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    • Two Unframed Maps by Nicholas Sanson
      Jan. 24, 2024

      Two Unframed Maps by Nicholas Sanson

      Est: $300 - $500

      (French, 1600-1667) One of La Bretagne, with Hubert Iaillot, and one of Le Royaume de France with Pierre Mariette. Together with a map of Governement de Dauphine by Gerhard Valk. 3 pieces Tears, creases, stains, losses. 21-1/4"h x 24-1/2"w, 18"h x 23-3/4"w, and 21-1/2"h x 30-1/4"w Provenance: Property from a Private Westchester New York Collector

      Nye & Company
    • Nicholas Sanson (Abbeville, 1600 - Paris, 1667) "Kingdom of Hungary"
      Oct. 18, 2023

      Nicholas Sanson (Abbeville, 1600 - Paris, 1667) "Kingdom of Hungary"

      Est: €300 - €350

      Nicholas Sanson (Abbeville, 1600 - Paris, 1667) "Kingdom of Hungary" Coloured engraving Dated in 1651 42 x 50 cm 300 - 350 €

      Greco Subastas
    • SANSON, NICHOLAS (1600 ABBEVILLE - 1667 PARIS). LANDKARTE DES OBERSÄCHSISCHEN REICHSKREISES.
      Jun. 22, 2023

      SANSON, NICHOLAS (1600 ABBEVILLE - 1667 PARIS). LANDKARTE DES OBERSÄCHSISCHEN REICHSKREISES.

      Est: -

      SANSON, Nicholas(1600 Abbeville - 1667 Paris) Landkarte des Obersächsischen Reichskreises Kolorierter Kupferstich. In der Platte datiert:1708. Blatt: 55 x 74,6 cm. Detailreiche historische Karte des Obersächsischen Reichskreises, mit figürlicher Titelkartusche "Le Cercle de Haute Saxe ou sont compris Le Duché et Esclectorat de Saxe [...]", Beikartusche mit Meilenzeigern Bugfalte, Blatt griff- und knickspurig, Randbereich teils rissig, etwas stockfleckig. Französischer Kartograf; gilt als Vater der Geografie in Frankreich und wurde zum königlichen Kartenmacher ernannt - er unterrichtete die französischen Könige Ludwig XIII. und Ludwig XIV. in Geografie. SANSON, Nicholas(1600 Abbeville - 1667 Paris) Map of the Upper Saxon Imperial District Colored copperplate engraving. Dated in the plate:1708. Sheet: 55 x 74.6 cm. Detailed historical map of the Upper Saxon Imperial District, with figural title cartouche "Le Cercle de Haute Saxe ou sont compris Le Duché et Esclectorat de Saxe [...]", accompanying cartouche with mileage pointers Buckle, sheet grip and crease, marginal area partly cracked, some foxing. French cartographer; considered the father of geography in France and was appointed royal mapmaker - he taught geography to the French kings Louis XIII and Louis XIV. *This is an automatically generated translation from German by deepl.com and only to be seen as an aid - not a legally binding declaration of lot properties. Please note that we can only guarantee for the correctness of description and condition as provided by the German description.

      Auktionshaus Wendl
    • NICHOLAS SANSON, HAND COLORED MAP OF THE POLES
      Jun. 17, 2023

      NICHOLAS SANSON, HAND COLORED MAP OF THE POLES

      Est: $300 - $500

      Nicholas Sanson (French 1600-1667), "Les deux poles arctique ou septentrional, et Antarctique ou meridional, ou description des terres arctiques et antarctiques, et des pays circomvoisins jusques aux 45 degres de latitude...", circa 1679, hand colored map of the poles, the First Dual Polar Projection, unframed. Provenance: From the Estate of C.T. and William Biggers, Atlanta, Georgia. Approximate dimensions: image h. 15.125", w. 21"; mat h. 23", w. 28".

      Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
    • SANSON, NICHOLAS (1600 ABBEVILLE - 1667 PARIS). LANDKARTE DES DEUTSCH-FRANZÖSISCHEN GRENZGEBIETES.
      Mar. 04, 2023

      SANSON, NICHOLAS (1600 ABBEVILLE - 1667 PARIS). LANDKARTE DES DEUTSCH-FRANZÖSISCHEN GRENZGEBIETES.

      Est: -

      SANSON, Nicholas(1600 Abbeville - 1667 Paris) Landkarte des deutsch-französischen Grenzgebietes Kolorierter Kupferstich. Platte: 47 x 66 cm, Blatt: 53,5 x 76,5 cm. Detailreiche historische Karte des deutsch-französischen Grenzgebietes, mit figürlicher Titelkartusche "Partie la Basse Partie du Cercle du Haut Rhein divisé en touts ses Estats et Souverainetes. Par le Sr. Sanson, Geographe Ordinaire du Roy A Paris, Chez H. Jaillot [...] 1700", figürliche Beikartusche mit Meilenzeigern Etwas stockfleckig und stark griffspurig, Bugfalte. Französischer Kartograf; gilt als Vater der Geografie in Frankreich und wurde zum königlichen Kartenmacher ernannt - er unterrichtete die französischen Könige Ludwig XIII. und Ludwig XIV. in Geografie. SANSON, Nicholas(1600 Abbeville - 1667 Paris) Map of the Franco-German border area Colored copperplate engraving. Plate: 47 x 66 cm, sheet: 53.5 x 76.5 cm. Detailed historical map of the Franco-German border area, with figural title cartouche "Partie la Basse Partie du Cercle du Haut Rhein divisé en touts ses Estats et Souverainetes. Par le Sr. Sanson, Geographe Ordinaire du Roy A Paris, Chez H. Jaillot [...] 1700", figural accompanying cartouche with mileage pointers Somewhat foxed and heavy grip, centerfold. French cartographer; considered the father of geography in France and was appointed royal mapmaker - he taught geography to the French kings Louis XIII and Louis XIV. *This is an automatically generated translation from German by deepl.com and only to be seen as an aid - not a legally binding declaration of lot properties. Please note that we can only guarantee for the correctness of description and condition as provided by the German description.

      Auktionshaus Wendl
    • Nicholas Sanson (1600-1667) Map, Les Isles Antilles
      Feb. 19, 2023

      Nicholas Sanson (1600-1667) Map, Les Isles Antilles

      Est: $100 - $500

      "Les Isles Antilles entre les quelles sont Les Lucayes et Les Caribes", Paris 1656, hand colored.

      Locati LLC
    • Sanson World Atlas, 1659
      Jun. 25, 2022

      Sanson World Atlas, 1659

      Est: $60,000 - $80,000

      SANSON D'ABBEVILLE, Nicholas (1600-1667). Cartes Generales de Toutes les Parties du Monde. Paris: The Author and Pierre Mariette, 1658 [but 1659]. Comparables: Arader Galleries, 2015 - $97,600; Christie's, 2008 - $76,361. Folio. (17” x 11 3/4”). Title-page with woodcut arms (dampstained), 3-page contemporary manuscript "Repertoir des Cartes de ce livre" (without letterpress table of contents). 85 FINE engraved double-page maps, including 10 folding, hand-coloured in outline, mounted on guards throughout (one or two early repairs, tears, stains and edges frayed to folding map of Gascony, last map of Ancient Greece stained and laid down on contemporary stock). Contemporary mottled calf, spine in seven compartments with six raised bands, morocco lettering piece in one, the others decorated with small gilt tools (scuffed and worn with loss to extremities). A fine composite atlas: the manuscript list of contents detailing the 75 maps of the modern world, including two world maps, with an additional ten maps of the old world, including one world map. With two maps of America: "Amerique Septentrionale" (1650), the first to show all five Great Lakes; and "Amerique Meridionale" 1650. The maps were compiled by Nicolas Sanson who first published his atlas in 1654, with 100 maps, and engraved and printed by Pierre Mariette; each held the copyright to half of the maps which bear their separate imprints, and were issued progressively from 1630. The maps in this Atlas date from 1632 "Carte Geographique des Postes qui traversent la France" by Melchior Tavernier, but are evenly dated from the late 1630s to 1659. Born in Abbeville, a town in the Picardy region of France, in 1600, Sanson was the most noted French cartographer in modern history. Mapmaker to Louis XIV, King of France, Sanson endowed his maps with the most recent geographical information as well as the finest and sharpest engraving of the period. His "Cartes Generales de Toutes les Parties du Monde" was the most important single product of French commercial cartography of the seventeenth century. Sanson sparked a renaissance in geographical endeavor in his native country, which had not been a major player on the international cartographic stage since the great Oronce Finé in the sixteenth century. With this atlas, Sanson laid the foundations of French domination in map production, initiating the so-called "French school of cartography," a school that was unprecedented in its attention to precision and scientific detail and discarded much of the decorative embellishments of previous maps as irrelevant. From Sanson's time in the second half of the seventeenth century until the latter part of the eighteenth century, French geographical conceptions were more influential than those put forward by any other nation. With this landmark atlas, Sanson all but single-handedly caused the center of cartographic innovation to shift from Holland to France. Lloyd Arnold Brown, The World Encompassed, exh. cat. (Baltimore, 1952), n. 157; Rodney W. Shirley, The Mapping of the World (London, 1983), n. 390; Philip D. Burden, The Mapping of North America: A List of Printed Maps 1511-1670 (Rickmansworth, 1996), 375-6.

      Arader Galleries
    • Map, Nicholas Sanson
      Jan. 15, 2022

      Map, Nicholas Sanson

      Est: $100 - $200

      Nicholas Sanson (French, 1600-1667), "Orbis Vetus, et Orbis Veteris, utraque Continens, Terrarumq Tractus Arcticus, et Antarcticus, 1657," copper engraved map, possibly a later printing, overall (with frame): 18.5"h x 24.25"w

      Clars Auctions
    • NICHOLAS SANSON'S 'ATLAS NOUVEAU' ENGRAVING
      Aug. 25, 2021

      NICHOLAS SANSON'S 'ATLAS NOUVEAU' ENGRAVING

      Est: $200 - $300

      Beautifully engraved index page of the 'Atlas Nouveau' - the largest atlas published at the time of its publication (in terms of paper size), and created via the partnership of CHARLES JAILLOT and NICHOLAS SANSON (1600-1667), often called 'the father of French cartography'. The design of this piece was first engraved by Sanson in 1681, and depicts geographic scholars at work on the lower cartouche. Other classical imagery surrounds the other margins, including Atlas hauling a world globe on his shoulders, Zeus atop a cloud with lightning bolds in hand, and an angel blowing a brass instrument. This particular example, measuring 16.5 x 19.5 in. (sight), bears a laid-down table of contents listing 103 maps, with an additional 7 maps annotated by hand for a total of 110 maps. As indicated towards the center, this piece likely stems from a rare transition atlas, published by Pierre Mortier, sometime between 1692 (when Mortier's atlas bore 99 maps) and 1696 (when Mortier's atlas bore 111 maps). The index page is housed loosely between a white mat, totally sized 25 x 29 in., held together at the edges by blue tape. The verso of the piece has also been taped to the reverse of the mat, non-visible within the frame. We have not attempted to remove it for fear of damaging the item, though it may be possible if carefully attempted. One very slight tear at left edge, barely visible under normal conditions, else very fine condition. Perfect for display! While this particular engraving has not been placed up for auction according to our research, a complete two-volume set of the Atlas Nouveau sold for 16,380 pounds at Sotheby's in August 2020.

      Alexander Historical Auctions LLC
    • NICHOLAS SANSON'S 'ATLAS NOUVEAU' ENGRAVING
      Feb. 08, 2021

      NICHOLAS SANSON'S 'ATLAS NOUVEAU' ENGRAVING

      Est: $600 - $800

      Beautifully engraved index page of the 'Atlas Nouveau' - the largest atlas published at the time of its publication (in terms of paper size), and created via the partnership of CHARLES JAILLOT and NICHOLAS SANSON (1600-1667), often called 'the father of French cartography'. The design of this piece was first engraved by Sanson in 1681, and depicts geographic scholars at work on the lower cartouche. Other classical imagery surrounds the other margins, including Atlas hauling a world globe on his shoulders, Zeus atop a cloud with lightning bolds in hand, and an angel blowing a brass instrument. This particular example, measuring 16.5 x 19.5 in. (sight), bears a laid-down table of contents listing 103 maps, with an additional 7 maps annotated by hand for a total of 110 maps. As indicated towards the center, this piece likely stems from a rare transition atlas, published by Pierre Mortier, sometime between 1692 (when Mortier's atlas bore 99 maps) and 1696 (when Mortier's atlas bore 111 maps). The index page is housed loosely between a white mat, totally sized 25 x 29 in., held together at the edges by blue tape. The verso of the piece has also been taped to the reverse of the mat, non-visible within the frame. We have not attempted to remove it for fear of damaging the item, though it may be possible if carefully attempted. One very slight tear at left edge, barely visible under normal conditions, else very fine condition. Perfect for display! While this particular engraving has not been placed up for auction according to our research, a complete two-volume set of the Atlas Nouveau sold for 16,380 pounds at Sotheby's in August 2020.

      Alexander Historical Auctions LLC
    • Sanson Map of New France
      Jun. 08, 2019

      Sanson Map of New France

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      Sanson d'Abbeville, Nicholas (1600-1667). Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France. Engraved map with original hand color. Paris: Pierre Mariette, 1656. 16" x 21 1/2" sheet, 19" x 25" framed. The First Map of Canada to show all Five Great Lakes. The western shores of Superior and Michigan are left open-ended, indicating the lack of definite knowledge about the region at the time.

      Arader Galleries
    • NICHOLAS SANSON (1600-1667)Irlande / Royaume / Divise en Ses Quatre / Provinces et / Ces Provces en Leurs ComtesFrom Cartes Generales de Toutes les Parties de MondePublished Paris 1665, Pierre Mariette47 x 38cmProvenance: The Collection of Hug
      Mar. 12, 2019

      NICHOLAS SANSON (1600-1667)Irlande / Royaume / Divise en Ses Quatre / Provinces et / Ces Provces en Leurs ComtesFrom Cartes Generales de Toutes les Parties de MondePublished Paris 1665, Pierre Mariette47 x 38cmProvenance: The Collection of Hug

      Est: €300 - €400

      NICHOLAS SANSON (1600-1667)Irlande / Royaume / Divise en Ses Quatre / Provinces et / Ces Provces en Leurs ComtesFrom Cartes Generales de Toutes les Parties de MondePublished Paris 1665, Pierre Mariette47 x 38cmProvenance: The Collection of Hugh and Anne Iremonger

      Adam's
    • Sanson Le Candad, 1656
      Jan. 26, 2019

      Sanson Le Candad, 1656

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      Sanson, D'Abbeville, Nicholas (1600-1667). Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France. Engraved map with original hand color Paris: Piette Mariette, 1656. 16" x 21 1/2" sheet, 19" x 25" framed. The first map of Canada to show all five Great Lakes. This map gives an excellent depiction of the locations of Indian Trives, European settlements, and French territorial claims.

      Arader Galleries
    • Nicholas Sanson 'Terra Promissa in s suas Tribus Partesque divisa auctore N. Sanson Abbavileo Pro Hist. De Republica Hebreorum Caro...
      Mar. 19, 2018

      Nicholas Sanson 'Terra Promissa in s suas Tribus Partesque divisa auctore N. Sanson Abbavileo Pro Hist. De Republica Hebreorum Caro...

      Est: $100 - $150

      Nicholas Sanson ''Terra Promissa in s suas Tribus Partesque divisa auctore N. Sanson Abbavileo Pro Hist. De Republica Hebreorum Caroli Sigonii Concinita'' .Map of the Holy Land By NIcholas Sanson for the ''Carol Signonii Mutinesis Opera omnia'', printed in 6 vol. in Milano from 1732 to 1737. 1734 (based on the 1662 Map of the Holy Land by this artist. Condition- Mint. copper plate enraving h:49 w: 39 cm. Other Notes: Location: Israel. For estimated delivery time please contact us.

      Matsart Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • Nicolas Sanson, 17th c. map of Imperial Rome
      Jun. 27, 2017

      Nicolas Sanson, 17th c. map of Imperial Rome

      Est: $80 - $125

      Nicolas Sanson (French, 1600-1667), "Imperii Romani geographica descriptio ad Herodiani historiam", c. 1650, Roman territory throughout Europe and Asia as described by Heroditus, 10.5"h x 17.75"w (sight), 20"h x 26.75"w (total), unframed

      Millea Bros Ltd
    • Sanson Map of New Spain and Florida
      Jun. 03, 2017

      Sanson Map of New Spain and Florida

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Le Nouveau Mexique et la Floride. Nicholas Sanson (1600-1667). Engraved map with hand color. Paris: Chez L’Autheur, 1679. 13 x 22 inches visible, 25 1/2 x 35 inches framed. Sanson's map is the earliest to concentrate on Spanish territories from Florida to California and provided a protype for other mapmakers over the next 50 years. Engraved by Jean Somer, it improves upon Sanson's Amerique Septentrionale in many ways. Amongst them is the first application of ERIE LAC to a recognizable lake. The depiction of California as an island was one of two most influential models (the other being the Briggs model), and was used as a model by many later cartographers. STATE 4

      Arader Galleries
    • NICHOLAS SANSON (1600-1667) French L'Empire du Grand Mogol Coloured engravi
      Feb. 22, 2017

      NICHOLAS SANSON (1600-1667) French L'Empire du Grand Mogol Coloured engravi

      Est: £50 - £100

      NICHOLAS SANSON (1600-1667) French L'Empire du Grand Mogol Coloured engraving 24.5 x 19 cm, framed and glazed

      Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers
    • Sanson Polar Projection Map of the World
      Nov. 05, 2016

      Sanson Polar Projection Map of the World

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Les Deux Poles Arctique ou Septentrionale, et Antarcticque ou Meridionale...Nicholas Sanson D'Abbeville (1600-1667). Engraved map with original hand color in outline. Paris, 1657. 17 x 22 1/2 inches sheet, 26 1/2 x 32 inches framed. A double hemisphere map showing the North and South poles. The North pole is linked to Greenland and Spitzbergen but there is little other detailed coastline in the Arctic area. The most southerly part of South America is shown, together with Terra Incognita which encompasses the bulk of the hemisphere

      Arader Galleries
    • Sanson Double Hemisphere Map of the World
      Nov. 05, 2016

      Sanson Double Hemisphere Map of the World

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Mappe-Monde, ou Carte Generale du Monde...Nicholas Sanson D'Abbeville (1600-1667). Engraved map with original hand color in outline. Paris: Chez P. Mariette, 1651. 17 x 22 1/4 inches sheet, 26 1/2 x 32 inches framed. Sanson?s noteworthy double hemisphere map of the world features his first depiction of the island of California, using a model for the shape, which would come to be known as the 1st Sanson model. The map also provides a good look at the Great Lakes of North America, a region for which Sanson?s regional maps would become the most advanced depictions of the cartography of the region for the next 30 years.

      Arader Galleries
    • L’Amerique en plusiers cartes nouvelles, et exactes, &c en divers traitez de Geographie, et d’Histoire ses Empires, ses Monarchies, ses Estats, &c...
      Apr. 02, 2016

      L’Amerique en plusiers cartes nouvelles, et exactes, &c en divers traitez de Geographie, et d’Histoire ses Empires, ses Monarchies, ses Estats, &c...

      Est: $8,000 - $10,000

      Nicholas Sanson D'Abbeville (1600-1667). Paris: Chez L’Autheur, [ca 1667]., 1667. 4to., (9 4/8 x 7 inches). Letterpress title-page with woodcut publisher’s device of flowers in a basket. 16 fine double-page engraved maps all mounted on guards and with original hand-colour in outline, and with engraved colophon reading "Chez Pierre Mariette Rue St. Jacques a l’Esperance". Contemporary calf, gilt. THE FIRST FRENCH ATLAS OF AMERICA An attractive copy. Sanson’s series of quarto atlases were originally published separately as "L’Europe" in 1648 by Sanson’s son, also Nicholas, who was tragically killed in the "Barricades" insurrection the same year, "L’Asie" in 1652, "L’Afrique" in 1656, and "L’Amerique" in 1657. The maps in this fine atlas include: Amerique Septentrionale, Isle d’Islande (1667), Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France, la Floride, Mexico, Guadalajara, Guatimala, Les Ilses Antilles, Amerique Meridionale, Terre Ferme de Grenade, Guiane, Le Perou, Le Chilli, Le Bresil, Le Paraguay, and Detroit de Magellan. Sanson published his first folio atlas in 1654, with 100 maps, engraved and printed by Pierre Mariette; each held the copyright to half of the maps which bear their separate imprints, and were issued progressively from 1630. Born in Abbeville, a town in the Picardy region of France, in 1600, Sanson was the most noted French cartographer in modern history. Mapmaker to Louis XIV, King of France, Sanson endowed his maps with the most recent geographical information as well as the finest and sharpest engraving of the period. His "Cartes Generales de Toutes les Parties du Monde" was the most important single product of French commercial cartography of the seventeenth century. Sanson sparked a renaissance in geographical endeavor in his native country, which had not been a major player on the international cartographic stage since the great Oronce Finé in the sixteenth century. With this atlas, Sanson laid the foundations of French domination in map production, initiating the so-called "French school of cartography," a school that was unprecedented in its attention to precision and scientific detail and discarded much of the decorative embellishments of previous maps as irrelevant. From Sanson's time in the second half of the seventeenth century until the latter part of the eighteenth century, French geographical conceptions were more influential than those put forward by any other nation. Phillips 1151; Sabin 76708; Shirley 6a.

      Arader Galleries
    • Three Maps of Scandinavia by Nicholas Sanson d’Abbeville (1600-1667), 1666, 17.5" x 23" — 44.5 x 58.4 cm.
      Jan. 28, 2016

      Three Maps of Scandinavia by Nicholas Sanson d’Abbeville (1600-1667), 1666, 17.5" x 23" — 44.5 x 58.4 cm.

      Est: -

      THREE MAPS OF SCANDINAVIA BY NICHOLAS SANSON D’ABBEVILLE (1600-1667), 1666each a hand coloured engraving including:Westro-Goth-Lande ou sont les Provinces de Westro-Goth-Lande Dalie, et Vermelande showing Götaland from Norway to SmalandFinlande septentr[iona]le et Mérid[iona]le, Nylande, et Tavasthus, showing the southern part of Finland, including Helsinki, Salo, Turku, etc.Cajanie, ou Bothnie Orientale showing the Northern part of Gulf of Bothnia, today's border area between Sweden and Finland, 17.5" x 23" — 44.5 x 58.4 cm.Estimate: $300—400

      Waddington's
    • Nicholas Sanson (1600-1667)Le Royaume D'IrlandeFrom Cartes Generales de Toutes les Parties de Monde ..., published in Paris in 1665. 475 x 380; together with a Map of Northern and Southern Ireland from the same atlas. 495 x 400 and 490 x 400. A
      Dec. 15, 2015

      Nicholas Sanson (1600-1667)Le Royaume D'IrlandeFrom Cartes Generales de Toutes les Parties de Monde ..., published in Paris in 1665. 475 x 380; together with a Map of Northern and Southern Ireland from the same atlas. 495 x 400 and 490 x 400. A

      Est: €450 - €550

      Nicholas Sanson (1600-1667)Le Royaume D'IrlandeFrom Cartes Generales de Toutes les Parties de Monde ..., published in Paris in 1665. 475 x 380; together with a Map of Northern and Southern Ireland from the same atlas. 495 x 400 and 490 x 400. Abl 11(i). (3)

      Adam's
    • After Nicholas Sanson (French, 1600-1667)
      Dec. 12, 2015

      After Nicholas Sanson (French, 1600-1667)

      Est: $150 - $250

      Later edition of 1656 map of Terre Ferme and the surrounding areas of Cartagene and Venezuela.

      Quinn's Auction Galleries Central Virginia
    • NICHOLAS & GUILLAUME SANSON. AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE. Mapa grabado en cobre, con delineado a color, (PIERRE MARRIETE) 1669.
      Dec. 09, 2015

      NICHOLAS & GUILLAUME SANSON. AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE. Mapa grabado en cobre, con delineado a color, (PIERRE MARRIETE) 1669.

      Est: $70,000 - $100,000

      NICHOLAS & GUILLAUME SANSON (FRANCIA, SIGLO XVII) AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE. Mapa grabado en cobre, con delineado a color, (PIERRE MARRIETE) 1669. El mapa más famoso de su tiempo sobre los territorios del norte de América. Detalles de conservación y estructura. Dimensiones: 40 x 55.5 cm

      Morton Subastas
    • Tooneel der staden van de Vereenighde Nederlanden 's...
      Apr. 18, 2015

      Tooneel der staden van de Vereenighde Nederlanden 's...

      Est: $80,000 - $120,000

      Tooneel der staden van de Vereenighde Nederlanden 's Konings Nederlanden. Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and Johannes BLAEU (1596-1673). Amsterdam, [1649]. Dutch text. 2 volumes. Folio (22 x 13 6/8 inches). Engraved title-pages with fine contemporary hand-colour and HEIGHTENED IN GILT, 225 double-page sheets with over 300 maps and views WITH FINE CONTEMPORARY HAND-COLOUR (shallow worming in lower margin of first few leaves of volume II). Contemporary gilt panelled vellum, each cover decorated with central device of an armillary sphere within foliate border (lightly rubbed, and a bit marked). “Of all the Blaeu atlases, the townbooks of the Netherlands are held in the highest esteem in the Netherlands. This is partly due to the fact that their composition is linked up with the struggle for independence from Spain of the Dutch Republic in the 17th-Century. Bound up, by sentiment, with the most dramatic and heroic period of the shaping of the Dutch State it shows the proud and industrious cities of the North in their full splendour. Provenance: Richard Harris Collection: Natural History & Colourplate Books, his sale, Bloomsbury, October 13th, 2010, lot 121, $132,000.

      Arader Galleries
    • Nicolas Sanson,
      Apr. 02, 2015

      Nicolas Sanson,

      Est: £80 - £120

      Nicolas Sanson, Anciens Royaumes de Kent, d'Essex et de Sussex hand coloured engraving, 1654 45 x 57cm (sheet); with a reproduction map of Suffolk after Speed (2)

      Cheffins
    • RARE ANTIQUE MAP - Sanson, Nicholas (1600-1667).'Seconde Partie du Gouvernment General de l'Isle de France ou la Generalite de Paris,
      Nov. 08, 2014

      RARE ANTIQUE MAP - Sanson, Nicholas (1600-1667).'Seconde Partie du Gouvernment General de l'Isle de France ou la Generalite de Paris,

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      RARE ANTIQUE MAP - Sanson, Nicholas (1600-1667).'Seconde Partie du Gouvernment General de l'Isle de France ou la Generalite de Paris, Divisee en des Eslections'. A double folio map of the region between Nemours and Moulins, with cartouche, printed on two sheets and joined as issued, published by Hubert Jaillot from the plate by Nicolas Sanson, 1696. 19" x 26 3/4" impression on 24 3/4" x 37 3/4" sheet, in original outline color, edge staining to sheet, otherwise excellent condition.

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
    • Sanson, Nicolás. L' Amerique Septentrionale. Circa 1720. Mapa coloreado. Grabado. 16 x 22.5 cm. California se muestra como una isla.
      Jul. 30, 2014

      Sanson, Nicolás. L' Amerique Septentrionale. Circa 1720. Mapa coloreado. Grabado. 16 x 22.5 cm. California se muestra como una isla.

      Est: $10,000 - $14,000

      G - Sanson, Nicolás. L' Amerique Septentrionale. Circa 1720. Mapa coloreado. Grabado. 16 x 22.5 cm. California se muestra como una isla. Con faltante en margen, no afecta imagen.

      Morton Subastas
    • Sanson, Nicolás /Hondius, Jodocus - Bertius, Petrus. Audience de Mexico/Description de Ivcatane. Amsterdan:1700 y 1618 Mapas coloreados
      Jul. 30, 2014

      Sanson, Nicolás /Hondius, Jodocus - Bertius, Petrus. Audience de Mexico/Description de Ivcatane. Amsterdan:1700 y 1618 Mapas coloreados

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      G - Sanson, Nicolás / Hondius, Jodocus - Bertius, Petrus. Audience de Mexico / Description de Ivcatane. a) Sanson, Nicolás. Audience de Mexico. Amsterdam: 1700. Grabado por A. de Winter. Mapa coloreado. 16 x 27 cm. Mapa de México, Yucatán y parte de Centroamérica. Comprende de Florida y la Audiencia de Guadalajara hasta la Audiencia de Guatemala y la costa de Honduras. b) Hondius, Jodocus - Bertius, Petrus. Description de Ivcatane. Amsterdam: Jodocus Hondius, 1618. Mapa coloreado. 9.5 x 13 cm. Yucatán, Belize, Gutatemala y Honduras. Grabado de Hondius para su edición del atlas de Bertius "Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum". Con texto en francés al reverso. Total de piezas: 2.

      Morton Subastas
    • Sanson (Nicolas) - Le Royaume d'Angleterre distingué en ses Provinces,
      Jul. 18, 2014

      Sanson (Nicolas) - Le Royaume d'Angleterre distingué en ses Provinces,

      Est: £300 - £500

      England and Wales, with parts of the coast of Ireland and France, large decorative title cartouche surmounnted by royal arms, and supported by putti and angels, upper right, engraved map orignal hand-colouring in outline, the cartouche fully coloured, 795 x 585mm., central horizontal fold, faint offsetting, Paris, Alexis Hubert Jaillot, 1693.

      Dreweatts 1759
    • Sanson (Nicolas) - La Russie Blanche ou Moscovie,
      Jul. 18, 2014

      Sanson (Nicolas) - La Russie Blanche ou Moscovie,

      Est: £400 - £600

      large map for Hubert Jaillot's Atlas Nouveau, with decorative title and scale cartouches upper left and right corners, respectively, engraved map with hand-colouring, on 2 sheets, joined, 590 x 890mm., a repaired tear upper left, with some attendant staining from old tape, Amsterdam, Covens and Mortier, c.1710.

      Dreweatts 1759
    • "Empire d'Allemagne, divisé en ses dix Cercles" by Nicholas Sanson
      Feb. 06, 2014

      "Empire d'Allemagne, divisé en ses dix Cercles" by Nicholas Sanson

      Est: $200 - $300

      Paris: 1665. Copper engraved map on laid paper with antique coloring. Covering Germany, Low Countries, Poland, Switzerland, Austria and Czech Republic. Decorative cartouche upper left with flanking eagles, scale lower left. Plate impression 16-1/8" x 20-7/8". View on AspireAuctions.com"

      Aspire Auctions Fine Art & Antiques
    • SANSON D'ABBEVILLE, NICHOLAS. 1600-1667.
      Dec. 04, 2012

      SANSON D'ABBEVILLE, NICHOLAS. 1600-1667.

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      L'Amerique en plusieurs cartes nouvelles, et exactes, &c.; Paris: chez l'auteur, 1662. 4to (238 x 173 mm). [82] pp. 15 double-page engraved maps hand-colored in outline. Period mottled calf, raised bands, spines gilt. Chip to corner of one text leaf, a few others toned, maps clean, early reback with corners renewed, chipping to spines. Provenance: Richard (early ownership inscription to title). Second edition. A fine example of French mapping of the Americas in the mid 17th century. Includes maps of Florida; Guadalajara, New Mexico and California (the latter depicted as an island); Canada; the Antilles; Brazil; Mexico; Chile; and others. Phillilps 1152; Sabin 76709.

      Bonhams
    • SANSON D'ABBEVILLE, NICHOLAS. 1600-1667.
      Dec. 04, 2012

      SANSON D'ABBEVILLE, NICHOLAS. 1600-1667.

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      1. L'Afrique en plusieurs cartes nouvelles, et exactes, &c.; Paris: chez l'auteur, 1662. [2], 96 pp. 18 double-page engraved maps hand-colored in outline. Most maps dated 1656, a few undated. Provenance: Richard M. Montagu (ownership signatures to front pastedown). 2. L'Europe. Paris: Pierre Mariette, [n.d.]. [30] pp. Double-page engraved title and double-page engraved dedication. 12 double-page engraved maps hand-colored in outline. Maps undated. Together, 2 volumes. 4to (235 x 167 mm). Uniform period mottled calf, raised bands, spines gilt. Maps of l'Europe toned, early reback with corners renewed, light chipping to spines. 2 volumes from Sanson's series of small atlases which saw numerous editions in the second half of the 17th century. Cf. Phillips 494.

      Bonhams
    • SANSON D'ABBEVILLE, NICHOLAS. 1600-1667.
      Dec. 04, 2012

      SANSON D'ABBEVILLE, NICHOLAS. 1600-1667.

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      L'Asie en plusieurs cartes, nouvelles, et exactes; etc. Paris: chez l'autheur, 1662. 4to (235 x 165 mm). [2], 104 pp. 17 double-page engraved maps hand-colored in outline. Period mottled calf, raised bands, spines gilt. Dampstaining throughout extending approx 60 cm from upper margin, r.f.e.p. chipped, early reback with corners renewed, light chipping to spines. Provenance: Jacobi Lemes (period ownership inscription). A small atlas featuring maps of India, Persia, China, Japan, the Maldives, Arabia, and the Philippines, among others. Most maps dated 1652, with one dated 1653 and a few undated. Cf. Phillips 494.

      Bonhams
    • Rare Antique Map of Paris by Nicholas Sanson
      Nov. 05, 2012

      Rare Antique Map of Paris by Nicholas Sanson

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      RARE ANTIQUE MAP - Sanson, Nicholas (1600-1667).'Seconde Partie du Gouvernment General de l'Isle de France ou la Generalite de Paris, Divisee en des Eslections'. A double folio map of the region between Nemours and Moulins, with cartouche, printed on two sheets and joined as issued, published by Hubert Jaillot from the plate by Nicolas Sanson, 1696. 19" x 26 3/4" impression on 24 3/4" x 37 3/4" sheet, in original outline color, edge staining to sheet, otherwise excellent condition.

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
    • SANSON D'ABBEVILLE, NICHOLAS. 1600-1667. L'Amerique en plusieurs cartes nouvelles, et exactes, &c. Paris: chez l'autheur, [c.1667].
      Apr. 14, 2012

      SANSON D'ABBEVILLE, NICHOLAS. 1600-1667. L'Amerique en plusieurs cartes nouvelles, et exactes, &c. Paris: chez l'autheur, [c.1667].

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      L'Amerique en plusieurs cartes nouvelles, et exactes, &c. Paris: chez l'autheur, [c.1667]. 4to (250 x 175 mm). [iv], 112 pp. 15 double-page engraved maps hand-colored in outline. Modern polished calf in antique style. Title and one other leaf with 10 mm margin tears repaired on verso, upper joint cracking at head. Provenance: "ex libris De Fourques" (inscription on title). a good overview of the French mapping of the Americas in the mid 17th century, including maps of the Caribbean Islands, California (appears as an island on the general North America map) and on the New Mexico & California map), Canada, Florida, and Mexico. Phillips 11

      Bonhams
    • Nicholas Sanson (1600-1667) - Engraved map of
      Mar. 17, 2012

      Nicholas Sanson (1600-1667) - Engraved map of

      Est: £40 - £60

      Nicholas Sanson (1600-1667) - Engraved map of France, later hand coloured with the regions, 20 x 25cm

      Lacy Scott & Knight
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