Indiae Orientalis Insularum Que Adiacientium Typus
52 x 37 cm
One of the earliest maps of Southeast Asia and published in the first 'modern' atlas. Part of 'Terra Australis Incognita' is shown emerging from the south and is named 'Beach'.
Insulae Indiae Orientalis Praecipuae. Molluae...
48 x 35 cm
Important map of Southeast Asia and one of the few to show evidence of Drake's contact with Java.
Gerard Mercator is, apart from Ptolemy, probably the most important of all…[more]
20 x 27 cm
The map focuses on Asia. New Guinea is also shown to be divided, showing the strait (Endeavour Strait) that would soon be lost until Cook traveled through it in 1770. It can also be assumed that…[more]
MAGINI, A, GALIGNANI
20 x 27 cm
The map focuses on Southern Asia and the Northern Pacific, also showing part of the west coast of North America. Part of northern Australia can be seen coloured in green at the bottom of the map.…[more]
INDIAE ORIENTALIS NOVA DESCRIPTIO
50 x 39 cm
The only Dutch printed map showing the 1606 discoveries of Willem Jansz, who in the Duyfken is attributed as making the first recorded European discovery in Australia on Cape York Peninsula.
India quae Orientalis dicitur et Insulae Adiacentes
50 x 41 cm
The third edition of the first published map to chart the Dutch discoveries in Australia on both Cape York Peninsula and on the west coast of Australia .
Willem Blaeu was Hydrographer to…[more]
Carta Secon. Generale del'Asia
48 x 37 cm
From the first sea atlas by an Englishman, and the first to use Mercator Projection.
This is the second state of Dudley's map of Asia, showing New Guinea , the northern tip of Cape York…[more]
Parte Del Mare Pacifico
46 x 60 cm
Coronelli was one of the greatest engravers and map makers of the Seventeenth Century. His map making achievements are both impressive and beautiful with his special style easily identified. He…[more]
Carte des Costes de L'Asie sur L'Ocean Contenant les Bancs
85 x 57 cm
Mortier's large chart of Asia is interesting due to the fact that it shows the complete known coastline of the continent. Most charts showing a similar view of the region tend to only show the…[more]
Orientaliora Indiarum Orientalium . Oost Indien
Australia is shown with north oriented to the left .
The prototype of De Wit and Ottens' impressive map is Goos' 1666 map of the East Indies which also had Australia shown with north…[more]
New Holland with the Adjacent Polynesia
12 x 10 cm
Faden was the geographer to the King of England and produced many fine works until his death in 1836. This map has three main features that make it especially interesting. 1. this map is one of…[more]
East India Isles & Australia
28 x 22 cm
Johnson's Australia and East Indies
38 x 53 cm
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