Age of Exploration - Jules Sebastian Cesar
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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.
Native attack on Dumont D’Urville’s personnel in the Salomon Islands. Plate #99 from the atlas Voyage au Polo Sud. Print measures approximately (9.1″ x 13.2″) with generous borders. The condition…Read More
As the sun set over the South Pacific, a long boat is in the foreground of this print (Plate 121) with the ships at anchor and a spit of land…Read More
Two members of the survey party are depicted in the foreground carrying rifles and moving toward the mosque. The print is rated Very Good [see our rating criteria – Home…Read More
Village scene in the Philippines; bears the raised seal of the publisher. Plate #142 from the atlas Voyage au Polo Sud. Print measures approximately (9.1″ x 11.2″) with generous borders….Read More
A beautiful print with carriage in fore-ground and the harbor and village of New Norfolk Australia. Plate #163 from the atlas Voyage au Polo Sud. Print measures approximately (14.5″ x…Read More
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
Village scene in the Philippines (Mariannes); depicts Cesar with several villagers. Plate #144 from the atlas Voyage au Polo Sud. Print measures approximately (9.0″ x 13.0″) with generous borders. The…Read More
A striking view of Port Essington, Australia in the 19th century. A British frigate at anchor in the harbor with cannon in the foreground. Plate #118 from the atlas Voyage…Read More
A beautiful and detailed view of Hobart Town, Tasmania with the British ensign in the foreground and the harbor full of masted ships. A carriage is seen accompanied by horse…Read More
The print depicts Hobart Town, Tasmania looking at Storm Bay from a cliff above, you view many masted ships at anchor, horsemen in the foreground and the French flag may…Read More