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The first atlas illustrated with woodcut maps

PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius; translated by ANGELUS, Jacobus, and edited by Nicolaus GERMANUS., 1482. 

The first printed sea atlas

SONETTI, Bartolomeo dalli, 1485. 

The first atlas wholly printed in colours, incorporating the first printed map to indicate Japan

PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius; Bernardus SYLVANUS, 1511. 

The geometrization of space: the most important of all the Ptolemy editions”

PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius; and Martin WALDSEEMULLER, 1513. 

First map in an edition of Ptolemy to name America”

PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius, 1525. 

Servetus — the expurgated edition — with contemporary hand-colour

PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius; and Michael VILLANOVANUS, known as SERVETUS’, 1541. 

A Scottish astronomer of considerable reputation”

BASSANTIN, Jacques, 1557. 

Ruscelli’s Humanist translation of Ptolemy, including the first twin hemisphere world map in an atlas

PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius; Girolamo RUSCELLI., 1561. 

Bordone’s Isolario in contemporary binding

BORDONE, Benedetto di, 1565. 

The rutter for which all waggoners are named

WAGHENAER, Lucas Janszoon, 1586. 

A rare portolan atlas showing the shift in focus from the Mediterranean to northern Europe

DOSSAIGA, Jaime [DOUSAIGO, Jacques], 1590. 

A fine example of Camden’s Britannia in a contemporary binding

CAMDEN, William, 1600. 

Rare miniature atlas

BERTIUS, Petrus, 1603. 

The first atlas’

MERCATOR, Gerard; Jodocus HONDIUS, 1613. 


DRAYTON, Michael, 1613. 

From the inventory of the Van Keulen family of cartographers

CLOPPENBURG, Johannes, 1630. 
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