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Rare woodcut map of Italy based on Coppo, Rosselli and Vavassori orientated with the south on right. From the famous Schwyzer Chronik by Johann Stumpf, the first atlas printed in Switzerland. Within a page of german text. Original colors.
Funny pictorial map showing regional costumes of Italy published by Impermeabili San Giorgio a raincoat factory in Genua. The author of the very decorative and uncommon map is Aldo Cicheri. Includes title cartouche with brand logo, decorated with large vessel and compass rose oriented with the north to upper margin. In the left panels with the address by regions where the raincoats were sold. Text and vignette illustrations on verso of map.
An attractive and rare playing board for a “game goose” designed to teach the geographical places of Italy.
The Game of the Goose is a race game wherein players move their pieces according to the dice and the goal is to get to the end first. Some sections are labeled with instructions to move forward or backward, while landing on a “goose” section gives the player another roll or spin. In this case arriving at squares 6, 26 and 37, one advances by as many squares as in the preceding throw. After arriving at square 13, shipwreck, the player has to wait there until another player arrives. At 20 one has to miss a turn, at 30 one moves straight to Trieste at 42, and so on, according to the printed instructions.
Divertente carta dell’Italia divisa in regioni rappresentate come figure antropomorfe vincitrice nel 1908 del concorso geografico del Giornalino della Domenica, deliziosa pubblicazione per fanciulli, di Luigi Bertelli.
Il giornalino della Domenica fu un settimanale creato il 24 giugno 1906 da Luigi Bertelli, alias Vamba, nome tratto da Ivanhoe.
Scrissero per il giornalino, oltre allo stesso Vamba, scrittori e scrittrici celebri quali: Edmondo de Amicis, Luigi Capuana, Grazia Deledda, Ada Negri, Emilio Salgari, Antonio Beltramelli, Luisa Macina Gervasio (nota come Luigi di San Giusto). Nel 1925, confluì nel Giornalino della Domenica, comparendovi come un inserto autonomo, la rivista Giro Giro Tondo, fondata nel 1921 da Antonio Beltramelli.
Le illustrazioni erano eseguite dai migliori disegnatori dell’epoca quali: Antonio Rubino, Giuseppe Biasi, Mario Mossa De Murtas, Filiberto Scarpelli, Umberto Brunelleschi, Marcello Dudovich, Sergio Tofano.
Dopo alterne vicende ed interruzioni cessa definitivamente le pubblicazioni nel 1927.
Detailed lovely map by Eduard Dumas-Vorzet showing Italy before the unification from the famous Atlas Universel d’Histoire et de Geographie by Marie Nicolas Bouillet published in Paris in 1877.
Engraved on copper by G. Porro from “Geografia di Tolomeo” published in Padua in 1621 by Galignani. Map is on a full sheet of Italian text. [cod.491/15]
Miniature map from “Neu aussgeffertigter kleiner Atlas” by J. Muller published in Franckfurt in 1702 at Johann Philip Andrea. Engraved with great care by G. Karsch e G. Bodeneher. Rare.
A particularly attractive pictorial map of Italy by anonymous author published in 1930 circa. This map extends from Bolzano to Rome and is covered with vignettes describing major towns and landmarks along the roads. Includes decorative cartouche, compass rose and inset lovely views illustrating the Milan Cathedral, San Marco in Venice and Piazza della Signoria in Florence. Uncommon.
A very scarce little and detailed map of Italy by C.L. De Launay from “Der seinen zu erziehen habenden jungen Cavalier in der Profan- und Kirchen-Historie, so wohl als in der Geographie…” published in Augsburg in 1738. [cod.430/15]
Striking very detailed map of Italy highlighting the food and culinary delights found throughout the country. Published in 1962 by Van den Berg a margarine factory in Milan.
A very rare large map of ancient Italy by Giovanni Spinelli published in Milan in 1723. This is the first map of the peninsula based on De L’Isle printed in Italy. In the upper right the title “Italiae Antiquae Tabula Mediolani ex Typographia Soc. Palatinae MDCCXXIII” in a decorative cartouche with the roman gods of Saturn and Mercury. This important map was the model which the Venetian Angela Baroni, the first woman to engrave a map, for her version […]
Fine and early historical map of Italy based on classical sources and Gastaldi’s. From the 1624 final edition by Balthasar Moretus of the first historical atlas ever published. Ortelius?s Parergon began as a companion to his Theatrum but eventually it became an independent work. In fact, this collection of maps of the ancient world was so significant that it became the model for all historical atlases published throughout the seventeenth century. [cod.955/15]
A decorative lovely postcard published as an advertisement for Amidon Remy, a company witch produced starch from rice. At top map of Italy below nice scenes with Vesuvio, Rome and Venice. Published in Wijgmaal (Brabant) in 1910 circa.
A lovely little map published in 1920 circa as advertising for La Belle Jardiniere, the first great shopping center in Paris, showing Italy embellished by view of Rome. Below essential notes and curiosity.
Detailed lovely map by Eduard Dumas-Vorzet showing south Italy inset Neaples from the famous Atlas Universel d’Histoire et de Geographie by Marie Nicolas Bouillet published in Paris in 1877.
Detailed lovely map by Eduard Dumas-Vorzet showing north Italy inset environs of Milan from the famous Atlas Universel d’Histoire et de Geographie by Marie Nicolas Bouillet published in Paris in 1877.
Striking map of Italy by J.G. Schreibern, with decorative cartouche, compass rose and descriptive text in the right. Based on Blaeu’s map of Italy of 1635. From “Atlas Selectus” first published in Leipzig in 1740. A fine old color example. [cod.1138/15]
Lovely engraved map based on the cartography by C. Franz Radefeld (1788-1874) showing the whole Italy. Inset map of Malta and the surrundings of Neaples and Rome. From the “Meyer’s Neuester Zeitungs Atlas” published by Bibliographischen Instituts in Hildburghausen in 1849-52. [cod.434/15]
Fine and scarce little map of Italy based on Magini by Robert Morden from his “The Geographical Grammar. Being a Short and Exact Analysis of the whole Body of Modern Geography” di Robert Morden published in London at Gordon in 1708. On the left a key with 14 point of interest.
One of the most attractive and uncommon maps of Italy of 19th century. This is based on Rizzi Zannoni stunning map of 1802 here re-engraved by Smith only slightly smaller than the original. Mawman has narrowed the map in the horizontal by reformatting the whole with a northwesterly orientation in which most of Sicily and Corsica are cropped out in order to draw the focus of the map more firmly to the peninsular mainland of … [cod.1189/15]
An uncommon large folding map of Italy showing the Sanctuaries and the streets to reach it by car. On verso description in french of the sacred places and the itineraries. Drawn by Artist Virgilio Retrosi published in 1937 by Ente Nazionale del Turismo.
Little copper engraving map of whole Italy based on Delisle and engraved by Aleja. From the rare work “La scienza delle persone di Corte di spada e di toga…” by H.P. De Limiers published in Neaples in 1782. [cod.439/15]