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The Rare First State of a Landmark in Southeast Asian Cartography


Sumatra. GASTALDI, G./ RAMUSIO, J. B. [Venice, 1556]
Sumatra.
10 ¾ x 14 ½ inches
Old manuscript alteration to page numbering that is characteristic of the first state; fine condition
$1,650


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The Set of World & Continent Maps from the First Standardized Atlas


World & Continents. ORTELIUS, A. [Antwerp, 1595]
Set Consisting of a World Map & the Four Known Continents at the Time, Five in All.

Copperplate engravings with fine hand color. Average size: 13 1/2 x 19 ½ inches (engraved surfaces only). Reinforcement to bottom centerfold of world map; small wormhole to centerfold of Americas map; excellent condition overall.
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Extremely Rare, Asia Wall Map Sheet


Asia/ Russia. DE JODE, Gerard [Antwerp, c. 1577-1591]
Asiae Nova. Descriptio.
20 x 15 inches.
A few light stains else excellent
$9,500


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French Chart of a Vital Trading Area


Indian Ocean/ Southeast Asia/ Australia. BELLIN, N. [Paris, 1757]
Carte Reduiite De L'Ocean Oriental Mer Des Indes... .
21 3/4 x 34 inches
Excellent
$1,250


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A Rare Cartographic Presentation of the Buddhist World View


World Map/ Buddhism. Zuda RŌKASHI (Priest Hōtan) [Kyōto, c. 1710-30]
Nansen Bushu Bankoku Shōka No Zu. (“Outline Map of all the Countries of the Universe”).
45 x 57 ½ inches.
Period wash color; nine woodblock sheets joined and mounted on later paper, edged with silk; excellent condition. Mounted in a dark wood-framed shadow box:
$55,000


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