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Valk Leonard / Valk, Gerard
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1750/1700 - Amsterdam, Gerard and Leonard Valk
Nr. 10760

A pair of rare Valk table globes published by Gerard and Leonard Valk at Amsterdam in 1750 and 1700. The Dutch globe makers Gerard Valk (1652-1726) and his son Leonard Valk (1675-1746) were the only significant publishers of globes in the Netherlands in the eighteenth century. The design of their globes was completely new and [...]

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2 works in 1 binding, (231, 1), (64) folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Pigskin over wooden boards with raised bands and clasps on straps, 8° 16,7 x 11,3 x 4 cm. (Text-block slightly browned throughout, binding restored with preservation of most of the contemporary boards and back-strip and straps and clasps renewed. Maps are slightly stained, the [...]

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(frontispiece) (1) (1) (2-30) maps. Rebound half Leather with raised bands, large Folio 53,8 x 34,8 x 2,7 cm. (The maps are occasionally soiled, verso of several maps restored at places, map 8 browned. Lacks the typographical titlepage and the index of the plates. With an extra double-page celestial map by Matthaus Seutter, ca.1730 bound [...]

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(1870's) - Chicago, A.H. Andrews & Co.
Nr. 10841

Terrestrial globe with a diameter of 13,2 cm., hinged and opens to show a flat set of maps. The exterior of the globe consisting of 12 paper gores and 4 half polar caps, the interior of the globe consisting of 2 circular maps. Contemporary hand-coloured, the countries in different colours and the seas in a [...]

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(ca. 1775) - London
Nr. 10707

Rare pocket globe with a diameter of 7 cm. held in the publisher’s shagreen case with two metal clasps. The globe consisting of 12 hand-coloured engraved gores and 2 polar caps, the top and bottom of the case each lined with 12 hand-coloured engraved half gores and a polar cap depicting the celestial hemisphere. The [...]

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1632 - Rome, Francisco Corbelletti
Nr. 9787

Handcoloured engraved map depicting the ‘Leo Belgicus’. The map shows the Netherlands and Belgium in the shape of a lion and is handcoloured in a very attractive way. The map was published as an engraved titlepage in the ‘De Bello Belgico Decas Prima’ by Famiano Strada, 1572-1649. The first state. Measurements: (map) 31 x 22,1 [...]

Fraaie en scherpe gravure op groot formaat met het zicht op Dordrecht ter hoogte van de Hooi- en Bomkade, gezien vanaf de rivier de Maas. Naast de haven zijn veel bekende punten zichtbaar zoals de Grote Kerk, het stadhuis en zelfs de toren van de Augustijnenkerk zijn te zien. De gravure bestaat uit 2 delen [...]

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(late 19th century/early 20th century) - s.l., s.n.
Nr. 11229

A brass globe or sphere, engraved with the names of the Zodiac in eastern Islamic text and showing the lines of the the Equator and the ecliptic meridians. This Indo-Persian Islamic globe was probably used for teaching purposes in the 19th/20th century. Consisting of two seperate hollow halves, coming together on the equator-line. The sphere [...]

Böger, F. / Heijden, J.H. van der
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(ca. 1858) - Dordrecht, F. Böger
Nr. 10955

Set van 4 gelijste litho’s met gezichten op Dordrecht van de rivierzijde. Destijds getekend door J.H. van der Heijden en uitgegeven door de Dordtse tekenaar en lithograaf F. Böger (1820-1880) ca. 1858 in opdracht van de Dordtsche Roei- en Zeilvereniging opgericht in 1851. De gezichten zijn gevat in een ovaal van uitbundige ranken gekroond met [...]

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(1639-1641) - Antwerpen, Johannes Meursius
Nr. 10734

Zeldzame plattegrond van Antwerpen in vogelvlucht. De plattegrond verbeeld Antwerpen tijdens de intocht van Ferdinand in 1635 en een gedeelte van de Schelde. De gravure bestaat uit twee delen -zoals uitgegeven- en verscheen in het imposante werk ‘Pompa introitus’ van Gervatius waarin de intocht van Ferdinand van Oostenrijk (1609-1641) als gouverneur van Antwerpen wordt beschreven. [...]

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(late 19th century) - (Delamarche E. Bertaux, éditeur, 25 rue Serpente,) Paris
Nr. 10507

Firm terrestrial globe with a diameter of 32 cm. held in a wooden stand with a brass half meridian. The total height measuring 60 cm. (The title cartouche is replaced by a printers device?, slightly grazed at some places, on the continent of Europe a few small drops of green paint.)

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1649 - Antwerp, Jan Cnobbaert
Nr. 9457

Handcoloured engraved map depicting the ‘Leo Belgicus’, the most famous of all cartographic curiosities. The map shows the Netherlands and Belgium in the shape of a lion and is handcoloured in an attractive way. This version is based on the original Aitsinger form with the lion standing facing right with the right paw raised and [...]