor map of Sydney and adjoining districts.

    Specially designed for projecting and recording short motor tours. Scale 2 miles to an inch = 1:126720. At head of title: No. 208. At foot of title is the copyright code: 621142. Canberra, ACT : H. E. C. Robinson Ltd., [1926]. Folding map, lithograph printed in colour, on linen backing, 870 x 580 mm, in very …

  • # 43058

    WALKER, Richard Cornelius Critchett (1841-1903)

    New South Wales : map, illustrations and descriptive text.

    [Cover title]. Sydney : Thomas Richards, Govt. Printer, 1884. Quarto (290 x 240 mm), publisher’s pictorial green cloth over boards with bevelled edges, the upper board with blind-blocked decoration and lettering in gilt and black (scattered light staining), inside upper board with contextual map of the Eastern Hemisphere illustrating shipping routes from London to Sydney, …

  • # 43057

    NEW SOUTH WALES. DEPARTMENT OF LANDS.

    Map of the central southern tourist district including Riverina, New South Wales, Australia

    / compiled, drawn and printed at the Department of Lands, Sydney N.S.W. Sydney, NSW : Department of Lands, [1940]. “8th edition”. “40886”. Lithograph map printed in colour, 700 x 660 mm, linen-backed (as issued), folding to 250 x 180 mm; scale: 10 miles to 1 inch; with a decorative title cartouche at upper corner and …

  • # 40260

    NEWTON FAMILY

    [COOK] Newton’s new & improved terrestrial pocket globe 1817

    London : John Newton, 1st January 1817. Terrestrial pocket globe, 3 inches in diameter, engraved gores with original hand colour over papier-mâché and plaster sphere, the surface in fine order with a recent wax applied for protection, two metal pins resting the globe in the original publisher’s shagreen case, titled Newton’s improved pocket celestial globe, …

  • # 26028

    LAMP, Jean-Frédéric

    Abrégé de géographie pour les écoles.

    Par J. F. Lamp. A Paris : Chez F. G. Levrault, libraire, rue de la Harpe, no. 81 ; Strasbourg : rue des Juifs, no. 33, 1833. Troisième édition. Duodecimo (165 x 105 mm), original pink paper-covered boards printed in black, the upper board with vignette illustration of a globe, lower board with publisher’s advertisements, …

  • # 40323

    JOHNSTON, W. & A. K.

    3 inch globe by W. & A. K. Johnston Limited

    Edinburgh and London : W. & A. K. Johnston Limited, [ca.1870]. Terrestrial pocket globe, 3 inches in diameter, engraved gores with original hand colour over papier-mâché and plaster sphere, the surface in fine order with a recent shellac applied for protection, two metal pins resting the globe in a fine modern turned mahogany case with …

  • # 31434

    DARTON, William (1755-1819)

    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 …

  • # 18614

    山田申太郎 (Yamada Shintarō) & 高原徹也 (Takahara Tetsuya), edited by 日原昌造 (Hihara Shōzō).

    [MAPS] 万国地誌略諳射訳図 (萬國地誌略諳射譯圖)(萬國地誌畧諳射譯圖) [Bankoku Chishiryaku Ansha Yakuzu]

    Complete set of 6 copperplate engraved maps with hand colouring. Maps 1-4 published by 岡安慶介 (Okayasu Keisuke) [1878] (Meiji 11); Maps 5 & 6 published by 桑原伊之助 (Kuwabara Inosuke) [1880] (Meiji 13). 1. Asia, the Middle East, and Russia east of the Urals (340 x 400 mm); 2. Africa (310 x 260 mm); 3. Europe, with Russia …

  • # 18584

    BERGHAUS, Hermann; 村田文夫 [MURATA, Fumio, translator]

    輿地新. [Yochi shinzu furoku]. [Supplement to the Map of the World].

    Kyoto, Osaka, and Tokyo: 勝村治右衛門 [Katsumura Jihei], 柳原喜兵衛 [Yanahara Kihei], 北畠茂兵衛 [Kitahata Mohei] et al.. 1874. Two volumes, small quarto (250 x 180 mm), Japanese 5 hole stab binding, original yellow paper covers (rubbed) and title labels; with volvelle showing the earth’s orbit, 3 double page copper engraved colour maps, and numerous black and white maps and …

  • # 20079

    GRENET, l'Abbe; BONNE, Rigobert

    Atlas portatif general pour servir a l’intelligence des auteurs classiques.

    Paris : Jean, circa 1790. Quarto, papered boards (worn, lacking the spine and paper to lower board); preliminary blank loose, engraved title page, 91 double-page copperplate engraved maps by Bonne dated between 1780 – 1800, all with hand-colouring in outline; table (index). Grenet’s atlas of the world with engraved maps by Bonne, Ingenieur-Hydrographe de la …