Inch to mile map of Amaravati and the surrounding countryside in 1816.
Inscribed: Map of Amrawutty in Guntoor & of Purtyall & the Diamond Mines with the villages Adjacent reduced from the Original Survey in 1816. The Limits of the Diamond Mines of Purtyall is denoted by a ye...
Inscribed: Plan descriptive of the present state of the Mound of Depaldenna at Amrawutty, showing what has been cleared out and what still remains to be removed, laid down from actual measurements, June 1817. The yellow colour denot...
Plan of the Barabar Caves and an elevation of the entrance to the Lomas Rishi Cave, Gaya, Bihar - 1814
Pen-and-ink drawing of the plan of the Barabar Caves and an elevation of the entrance to the Lomas Rishi Cave at Gaya in Bihar, dated 1814. Inscribed on front in ink: 'Gya.' The excavation of t...
Universalis Tabula Iuxta Ptolemaeum
Map Maker: Gerard Mercator
Duisburg / 1578
Gorgeous example of Mercator's map of the World, based upon the writings of Claudius Ptolemy, from a later edition of Gerard Mercator's Tabulae geographicae CI. Ptolemaei ad mentem autoris rest...
Map of Malabar, Canara and Deccan from the book:
Truthful detailed description of the famous East India Coast Malabar and Coromandel, and the island of Ceylon.
By Philippus Baldaeus
Published by John Janssonius of Waesberge and Someren in Amsterdam - 1672
A map of India, showing Malabar, Madura and Cormeddel
Copperplate 18th Century
From: A collection of voyages and travels, some now first printed from original manuscripts, others now first published in English.
By: Awnsham Churchill, John Churchill, John Locke and John Nieuhoff
Titel Les Indes orientales [Kartenmaterial] : sous le nom d?queles est compris l?empire du Grand Mogol, les deux presqu?isles de ?a et de la le Gange, les Maldives, et l?isle de Ceylan a quoy quelque uns joignent encore les grandes isles de la Sonde, qui sont Sumata, Java, et Borneo: les Phili...
The north is at the bottom, with the west to the right surrounded by unknown seas. The Indian Ocean, with the Red Sea, is on the left, with China, India and Iran in boxes to the right. The other sea shown is the Mediterranean next to which is a black squa...