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JEFFERYS, Thomas, 1719-1771 : GERMANY.
[London : ca.1760]. A neatly worked antique map of greater Germany by the well-known Thomas Jefferys, Geographer to King George III. The map extends eastwards to include Pomerania, Silesia, Moravia, etc., and southwards across Switzerland. With a decorative rococo cartouche, scale bar, etc. English school. Third quarter of the 18th century.
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MOLL, Herman, 1654?-1732 : THE SOUTH WEST PART OF GERMANY : CONTAINING YE DOMINIONS OF YE ARCHBISHOPS AND ELECTORS OF MENTZ & TREVES ...
[London : 1729 (or later)]. An attractive antique map of south-west Germany, taking in Frankfurt, Mainz, Mannheim, Heidelberg, Stuttgart and Augsburg. In the highly distinctive style of the German-born mapmaker Herman Moll (fl.1678-1732) and originally produced for his “Atlas Minor” (London : 1729).
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STOCKDALE, John, 1750-1814 - publisher : A PLAN OF THE CITY OF COLOGN [KÖLN].
London : J. Stockdale, 1800. An attractive town plan of Cologne with good detail of the fortifications and a keyed index to over fifty of the principal buildings. Published by the colourful John Stockdale.
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