Navigation

Antique Map Australasia by Lapie (1809)

Return to Previous Page
Description

Product Description

Antique map Australasia titled ‘Oceanique Australasian ~ 1809’.

French Australasian map, titled ‘Oceanique’ and including ‘Nouvelle Hollande’, using the Fench names given by the Boudain expedition, eg. ‘Terre de Napoleon’, before the revision from Matthew Flinders prior exploration of the same coast. By Pierre Lapie, dated 1809

Lapie’s map features an attractive vignette based on illustrations by Lesueur. Charles Lesueur was the young artist on Baudin’s voyage, famous for his fine illustrations of Australian animals.

Pierre Lapie was the first geographer to the King of France and Chief of the Topographic section of the War Office.

Artist: P. Lapie
Year: 1809
Medium: Copperplate engraving
Verso: Blank
Color: Modern outline.
Measurements: 290 x 221 mm.
Purchase Code:  M2400

5.950.000 IDR

355,00 Euro
410,00 USD

Product Enquiry

Product Enquiry

Related Products

Old city plan of BATAVIA 18th century

  Old city plan of BATAVIA 18th century A fine mid-18th century bird’s-eye plan of the city and fortifications of Jakarta, the capital of the Dutch East Indies in old colour drawn by Jacques Nicolas...

ILE DE BALY OU PETITE JAVA

ILE DE BALY OU PETITE JAVA An attractive mid-18th black and white map of Bali showing, with a numeric key, the palaces of the King. The map is based on a much earlier map of...

Antique Map Java by Mannevillette (1745) – SOLD

Antique Map Java by Mannevillette titled ‘CARTE DE L’ISLE DE JAVA,/avec/les Isles de BANCA, de BILLITON,/et une partie de celles de/SUMATRA et de BORNEO’. A mid-18th century French sea chart in modern hand colour of...

BORNEO INSULA c 1702

BORNEO INSULA c 1702 A small early 18th century black and white map of Borneo Island published by Rene Augustin Constantin de Renneville (1650-1723) a French writer who edited translated Issac Commelin’s Dutch travel accounts...

A Map of JAVA, T.S. Raffles – c.1817

A Map of JAVA, T.S. Raffles – c.1817 A Map of JAVA Chiefly from surveys made during the British Administration Constructed in illustration of an ACCOUNT OF JAVA By Thomas Stamford Raffles Esq:re and Engraved...

Antique Map Indonesia by Zatta (c.1776) – SOLD

Antique Map Indonesia by Zatta titled ‘Indie IV’o Foglio’. Attractive late 18th century map of Indonesia by the Italian cartographer Antonio Zatta, published in Venice between 1776 and 1785. This map is one out of a set...

Antique Map Bali by Hondius (1611) – SOLD

Antique Map Bali by Hondius in original colour engraved by the English engraver Benjamin Wright and published in Amsterdam by Jodocus Hondius in Chapter XXIV of the second book (Liber secundus) of Issak Johannes Pontanus’...

Antique Chart Java Sea by Laurie & Whittle (1794) – SOLD

Antique Chart Java Sea titled ‘A NEW CHART OF THE JAVA SEA, WITHIN THE ISLES OF SUNDA; with ITS STRAITS, and THE ADJACENT SEAS’. A stunning and very scarce chart of the Java Sea including part of Sumatra,...

Clove-producing islands of Machian

Clove-producing islands of Machian, Inf: Macjan. Inf: Baetjan A rare early 17th century black and white print showing the clove-producing islands of Machian (Macjan) and Bachian (Baetjan) in the North Moluccas with an inset plan...

Sumatra Taprobana c 1561 ~ SOLD

Sumatra Taprobana c 1561  TABVLA ASIAE XII A rare black and white mid-16th century map of the island of Sumatra, here called Taprobana, from Girolamo Ruscelli’s edition of Ptolemy’s Geographia published by Vincenzo Valgrisi in...
Back to top