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        • Goos Map of the Caribbean
          Jun. 24, 2023

          Goos Map of the Caribbean

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          GOOS, Pieter (1616-1675). [Lesser Antilles] Pascaert Vande Caribes Eylanden Gedrucket t'Amsterdam. Engraved map with original hand color. Amsterdam, 1666. 23 3/8" x 24 3/4" sheet. Fine seventeenth century sea chart of the islands of the Caribbean, including Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and the Lesser Antilles.

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        • Pieter Goos - 17th Century Map of the Caribbean
          May. 20, 2023

          Pieter Goos - 17th Century Map of the Caribbean

          Est: $600 - $900

          Pieter Goos (ca. 1616-1675), Pascaerte Van Westindien De Vaste Kusten En de Eylanden, Amsterdam, circa 1666, in Goos's De Zee Atlas ofte Water-Weereld, engraving on laid paper, sight 17-1/2 x 21-1/2 in.; painted frame with gilt corner highlights, 27-1/4 x 30-3/4 in. Provenance: Collection of Jean and Jim Barrow

          Brunk Auctions
        • (Map - Lesser Antilles) Pascaert vande Caribes Eylanden
          Mar. 08, 2023

          (Map - Lesser Antilles) Pascaert vande Caribes Eylanden

          Est: $900 - $1,100

          Lesser Antilles. Pieter Goos, Pascaert vande Caribes Eylanden, from Zee-Atlas Aquatique de Mer, 1666 (circa). Hand Color. A fine sea chart with north oriented to the right by a central compass rose. It depicts the islands of Puerto Rico to Trinidad & Tobago and the northern coast of South America, with all of the small islands in between. A pair of galleons and a decorative cartouche grace the map.

          Old World Auctions
        • (Map - Colonial New England & Mid-Atlantic United States) Pas Caerte van Nieu Nederlandt en de Engelsche Virginies Van Cabo Cod tot Cabo Canrick
          Mar. 08, 2023

          (Map - Colonial New England & Mid-Atlantic United States) Pas Caerte van Nieu Nederlandt en de Engelsche Virginies Van Cabo Cod tot Cabo Canrick

          Est: $7,000 - $8,500

          Goos' Gorgeous Chart of the Mid-Atlantic & New England. Colonial New England & Mid-Atlantic United States. Pieter Goos, Pas Caerte van Nieu Nederlandt en de Engelsche Virginies Van Cabo Cod tot Cabo Canrick, from De Zee Atlas ofte Water-Weereld, 1666 (dated). Hand Color. This attractive chart of the Atlantic coast extends from the Outer Banks of North Carolina to Boston Harbor and Cape Cod. It is nearly identical to a chart issued 5 years earlier by Joannes van Loon, which itself resembles a chart by Hendrick Doncker published in 1660. The chart presents good detail of the coastlines in the Chesapeake and Delaware bays, along with improvements to the New Jersey coastline including its outer sandbanks and the correct positioning of Cape Cod. Many important place names are located including James Towne, Manhates ofte Nieu Amsterdam, Staten Eylandt and Patuxet of New Pleymont. Rood Eylant is prominently depicted in Narragansett Bay. Burden notes that while the English controlled the region at the time of publication, the chart continues to use Dutch names (likely a byproduct of Goos copying van Loon's earlier work). The chart is finely embellished with compass roses, sailing ships, and two allegorical cartouches.

          Old World Auctions
        • PIETER GOOS, PASKAERTE ZYNDE T'OOSTERDEEL VAN OOST INDIEN, MET ALLE DE EYLANDEN DAER ONTRENDT GELEEGEN VAN C.COMORIN TOTA AEN LAPAN,...
          Nov. 10, 2022

          PIETER GOOS, PASKAERTE ZYNDE T'OOSTERDEEL VAN OOST INDIEN, MET ALLE DE EYLANDEN DAER ONTRENDT GELEEGEN VAN C.COMORIN TOTA AEN LAPAN,...

          Est: $400 - $600

          PIETER GOOS, PASKAERTE ZYNDE T'OOSTERDEEL VAN OOST INDIEN, MET ALLE DE EYLANDEN DAER ONTRENDT GELEEGEN VAN C.COMORIN TOTA AEN LAPAN, ENGRAVING, 45 X 55CM, FRAME SIZE: 73 X 83CM PROVENANCE: THE NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK ART COLLECTION

          Leonard Joel
        • GOOS, PIETER. 1616-1675. Orbis Terrarum Nova et accuratissima tabula. Nieuwe Werelt Kaert. Amsterdam: Pieter Goos, [1666 or later].
          Oct. 25, 2022

          GOOS, PIETER. 1616-1675. Orbis Terrarum Nova et accuratissima tabula. Nieuwe Werelt Kaert. Amsterdam: Pieter Goos, [1666 or later].

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          GOOS, PIETER. 1616-1675. Orbis Terrarum Nova et accuratissima tabula. Nieuwe Werelt Kaert. Amsterdam: Pieter Goos, [1666 or later]. Hand-colored map heightened in gold, 445 x 550 mm, framed. Later hand-coloring over early, centerfold repair and reinforcement, repaired tear near Antarctic Circle in right hemisphere, two tiny wormholes in lower portion below hemispheres, generous margins, no text on verso. Elaborate double-hemisphere world map featuring California as an Island from Goos' marine atlas, Zee-Atlas, considered by Shirley 'to be among the finest printed at the time.' The spandrels fully decorated with the top portion centered with the sun emerging from clouds, its beams pushing forcefully in all directions, a flock of birds fills the remaining space, two cartouches, one Latin surrounded by 2 eagles, the other in Dutch surrounded by 4 fish, the lower portion with a group of figures representing the four seasons, the 2 sides containing heads of four winds among clouds, north and south poles in lower corners. Shirley World 438.

          Bonhams
        • (Map - Britain) Pas-Caart vant Canaal Vertoonende in 't Gheheel Engelandt, Schotlandt, Yrlandt...
          Oct. 13, 2022

          (Map - Britain) Pas-Caart vant Canaal Vertoonende in 't Gheheel Engelandt, Schotlandt, Yrlandt...

          Est: $1,500 - $1,800

          Britain. Pieter Goos, Pas-Caart vant Canaal Vertoonende in 't Gheheel Engelandt, Schotlandt, Yrlandt..., 1675 (dated). Hand Color. This uncommon sea chart covers all of Britain and Ireland as well as the northern coast of France with north oriented to the right. The coastlines are filled with place names and the surrounding waters include soundings, shoals, fishing banks, sand bars, and other navigational hazards. The chart is decorated by two banner cartouches, two compass roses, rhumb lines, and the royal arms of each country. Pieter Goos was one of Amsterdam’s most prominent publishers of nautical charts. The reputation of his firm was matched only by that of the publishing houses of Blaeu and van Keulen and his maritime atlas of the world was one of the most complete sea atlases published prior to the appearance of Van Keulen’s Zee-Fakkel in the 1680s. The Zee-Atlas was often published with Blaeu's Atlas Maior, the most lavish and expensive cartographic publication of the period.

          Old World Auctions
        • GOOS MAP OF EAST AFRICA & ARABIA, PASCAERTE VAN 'T WESTELYCKE DEEL VAN OOST INDIEN
          Sep. 24, 2022

          GOOS MAP OF EAST AFRICA & ARABIA, PASCAERTE VAN 'T WESTELYCKE DEEL VAN OOST INDIEN

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          GOOS, Pieter (1616-1675). [Arabia and East Africa] Pascaerte van 't Westelycke Deel van Oost Indien, van Cabo de Bona Esperanca, tot C. Comorin. Engraved map with original hand color in part, partially heightened in gold. Amsterdam, 1666. 21 1/2" x 25 1/2" sheet. Goos' stunning, hand colored map depicts an area from the Cape of Good Hope to India. In addition to showing all of East Africa from the cape to Egypt, the map shows ARABIA COMPLETE, the Arabia and Persian Gulf, and a large part of the Indian Ocean.

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        • LE GRAND & NOUVEAU MIROIR OU FLAMBEAU, DE LA MER CONTENANT LA DESCRIPTION DE TOUTES LES COSTES MARINES OCCIDENTALLES & SEPTENTRIONNALLES [...]. TRADUICT DE FLAMAN EN FRANÇOIS PAR PAUL YVOUNET.
          Jun. 18, 2022

          LE GRAND & NOUVEAU MIROIR OU FLAMBEAU, DE LA MER CONTENANT LA DESCRIPTION DE TOUTES LES COSTES MARINES OCCIDENTALLES & SEPTENTRIONNALLES [...]. TRADUICT DE FLAMAN EN FRANÇOIS PAR PAUL YVOUNET.

          Est: €20,000 - €30,000

          Folio: engr. title, [40], 224 pp. (i.e. 124, erroneous pagination 217-224 instead of 117-124), 33 coloured maps on double-page (maps expertly underlaid with thin Japan paper, partly trimmed to platemark or neatline, 2 maps trimmed into illustration, some very small marginal tears without loss, ca. 15 maps with additional rhumb lines in red pencil, paper partly and slightly toned). - Very rare 3rd French edition (unknown to Koeman and Phillips!) of this fine maritime atlas. Complete copy opening on a richly illustrated engraved frontispiece (the same as in the earlier Dutch editions from 1650 onwards) with the title printed on a pasted slip, and containing 33 hand-coloured engraved sea charts on double-pages. - As in the 1st French edition of 1662, ours consists of an introduction on navigation illustrated with 35 woodcut diagrams and 2 volvelles with movable parts, and 4 chapters with numerous woodcut coastal profiles and 3 dito plans in the text next to 33 large copper-engraved naval charts figuring the coasts of Europe (with a part of Africa and Greenland), Holland, Flanders, England, Ireland, France, Galicia, Portugal, Gibraltar, Barbaria, Madeira, the Canary Islands and Cabo Verde. All the maps (2 dated 1666) with irregular numbering but corresponding to the index. - Pieter Goos (1616-1675) copied his "Lichtende Columne ofte Zee-Spiegel" after Theunis Jacobsz' atlas of 1644. Each edition with French text is only known by 1 copy: Koeman lists those of 1662 and 1671 with 33 maps, 1667 with 60 maps and 1672 with 59 maps. - Ref. Not in Koeman, Phillips, Shirley (British Library), STCN.

          Arenberg Auctions
        • Baltics.- Goos (Pieter) Pas-caart van de Oost zee verthoonende alle de ghelegntheydet tusschen t Eÿlandt Rugen end Wÿborg..., 1669.
          Apr. 21, 2022

          Baltics.- Goos (Pieter) Pas-caart van de Oost zee verthoonende alle de ghelegntheydet tusschen t Eÿlandt Rugen end Wÿborg..., 1669.

          Est: £300 - £400

          Baltics.- Goos (Pieter) Pas-caart van de Oost zee verthoonende alle de ghelegntheydet tusschen t Eÿlandt Rugen end Wÿborg..., sea chart centred on the Baltic sea showing part of the eastern coast of Sweden, and part of the coastlines of Poland, Latvia, Estonia, and Finland, with figurative cartouche, compass roses, sailing ship and coat-of-arms, engraving with hand-colouring, on thick laid paper, central vertical fold with careful repairs verso, some surface dirt and browning, unframed, 1669.

          Forum Auctions - UK
        • Goos, Pieter: Caarte voor een gedeelte der Canarise Eylanden
          Apr. 06, 2022

          Goos, Pieter: Caarte voor een gedeelte der Canarise Eylanden

          Est: €600 - €750

          Goos, Pieter. Caarte voor een gedeelte der Canarise Eylanden als Canaria, Tenerifa, Forteventura, etc. Teilkolorierte Kupferstichkarte. 42,5 x 53 cm. Um 1650. -- Ausstellung La Laguna, 2008, Islas Canarias, S. 21. – Seltene, nordwestorientierte Seekarte, die mittig die Kanarischen Inseln zeigt. Oben rechts eine Insetkarte von der Insel Lanzerote, die die Gegend von "Porto de Cavallos" und "Porto de Naos" abbildet. – Etwas gebräunt und fleckig. In den Seitenrändern mit verblassten Feuchtigkeitsrändern. Im unteren Rand mit kleinem Einriss (außerhalb der Darstellung).

          Galerie Bassenge
        • (Map - Lesser Antilles) Pascaert vande Caribes Eylanden
          Mar. 15, 2022

          (Map - Lesser Antilles) Pascaert vande Caribes Eylanden

          Est: $1,000 - $1,300

          Lesser Antilles. Pieter Goos, Pascaert vande Caribes Eylanden, from Zee-Atlas Aquatique de Mer, 1666 (circa). Hand Color. A fine sea chart with north oriented to the right by a central compass rose. It depicts the islands of Puerto Rico to Trinidad & Tobago and the northern coast of South America, with all of the small islands in between. A pair of galleons and a decorative cartouche grace the map.

          Old World Auctions
        • Pieter Goos - Nieuwe Werelt Kaert - 1994 Offset Lithograph 18" x 22"
          Jan. 11, 2022

          Pieter Goos - Nieuwe Werelt Kaert - 1994 Offset Lithograph 18" x 22"

          Est: $50 - $150

          "Nieuwe Werelt Kaert" by Pieter Goos, 1994 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 18 x 22 inches, with an image size of 18 x 22 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Offset lithograph reproduction of the original copperplate engraving by Pieter Goos in 1676. Published by Bruce McGaw Graphics.

          DUMBO Auctions
        • Pieter Goos (1616-1675) - De cust van Zeelandt
          Dec. 17, 2021

          Pieter Goos (1616-1675) - De cust van Zeelandt

          Est: €80 - €120

          Pieter Goos (1616-1675) De cust van Zeelandt, begrypende in sich de gaten als van de Wielingen, ter Veere, Ziericzee, Brouwershaven, Goeree, en de Maes, kopergravure deels ingekleurd uit 1672. (B) 43.5 x 54 / 65 x 74 cm

          Veilinghuis Onder de Boompjes
        • Pieter Goos coastal map
          Sep. 30, 2021

          Pieter Goos coastal map

          Est: $2,500 - $3,500

          Pieter Goos Pas caerte van Nieu Nederlandt en de Engelsche Virginies van Cabo Cod tot Cabo Canrick Virginia coastal map, ca. 1666, from De Zee Atlas, after Water-Wereld, illustrates the Atlantic coast of America from Cape Cod to Cape Hatteras, with an emphasis on the Dutch colony of New Netherland, 17 1/4" x 21 1/2". Competitive in-house shipping is available for this lot.

          Pook & Pook Inc.
        • Pieter Goos (1616-1675) - De cust van Zeelandt, begrypende in sich de ga
          Sep. 24, 2021

          Pieter Goos (1616-1675) - De cust van Zeelandt, begrypende in sich de ga

          Est: €150 - €250

          Pieter Goos (1616-1675) De cust van Zeelandt, begrypende in sich de gaten als van de Wielingen, ter Veere, Ziericzee, Brouwershaven, Goeree, en de Maes, kopergravure deels ingekleurd uit 1672. (B) 43.5 x 54 / 65 x 74 cm Starting Bid: € 120

          Veilinghuis Onder de Boompjes
        • GOOS, PIETER - Caribbean Islands Sea Chart 1666
          Jul. 17, 2021

          GOOS, PIETER - Caribbean Islands Sea Chart 1666

          Est: $1,500 - $1,750

          Amsterdam: 1666. Engraved sea chart, period hand-colouring in outline. Sheet size: 21 1/2 x 25 inches. Minor age toning. Fine seventeenth century sea chart of the islands of the Caribbean, including Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and the Lesser Antilles. The seventeenth century was the Golden Age of Dutch mapmaking. As the world's greatest trading nation, marine cartography was a particular specialty, and no one produced more lavish sea charts than Pieter Goos. Famed for its beauty, Koeman notes that Goos' sea-atlas was more intended for the booklover than for the seaman. Finely drawn and engraved, printed on top quality paper, and beautifully coloured, they were intended more for the merchant collector than the practical mariner. Goos' Zee-Atlas was the companion marine atlas of choice for Blaeu's famous terrestrial atlas, the Atlas Maior. Pieter Goos was one of Amsterdams most prominent publishers of nautical charts. The reputation of his firm was matched only by that of the publishing houses of Blaeu and van Keulen (Putnam). This fine chart depicts the islands of the Antilles and the northern coast of South America. It is oriented with west to the top of the map. The map is decorated with a compass rose, as well as a pair of galleons and a decorative cartouche.

          Donald Heald Auctions
        • Pieter Goos (1616-1675)
          Jun. 18, 2021

          Pieter Goos (1616-1675)

          Est: €250 - €350

          Pieter Goos (1616-1675) De cust van Zeelandt, begrypende in sich de gaten als van de Wielingen, ter Veere, Ziericzee, Brouwershaven, Goeree, en de Maes, kopergravure deels ingekleurd uit 1672. (B) 43.5 x 54 / 65 x 74 cm

          Veilinghuis Onder de Boompjes
        • GOOS Pieter (c. 1616 - 1675)
          May. 18, 2021

          GOOS Pieter (c. 1616 - 1675)

          Est: €15,000 - €25,000

          GOOS Pieter (c. 1616 - 1675) « West-Indische Paskaert … Gedruckt t’ Amsterdam Bij Pieter Goos Op ‘t Water inde Vers gulde Zee-Spiegel » rare et exceptionnelle carte marine imprimée et aquarellée sur vélin collé sur panneau, s'étendant principalement de l’Amérique du Sud au Groenland et du Cap de Bonne-Espérance à la Hollande. Imprimée par Pieter Goos à Amsterdam. Ecole hollandaise. Epoque : XVIIème. (* et **). Dim. :+/-80x98,5cm. Cette carte marine est un document scientifique de premier ordre qui marque une étape importante dans l’histoire de la cartographie marine au XVIIème siècle. Elle est l’une des premières cartes générales des eaux américaines réellement utile pour la navigation tirée sur vélin car plus durable que le papier pour être utilisée en mer. Cette carte a probablement servi pendant de nombreuses décennies comme carte maîtresse de la Compagnie néerlandaise des Indes occidentales pour l'Amérique du Nord, les Caraïbes et l'Amérique du Sud. Les cartes marines imprimées sur vélin sont extrêmement rares sur le marché. En raison de sa solidité, le vélin a été pendant de nombreuses années le support idéal pour une utilisation en mer et pratiquement tous les exemples encore conservés aujourd’hui ont été utilisés à cette fin. Elles pouvaient être utilisées plusieurs fois tout en y traçant des pistes propres à chaque voyage. Ces traces pouvaient être effacées après une expédition afin de retrouver un exemplaire vierge pour le prochain départ. En revanche, les cartes marines sur papier de cette époque étaient généralement liées à des atlas utilisés par les marchands, les banquiers et autres personnes travaillant à terre. Lorsqu'elles étaient utilisées en mer, elles n'avaient pas la longévité d'une carte en vélin. Aujourd’hui, ces cartes sont particulièrement prisées par les collectionneurs et les institutions, car elles étaient les outils de navigation réellement employés en mer par les marins lors des voyages de découverte, lors des expéditions commerciales ou lors des batailles navales. Un exemplaire similaire sur vélin est conservé à la Bibliothèque Nationale de Pologne à Varsovie. Trois exemplaires similaires sur papier sont conservés au Scheepvaart Museum à Amsterdam, au Musée maritime de Rotterdam; et à la British Admiralty Library.

          Vanderkindere
        • A PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY PEDESTAL CABINETS, GEORGE IV (1936-1952) PERIOD,
          Nov. 14, 2020

          A PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY PEDESTAL CABINETS, GEORGE IV (1936-1952) PERIOD,

          Est: $600 - $900

          A PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY PEDESTAL CABINETS, GEORGE IV (1936-1952) PERIOD, each reproduction in the George III taste, of Neoclassical sarcophagus form, the rectangular top centering curly mahogany and line inlay, over cavetto molding, above a quadruple crotched inlaid wide frize, surmounting a single drawer over a single door, flanked by curly mahogany inlaid sides, and canted stiles, terminating in a conforming, step molded plinth base. Height: 44 1/4" Width: 18" Depth: 19 3/4"

          Houston Auction Company
        • Africa.- Goos (Pieter) Pas-Caart van Guinea en den Custen daer aen gelegen van Cabo verde tot Cabo de Bona Esperanca, [1666].
          Oct. 08, 2020

          Africa.- Goos (Pieter) Pas-Caart van Guinea en den Custen daer aen gelegen van Cabo verde tot Cabo de Bona Esperanca, [1666].

          Est: £200 - £300

          Africa.- Goos (Pieter) Pas-Caart van Guinea en den Custen daer aen gelegen van Cabo verde tot Cabo de Bona Esperanca, coastal chart of West Africa from Cape Verde to the Cape of Good Hope, north oriented to the left, ornate title cartouche upper left, 2 compass roses and rhum lines, engraved chart on laid paper with armorial watermark, sheet 450 x 570 mm (17 3/4 x 22 1/2 in), old faint folds and handling creases, some surface dirt and browning, unframed, [Amsterdam, 1666]

          Forum Auctions - UK
        • AN ANTIQUE MAP, "Orientaliora Indiarum Orientalium cum Insulus Adjacentibus a Promotorio C. Comoria ad Japan," AMSTERDAM, 1675-1680,
          Dec. 08, 2019

          AN ANTIQUE MAP, "Orientaliora Indiarum Orientalium cum Insulus Adjacentibus a Promotorio C. Comoria ad Japan," AMSTERDAM, 1675-1680,

          Est: $350 - $550

          AN ANTIQUE MAP, "Orientaliora Indiarum Orientalium cum Insulus Adjacentibus a Promotorio C. Comoria ad Japan," AMSTERDAM, 1675-1680, hand color engraving on paper, a page fragment from Tabulae maritimae ofte Zee-Kaarten originally published by Frederick de Witt (1630-1704), after Pieter Goos (1616-1675), modern day territories of Australia, China, India, Laos, Taiwan, Korea, the Philippines and Indonesia overlaid with with rhumb lines and two compass roses, a lower figural cartouche of a Dutch merchant standing among a trade goods and symbols of wealth including a Ming dynasty double gourd vase, Korean celadon bottleneck vase, multi color silks, birdcages, monkeys, tobacco pipe smoker, an African attendant holding a parasol hung with grotto garland fantasy, a courtesan with lady in waiting holding a fan, and figures atop the roof, one strapped with a keris dagger. 17 1/2" x 21 1/2" Provenance: Property from a Corporate Art Collection.

          Houston Auction Company
        • West Indies.- Goos (Pieter) Pascaerte van Westindien de Vaste Kusten en de Eylanden, [c. 1666].
          Dec. 06, 2019

          West Indies.- Goos (Pieter) Pascaerte van Westindien de Vaste Kusten en de Eylanden, [c. 1666].

          Est: £700 - £900

          West Indies.- Goos (Pieter) Pascaerte van Westindien de Vaste Kusten en de Eylanden, map of the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean, based on Hessel Gerritsz' map of from 1631, with inset map of the northern coast of Cuba in the lower left corner, from 'De Zee-Atlas', engraving with hand-colouring on laid paper with watermark of an armorial device surmounted by a fleur-de-lis, platemark 445 x 540 mm. (17 1/2 x 21 1/4 in), sheet 455 x 575 mm. (18 x 23 5/8 in), central vertical fold reinforced verso with repairs to splitting, scattered spotting, browning, and surface dirt, unframed, [Amsterdam, circa 1666].

          Forum Auctions - UK
        • GOOS, Pieter (1616-1675). Pas-Caart vant Canaal vertoonende int Gheheel...
          Jun. 05, 2019

          GOOS, Pieter (1616-1675). Pas-Caart vant Canaal vertoonende int Gheheel...

          Est: £600 - £900

          GOOS, Pieter (1616-1675). Pas-Caart vant Canaal vertoonende int Gheheel Engelandt, Schotlandt, Yrlandt. Amsterdam: 1669. Rare and striking sea chart of the British Isles, centred on the Isle of Man, and oriented with west to the top. Koeman IV, M.Goos 27 (variant of map 41). Double-page engraved map, coloured in outline by a contemporary hand and with royal coat of arms heightened in gold, west to top, decorated 2 coloured compass roses, 4 armorial shields of France, England, Scotland and Ireland, one scale and 2 title cartouches, 446 x 550mm (plate mark), 475 x 562mm (sheet).

          Christie's
        • GOOS, Pieter (1615/1616-1675). Orbis Terrarum Nova et accuratissima tabula....
          Jun. 05, 2019

          GOOS, Pieter (1615/1616-1675). Orbis Terrarum Nova et accuratissima tabula....

          Est: £6,000 - £8,000

          GOOS, Pieter (1615/1616-1675). Orbis Terrarum Nova et accuratissima tabula. Nieuwe Werelt Kaert. [Amsterdam: 1666 or later]. Very rare double-hemisphere world map, from Pieter Goos' maritime atlas, 'the finest printed at the time' (Shirley). This map's predecessors were the world maps published by Visscher and Blaeu - in fact Goos' atlases were often added to Blaeu's Atlas Maior as a maritime supplement. The spandrels are fully decorated, the upper filled with a flock of birds – including a Goose – flying across sunbeams illuminating the world through parted clouds, the lower with anthropomorphic representations of the four seasons. Only 3 copies can be traced at auction since 1975 (ABPC/RBH). Koeman IV, Goos 1 (1); Shirley World 438 ('expertly engraved hemispheres'). Engraved double-hemisphere world map, coloured by a contemporary hand, verso blank, titles in Latin and Dutch in top left- and right-hand roundels with borders of birds and fishes respectively, north and south poles to lower left- and right-hand corners, California as an island with a flat-topped northern coastline with island of 'Anian' to its north, decorative spandrels, heads of the four winds in surrounding cloudscape, 444 x 541mm (plate mark), 482 x 572mm (sheet).

          Christie's
        • GOOS, Pieter (1616-1675). L’Atlas de la Mer ou Monde aquaticque...
          Jun. 05, 2019

          GOOS, Pieter (1616-1675). L’Atlas de la Mer ou Monde aquaticque...

          Est: £70,000 - £100,000

          GOOS, Pieter (1616-1675). L’Atlas de la Mer ou Monde aquaticque représentant toutes les costes maritimes. Amsterdam: Pieter Goos, 1670. A sumptuous copy, beautifully hand-coloured and heightened with gold by a contemporary artist. Hendrik Doncker was the originator of this form of sea-atlas and most of Goos’s charts were copied from him. Koeman observes (IV, p.193) that the publisher hardly varied the content of the many editions which appeared between 1666 and 1683. Our copy may be one of those sold by the Amsterdam bookbinder Albertus Magnus, following Goos’s death in 1675, as Koeman notes that ‘These copies are famous for their outstanding colour’. In fact, the very effective use of colouring led Koeman to conjecture that Goos’s sea-atlas was ‘more intended for the book-lover than for the seaman’. There are some very striking maps, including an interesting depiction of Hudson's Bay just prior to the formation of the Hudson's Bay Company (Burden I, 386). Also included are 2 maps of the New Netherlands. One is of the eastern seaboard from Boston Harbor to Cape Hatteras (Burden I, 387). The other, 'Paskaerte van de Zuyd en Noordt Revier in Nieu Nederlandt,' of the Dutch and Swedish colonies, 'is the rarest of the Goos charts of North America' (Burden I, 388), and was most probably issued separately, and only added to the atlas as a supplementary chart. Koeman IV, Goos 2C; NMM III(1), 96; Shirley BL M.GOOS-2f. Tall folio (520 x 320mm). Engraved title and 40 plates, all with contemporary hand-colouring and heightened with gold, one folding, the rest double-page, mounted on guards (title short at fore-edge and presumably supplied, also a little soiled and frayed at margins). Contemporary vellum, central lozenge in blind frame with small acorn at angles, uncut (light scratch marks, spine a little worn at foot, corners bumped).

          Christie's
        • (Map - Southeastern England, London, Thames River) Pascaarte van Engelant van t' Voorlandt tot aen Blakeney waer in te Sien is de Mont vande Teemse
          Jun. 01, 2019

          (Map - Southeastern England, London, Thames River) Pascaarte van Engelant van t' Voorlandt tot aen Blakeney waer in te Sien is de Mont vande Teemse

          Est: $600 - $750

          Southeastern England, London, Thames River. Pieter Goos, Pascaarte van Engelant van t' Voorlandt tot aen Blakeney waer in te Sien is de Mont vande Teemse, 1666 (circa). Hand Color. This uncommon sea chart spans the southeastern coast of England from the mouth of the Thames to Norfolk. It is inset with a map continuing the course of the Thames to London. Both the main and inset charts feature decorative title cartouches, rhumb lines, anchorages, and soundings. There are two fleur-de-lis capped compass roses and a sailing ship in the North Sea. Pieter Goos was one of Amsterdam’s most prominent publishers of nautical charts. The reputation of his firm was matched only by that of the publishing houses of Blaeu and van Keulen and his maritime atlas of the world was one of the most complete sea atlases published prior to the appearance of Van Keulen’s Zee-Fakkel in the 1680s. The Zee-Atlas was often published with Blaeu's Atlas Maior, the most lavish and expensive cartographic publication of the period.

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        • (Map - Southeast England, London, Thames River) Pascaarte van Engelant van t' Voorlandt tot aen Blakeney waer in te Sien is de Mont vande Teemse
          Jan. 12, 2019

          (Map - Southeast England, London, Thames River) Pascaarte van Engelant van t' Voorlandt tot aen Blakeney waer in te Sien is de Mont vande Teemse

          Est: $750 - $900

          Pieter Goos. Pascaarte van Engelant van t' Voorlandt tot aen Blakeney waer in te Sien is de Mont vande Teemse. This uncommon sea chart spans the southeastern coast of England from the mouth of the Thames to Norfolk. It is inset with a map continuing the course of the Thames to London. Both the main and inset charts feature decorative title cartouches, rhumb lines, anchorages, and soundings. There are two fleur-de-lis capped compass roses and a sailing ship in the North Sea. Pieter Goos was one of Amsterdam’s most prominent publishers of nautical charts. The reputation of his firm was matched only by that of the publishing houses of Blaeu and van Keulen and his maritime atlas of the world was one of the most complete sea atlases published prior to the appearance of Van Keulen’s Zee-Fakkel in the 1680s. The Zee-Atlas was often published with Blaeu's Atlas Maior, the most lavish and expensive cartographic publication of the period.

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        • Loots & Good Map of the Americas
          Nov. 18, 2017

          Loots & Good Map of the Americas

          Est: $45,000 - $65,000

          West Indische Paskaert. Johannes Loots (c. 1665-1726) & Pieter Goos (1615-1675) Engraved map with original hand color. Amsterdam: Joannes Loot, [ca. 1695]. 33 2/8 x 39 6/8 inches sheet, 42 x 49 inches framed. An exceptionally fine engraved map of the Atlantic Ocean This is the Johannes Loots state of Willem Blaeus second West Indische Paskaert (ca. 1630), a map of landmark importance, being the first sea chart relating to North America to use Gerard Mercators projection. It is probable that the sea chart was originally intended for the sole use of the Dutch West India Company and the map shows the area chartered to the Company in 1621. The latest geographical information included is derived from the voyage of the Admiral LHermite to Tierra del Fuego between 1623 and 1626. The map extends from Ireland to New-Foundland in the north and to the Cape of Good Hope and Rio de la Plata in the south, and from the Gulf of Mexico in the west to Greece in the east. An inset map in the interior of South America shows that part of the continent which could not be included in the main map. Even by the latter part of the seventeenth century, this map remained enormously important for Western navigation to Brazil, because it was only in 1685 that the first charts of the Brazilian coast were published by Robijn. Schilder, Monumenta, Vol. IV, p.114, 63.4; Burden, The Mapping of North America, Map 233, State 4

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        • PIETER GOOS, 1615-1675, AmsterdamPas-caart vant canaalVestoonende int gheheel Englandt, Schotlandt, Yrkandt,1669A seachart of Ireland, England and Scotland Hand coloured engraving. 515 x 610mm
          Feb. 08, 2016

          PIETER GOOS, 1615-1675, AmsterdamPas-caart vant canaalVestoonende int gheheel Englandt, Schotlandt, Yrkandt,1669A seachart of Ireland, England and Scotland Hand coloured engraving. 515 x 610mm

          Est: €150 - €200

          PIETER GOOS, 1615-1675, AmsterdamPas-caart vant canaalVestoonende int gheheel Englandt, Schotlandt, Yrkandt,1669A seachart of Ireland, England and Scotland Hand coloured engraving. 515 x 610mm

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        • Pieter Goos (1615-1675)A Chart of Ireland and the Irish Sea (1673)“Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1673.” (1675).
          Dec. 15, 2015

          Pieter Goos (1615-1675)A Chart of Ireland and the Irish Sea (1673)“Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1673.” (1675).

          Est: €250 - €350

          Pieter Goos (1615-1675)A Chart of Ireland and the Irish Sea (1673)“Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1673.” (1675). Verso blank. 550 x 445.

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        • Pieter Goos (1615-1675)“Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1669.” (1669). Verso blank. 550 x 445.
          Dec. 15, 2015

          Pieter Goos (1615-1675)“Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1669.” (1669). Verso blank. 550 x 445.

          Est: €250 - €350

          Pieter Goos (1615-1675)“Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1669.” (1669). Verso blank. 550 x 445.

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        • Pieter Goos (1615-1675)A Chart of Ireland and the Irish Sea “Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1666.” This is ident
          Dec. 15, 2015

          Pieter Goos (1615-1675)A Chart of Ireland and the Irish Sea “Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1666.” This is ident

          Est: €250 - €350

          Pieter Goos (1615-1675)A Chart of Ireland and the Irish Sea “Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1666.” This is identical with the previous state but two small compass roses have been added in the sea to the right of centre, pointing to magnetic north. (1668). Verso blank. 550 x 445.

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        • Pieter Goos (1615-1675)A Chart of Ireland and the Irish Sea (1666)“Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1666.” (1666).
          Dec. 15, 2015

          Pieter Goos (1615-1675)A Chart of Ireland and the Irish Sea (1666)“Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1666.” (1666).

          Est: €250 - €350

          Pieter Goos (1615-1675)A Chart of Ireland and the Irish Sea (1666)“Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1666.” (1666). Verso blank. 550 x 445.

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        • Goos, Pieter (1615-1675) Engraver, bookseller and publisher, of Amsterdam, first published De Lichtende Columne ofte Zee-Spiegel in 1650. There is only one chart of Ireland and for this he used the plate of Theunis Jacobsz, unchanged, so loose chart
          Dec. 15, 2015

          Goos, Pieter (1615-1675) Engraver, bookseller and publisher, of Amsterdam, first published De Lichtende Columne ofte Zee-Spiegel in 1650. There is only one chart of Ireland and for this he used the plate of Theunis Jacobsz, unchanged, so loose chart

          Est: €250 - €350

          Goos, Pieter (1615-1675) Engraver, bookseller and publisher, of Amsterdam, first published De Lichtende Columne ofte Zee-Spiegel in 1650. There is only one chart of Ireland and for this he used the plate of Theunis Jacobsz, unchanged, so loose charts cannot be assigned to this book with certainty. In 1666 he brought out his De Zee-Atlas Ofte Water-Weereld with a chart of Ireland which has his name. The source of the first state dated 1663 is unknown but those for later editions of the Zee-Atlas were modified as described below.A Chart of Ireland and the Irish Sea (1663)“Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt om te Zeijlen van Hitland tot aen Heijsat Nieuwlycx Utgegeven t`Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op het waater in De Verguide-Zee-Spiegel. Anno 1663.” (1663). Verso blank. 550 x 445.

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        • Caarte Voor een gedeelte der Canarise Eylanden als Canaria, Tenerifa, Forteventura, etc.
          Aug. 05, 2015

          Caarte Voor een gedeelte der Canarise Eylanden als Canaria, Tenerifa, Forteventura, etc.

          Est: $600 - $800

          Pieter Goos (1616 - 1675). Engraved map with original hand-color in full. Amsterdam: Jacques & Gasper Anthoine, c. 1672. 22 x 26 inches. “Pieter Goos’ marine atlases were held to be among the finest printed at the time and were often added to the nine or twelve volumes of Blaeu’s Atlas Maior.” (Shirley)

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        • Pieter Goos, 1615-1675, Amsterdam Pas-caart vant canaal Vestoonen
          May. 12, 2015

          Pieter Goos, 1615-1675, Amsterdam Pas-caart vant canaal Vestoonen

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Goos, 1615-1675, Amsterdam Pas-caart vant canaal Vestoonende int gheheel Englandt, Schotlandt, Yrkandt, 1669 A seachart of Ireland, England and Scotland Hand coloured engraving. 51.5 x 61cm

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        • Pieter Goos, 1615-1675, Amsterdam Paskaarte A seachart of Ireland
          May. 12, 2015

          Pieter Goos, 1615-1675, Amsterdam Paskaarte A seachart of Ireland

          Est: €300 - €500

          Pieter Goos, 1615-1675, Amsterdam Paskaarte A seachart of Ireland and the west coast of England Wales and Scotland with part of France and the Faro Islands taken from Goos's zee-spiegel Hand coloured engraving. 52 x 60cm

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        • GOOS, Pieter (c.1616-1675). De Zee-Atlas Ofte Water-Wereld, Waer in vertoon
          Nov. 19, 2014

          GOOS, Pieter (c.1616-1675). De Zee-Atlas Ofte Water-Wereld, Waer in vertoon

          Est: £25,000 - £45,000

          GOOS, Pieter (c.1616-1675). De Zee-Atlas Ofte Water-Wereld, Waer in vertoont

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        • Pieter Goos (1616-1675) Carte marine du Portugal circa 1650-1685
          Jun. 11, 2014

          Pieter Goos (1616-1675) Carte marine du Portugal circa 1650-1685

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Goos (1616-1675) Carte marine du Portugal circa 1650-1685 Gravure à l'eau-forte An engraved Portugal marine map

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        • Caribbean Islands. Pieter Goos (1616-1675) Pascaert Vande Caribes Eylanden. [from] De Zee-Atlas. Amsterdam: Goos, 1672. Large copper-pl
          Nov. 17, 2013

          Caribbean Islands. Pieter Goos (1616-1675) Pascaert Vande Caribes Eylanden. [from] De Zee-Atlas. Amsterdam: Goos, 1672. Large copper-pl

          Est: $700 - $900

          Caribbean Islands. Pieter Goos (1616-1675) Pascaert Vande Caribes Eylanden. [from] De Zee-Atlas. Amsterdam: Goos, 1672. Large copper-plate engraved map with central fold, hand-colored, with gold highlights, matted, in a modern gilt frame, the sheet evenly toned, some slight offsetting adjacent to the fold, 21 1/2 x 17 1/2 in.

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        • GOOS, Pieter (c.1616-1675). L'Atlas de la mer ou monde aquaticque . Amsterdam: Pieter Goos, 1667.
          Jun. 08, 2011

          GOOS, Pieter (c.1616-1675). L'Atlas de la mer ou monde aquaticque . Amsterdam: Pieter Goos, 1667.

          Est: £35,000 - £45,000

          GOOS, Pieter (c.1616-1675). L'Atlas de la mer ou monde aquaticque. Amsterdam: Pieter Goos, 1667. 2° (527 x 326mm). Hand-coloured engraved illustrated title by P. Schenk after G. van Houten, 8 pages of text in French, including index of 40 charts, 40 double-page engraved charts on thick paper, one double-page folding chart on ordinary paper, all hand-coloured in outline by a contemporary hand, mounted on guards throughout. (Light browning throughout, marginal stain affecting illustrated title, text leaves and first map, heaviest to text leaves, repairs to a few corners, most noticeably to the illustrated title, folding plate lightly creased, map 34 trimmed close at lower edge just into image, tiny marginal worming affecting maps 1-21 and last two maps.) Original publisher's vellum, modern green silk ties (recased with new free endpapers, staining to cover). Provenance: Dotor Guilhelme Rubim de Lyma (early ink ownership inscription to title). CONTEMPORARY HAND-COLOURED COPY OF THE ZEEATLAS, INCLUDING THE WORLD MAP AND THE 11 CHARTS OF THE AMERICAS. These include California as an island ('Paskaerte van Nova Granada en t'Eylandt California'; map 40), and the Hudson River ('Paskaert van de Zuydt en Noordt Revier'; map 34). This latter is omitted from later issues with 40 maps only. The text includes a short history of the origin and growth of navigation. Koeman IV Goos 2B, a reissue of the 1666 edition; cf. Tooley California as an Island 22.

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        • GOOS, Pieter (c. 1616-1675). Paskaerte van Nova Granada, en t'Eylandt California . Amsterdam, 1666.
          May. 19, 2011

          GOOS, Pieter (c. 1616-1675). Paskaerte van Nova Granada, en t'Eylandt California . Amsterdam, 1666.

          Est: $10,000 - $15,000

          GOOS, Pieter (c. 1616-1675). Paskaerte van Nova Granada, en t'Eylandt California. Amsterdam, 1666. Engraved map with outline coloring, cartouches fully colored, 460 x 540 mm (495 x 574 mm sheet). Matted and framed. "PERHAPS THE MOST ATTRACTIVE REPRESENTATION OF CALIFORNIA AS AN ISLAND"(Tooley). One of a few maps to focus exclusively on California as an island, first published in De Zee Atlas ofte Water-Weereld. "With the similar Joannes van Loon chart of the same year, this is one of the most desirable of all California as an island maps. They are the first folio maps devoted to this curious cartographic phenomenon..." (Burden). Burden 391; Goos Mapping of North America 37; McLaughlin 36; Tooley Mapping of America p. 117, 22.

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        • GOOS, PIETER (1615-1675).
          Mar. 15, 2007

          GOOS, PIETER (1615-1675).

          Est: £25,000 - £30,000

          DE ZEE-ATLAS OFTE WATER-WERELD, WAER IN VERTOONT WERDEN ALLE DE ZEE-KUSTEN VAN HET BEKENDE DES AERD-BODEMS SEE DIENSTIGH VOOR ALLE HEEREN EN KOOPLIEDEN. AMSTERDAM : P. GOOS, 1668 DE ZEE-ATLAS OFTE WATER-WERELD, WAER IN VERTOONT WERDEN ALLE DE ZEE-KUSTEN VAN HET BEKENDE DES AERD-BODEMS SEE DIENSTIGH VOOR ALLE HEEREN EN KOOPLIEDEN. AMSTERDAM: P. GOOS, 1668 folio (455 x 290mm.), [18]pp., illustration: printed title within elaborate engraved allegorical border incorporating vignette, and 40 double-page or folding engraved sea- and coastal charts, contemporary hand colour, binding: contemporary vellum, green silk ties, title with 2 wormholes, frayed at edges (just affecting engraved area), some marginal soiling and staining at lower margins, a few maps with narrow upper margin, binding slightly soiled LITERATURE Koeman IV, Goos 5A (the charts as 1B, with revisions as described under 5A); Phillips, Atlases 5690 NOTE Although Goos was one of the best-known maritime booksellers of Amsterdam, and responsible for publishing a number of different sea-atlases or pilots, his work was very much derivative. For example, in the case of the Zee-Atlas, Goos relied heavily on Hendrick Doncker's Zee-Atlas, published in 1659, for his charts. Goos's background was more as an engraver - following on from his father Abraham. Unlike Doncker and his other contemporaries, Pieter Goos's intention was less to produce a functional sea-atlas but more a visually appealing volume to be consulted in a library environment - hence the emphasis on the title-page on the utility of the atlas to "Heeren en Kooplieden" (gentlemen and merchants) in advance of "Schippers en Stuurlieden" (pilots and seamen). Unlike his rivals, Goos never undertook substantial revision of his Zee-Atlas, either of the text or charts. Indeed, there are only minor differences between editions. The standard form of the index calls for forty charts, which can be assumed to be the expected complement, but the Zee-Atlas was also available with forty-one charts, and individual examples of the various editions can be found with an additional chart. Perhaps the most famous chart in the volume is the "Paskaert van Nova Grenada, en t'Eylandt California", one of the two earliest Dutch printed charts to focus on the "island" of California, a famous and long-lived cartographic misconception.

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        • GOOS, PIETER (c.1616-1675)
          Nov. 15, 2006

          GOOS, PIETER (c.1616-1675)

          Est: £40,000 - £60,000

          Zee Atlas Aquatique. Amsterdam: Jacobus Robyn, 1683. 2° (530 x 310mm). Hand-coloured Engraved frontispiece by P. Schenk after G. van Houten, 16 pages of text in Dutch, including index of 40 charts, 40 double-page engraved charts, hand-coloured in outline,HEIGHTENED IN GOLD THROUGHOUT, including the folding chart of the coasts of Zeeland and Flanders, mounted on guards throughout. (Occasional light marginal spotting, without dedication). Original publisher's vellum gilt, traces of green silk ties (slightly worn). A FINE HAND-COLOURED COPY OF THE ZEEATLAS - A UNIQUE COMPILATION OF CHARTS ENTIRELY BY GOOS. including world map and the 11 charts of the Americas. This copy conforms with Koeman. Goos 14 A, three dates are changed from 1669 to 1673 (Pas-Caart van de Oost Zee, Paskaarte om Achter Yrlandt, and Middelandsche Zee), and one to 1675 (Pascaarte van Engelant). This copy also includes three charts which are not listed in Koeman. Pascaerte van de Vlaemsche Eijlanden', 'Pascaerte van de soute eylanden...' and 'Pascaerte van Rio Gambia...'. Jacobus Robyn acquired the plates from Goos's Zeespiegal and Zeeatlas from his widow in 1680, which he used to enlarge his own atlas. The text includes a short history of the origin and growth of Navigation. Cf. Koeman IV, Rob 1; cf. Koeman IV Goos 14A

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        • ATLANTIC OCEAN -- GOOS, PIETER (c.1616-1675) AND JOHANNES LOOTS (1665-1726)
          Nov. 15, 2006

          ATLANTIC OCEAN -- GOOS, PIETER (c.1616-1675) AND JOHANNES LOOTS (1665-1726)

          Est: £18,000 - £20,000

          West Indische Paskaert. Amsterdam: J.Loots [c.1700]. Hand-coloured engraved chart fo the Atlantic Ocean, on Mercator's projection extending from Tierra del Fuego to Greenland, from the Cape of Good Hope to Holland, on four sheets, joined 840 x 1000mm. Elaborate imprimator cartouche at upper left signed Pieter Goos, title cartouche set in North Africa signed by Loots, inset detail of the Southern tip of South America, the seas decorated with three compass roses, 6 ships and one whale, thumb-line network, Eastings and Northings graticule set in the Atlantic Ocean, coastlines decorated with 12 arms, lions and an 'ostrich' in Africa. The Atlantic marked in a contemporary hand with the various routes to navigate from the Cape of Good Hope to Holland and around Scotland, the routes annotated in Dutch. (Some light discolouration of greens to brown), one clean tear along fold, (light browning, the chart backed on old paper as supplied). A IMPORTANT AND RARE SEA CHART OF THE ATLANTIC. The concept of the West Indische Paskaert, as with many great cartographical images stems from Blaeu. As cartographer for the VOC he produced a large chart to facilitate navigation from Europe to the Cape of Good Hope, published, one suspects, to compete with the manuscript versions that were already being used. Blaeu's concept was soon copied by other Dutch mapmakers notably Colom c. 1639; Jacobszoon, 1646 and 1649; Doncker 1659 and 1669; Goos, 1665; Keulen after Goos, 1680; Robjin after Blaeu, 1687 and the present work based on Goos, all adopt a similar form. The fragility of these charts is such that most are only known in less than three copies each. For this Loots chart, 3 examples on paper are recorded, Amsterdam Scheepvaart Museum; Rotterdam Maritime Museum; and British Admiralty Library. A copy printed on vellum is recorded in the Polish National Library in Warsaw. The verso of this example has an interesting contemporary note in Dutch, translated as 'Chart of the West Indies' in Mercator's projection with indication of the sailing routes from the fatherland to the Cape Good Hope and from there back to the fatherland along the North of Scotland.' Johannes Loots, was originally a nautical instrument maker, and worked in the same street as Keulen and Doncker, and he served as an apprentice to Doncker in the 1680's. He was accepted into the Guild of Booksellers in 1693 and began publishing charts and atlases.

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        • A DUTCH HANDCOLOURED COPPER-ENGRAVED SEA CHART PASCAART VAN DE NOORD ZEE
          Jun. 27, 2006

          A DUTCH HANDCOLOURED COPPER-ENGRAVED SEA CHART PASCAART VAN DE NOORD ZEE

          Est: €2,000 - €3,000

          BY PIETER GOOS, AMSTERDAM (1616-1675), 17TH CENTURY With a cartouche inscribed Pascaart van de Noord Zee van Texel tot de Hoofden, Nieulycx uijtgegeven/t'Amsterdam Bij Pieter Goos, unframed 45 cm. high x 56 cm. wide (plate) Together with six Dutch handcoloured sea chart copper-engravings by Pieter Goos, 17th century: inscribed Pascaerte vande Zuyder-Zee, Texel, ende Vlie-stroom, als mede 't Amelander-gat and t'Amsterdam bij Pieter Goos op 't water inde vergulde Zee Spiegel anno 1666, 44 cm. high x 53 cm. wide (plate); De Cust van Zeelandt, begrypende in sich de gaten als vande Wielingen, ter Veere, Zierikzee, Brouwershaven, Goeree, en de Maes, 43.5 cm. high x 53.5 cm. wide (plate); Cust van Hollant tusschen de Maes en Texel., 43 cm. high x 53 cm. wide (plate); A handcoloured sea chart with a view of The Channel with Duynkercke and Doveren, 44 cm. high x 47.5 wide (plate); a double map inscribed De Texel Stroom met de gaten vant Marsdiep and Caarte van de Mase, ende het Goereesche Gat, 43.5 cm. high x 53.5 cm. wide (plate) and Paskaert van de Zeeusche en Vlaemsche Kusten, tonende alle drooghten, diepten, en ondiepten, tuschen 't eylandt Schouwen en de Hoofden, curieuselyck beschreven door Dirck Davidsz.; all unframed (7)

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        • GOOS, Pieter (1616?-1675). De Zee-Atlas ofte Water-Weereld, waer in vertoont werden alle de
          Jun. 09, 2006

          GOOS, Pieter (1616?-1675). De Zee-Atlas ofte Water-Weereld, waer in vertoont werden alle de

          Est: €70,000 - €90,000

          GOOS, Pieter (1616?-1675). De Zee-Atlas ofte Water-Weereld, waer in vertoont werden alle de Zee-Kusten van het bekende des Aers-Bodems. Amsterdam: Pieter Goos, 1666. Grand in-folio (598 x 335 mm). Titre imprimé dans un très beau cartouche allégorique, 41 cartes gravées. TITRE ET CARTES COLORIÉS ET REHAUSSÉS À L'OR À L'ÉPOQUE. (4 cartes avec déchirure au pli central touchant à l'image mais sans manque.) Vélin ivoire de l'époque, plats ornés de fers dorés, (petites taches, coiffe avec manque). PREMIÈRE ÉDITION DE CET ATLAS MARITIME CÉLÈBRE, exemplaire bien complet de ses 41 planches mentionnées dans l'index. Pieter Goos, fils du graveur Abraham Goos, fut un des meilleurs vendeurs d'ouvrages maritime à Amsterdam à son époque. Son Zee-Spiegel, copié sur l'atlas maritime de Hendri Doncker (1659), contient l'une des premières cartes figurant les possessions hollandaises à New York (Paskaarte van de Zuÿdt en Noordt Revier in Nieu Nederlant) et aussi celle représentant la Californie en île (Paskarte van Nova Granada en t'Eylandt California). L'ÉMISSON AVEC 41 CARTES EST LA PLUS RECHERCHÉE, SURTOUT REHAUSSÉE À L'OR. Koeman Goos 1b.

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