This is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique
001mide: 1882 Map: Biblical Exodus in Holy Land. Interesting, engraved map, published in 1882 by H.H. Hardesty. Title is "Map of the Lands of the Exodus." The route of the Israelites¬’ wanderings between Egypt and Jericho is traced with a red line.
11x14 in. $60
1860 Harper's Weekly - The American College and Sheik's house at Abeih, near Dheir-El-Kamar, Syria.
11" x 15.5" $30
1862 Illustrated London News Diving for sponges on the coast of Syria.
10.75" x 16" $30
Gleason's Pictorial Hotel, in Damascus.
11" x 15" $30
1859 Illustrated London News, Beit Mary, Mount Lebanon, the scene of the recent conflict between the Druses and the Maronites.
15.5" x 10.5" $30
1865 Le Monde Illustre Voyage De L'Empereur.
14.5" x 10.25" $30
1877 Harper's Weekly - A Bedouin Arab of Moab retreating
over the Jordan.
11" x 16" $40
1870 Appleton's Journal - The Arab Story-Teller.
7.5 " x 10.5" $40
H.A. Harper Mount Hermon.
13" x 9" $40
1921 Coronation of Emir Feisal as King of Irak - ceremony at Bagdad.
11" x 16" $40
1780 Colonel De Cavalerie Arabe.
11" x 17.5" $300
1773 A Scene in the Persian Seraglio.
9" x 14" $60
1813 Mamalukes Excercising
12" x 9" $100
1799 "Tombeaux Situes Sur La Route De HHems A Ba Albek" Tombs Located on the road to Ba 'albek HHeM (Lebanon).
20.5" x 13.25" $650
1799 "Chateau et portion de la ville de Hemss, Jadis Emese" Portion of the castle and the town of hemss once gerotim. Scenic Journey to Syria, the Phoenician,
Palestine & Lower Egypt.
20.5" x 13.5" $650
1822 Arts & vocations; cotton, the spinners and wool, timber.
19.5" x 26.5" $300
1822 Arts & Vocations; carpenters.
19.5" x 26.5" $300
1822 Arts & Vocations; camel.
19.5" x 26.5" $300
1764 D'Anville Orbit Romani Pars Orientalis Auspicus Serenissimi Principis Ludovici Philippi Aurelianorum Ducis.
22 " x 27" $450
1768 - A map of the places adjacent to Issus (Iraq).
9" x 8" $100
1675 Populi Persarum Arabes.
9.5" x7.25" $150
1835 Asia Minor.
13.25" x 10" $50
1849 Middle Eastern colored Atlas titled, "Orbis Veteribus Notus," published in London by
W. Tegg & Co.
12 x 9-1/4 in. $50
1797 Mediterranean Sea, engraved from Malham's Naval Gazetteer.
16" x8.25" $300
1874 Map of Part of Yemen.
10.5" x 8.5" $40
1865 Orbis Terrarvm - insets: Babylon, Persepolis, Necropolis.
18" x14.5" $60
1843 Ancient Syria by W. Hughes.
14" x 17" $60
c.1850 Asia Minor - by William Henry Francis.
17" x 14" $40
Algiers - Panrama City View featuring a lengthy description written in French. Fine condition. Hand colored half-tone engraving. C.1900.
23 x 9 in. $40
1740 Eman. Bowen Anatolia or Asia Minor with Syria and such other provinces of teh Turkish Empire.
20.5" x 16.25" $200
1809 Red Sea from Salaka and Fiddali trade and exploration routes.
24" x 30.5" $350
1762 Jusqu'a L'An by Buy de Mornas shows most of the Kingdom of Lydia (Turkey).
15" x 21.5" $200
1764 Laurie & Whittle Red Sea to North of Black Sea.
21.5" x 29" $400
1768 Middle Eastern map titled, "Palestinae Seu Terrae Promissionis," which is an historical map: Imperium of King David and Solomon revealing fundamental facts of the Old Testaments, such as escape from Egypt, Kingdom of David and of Solomon, etc. Detailed inscriptions in this map in Egypt, the Holy Land, Syria, S. Turkey, etc. Roman versions of names are underlined. Map Maker is
Tho. Kitchin Sculps.
24-1/2 x 18-1/2 in. $450
1893 Chromolithograph showing a "View of Al-Madinah, The Burial Place of the Prophet." Published in "Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah & Meccah" by Captain Sir Richard F. Burton, London.
8-1/4 x 5-1/2 in. $35
1893 chromolithograph showing, "Musalla Al-Nabi, The Prophet's Place of Prayer." Published in "Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah & Meccah" by Captain Sir Richard F. Burton, London.
8-1/4 x 5-1/2 in. $45
1687 Hand colored copper engraving showing, "Imperator Primus 1450 Mahomethes Magnus, Turcarum," in circular image on top and text below.
15 x 9 in. $80
1868 Hand-tinted engraved map of "The Peninsula of Mount Sinai," By the Rev. F.W. Holland, M.A., London, Stanford's Geographical Establishment. Fine condition.
17-1/2 x 17 in. $225
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Chromolithograph showing Jaffa Gate, Jaffator and
Porte de Jaffa, Jerusalem.
11-1/2 x 9 in. $30
1850 TURKEY in ASIA map with inset in bottom left corner of the Environs of Constantinople. Entered according 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. Antique hand colored map has a thick green and pink border and is in
1749 Babylon - Hand colored copper engraving showing an early Babylon surrounded with portraits
of Biblical people.
10 x 8-1/2 in. $95
Carte de L’Arabie, du Golfe Persique, et De La Mer Rouge, Bonne 1774 - An excellent hand colored and copper engraved map of Arabia and the Red Sea, by the French cartographer Robert Bonne. Very detailed, Jerusalem at the top with the Gulf of Persia to the Northeast, the Tropic of Cancer runs through the middle of the map, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia don’t exist yet and Egypte is noted across the Red Sea. Very rare and hard to find map of the Arabian Peninsula, especially in this condition. From Atlas Encylopedique, by Bonne and Desmarets. Condition: Very good, wide margins, major fold in middle not really visible, small browning on outside of bottom left
margin and right.
size 14 x 10 inch image.
Sketch of the Countries Situated between Shiraz and Constantinople Melish, 1824 - A rare and unusual engraved and originally colored map showing the route of his majesty’s mission under Sir Harford Jones Bart. In 1809 from Bushire to Tehran and then to Constantinople, also the route of Col Malcolm in 1801 by J. Rennell. Condition: Very Good, small right margin some folds but good vibrant pastel color with some water stains throughout but
not very noticeable.
size 17 x 10 inch image.
Carte De La Syrie Blanchard and Freres, 1844 A hand colored and steel engraved map of Syria from the Atlas Georgraphique et Iconographique, Paris and published by M. L. Migne. The topography is highly detailed and the map covers Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and what now is Israel. Condition: Very good, small left margin browning on edges and light foxing in margins.
size 10.5 x 14 inch image.
Afghanistan (Cabool) The Punjab and Beloochistan, Tallis, 1850 - A very attractive steel engraved map of Afghanistan and Pakistan by John Tallis, with three wonderful inset vignettes: 1.) of a Sultan Mahmoud and Fortress Ghuznee, 2,) another with Lahore with horses, camels, riders and mosques in the background, 3.) Boats on the Indus River. India, or Hindoostan as it is called on the map to the lower right with the Arabian Sea on the bottom left, the map has a very decorative motif border as with most Tallis and Rapkin maps of the time. From Tallis’s Illustrated Atlas, and Modern History of the World, Geographical, Political, Commercial and Statistical. Condition: Very good, small margins, slight tears on top margin outside the image, some browning on edges.
size 13.5 x 9.5 inch image.
1835 Persia, Arabia, Tartary, Afghanistan hand colored map.
12-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $60
1850 Rare hand colored engraved map of Persia and Arabia &c. Entered According to Act of Congressby Thomas
Cowperthwait & Co.
17 x 13-1/2 in. $160
Merman J. Meyer hand colored steel engraving showing Tehran.
10 x 7 in. $50
1893 Color image showing the Land of the Semites -- Desert and Caravan. Copyrighted by the Jones Brothers Publishing Company. Plate V.
10 x 6-1/2 in. $30
1885 The Graphic wood engravings showing in top image, "The English Legation, Teheran;" and bottom image shows "Mount Seir, Missionary Summer Residence (Ooromiah)." Caption underneath reads, Persia Ilustrated."
16 x 11 in. $30
Mohammedanism color map showing the Modammedan Empire with an inset of Mesopotamia, Irak, and Syria. Plate VIII.
14-1/2 x 10 in. $60
Two colored maps on one page. Top map is of Turkey in Asia (Asia Minor) and bottom map shows Persia and Afghanistan.
25-1/2 x 19 in. $110
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