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PARS ORBIS
PARS ORBIS
1571
MONTANUS, Arias
50 x 34 cm

Montanus' map shows the distribution throughout the world of the Noah's sons and their offspring as they re-populated the earth after the great Flood. A numerical and alphabetical reference system…[more]

Die Eigentliche und Warhafftige Gestalt der Erden Und des Meers
Die Eigentliche und Warhafftige Gestalt der Erden Und des Meers
1581
BUNTING, Heinrich
36 x 27 cm

Map of the world showing a landmass remarkably like the west coast of Australia and roughly where Australia should be.

Bunting's map charts a landmass named 'India Meridionalis', which…[more]

Maris Pacifici
Maris Pacifici
1589
ORTELIUS, Abraham
35 x 25 cm

The first published map devoted to the Pacific and the most important i6th century map to show the Spanish domination of the South Seas .

Maris Pacifici illustrates the lengths to which…[more]

Novae Guineae Forma & Situs
Novae Guineae Forma & Situs
1593
DE JODE, Gerard
22 x 34 cm

De Jode's rare map of New Guinea and Terra Australis Incognita is considered by some authorities to represent the first printed map of Australia .

One of the remaining contentious issues…[more]

India Orientalis
India Orientalis
1621
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]

India quae Orientalis dicitur et Insulae Adiacentes
India quae Orientalis dicitur et Insulae Adiacentes
1634
BLAEU, Willem
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]

Mar Di India
Mar Di India
1650
JANSSON, Jan
55 x 43 cm

Information to…[more]

Carta Secon. Generale del'Asia
Carta Secon. Generale del'Asia
1661
DUDLEY, Robert
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]

Hollandia Nova
Hollandia Nova
1663
THEVENOT, Melchisedech
54 x 40 cm

Thevenot’s chart of Australia is the first large scale chart solely dedicated to Australia and one of the first to show Abel Tasman’s discoveries in Northern Australia and Tasmania. Only a few…[more]

Nouvelle Guinee et Carpentarie
Nouvelle Guinee et Carpentarie
1683
MALLET, Alain-Manesson
12 x 15 cm

The first detailed published map to show any part of Queensland (Tully). Shows New Guinea , the east coast of Cape York Peninsula and part of Arnhem Land .

Although not a particularly…[more]

Het Niew Hollandt
Het Niew Hollandt
1690
CORONELLI, P.Vincenzo
29 x 23 cm

Gore embeded in text by Coronelli. A Gore was a map that was engraved to be adheared onto a sphere to make a globe. Globe making was expensive for both the producer and buyer and so many map…[more]

Parte Del Mare Pacifico
Parte Del Mare Pacifico
1691
CORONELLI, P.Vincenzo
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]

Novus Planiglobii Terrestris Per Utrumque Polum Conspectus…
Novus Planiglobii Terrestris Per Utrumque Polum Conspectus…
1695
VALCK, Gerard, BLAEU, Joan
54 x 41 cm

Valck's map was made by the famous mapmaker Joan Blaeu. It is believed to have been engraved in 1672, but neverpublished. Historians assume that a great fire at Blaeu’s printery was the reason he…[more]

Al La Serenissima Republica e Serenissimo Prencipe (Part 1 of set of 4 showing Australia)
Al La Serenissima Republica e Serenissimo Prencipe (Part 1 of set of 4 showing Australia)
1696
CORONELLI, P.Vincenzo
28 x 46 cm

Set of four gores of part of the Southern Hemisphere covering Australia and Coronelli's magnificent cartouche.

A gore originally was a section of map used to create a world globe. However,…[more]

Al La Serenissima Republica e Serenissimo Prencipe (4 from a set of 4)
Al La Serenissima Republica e Serenissimo Prencipe (4 from a set of 4)
1696
CORONELLI, P.Vincenzo
28 x 46 cm

Set of four gores of part of the Southern Hemisphere covering Australia and Coronelli's magnificent cartouche.

A gore originally was a section of map used to create a world globe. However,…[more]

Al La Serenissima Republica e Serenissimo Prencipe (3 from a set of 4)
Al La Serenissima Republica e Serenissimo Prencipe (3 from a set of 4)
1696
CORONELLI, P.Vincenzo
28 x 46 cm

Set of four gores of part of the Southern Hemisphere covering Australia and Coronelli's magnificent cartouche.

A gore originally was a section of map used to create a world globe. However,…[more]

Al La Serenissima Republica e Serenissimo Prencipe (2 from a set of 4)
Al La Serenissima Republica e Serenissimo Prencipe (2 from a set of 4)
1696
CORONELLI, P.Vincenzo
28 x 46 cm

Set of four gores of part of the Southern Hemisphere covering Australia and Coronelli's magnificent cartouche.

A gore originally was a section of map used to create a world globe. However,…[more]

Carte des Costes de L'Asie sur L'Ocean Contenant les Bancs
Carte des Costes de L'Asie sur L'Ocean Contenant les Bancs
1700
MORTIER, Pierre
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]

Hemisphere Meridional Pour Voir Plus Distinctement Les Terres Australes
Hemisphere Meridional Pour Voir Plus Distinctement Les Terres Australes
1714
DELISLE, Guillaume
45 x 45 cm

First edition of De lisle's polar hemispherical map showing Australia and New Zealand according to Tasman's two voyages in 1642-3 and 1644.

This is the first state of De l'isle's…[more]

Orientaliora Indiarum Orientalium . Oost Indien
Orientaliora Indiarum Orientalium . Oost Indien
1715
RENARD, Louis

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]