Age of Exploration - Jules Sebastian Cesar
Rare Old & Antique Maps for Sale.
12.00 Atlas Voyage au Polo Sud 1841-54
French aristocrat, Jules Sebastian Cesar [1710-1842], (Dumont D’Urville) was a navigator and geographer. He made significant contribution to the mapping of Australia, Antarctica and the southern Pacific hemisphere. The prints and maps listed are from his 1842 atlas Voyage au Polo Sud. Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity inscribed with the purchasers name and country; and shipped flat in a vinyl jacket, providing an ideal manner in which to preserve the print. Shipping costs are listed with each print. However, please see the Shopping Order Form to determine exact costs. Each print is given an individual condition rating. Please see our Home Page for the rating criteria.
Inlet scene of Moluques; bears the raised seal of the publisher. Plate #108 from the atlas Voyage au Polo Sud. Print measures approximately (7.5″ x 13.2″) with generous borders. The…Read More
Very detailed engraving of the Canal in Java with a sailor in small boat in the foreground. Plate #147 from the atlas Voyage au Polo Sud. Print measures approximately (10.2″…Read More
12.43/12.44 - 12.43 / 12.44 Praos Bouguis A La Voile - Voiture Chinoise, c1839, published certification [Gide Editeur], Paris
A striking print with dual images; Chinese family in an ornate carriage with high priest in background and ships at sea in Indonesia. Rated Very Good for it’s condition the…Read More
Bridge crossing [Amboine], Indonesia depicting a horsemen and villagers crossing the covered bridge. Prints condition is rated Very Good and measures approximately (7.4″ x 13.1″) with Certificate of Authenticity.Read More
12.53 - Case de Pecheurs dans la Riviere Sambas, c1841, published certification [Gide Editeur], Paris
A view of the Sambas River, Borneo with a small boat house and dock near the island. Print #137 from the atlas Voyage au Polo Sud. The print measures approximately…Read More
12.58 - Navires Hollandais Sur La Rade D'Amboine, c1840, published certification [Gide Editeur], Paris
A detailed harbor view of a French frigate and the remains of another ship being salvaged by the crew with a large Chinese Junk at the moorings. Print #109 from…Read More
A beautiful harbor scene with several of Cear’s ships at anchor in the New Guinea harbor and a survey party at work. Plate #124 from the atlas Voyage au Polo…Read More
An inlet scene of Moluques (Moluques du Sud) with ships mastheads in the background and the field party surveying in the foreground. Plate 177 from the atlas Voyage au Polo…Read More