Cartographic Publishing House
Beijing : Compiled and published by the Cartographic Publishing House, 1984. Second edition. Map, printed in colour, 102 x 154 cm, folded in printed slip. Very good copy.
London : Edward Stanford, August 1917. Lithographed map, printed in colour, 760 x 1040 mm, dissected and laid on linen, publisher’s cloth folder with title label (edges a little worn), printed advertisements, a fine copy. An expansive map published during the midst of the Russian Revolution, while under authority of the Provisional Government, covering the …
石川俊之(流宣) [Ishikawa Toshiyuki (Ryūsen)]
Edo (Tokyo), Japan : 須原屋茂兵衛 [Suharaya Mohē],  (Hōei 5). Woodblock print with yellow colours added by hand, 1315 x 595mm, original covers and title slip; complete. An early Japanese map of the world. Japan is displayed in the centre of the map, which is oriented so that east [東] is at the top of the …
TERRY, Thomas Philip, 1864-194
Terry’s Japanese Empire : including Korea and Formosa with chapters on Manchuria, the Trans-Siberian Railway and the chief ocean routes to Japan : a handbook for travellers. (Signed copy)
Boston and New York : Houghton Mifflin Company ; London : Constable & Co., Ltd.; Tokyo : Kyo-Bun-Kwan, 1914. Thick octavo, original limp red cloth lettered in gilt, lettered dustjacket (some small chips), pp cclxxxiii, 799, advertisements; with 13 maps and 16 plans (some folding); a fine copy in the jacket. Signed and inscribed by …
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, 1927. 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.
ROCK, William and Henry
[London : William & Henry Rock, 1839]. Single playing card (from the deck of 52), 97 x 65 mm, verso blank, recto with engraved map of Asia stretching fro the Arctic Ocean to Van Diemen’s Land, the Australian continent divided between New Holland and New South Wales, with coloured diamond in the centre. From the …
[London] : Bacon, circa 1900. Single sheet, coloured map of Australia, text verso, a couple of short tears. Includes the area ‘Alexandra Land’ in the Northern Territory.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE
Melbourne : Department of Defence, June, 1925. Lithographed map, 578 x 805 mm (sheet), printed in colour, a couple of short tears. Rare military survey of the Victorian district of Nagambie. We cannot locate this map in Australian collections.
SPRENGEL, M. C. (Matthias Christian)
[INDIA] Historisch-Genealogischer Calender oder Jahrbuch der merkwürdigsten neuen Weltbegebenheiten für 1786.
Leipzig zur Messe : Haude und Spener von Berlin, . Duodecimo (105 x 71 mm), contemporary marbled card covers, all edges gilt, engraved title page, pp  (with 12 leaves of engraved plates depicting Indian customs and scenes), 64, , folding colour engraved map of India (240 x 230 mm), 272,  leaves of plates …
NETHERLANDS INDIES. STATE RAILWAYS.
[MAP] Java met de voornaamste spoor- en tramwegen in vogelvlucht. / Java in bird’s-eye view showing the principal main-line and interurban railways.
[Batavia] : Afd. Publiciteit Staatsspoorwegen, 1936. Single sheet, 235 x 600 mm, illustrated map printed in black and red on one side only, with bilingual key in Dutch and English listing 120 landmarks, all numbered in red on the map along with the main railway routes; folding to 235 x 175 mm; original owner’s annotated …
Hawkesworth, John (1715-17773); Cook, James (1728-1779); 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 …
[London] : Newton & Berry, 1831. Terrestrial pocket globe, 1.5 inches (39 mm) 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 the original turned mahogany case with fitted lid; a very fine …
Betts’s Portable Terrestrial Globe, accompanied by diagrams illustrating the principal phenomena of the world.
London : John Betts, [c.1850]. Original decorated card box, 215 x 125 mm (splits to corners), with printed paper label hand coloured, owner’s name in ink on front panel, containing the folding globe, two printed colour cards showing the revolution of the Earth around the Sun, and the 32 page booklet, A companion to Betts’s …
NEWTON & SON
London : Newton & Son, circa 1840. Terrestrial globe 6 inches in diameter, handcoloured printed gores over plaster base, graduated equator band, the oceans with an analemma, supported on a contemporary stand of turned cedar with brass axis. A very good example. A fine early mid nineteenth century table globe with Antarctic detail such as the …
Rand McNally & Co.
[Chicago] : Rand McNally & Co., 1891. Chromolithographed paper gores over paper mache base, 12 inches in diameter, oval shaped analemma, alternating red and blue isothermal current lines, in original nickel plated mount and stand. An American student’s table globe from the late nineteenth century with a good amount of geographical detail.
Weber and Costello Co.
Chicago, Illinois : Weber Costello, 1909. 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 roller feet, with flower and ribbon decoration. …