Panorama of Barcelona taken from the sea finely engraved by Harmanus van Loon. From Suitte des Forces de l’Europe ou Quatrieme Partie de l’Introduction a la Fortification by Nicolas de Fer published in Paris, 1695.
[Spain] Vue ou Profil de Barcelone Capitale de Catalogne
A fine miniature map of Portugal from “Theatro del Mondo” the famous plagiarised version of Ortelius’ pocket atlas published specifically for the Italian market by Pietro Marchetti. First printed in Brescia this is the rare Venetian edition of 1667. Italian text on verso.
- Author: MARCHETTI Pietro
- Year: 1667
- Dimension: 75 x 105 mm
- Place of publication: Venice
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A fine map of Spain and Portugal richly embellished by vignettes illustrating the most important historic buildings of Spain. Published by Banco de Bilbao in 1950. Inset Canaries.
- Author: Banco de Bilbao
- Dimension: 60 x 83 cm
- Place of publication: San Sebastian
- Year: 1950
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Large pictorial map showing the handicraft products of each Spanish town through lovely vignettes. Published in Barcelona in 1947 at the Llauger S.A. for the trade union association of artisans based in Madrid.
- Dimension: 86 x 70 cm
- Place of publication: Barcelona
- Year: 1947
Carte itineraire physique politique et routiere de l’Espagne et du Portugal: indiquant les trois grandes Regions geographiques les ancines et les nouvelles DivisionsMore Info € 600,00
This extremely uncommon carte-a-figures map from the 19th century features the Iberian Peninsula and is surrounded with defly engraved figures and representations of places of note in Spain and Portugal. The vignettes flanking the map include Alhambra, Malaga, The Giralda Bell Tower of the Cathedral of Seville, Burgos Cathedral, Tower of Orangers in Seville, St. Nicholas’s Tower in Cordova, the Carmel Convent, Madrid, Lisbon and El Prado in addition to others. The figures below the map include a bull fighter and typical attire for residents of various parts of Spain and Portugal. The map is filled with details of roads, towns and cities, as well as topography and was made as a folding map to assist travelers in the region.
- Author: A. R. Fremin
- Dimension: 53,5 x 73 cm
- Place of publication: Paris
- Year: 1840