4 edition of Globes of Hondius found in the catalog.
This pair of globes by Jodocus Hondius is jointly owned and offered for sale [by Martayan Lan and] Forum Antiquarian Booksellers--Inside front cover.Includes bibliographical references (p. 32)
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|Pagination||xvi, 90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Beautifully engraved map of the north eastern part of South America. If you buy more than one.
Oriented to the East, this map covers the whole of the Holy Land on both sides of the Jordan River from the desert of Moab to the Mediterranean and from modern day Lebanon to Egypt's Nile Delta. Or your print is damaged, you can return for a full refund no worries. 55 cm x 43 cm sheet size, modern hand colour, Amsterdam, engraved 1606, printed 1619 We are pleased to offer this scarce example of the beautifully engraved map of Turkey and environs Van der Krogt 8110:1A compiled by 1563-1612 from the 1619 French edition of the famous Mercator-Hondius Atlas.
The title is globes of Hondius within a simple cartouche. Jodocus 1563-1612 MERCATOR, Gerardus 1512-94 London: Printed by William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone.
WE SHIP ITMES OUT FAST If it's ordered by 11AM Pacific. IMAGES SELTENE UND REICH ILLUSTRIERTE. We are listing this authentic example without any reserve at all. Thus, it does not appear to derive at all from the Champlain map of 1612.
Maps are shipped Monday through Friday year-round. Early hand-coloured map of the Kingdom of Ireland Irlandiae Regnum by Gerard Mercator and Jodocus Hondius.
This masterwork of cartography is in very good condition with what I believe to be period coloring.
The 48 Ptolemaic constellations are drawn, and up to five of the non-Ptolemaic constellations are drawn but not labelled.
Oriented to the East, this map covers the whole of the Holy Land on both sides of the Jordan River from the desert of Moab to the Mediterranean and from modern day Lebanon to Egypt's Nile Delta.
Our collection represents five centuries of globe development by some greatest names in cartography, tastefully mounted on sympathetically designed stands to bring old world charm into even the most modern of settings.