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Florenz

View of the town taken from Sachsischer Postillon and engraved on copper in german style by Hisler. Published in Wien in 1784. Very Rare. [cod.260/15]

  • Author: SACHSISCHER POSTILLON
  • Year: 1780 circa
  • Dimension: 295 x 190 mm
  • Place of publication: Vienna

 800,00

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Gebieth von Vicenza

Taken from the Schauplatz der funf Theile der Welt nach und zu Anton Friedrich Buschings grosser Erdebeschreibung” printed in Wien from 1789 to 1806. This atlas include 830 maps, printed on blue paper and coloured by hand.

  • Author: REILLY Franz Johann von
  • Year: 1789
  • Dimension: 250 x 225 mm
  • Place of publication: Vienna

 200,00

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Gegend zwischen Lonato, Castiglione, Montichiari und Castenedolo

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

 1.400,00

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Prospekt der stadt Triest

Veduta panoramica della citta’, incisa da A. Sommer e pubblicata ad Augsburg. Il caratteristico stile teutonico dell’autore si evidenzia nelle forme dei tetti. Rara. [cod.417/15]

  • Author: SOMMER A.
  • Year: 1780
  • Dimension: 150 x 240 mm
  • Place of publication: Vienna

 500,00

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Roma

A rare copper engraved panorama of Rome taken from the really uncommon “Sachsischer Postillon” a kind of historic-geographic magazine published in Vienna in 1784. At top the portrait of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III and a key to 82 point of interest numbered on the view. The author is George Hisler (signed in the lower right) who drawn Rome in curious German stile easily visible in the shape of the roofs and bell towers. Central fold as issued. In very good condition.

  • Author: SACHSISCHER POSTILLON
  • Year: 1784
  • Dimension: 180 x 300 mm
  • Place of publication: Vienna

 800,00

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So wollten unsere Feinde Europa gestalten

Interessante documento storico edito nel 1916 dal Wiener Zeitung, che mostra quale dovrebbe essere il nuovo ordine in Europa dopo la vittoria degli Alleati. Il volantino facendo riferimento a fonti francesi secondo le quali l’Impero Austro-Ungarico dovrebbe essere sconfitto descrive i nuovi ipotetici confini: l’Alto Adige, la Carinzia sud-occidentale, la Slovenia e l’Istria sono assegnate all’Italia, il Tirolo del nord alla Svizzera mentre la Boemia, così come come l’Ungheria, con la Transilvania, diventano nazioni autonome.
Le nuove divisioni territoriali immaginate prima della fine della Guerra si dimostrarono, una volta finito il conflitto, leggermente diverse.
La carta è arricchita in alto dalle illustrazioni di un sommergibile e di un aereo a ricordare i mezzi militari a disposizione degli Alleati.

  • Author: Verlag des Osterreichischen Flottenvereines
  • Dimension: 30 x 47 cm
  • Place of publication: Vienna
  • Year: 1916

 200,00

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Antica Veduta Venezia panorama view Venedig Venice Veneto

Venedig

A rare copper engraved panorama of Venice from the really uncommon “Sachsischer Postillon” a kind of historic-geographic magazine published in Vienna in 1784. At top the portrait of Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV and a key to 65 point of interest numbered on the view. The author is George Hisler who drawn the city in curious German stile easily visible in the shape of the roofs and bell towers.

  • Author: SACHSISCHER POSTILLON
  • Year: 1784
  • Dimension: 300 x 185 mm
  • Place of publication: Vienna
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veduta originale antica venezia

Venedig

Impressive very fine large view of Venice by Franz Josef Sandmann (1805-1856) after Nicolas Marie Chapuy (1790-1858) published in Wien in 1850 by Paterno & Sohn.

  • Author: CHAPUY Nicolas Marie – SANDMANN Franz Josef
  • Year: 1850 ca.
  • Dimension: 420 x 660 mm
  • Place of publication: Vienna

 1.400,00

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