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Scarce Seventeenth Century T own Plan of Iraklion with a map of the Island of Crete.

 with Candia capital city of the Island of the same name. Pierre Du Val. The Island of Candia [Crete] with Candia capital city of the Island of the same name. "Candie ville Métropolitaine de l'isle de même nom " & " Isle de Candie." Paris P du Val. " Chez l'Auteur, en l'Isle du Palais , sur Quay de l'Horologe, au coin de la rue Harlay." 1667
Copper engraved map and town plan of Crete and Iraklion, by Pierre du Val from his Atlas " Cartes De Géographie Les Plus Nouvelles Et Les Plus Fidèles." Modern colour; verso blank. 2 on 1 plate.
A scarce sheet from du Val's atlas, the upper plan showing the fortifications of the city of Iraklion; the map showing the divisions of the island with the islands of Milos, Sikinos, Folegandros, Ios, Santorini, Anafi and Astipalea, to the north. Compass rose to sea. Good impression; odd spots; dampstain to edge of upper margin; remargined to sides with paper of the same atlas; numerous folds and creases; lower map with long crease through island with some holes, backed at some time with old paper [ the description of Candia from the same atlas, but sadly with the text face down so verso blank]. Condition not perfect but acceptable for such a scarce map.
This edition not in Zacharakis [ Zacharakis:3558/2314 later edition] 510 by 390mm (20 by 15¼ inches). Candie Town:256x390mm; Island254x390mm.    €600
Stock No. 2488 - Greece full description

Chania, Crete.

Montaignes Blanche Tournefort, Joseph Pitton de After Claude Aubriet "Montaignes Blanche" Amsterdam Janssoons van Waesberge. 1737
Copper engraved view of Chania, Crete. Set in a page of Dutch text[page8, Vol1. ]
from Tournefort's "Beschryving van eene Reize naar de Levant" ["Relation D'Un Voyage du Levant"] 1737 [5th edition]. Single page, large 4to, text to verso. Dark impression, with very large margins.
Blackmer/Navari 1318[1st edition] 100 by 152mm (4 by 6 inches).    €150
Stock No. 1104 - Greece full description

Rethymnon, Crete.

Retimo Tournefort, Joseph Pitton de After Claude Aubriet "Retimo" Amsterdam Janssoons van Waesberge. 1737
Copper engraved view of Rethymnon, Crete. Set in a page of Dutch text [page15, Vol1. ]
from Tournefort's "Beschryving van eene Reize naar de Levant" ["Relation D'Un Voyage du Levant"] 1737 [5th edition]. Single page, large 4to, text to verso. Dark impression, very large margins.
Blackmer/Navari 1318[1st edition] 110 by 162mm (4¼ by 6½ inches).    €150
Stock No. 1105 - Greece full description

Iraklion/ Candia, Crete.

Candie, du chemin de Retimo Tournefort, Joseph Pitton de After Claude Aubriet "Candie, du chemin de Retimo" Amsterdam Janssoons van Waesberge. 1737
Copper engraved view of Iraklion/Candia, Crete. Set in a page of Dutch text [page17 Vol1. ]
from Tournefort's "Beschryving van eene Reize naar de Levant" ["Relation D'Un Voyage du Levant"] 1737 [5th edition]. Single page, large 4to, text to verso. Dark impression, with very large margins.
Blackmer/Navari 1318[1st edition] 105 by 156mm (4¼ by 6¼ inches).    €120
Stock No. 1106 - Greece full description

Gortys/ Gortyna, Crete.

Ruines de Gortyne Tournefort, Joseph Pitton de After Claude Aubriet "Ruines de Gortyne" Amsterdam Janssoons van Waesberge. 1737
Copper engraved view of the ruins of Gortys. Crete. Set in a page of Dutch text [page25, Vol 1. ]
from Tournefort's "Beschryving van eene Reize naar de Levant" ["Relation D'Un Voyage du Levant"] 1737 [5th edition]. Single page, large 4to, text to verso. Gortys was capital of Crete during the Roman period, and also the first city in Crete to adopt Christianity; it was destroyed by the Arabs in 828AD. Dark impression. with wide margins.
Blackmer/Navari 1318[1st edition] 105 by 163mm (4¼ by 6½ inches).    €40
Stock No. 1107 - Greece full description


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