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Bali Iphone case

Rp 269,000

Bali Iphone case

Protect your iPhone with this unique Balinese Woman hard case cover.

 

The artwork on this phone case was originally published on a poster to promote the ‘Bali Hotel in Denpasar’. Opened in the year 1928, this was the first hotel in Bali. Today the hotel still exists, holding a different name: Inna Bali Hotel.

 

Rp 269,000

Nouvelle Carte de L’Isle de Java c.1747

Attractive French map, originally published in one of the latest editions of A.F. Prevost’s l’Histoire Generale de Voyages between 1747 and 1775. The map differs from the earlier versions in having more detail.

size images: 30 cm x 14 cm

Rp 250,000

Paradisea Raggiana c.1873

Large reproduction of a magnificent image from Elliot’s Birds of Paradise, painted by Joseph Wolf originally published in 1873.

Size: 61 cm x 49 cm

Rp 650,000

Paradisea Minor c.1873

Large reproduction of a magnificent image from Elliot’s Birds of Paradise, painted by Joseph Wolf originally published in 1873.

Size: 61 cm x 49 cm

Rp 650,000

Java c.1657

Rp 500,000

Java c.1657

Reproduction of a beautiful mid-17th century sea chart of Java Island by the famous Dutch cartographer Jan Jansson also known as Johannes Janssonius (1588-1664) that was originally published in his five-volume sea atlas Atlantis Majoris Quinta Pars Orbem Maritimum in 1657. One of three folio-sized maps of the three largest Indonesian islands in the atlas, the others being Sumatra and Borneo. This edition was published by Peter Schenk (1661-1711) and Gerard Valk, engravers and booksellers of Amsterdam, who acquired the copper plates of Jansson’s in Atlantis Majoris 1694 and began to produce Jansson’s maps with their imprimatur.

Size image: 52 cm x 42 cm

Rp 500,000

Air France World Map c.1938

Double hemisphere world map by Lucien Boucher showing Air France flying routes in the late 1940s.

size image: 64 cm x 39 cm (M) or 108 cm x 66 cm (L, printed on canvas)

Rp 480,000

Bali Poster

Rp 500,000

Bali Poster

Highly decorative Bali poster, based on the original Bali Hotel poster by Willem Gerard Hofker.

size image: 44 cm x 69 cm

 

Rp 500,000

A New Chart of the Java Sea c.1794

Reproduction of A New Chart of the Java Sea, Whitin the Isles of Sunda; with its Straits and the Adjecent Seas, originally published in 1794 by Laurie and Whittle of London in ‘The East India Pilot, or Oriental Navigator, on One Hundred and Eighteen Plates: Containing a Complete Collection of Charts and Plans’. In line with other sea charts of this period there is very little information about the inland areas. For merchants the seas and coastal cities were all that mattered.

Size image: 58 cm x 40 cm (M) or 86 cm x 58 cm (L, original size printed on canvas)

Rp 550,000

A New Chart of the Java Sea c.1794

This is an edited reproduction of a map originally published in 1794 by Laurie and Whittle of London in ‘The East India Pilot, or Oriental Navigator, on One Hundred and Eighteen Plates: Containing a Complete Collection of Charts and Plans’. In line with other sea charts of this period there is very little information about the inland areas. For merchants the seas and coastal cities were all that mattered.

Size image: 34 cm x 93 cm

Rp 650,000

Mappe Monde c.1713

Rp 200,000

Mappe Monde c.1713

A very attractive twin hemisphere map of the world by the famous Dutch cartographer Pieter (Pierre) Vander Aa published in his atlas ‘Le Nouveau Theatre du Monde’ in Leiden in 1713.This uncommon decorative world map has vignettes symbolizing the four continents filling the corners and illustrates the routes of several sixteenth century explorers in the Pacific and Indian Oceans, including Magellan, Tasman, Chevalier de Chermont and Mendana. The western coastline of New Zealand is illustrated, along with parts of Australia and Tasmania. The entire northwest coast of North America is blank above the peninsular California. There is a remnant of the coastline that suggested a connection between North America and Asia on earlier maps: here with a notation concerning the discoveries of Vasco de Gamma. The eastern coast of Asia is truncated and a huge Terre d’Yeco forms the northern part of Japan.

Size image: 21 cm x 30 cm

Rp 200,000

Taprobana Insula c.1540

Taprobana as shown by the German geographer, cartographer and theologian Sebastian Munster. On some maps of the period Taprobana is depicted as Ceylon (Sri Lanka), and on others as the much larger island of Sumatra. In this particular instance Taprobana has the equator running through the southern part of the island and therefore cannot represent Ceylon which lies north of the equator. The position of the equator and the location to the south-west of ‘Pars Indiae’ suggests Sumatra Island. The name, shape and position of the island in the Indian ocean is derived from an earlier world map of Ptolemy contained in a 15th century (pre-1470) manuscript and represents a vestige of the mythical islands of Ptolemy’s land-locked Indian Ocean (Mare Indicum). The cartouche contains an old Gothic text referring to Taprobana and Sumatra and the commodities available on the island including pepper, one of the major spices produced in Sumatra. The map was probably published in Münster’s Geographia Universalis in 1540.

Size image: 34 cm x 25 cm

 

Rp 480,000

Java Sea Chart c.1720

Rp 950,000

Java Sea Chart c.1720

This attractive map of Java and Madura by Gerard van Keulen was originally published around 1720 in part V of ‘Zee-Fakkel’, the beautiful Dutch pilot guide to navigation in the East Indies and the Malay archipelago. The map contains hundreds of soundings of the sea around Java.

Available in luxury framing (small inner frames, cloth and an outer frame) or normal framing.

size images: 90 cm x 40 cm

Rp 950,000

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