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000ger:
1649 Decorative Blaeu Map mof Frankfurt, Germany Region titled, "Novam Hanc Territorii Francofurtensis Tabulam. It was drawn by Joan and Cornelius Blaeu. It is known as one of the most ornate and beautiful maps ever published by the Blaeu firm. Frankfurt, Germany is the city that stands out the most, appearing as a miniature city plan surrounded by protective walls. Surrounding the map are crests and coats of arms of local nobility. Four hman figures named Pax, Concordia, Consilium, and Iustatia appear on top. A decorative cartouche surrounds the title at the bottom of map. Original hand coloring and in very good condition.
22 x 18 in. $2,000



001ger: 1845 Mitchell map of Prussia. With original hand color. Very detailed. Inset map of the environs of Berlin.
14x17 in. $110


 


005ger: 1920 Post-WWI German Territory Map. Showing territorial losses of Germany after WWI. Includes text.
11x16 in. $30



006ger: 1866 Johnson's Map of Prussia. Original hand coloring and decorative border.
12x15 in. $80



007ger: 1884 Southern Germany Map. Original lithograph.This large scale map of the Southern part of the German Empire was
pulbished by Bradley.
size: 25x18 in. $80



008ger: 1884 Map of Northern Germany. Original color, attractive border. Published by Bradley. 18x25 in. $80



009ger: 1805 Arrowsmith Map of the Prussian States. Copper Engraving on handlaid paper. Hand colored. size:
11x9 in. $100



010ger: 1802 Map of Germany and the Netherlands. Gibson's copper engraved map on hand laid paper. 8-1/2x8-1/2 in. $90



011ger: 1920 Post-WWI European Map. Showing new European borders after WWI: Shrunken Hapsburg empire, and new Balkan boundaries.
11x16 in. $30



015Germany:
1782 Hand colored copper engraving showing a bird's-eye View of Dresden, the Capitol City of Saxony. Artist is Alex Hogg.
15 x 10 in. $150



016Germany:
1752 Hand colored copper engraving showing a bird's-eye View of Frankfort on the Maine
by James Mynde.
15 x 8-1/2 in. $125



017Germany:
1752 Hand colored copper engraving showing a bird's-eye View of Mentz.
15 x 9 in. $125



018Germany:
1752 Hand colored copper engraving showing a bird's-eye View of Triers.
15 x 8-1/2 in. $125



019Germany:
1752 Hand colored copper engraving showing a bird's-eye
View of Augsburg.
14-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $150



020Germany:
1752 Hand colored copper engraving showing a bird's-eye view
of Nuremburg.
15 x 9 in. $125



021Germany:
1752 Hand colored copper engraving showing a bird's-eye view of Munster.
15 x 9 in. $125



022Germany:
1752 Hand colored copper engraving showing a bird's-eye view
of Cologn(e).
15 x 9 in. $150



023Germany:
1752 Hand colored copper engraving showing a bird's-eye view of Berlin.
14-1/2 x 9 in. $150



100ger: 1884 German Beach Scene. Hand-colored engraving shows a beach scene at Neumuehlen on the Elbe. Published in The Aldine, a late 19th century art journal. 12x16 in. $40



101ger: 1930 View of Nuremberg Hospital. Print shows a photograph of Nuremberg Hospital published circa 1930. 9x12 in. $20



102ger: 1930 View of Heidelberg. Print is a 1930 photograph showing a bird's eye view of Heidelberg.
9x12 in. $20



103ger: 1871 Spa Scene in Hamburg. Beautiful, wood-engraving shows crowds gathered at the Trinkhalle and spa at Hamburg. Published in an 1871 issue of Harper's Weekly. Slight staining on edges does not affect image quality. 16x22 in. $50

 

106ger: 1875 Scene of a Bavarian Salt Mine. Richly colored wood engraving shows salt mine workers. The title is, "A Bavarian Salt Mine--Crossing the Lake." Print is accompanied by unrelated text. Published in an 1875 issue of Harper's Weekly. 11x16 in. $40



108ger: 1875 Street scene in Berlin. Wood engraving shows crowds gathered around a seltzer water cart on a Berlin street. Published in an 1875 issue of Harper's Weekly.
 11x16 in. $30



109ger: 1888 Berlin Scenes. Prints shows several wood engravings of scenes in and around Berlin. A detailed Berlin coat-of-arms appears on the top left. Engravings are accompanied by text. Published in an 1888 issue of Harper's Weekly.
11x16 in. $30


 

114ger: RARE Old 1680 Map of Bavaria Germany. Extremely detailed, engraved map of Bavaria, drawn by J. Jansonius of Amsterdam, and printed circa 1680. Title is "Bavariae Superioris et Inferioris, nova descriptio." The title is in a decorative frame in the upper right corner, and a coat of arms is in the upper left corner. In the lower right, there is a mileage scale surrounded by a decorative design. Nice original hand coloring, mostly in green and yellow. In the margins, there is unusual red line framing which was drawn by hand around the printed border. Anyone with an interest in 17th century Germany would love this map, because of its incredible detail as well as its age. 21x25 in. $500



110ger: 1883 Portrait of the Emperor of Germany and His Royal Guests. Richly detailed wood engraving shows the Emperor of Germany and other royalty from Europe, including the Kings of Servia and Spain. From an 1883 issue of Harper's Weekly. 11x16 in. $30



112ger: 1899 German Military Uniforms by Werner. Handsome color lithograph by Werner, showing the uniforms worn by Hessian dragoons in the late 1800s. Printed in 1899 as an illustration to a book.
13x17 in. $60



200ger: Very Old, RARE Map: Southwest Germany. Extremely detailed, engraved map of the Baden-Wirtemberg, Upper Bavaria region in SW Germany, printed in 1745 by Homann Heirs. Title of the map is "Circuli Sueviae." This map illustrates the large quantity of miniature states into which Upper Bavaria was divided during the mid 18th century. Each state is hand colored with outline and wash coloring. Fortified cities, towns and even small villages are shown. The map title is surrounded by a decorative cartouche. A small portion (approx. 4 inches) of the bottom margin and border were missing, but they have been replaced by a restoration professional. The border has been expertly re-drawn in that area, and the repair does not detract from the map's beauty at all. Besides those repairs, condition is very good. 22x25 in. $400



202ger: RARE Antique View of Cologne Germany. Beautiful etching of the city of Cologne, as seen from the river. The cathedral is standing prominently in the distance, and boats are shown moored along the edge of the water. Printed in 1880. There are some very light spots of foxing on the paper, but they are barely noticeable. Overall condition is excellent.
14x21 in. $150



203ger: 1821 Lavoisne Map of Germany. Beautifully hand colored, engraved map of greater Germany, as it was divided and organized according to the Vienna Congress of 1816. From Lavoisne's Historical Atlas of 1821. Map image is surrounded on three sides by text, which gives detailed political information on all the German states. Also includes a chronological list of battles from the year 722 to 1813.
17x21 in. $250


205ger: 1743 Homann Heirs Map of SW Germany. Beautiful engraved map, drawn by D.I.M. Hase and published in 1743 by Homann Heirs. Title of the map is "Circuli Sveviae." It shows an area that is now Schwaben, in Southeastern Germany. At the time Schwaben was divided into numerous small states, each of which is marked with a different color on the map. This map is in very good condition, with no significant flaws.
21x25 in. $600


207ger: 1730 Stridbeck Map of Trier, Germany. Engraved map, with original outline hand coloring, published by Johann Stridbeck circa 1730. Map title is "Trier mit dero Gegen auf 2 Stunden." Shows the area around the town of Trier, which is in Western Germany near the Luxembourg border.
7x11 in. $75


208ger: 1756 De Vaugondy Map: Upper Saxony, Germany. Very detailed map of the southern part of Upper Saxony, published in 1756 by Robert De Vaugondy. Map title is "Partie Meridionale du Cercle de Haute Saxe." Title is surrounded by a decorative cartouche. Woods, rivers and borders are hand colored. Map is in very good condition, with no significant flaws. 20x27 in. $600


209ger: 1808 Map of North Germany by C. Smith. Detailed, hand-colored map, titled "Northern Part of Germany." Published in 1808 by C. Smith. The island of Rugen, and the adjacent Stralsund County are shown as Swedish possessions. Very good condition, with no tears, stains or other blemishes. 15x24 in. $200


210ger: 1816 Northern Germany Map by Neele. Engraved map, with original hand coloring, titled "Germany North of the Mayne." Drawn by Neele, and published in Thomson's General Atlas of 1816. Each state in the region is individually colored. A dense network of roads is shown. Map is in very good condition. 21x29 in. $300



211ger: 1752 Map of North Germany. Hand-colored, engraved map, titled "The North Part of Germany." No cartographer's name given. Published in 1752. Covers much of what is now northern Germany, as well as parts of Central Europe. Title is surrounded by a decorative cartouche. Excellent condition. 15x18 in. $250



212ger: 1794 Jefferys Map: Lower Saxony, Germany. Beautiful, detailed map of the Lower Elbe region in Germany, including the cities of Hamburg, Bremen, Hanover, etc. Cities, towns, major roads and geographical features are all shown. Bright original hand coloring. Title is surrounded by a decorative cartouche.
Excellent condition.
20x28 in. $500



213ger: 1720 Map of Bavarian Battlefield. Interesting map, titled "A Most Exact Plan of the Several Attacks at the Battle of Bleinhem and of the Incampment of both Armies Before and After the Battle." Published circa 1720. Refers to a battle which occurred in 1704 during the War of Spanish Succession. No mapmaker's name given. A chart on the left side explains the types and locations of troops in detail. Lower left margin is trimmed close to map border. Otherwise very good condition.
 15x16 in. $300



225ger:
Map of Bohemia, Morvia, Silesia, Lussatia with a great part of Saxony & Brandenburg, 1756 - An unusual steel engraved map of Northern Germany near Poland where the Prussian army gained a victory over the Austrians, Oct. 1, 1756." With table of distances, from Gentleman’s Magazine, the map has two insets on with distances, another showing the Plan of the Country where the Prussian victory occurred, great detail in the inset shows the positions of the armies. Condition: Good, small left margin, multiple folds, some on corners, yellow original coloring demarks regions.
size 10.5 x 15 image
$150



215ger: 1897 The Century Atlas. German Empire, Eastern Part. Copyright, 1897 by The Century Company, New York. The Matthews Northrup Company, Buffalo, N.Y. Map depicts the eastern part of the German Empire, with insets of Berlin and Hamburg. Excellent condition. 11.5x16in. $30



216ger: 1823 Prussia. Published by F. Lucas, Jr., Baltimore. B.T. Welch & Co. Hand-colored map of Prussia with indented border surrounding pale orange and black lined border. Excellent condition. 12x15in. $100



217ger: 1806 Germany, East. Published by by Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, Paternoster Row. Very detailed colored map of East Germany. Thin yellow and black border; excellent condition.
10.5x16.5in. $40



218ger: 1850 A New Map of Germany By J.H. Young; J.L. Hazzard, Sc. Entered acoording to Act of Congress in the year 1850 by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Map depicts a newer version of Germany, with a Table of German States and an Explanation below. Map in excellent condition with decorative green and pink border. 14x17in. $80



219ger: 1807 Germany East - Drawn under the direction of Mr. Arrowsmith, and Published as the Act directs on Dec. 1, 1807, by Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, Paternoster Row. Map in good condition with tan and black border. 12x17in. $40



221ger: 1870 Prussia, and the German States. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1870 by S. Augustus Mitchell, Jr. in the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Map in good condition with a very ornate grapevine border.12.5x15in. $60



222ger: c1910 Eastern Germany. Published in The Citizen's Atlas, by John Bartholomew & Co., Edinburgh. Map depicts Eastern Germany with the Kingdom of Prussia colored red. Excellent condition with
thin black border.
14x18in. $30

 

224ger:
1833 Lightly hand colored steel engraved map of Dresden, published under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (S.D.U.K.). A comparison of heights of prominent buildings is on bottom of map and map is in fine condition.
Map is published by
Baldwin & Cradock, London.
16 x 13-1/2 in. $175


 
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