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    Interesting map of Duchy of Milan and Kingdom of Venice centered on Lago di Garda. The map provides a remarkably detailed topographical view of the region north of the Alpennines, including the thriving commercial and agricultural regions from Turin and Milan to the low lying regions west of Venice, with many postal roads and other details shown. The map includes an elaborate title cartouche reflecting the military activity in the mountainous regions of the map,…

    • Author: SEUTTER Georg Matthaus
    • Dimension: 47 x 57 cm
    • Place of publication: Augsburg
    • Year: 1730
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    Panoramic view of Verona by Francesco Cepparuli from “Lo Stato Presente di Tutti i Paesi e Popoli del Mondo … parte dell’Italia dedicata a Ignazio Boncompagni Ludovisi” published in Naples, 1754. This is the well-known plagiarized version re-engraved by Cepparuli of the same plate in Thomas Salmon’ Lo Stato Presente di Tutti i Paesi e Popoli del Mondo published in 1751 by Albrizzi.

    • Author: Francesco Cepparuli
    • Dimension: 16 x 31 cm
    • Place of publication: Naples
    • Year: 1754
  • A rare and very decorative scene of the battle near Cassano. From “Repraesentatio belli, ob successionem in Regno Hispanico…”, published in Ausburg in 1720 by Jeremias Wolff. Inset in the beautifull cartouche a little map of the area of the battle.

    • Author: DECKER Paul, Jeremias Wolff
    • Year: 1720
    • Dimension: 350 x 500 mm
    • Place of publication: Augsburg
  • Interesting plan of the battle at Carpi near Legnago 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: 75 x 140 mm
    • Place of publication: Lipsia
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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.82/15]

    • Author: PENUTI Fioravante
    • Year: 1878
    • Dimension: 90 x 155 mm
    • Place of publication: Verona
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    J. M. Ziegler’s interesting map focuses on the road and railway system, standing out for its attention to topography and for accurately depicting Alpine crossings during a time when the distinction between lowland and mountain roads was keenly felt. The map highlights communication routes, prominently featuring railways marked in red, distinguishing between those already built and those nearing completion. Notably, the Milan-Bologna railway was contested by the Austrians due to its potential to unite the…

    • Author: Jakob Melchior Ziegler
    • Dimension: 42 x 74 cm
    • Place of publication: Winterthur
    • Year: 1853
  • carta lombardo veneto
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    Large map of the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia drawn by Gaetano Monticelli here in the final edition of 1866, which is characterised by the beautiful and detailed representation of Istria. Interesting and precise is the orography designed with a particular stroke to give a sense of three-dimensionality to the reliefs. The important river system of the territory and the rich toponymy with the indication of many urban centres, even minor ones, are highlighted. First and second class communication routes are indicated, as well as those that can be travelled, with the relevant post stations The map is completed in the bottom left-hand corner by the table with the ‘Prospetto Statistico delle Provincie del Regno Lombardo Veneto’ (Statistical Prospectus of the Provinces of the Lombardy-Veneto Kingdom). Published in Milan in 1866 at Artaria.

    • Author: Gaetano Monticeli
    • Dimension: 52 x 89,5 cm
    • Place of publication: Milan
    • Year: 1866
  • carta gastronomica verona lago di garda
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    A vibrantly colored pictorial food map of Verona and Lake of Garda, designed by Gianni Ainardi in 1968 to promote tourism in the area.

    • Author: Gianni Ainardi
    • Dimension: 35 x 49 cm
    • Place of publication: Verona
    • Year: 1968
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    Carta del Lombardo-Veneto pubblicata in 4 fogli riportati su tela a stacchi e custoditi nell’astuccio originale in cartoncino verde. In basso a sinistra i due titoli, in italiano e in tedesco, la legenda con la spiegazione dei segni convenzionali, elenco delle divisioni territoriali in 17 provincie di Lombardia e Venezia, indicazioni editoriali e scala delle distanze. L’interessante orografia è rappresentata col tratteggio a luce zenitale nel territorio sono indicate le stazioni di posta, le miniere,…

    • Author: Istituto Geografico Militare Austriaco
    • Dimension: 95 x 152 cm
    • Place of publication: Milan
    • Year: 1838
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    Carta geografica del Regno Lombardo Veneto incisa da Giuseppe Pezze sotto la direzione dell’I. R. Primo Tenente Ingegnere Geografo in pensione Giovanni Brenna. Nell’angolo in alto a sinistra un riquadro con il titolo, le attribuzioni di responsabilità e i dati editoriali mentre nell’angolo in basso a destra sotto l’indicazione delle scale metriche sono riportati i segni convenzionali che riguardano le Poste, Porti e Passaggi, Strade Postali e Provinciali. In basso a sinistra una interessante tabella…

    • Author: Domenico Lilliè, Giuseppe Pezze
    • Dimension: 45 x 79 cm
    • Place of publication: Milan
    • Year: 1848
  • Wall map of the Lombardy-Venetia Kingdom published in Milan in 1851 at Giovanni Cogliati’s printing house. The map, drawn by C. Pinchetti and G. Brenna, was engraved by Giuseppe Pezze. It is embellished in the lower part by the topographic maps of the main cities of the Kingdom: Como, Pavia, Lodi, Bergamo, Milan, Sondrio, Cremona, Brescia, Mantua, Verona, Vicenza, Rovigo, Padua, Venice, Belluno, Treviso, and Udine, accompanied by interesting historical information and statistical tables.

    • Author: C. Pinchetti, Giovanni Brenna, Giuseppe Pezze
    • Dimension: 86 x 130 cm
    • Place of publication: Milan
    • Year: 1851
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    Northern Italy’s detailed map stands out due to its beautiful representation of the landscape and the innovative approach of marking not only the altitude of the mountains but also of the towns in the area. The warning in the bottom right-hand corner, placed under the legend of the conventional signs, is significant: “this map follows the one in a single sheet engraved and published by the Royal Corps of Staff”; therefore, the map is related…

    • Author: Litografia Giordana e Salussolia
    • Dimension: 60 x 83 cm
    • Place of publication: Turin
    • Year: 1859