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      • BERRY WORLD MAP, 1680
        Dec. 09, 2023

        BERRY WORLD MAP, 1680

        Est: $6,000 - $9,000

        BERRY, William (1669-1708). A Mapp of All the World. Engraved map with original hand color in outline. London: Berry, 1680. 23 1/2" x 37" sheet, 34 1/2" x 48 1/2" framed. THE ENGLISH SANSON, showing England at the height of its Influence at the end of the 17th Century. A fine world map showing all but the eastern coast of Australia, the eastern coast of New Zealand. William Berry's "A Mapp of all the World..." is a copy of the Sanson world map as published by Hubert Jaillot in 1674. Berry has patriotically marked the islands discovered by Drake just off Tierra del Fuego and has added New Albion in the northern part of California, shown as an island ... Berry advertised his two-sheet world map in the "Term Catalogues" for June 1680 and then in the "London Gazette". It was available either in sheet form or to be 'bound in books or pasted on cloath at reasonable rates" (Shirley). Chubb describes Berry as a bookseller, geographer, and engraver, who was active between about 1670 and 1703. His most enduring partnership was with map-maker Robert Morden, and together they dealt in topographical works, prints, maps, charts and globes. Berry corrected and amended a set of maps of the World, described by Nicolas Sanson as here, which were issued separately between 1680 and 1689" as a collection they are known as the English Sanson and are very rare" (Chubb). "

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      • BERRY, A MAPP OF ALL THE WORLD 1680
        Sep. 24, 2022

        BERRY, A MAPP OF ALL THE WORLD 1680

        Est: $5,000 - $8,000

        BERRY, William (1669-1708). A Mapp of All the World. Engraved map with original hand color in outline. London: Berry, 1680. 23 1/2" x 37" sheet, 34 1/2" x 48 1/2" framed. THE ENGLISH SANSON, showing England at the height of its Influence at the end of the 17th Century. A fine world map showing all but the eastern coast of Australia, the eastern coast of New Zealand. William Berry's "A Mapp of all the World..." is a copy of the Sanson world map as published by Hubert Jaillot in 1674. Berry has patriotically marked the islands discovered by Drake just off Tierra del Fuego and has added New Albion in the northern part of California, shown as an island ... Berry advertised his two-sheet world map in the "Term Catalogues" for June 1680 and then in the "London Gazette". It was available either in sheet form or to be 'bound in books or pasted on cloath at reasonable rates" (Shirley). Chubb describes Berry as a bookseller, geographer, and engraver, who was active between about 1670 and 1703. His most enduring partnership was with map-maker Robert Morden, and together they dealt in topographical works, prints, maps, charts and globes. Berry corrected and amended a set of maps of the World, described by Nicolas Sanson as here, which were issued separately between 1680 and 1689" as a collection they are known as the English Sanson and are very rare" (Chubb). "

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      • Berry (William) Encyclopœdia Heraldica, or Complete Dictionary of Heraldry, vol. 2 only (of 3), [1828]; and others similar (34)
        Jul. 05, 2022

        Berry (William) Encyclopœdia Heraldica, or Complete Dictionary of Heraldry, vol. 2 only (of 3), [1828]; and others similar (34)

        Est: £100 - £150

        NO RESERVE Berry (William) Encyclopœdia Heraldica, or Complete Dictionary of Heraldry, vol. 2 only (of 3), engraved vignette title, without letterpress title, scattered spotting, bookplate, modern morocco, gilt, [1828] § Les Grandes Heures de Jean Du de Berry, full-page illustrations, original cloth, slight bumping to spine extremities, slip-case, a little rubbed, 1971 § The Rohan Book of Hours, full-page illustrations, previous owner's ink inscription, original cloth, lightly sunned spine, slip-case, a little rubbed, 1973; and others similar, v.s. (34)

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      • Berry World Map, 1680
        Jan. 25, 2020

        Berry World Map, 1680

        Est: $5,000 - $8,000

        BERRY, William (1669-1708). A Mapp of All the World. Engraved map with original hand color in outline. London: Berry, 1680. 23 1/2" x 37" sheet. THE ENGLISH SANSON A fine world map showing all but the eastern coast of Australia, the eastern coast of New Zealand. William Berry's "A Mapp of all the World..." is a copy of the Sanson world map as published by Hubert Jaillot in 1674. Berry has patriotically marked the islands discovered by Drake just off Tierra del Fuego and has added New Albion in the northern part of California, shown as an island ... Berry advertised his two-sheet world map in the "Term Catalogues" for June 1680 and then in the "London Gazette". It was available either in sheet form or to be 'bound in books or pasted on cloath at reasonable rates" (Shirley). Chubb describes Berry as a bookseller, geographer, and engraver, who was active between about 1670 and 1703. His most enduring partnership was with map-maker Robert Morden, and together they dealt in topographical works, prints, maps, charts and globes. Berry corrected and amended a set of maps of the World, described by Nicolas Sanson as here, which were issued separately between 1680 and 1689" as a collection they are known as the English Sanson and are very rare" (Chubb). "

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      • Germany.- Berry (William) The Circle of Swabia..., [c. 1680s].
        Dec. 06, 2019

        Germany.- Berry (William) The Circle of Swabia..., [c. 1680s].

        Est: £120 - £180

        Germany.- Berry (William) The Circle of Swabia..., detailed regional map with Lake Constance in the lower centre, decorative title cartouche in the lower right corner, and with descriptive text in the upper margin, engraving with outline hand-colouring, on two sheets conjoined, sheet x 580 x 890 mm. (22 3/4 x 35 in), some minor nicks and tears, handling creases and surface dirt, unframed, [c. 1680s].

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      • Germany.- Berry (William) The Circle of Westphalia divided into all it's States and Soveranities, [c. 1680s].
        Dec. 06, 2019

        Germany.- Berry (William) The Circle of Westphalia divided into all it's States and Soveranities, [c. 1680s].

        Est: £120 - £180

        Germany.- Berry (William) The Circle of Westphalia divided into all it's States and Soveranities, engraved map with large title cartouche and descriptive text in the upper margin, on two sheets conjoined, total sheet 900 x 575 mm. (35 1/2 x 22 3/4 in), some handling creases, minor surface dirt, small marginal nicks and tears, unframed, [circa 1680s].

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      • (Map - England & Wales) A New Mapp of the Kingdome of England and Wales. Containing All the Cities, Market Towns, with the Roades, from Town to Town...
        Mar. 16, 2019

        (Map - England & Wales) A New Mapp of the Kingdome of England and Wales. Containing All the Cities, Market Towns, with the Roades, from Town to Town...

        Est: $700 - $850

        England & Wales. William Berry, A New Mapp of the Kingdome of England and Wales. Containing All the Cities, Market Towns, with the Roades, from Town to Town..., 1690 (circa). Hand Color. This densely detailed map shows all of the roads, post roads, cities and market towns throughout England and Wales, with distances between cities marked within small circles along each route. Berry appears to have copied John Adams' more decorative map from 1679. The columns flanking the map identify the county, market day, distance from London, and location on the map of hundreds of cities, as explained in the drape-style cartouche at bottom left. The lovely title cartouche features the Royal coat of arms. This is the second state with the dedication updated to honor William III. Printed on two sheets, joined as issued.

        Old World Auctions
      • Morden 1673 Virginia Map of English Plantations
        Jul. 14, 2018

        Morden 1673 Virginia Map of English Plantations

        Est: $7,000 - $8,000

        Robert Morden (d. 1703) and William Berry (fl. 1669-1708) : A NEW MAP OF THE ENGLISH PLANTATIONS IN AMERICA BOTH CONTINENTS AND ISLANDS, "Shewing their true Situation and distance from England or one with another. By Robert Morden, at the Atlas, in Cornhill nere the Royal Exchange, and William Berry at the Globe between York House and the New Exchange in the Strand, London." 1673, black and white line engraving with hand coloring on laid paper. Cartouche depicting Native American figures upper left; inset map upper right showing the true situation of the colonies in relation to Britain. 17" x 20 3/4" image; 17 1/2" x 21 1/2" sight, 28" x 32" frame. Ref. William C. Wooldridge, "Mapping Virginia," fig. 74 p. 82-83; Wooldridge states that this rare map is "the first general map of the American colonies." Private Middle Tennessee collection. (Additional high-resolution photos are available at www.caseantiques.com.)

        Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
      • Guernsey - Berry, William
        Jun. 19, 2018

        Guernsey - Berry, William

        Est: £150 - £200

        Guernsey - Berry, William The History of the Island of Guernsey. London: Longman [&c.], 1815. First edition, 4to [viii], [4], xx, 21-348, folding aquatint frontispiece, folding map, and 28 aquatint plates, 4pp. list of subscribers, contemporary calf, spine worn with some loss at head

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • Berry's Mapp of All the World
        Mar. 31, 2018

        Berry's Mapp of All the World

        Est: $6,000 - $9,000

        A Mapp of All the World. William Berry (1669-1708). Engraved map with original hand color in outline. London: William Berry, 1680. THE ENGLISH SANSON A fine world map showing all but the eastern coast of Australia, the eastern coast of New Zealand. William Berry’s ”A Mapp of all the World...” is a copy of the Sanson world map as published by Hubert Jaillot in 1674. Berry has patriotically marked the islands discovered by Drake just off Tierra del Fuego and has added New Albion in the northern part of California, shown as an island ... Berry advertised his two-sheet world map in the ""Term Catalogues"" for June 1680 and then in the ""London Gazette"". It was available either in sheet form or to be 'bound in books or pasted on cloath at reasonable rates"" (Shirley). Chubb describes Berry as a bookseller, geographer, and engraver, who was active between about 1670 and 1703. His most enduring partnership was with map-maker Robert Morden, and together they dealt in topographical works, prints, maps, charts and globes. Berry corrected and amended a set of maps of the World, described by Nicolas Sanson as here, which were issued separately between 1680 and 1689 ""as a collection they are known as the English Sanson"" and are very rare"" (Chubb). "

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      • Guernsey - Berry, William
        Feb. 14, 2018

        Guernsey - Berry, William

        Est: £200 - £300

        Guernsey - Berry, William The History of the Island of Guernsey. London: Longman [&c.], 1815. First edition, 4to [viii], [4], xx, 21-348, folding aquatint frontispiece, folding map, and 28 aquatint plates, 4pp. list of subscribers, contemporary calf, spine worn with some loss at head

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition
        Jun. 15, 2017

        William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition

        Est: £80 - £100

        William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition with Gilt Bowls and Ornate Chased Decoration to Stems. Hallmark London 1832. Maker W.T ( William Troby ) Each Spoon 8.5 Inches In Length.

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      • William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition
        Jun. 15, 2017

        William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition

        Est: £80 - £100

        William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition with Gilt Bowls and Ornate Chased Decoration to Stems. Hallmark London 1832. Maker W.T ( William Troby ) Each Spoon 8.5 Inches In Length.

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      • William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition with Gilt Bowls and Ornate Chased Decoration to Stems. Hallmark London 1832. Maker W.T ( William Troby ) Each Spoon 8.5 Inches In Length.
        May. 25, 2017

        William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition with Gilt Bowls and Ornate Chased Decoration to Stems. Hallmark London 1832. Maker W.T ( William Troby ) Each Spoon 8.5 Inches In Length.

        Est: £80 - £100

        William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition with Gilt Bowls and Ornate Chased Decoration to Stems. Hallmark London 1832. Maker W.T ( William Troby ) Each Spoon 8.5 Inches In Length.

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      • William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition with Gilt Bowls and Ornate Chased Decoration to Stems. Hallmark London 1832. Maker W.T ( William Troby ) Each Spoon 8.5 Inches In Length.
        May. 04, 2017

        William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition with Gilt Bowls and Ornate Chased Decoration to Stems. Hallmark London 1832. Maker W.T ( William Troby ) Each Spoon 8.5 Inches In Length.

        Est: £100 - £120

        William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition with Gilt Bowls and Ornate Chased Decoration to Stems. Hallmark London 1832. Maker W.T ( William Troby ) Each Spoon 8.5 Inches In Length.

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      • William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoon
        Apr. 13, 2017

        William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoon

        Est: £100 - £120

        William IV Fine Pair of Silver Berry / Fruit Spoons. In Wonderful Condition with Gilt Bowls and Ornate Chased Decoration to Stems. Hallmark London 1832. Maker W.T ( William Troby ) Each Spoon 8.5 Inches In Length.

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      • BERRY, WILLIAM. Fl.1669-1708. North America Divided into its Principall Parts where are distinguished the severall States which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. London: William Berry, [c. 1681].
        Sep. 20, 2016

        BERRY, WILLIAM. Fl.1669-1708. North America Divided into its Principall Parts where are distinguished the severall States which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. London: William Berry, [c. 1681].

        Est: $6,000 - $8,000

        BERRY, WILLIAM. Fl.1669-1708. North America Divided into its Principall Parts where are distinguished the severall States which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. London: William Berry, [c. 1681]. Engraved map on 2 joined sheets, hand-colored in outline, 563 x 888 mm. Light toning, two short tape repairs along lower edge just into image, small chips to corners. Matted and framed. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH OF SANSON AND JAILLOT'S LARGE 1674 MAP OF NORTH AMERICA, UPDATED TO INCLUDE THE NEWLY CREATED PENNSYLVANIA. "Pennsilvania" is named within the map and colored as a separate colony though no boundary lines are engraved and the name does not appear in the strip title (which is otherwise detailed). This indicates that the map was issued very shortly after the granting of William Penn's land charter in February, 1681. Philadelphia is not named. Burden suggests that this map may have been engraved by Hermann Moll, making it among the earliest examples of his work (Burden II:532). The Berry atlas is very rare on the market and this map equally scarce, only 3 examples have appeared at auction over the last 40 years. McCorkle 680.

        Bonhams
      • Sir William Petty and William Berry (1669-1708)A Map of Ireland and a Map of Munster, Connaught, Leinster and Ulster. From issued separately or as a collection to be included in composite atlases of the day. 560 x 440. Abl 24(i). (4)
        Dec. 15, 2015

        Sir William Petty and William Berry (1669-1708)A Map of Ireland and a Map of Munster, Connaught, Leinster and Ulster. From issued separately or as a collection to be included in composite atlases of the day. 560 x 440. Abl 24(i). (4)

        Est: €1,200 - €1,800

        Sir William Petty and William Berry (1669-1708)A Map of Ireland and a Map of Munster, Connaught, Leinster and Ulster. From issued separately or as a collection to be included in composite atlases of the day. 560 x 440. Abl 24(i). (4)

        Adam's
      • BERRY, WILLIAM. Fl.1669-1708. North America Divided into its Principall Parts where are distinguished the severall States which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. London: William Berry, c. 1681.
        Apr. 14, 2012

        BERRY, WILLIAM. Fl.1669-1708. North America Divided into its Principall Parts where are distinguished the severall States which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. London: William Berry, c. 1681.

        Est: $10,000 - $15,000

        North America Divided into its Principall Parts where are distinguished the severall States which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. London: William Berry, c. 1681. Engraved map on 2 joined sheets, hand-colored in outline, 563 x 888 mm. Very pale even toning, two short tape repairs along lower edge just into image, small chips to corners and 2 to top edge (not crossing neat line), matted and framed. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH OF SANSON AND JAILLOT'S LARGE 1674 MAP OF NORTH AMERICA, UPDATED TO INCLUDE THE NEWLY CREATED PENNSYLVANIA. "Pennsilvania" is named within the map and colored as a separate colony though no boundary lines are engraved and the name does not appear in the strip title (which is otherwise detailed). This indicates that the map was issued very shortly after the granting of William Penn's land charter in February, 1681. Philadelphia is not named. Burden suggests that this map may have been engraved by Hermann Moll, making it among the earliest examples of his work. Very rare at auction, just 3 copies in the last 20 years. Burden II:532; McCorkle 680.

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      • BERRY, WILLIAM. Fl. 1669-1708. North America Divided into its Principall Parts where are distinguished the severall States which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. London: William Berry, c. 1681.
        Jun. 22, 2011

        BERRY, WILLIAM. Fl. 1669-1708. North America Divided into its Principall Parts where are distinguished the severall States which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. London: William Berry, c. 1681.

        Est: $10,000 - $15,000

        North America Divided into its Principall Parts where are distinguished the severall States which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. London: William Berry, c. 1681. Copper-engraved map on 2 joined sheets, hand-colored in outline, 563 x 888 mm. Very pale even toning, two short tape repairs along lower edge just into image, small chips to corners and 2 to top edge (not crossing neat line), matted and framed. Large, first edition in English of Sanson and Jaillot's 1674 map of North America, updated to include the newly formed Pennsylvania. "Pennsilvania" is named within the map and colored as a separate colony though no boundary lines are engraved and the name does not appear in the strip title (which is otherwise detailed). This indicates that the map was issued very shortly after the granting of William Penn's land charter in February, 1681. Philadelphia is not named. Burden suggests that this map may have been engraved by Hermann Moll, making it among the earliest examples of his work. Very rare at auction—as is any separately issued 17th century English-language map of North America. Burden II:532; McCorkle 680. See illustration.

        Bonhams
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