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  • Scarce map of Brescia from “Atlas Universel” by Francesco e Paolo Santini published in Venice at Remondini in 1777.

    • Author: SANTINI Francesco
    • Year: 1777
    • Dimension: 445 x 660 mm
    • Place of publication: Venice
  • Interesting and detailed map of Brescia are based on Sanson. From Nouveau Theatre de l’Italie by Covens and Mortier published in Amsterdam in 1705. decorative original colouring following as description in the top right corner the five divisions of the province: Val Camonica, Val Trompia, Val Sabbia, Riviera di Sal• and Brescia’s area.

    • Author: MORTIER Pierre
    • Year: 1705
    • Dimension: 504 x 570 mm
    • Place of publication: Amsterdam
  • Como

    More Info  180,00

    Plan and fortification of the town from “Force D’Europe…” by G. Bodenehr published in Augsburg in 1725. Perfect condition. [cod.111/15]

    • Author: BODENHER Gabriel
    • Year: 1725
    • Dimension: 160 x 220 mm
    • Place of publication: Augsburg
  • Como

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    Interesting town plan of the walled city of Como from the rare Schauplatz des Krieges In Italien, Oder Accurate Beschreibung der Lombardey by Thomas Fritschen published in Leipzig in 1702.

    • Author: Thomas Fritschen
    • Year: 1702
    • Dimension: 70 x 130 mm
    • Place of publication: Lipsia
  • Nice view of Brescia from “L’Italie de nos Jours” by Edmund Roche and published in Paris in 1843. [cod.994/15]

    • Author: VASI Giuseppe
    • Year: 1742
    • Dimension: 655 x 442 mm
    • Place of publication: Rome
  • Desenzano

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    Fine and scarce little view in lithograph from “Guida generale del Lago di Garda” published in Verona by Civelli in 1878. [cod.76/15]

    • Author: PENUTI Fioravante
    • Year: 1878
    • Dimension: 90 x 155 mm
    • Place of publication: Verona
  • Nice lithograph by Mller-Wegmann showing the Swiss Italian Alps (M. Sissone; P. Bracone; Cima di Cantone; Cima di Castella; Castello; M. di Zocca; Pizzi Gemelli etc.). Published in Bern in 1879.

    • Author: HARDING James Duffield
    • Year: 1836
    • Dimension: 270 x 385 mm
    • Place of publication: London
  • Fine map of Mantova from the french edition of Atlas major published in Amsterdam in 1667. The famous Blaeu’s firm was founded in 1596 by Willem Janzoon Blaeu (1571-1638) then continued by his two sons Cornelius (1616-1648) and Johannis (1596-1673). Their greatest cartographic achievement was the publication of the magnificent Atlas Major with 600 maps all finely engraved and embellished by elaborate cartouches, heraldic detail and especially by splendid calligraphy. The Atlas Major represents one of the finest moments in cartography. The firm shut down in 1672 when their offices were destroyed during the Great Amsterdam fire. A year afterwards Johannis Blaeu died. The firm’s surviving stocks of plates and maps were gradually dispersed, some of the plates being bought by F. de Wit and Schenk and Valck, before final closure in 1695.

    • Author: BLAEU Johannis
    • Year: 1667
    • Place of publication: Amsterdam
    • Dimension: 380 x 500 mm
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    Fine and scarce little view in lithograph from “Guida generale del Lago di Garda” published in Verona by Civelli in 1878. [cod.79/15]

    • Author: PENUTI Fioravante
    • Year: 1878
    • Dimension: 90 x 155 mm
    • Place of publication: Verona
  • A rare large map of Lonato, Castiglione delle Stiviere, Montichiari and Castenedolo dissected and backed on linen. Published in Wien in 1820 ca.

    • Author: Ufficio Topografico Militare Austriaco
    • Year: 1820
    • Dimension: 1450 x 900 mm
    • Place of publication: Vienna
  • The very rare card showing the card number 9 of Lombardy in northern Italy (9 cities Angera, Novara, Vigevano, Valenza, Mortara, Sesto Calende, Binasco etc..) providing some geographical information on rivers, lakes and towns (and their distance in miles to Rome). Published by Nicholas De Poilly in Paris in 1763. A collector’s items.
    From a pack of playing cards where the value of each card is indicated by the number of towns on it, and each suit by the colour. The court cards, bearing heads of kings, queens and knaves, have statistical details inside a panel of hanging drapery. Cfr. British Museum 1906,0723.36.1-51

    • Author: DE POILLY Nicholas
    • Year: 1763
    • Dimension: 60 x 80 mm
    • Place of publication: Paris
  • l libro propone la totale catalogazione delle carte geografiche del territorio Bresciano realizzate in un arco di tempo che va dal 1505, anno della prima mappa di Elia Capriolo, fino al 1798.
    Trecento anni di storia dell’evoluzione di storia bresciana sintetizzati in 46 mappe/schede illustrate e corredate da un interessante studio bibliografico su un numeroso ed eterogeneo gruppo di incisori, editori e cartografi provenienti da varie parti del mondo, che hanno voluto delineare, ognuno usando il proprio stile e la propria tecnica le peculiarità del territorio.
    Il nuovo riferimento per i collezionisti delle antiche carte geografiche di Brescia.

    • Author: Giuseppe Nova – Ruggiero Fontanella
    • Year: 2017
    • Dimension: 215 x 300 mm
    • Place of publication: Brescia