Dumont Voyage Map of the Antarctic Region. 7 1855 Original Folio Engraving

Map of the Antarctic region south of the Tierra del Fuego, including Palmer Land, the South Shetland Islands and South Orkney Islands. Information: This elephant folio engraving is from Jules-Sebastien-Cesar Dumont D’Urville’s. Voyage au Pole Sud et dans l’Oceanie sur les corvettes l’Astrolabe… The work was published in Paris between 1841 and 1855 by Gide et J. The work is a fascinating atlas documenting Dumont d’Urville’s second command of a grand voyage. It included some of the earliest maps of the Antarctic mainland. These hydrographical atlases are exceedingly scarce from Dumont’s work. Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. Dumont served under Duperrey on the Coquille and commanded the Astrolabe in the South Seas. Following Weddell’s lead, his second mission investigated the Antarctic Circle to see what land there might be within. This voyage was under the patronage of King Louis-Philippe. Clement Adrien Vincendon-Dumoulin was the mapmaker for Dumont d’Urville’s important expedition to the Pacific and the Antarctic, which resulted in significant contributions to the mapping of the region. He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, the first in 1838 and the second in 1840. Howgego narrated: in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible… The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adélie after D’Urville’s wife Adéle. The cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Découverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Géologie. (Howgego II, D35) Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D’Urville Island. The aims of this expedition were to explore the south polar regions and various island groups in the Pacific (Hill). Returning eastward, they then visited the South Orkney and South Shetland Islands, and discovered Joinville Island and Louis Philippe Land. Proceeding from Valparaiso and Juan Fernández, the expedition landed at the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Guam, and Palau, afterwards coasting along New Guinea and circumnavigating Borneo. An extensive visit was made to New Zealand. The return voyage took them through Torres Strait to Timor, La Réunion, and St. This official account contained a wealth of information, so accurate, and so reliable that the charts compiled by the officers of the Astrolabe and the Zélée were still in use sixty years later and the the natural history collections, richer than any brought back by any other single expedition, included numerous mammals and marsupials, some proboscis monkeys, the Samoan flying fox, spiny anteaters, several kangaroos three hundred different species of birds 160 species of reptiles and four hundred of fish (Brosse). Dunmore considers Dumont dUrville to have been without doubt the man who made the greatest single contribution to the perfecting of the map of the Pacific a methodical and conscientious sailor, austere and dedicated admittedly vain and quick to take offence, but kind and with a talent verging on genius. Dumont’s works are considiere crown jewels ranking among the finest illustrated works from any voyage of exploration (Rosove 105). Guarantee: This print is an original antique print and not a modern reproduction. I guarantee this print to be authentic. Due to its age, some imperfections can be expected. Please view the detailed photo(s) below carefully. If other arrangements need to be made, please contact me. Author: Jules-Sebastien-Cesar Dumont D’Urville. Voyage au Pole Sud et dans l’Oceanie sur les corvettes l’Astrolabe…. 38 1/4″ by 26″. Paper Type: Elephant Folio. Original Descriptive Text: Provided when available. Condition: The work is good to very good condition overall. There is image offset. There is some foxing in the right portion of the print. There may be a few minor imperfections to be expected with age. To view all our listings , please follow this link or the links below. The item “Dumont Voyage Map of the Antarctic Region. 7 1855 Original Folio Engraving” is in sale since Thursday, February 13, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Decorative Arts\Other Antique Decorative Arts”. The seller is “antiqueprint” and is located in Franklin, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Style: Engraving
  • Age: 1841-1855
  • Primary Material: Elephant Folio
  • Maker: Jules-Sebastien-Cesar Dumont D’Urville
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: None
  • Country/Region of Origin: France
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Dumont Voyage Map of Mangareva, French Polynesia. 10 1855 Folio Engraving

Map of Mangareva, French Polynesia. Information: This elephant folio engraving is from Jules-Sebastien-Cesar Dumont D’Urville’s. Voyage au Pole Sud et dans l’Oceanie sur les corvettes l’Astrolabe… The work was published in Paris between 1841 and 1855 by Gide et J. The work is a fascinating atlas documenting Dumont d’Urville’s second command of a grand voyage. It included some of the earliest maps of the Antarctic mainland. These hydrographical atlases are exceedingly scarce from Dumont’s work. Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. Dumont served under Duperrey on the Coquille and commanded the Astrolabe in the South Seas. Following Weddell’s lead, his second mission investigated the Antarctic Circle to see what land there might be within. This voyage was under the patronage of King Louis-Philippe. Clement Adrien Vincendon-Dumoulin was the mapmaker for Dumont d’Urville’s important expedition to the Pacific and the Antarctic, which resulted in significant contributions to the mapping of the region. He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, the first in 1838 and the second in 1840. Howgego narrated: in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible… The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adélie after D’Urville’s wife Adéle. The cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Découverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Géologie. (Howgego II, D35) Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D’Urville Island. The aims of this expedition were to explore the south polar regions and various island groups in the Pacific (Hill). Returning eastward, they then visited the South Orkney and South Shetland Islands, and discovered Joinville Island and Louis Philippe Land. Proceeding from Valparaiso and Juan Fernández, the expedition landed at the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Guam, and Palau, afterwards coasting along New Guinea and circumnavigating Borneo. An extensive visit was made to New Zealand. The return voyage took them through Torres Strait to Timor, La Réunion, and St. This official account contained a wealth of information, so accurate, and so reliable that the charts compiled by the officers of the Astrolabe and the Zélée were still in use sixty years later and the the natural history collections, richer than any brought back by any other single expedition, included numerous mammals and marsupials, some proboscis monkeys, the Samoan flying fox, spiny anteaters, several kangaroos three hundred different species of birds 160 species of reptiles and four hundred of fish (Brosse). Dunmore considers Dumont dUrville to have been without doubt the man who made the greatest single contribution to the perfecting of the map of the Pacific a methodical and conscientious sailor, austere and dedicated admittedly vain and quick to take offence, but kind and with a talent verging on genius. Dumont’s works are considiere crown jewels ranking among the finest illustrated works from any voyage of exploration (Rosove 105). Guarantee: This print is an original antique print and not a modern reproduction. I guarantee this print to be authentic. Due to its age, some imperfections can be expected. Please view the detailed photo(s) below carefully. If other arrangements need to be made, please contact me. Author: Jules-Sebastien-Cesar Dumont D’Urville. Voyage au Pole Sud et dans l’Oceanie sur les corvettes l’Astrolabe…. 38 1/4″ by 26″. Paper Type: Elephant Folio. Original Descriptive Text: Provided when available. Condition: The work is good to very good condition overall. There is image offset due to the fold out nature of the plate. There may be a few minor imperfections to be expected with age. To view all our listings , please follow this link or the links below. The item “Dumont Voyage Map of Mangareva, French Polynesia. 10 1855 Folio Engraving” is in sale since Thursday, February 13, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Decorative Arts\Other Antique Decorative Arts”. The seller is “antiqueprint” and is located in Franklin, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Style: Engraving
  • Age: 1841-1855
  • Primary Material: Elephant Folio
  • Maker: Jules-Sebastien-Cesar Dumont D’Urville
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: None
  • Country/Region of Origin: France
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Dumont Voyage Map of Singapore. 29 1855 Original Folio Engraving Rare

Information: This elephant folio engraving is from Jules-Sebastien-Cesar Dumont D’Urville’s. Voyage au Pole Sud et dans l’Oceanie sur les corvettes l’Astrolabe… The work was published in Paris between 1841 and 1855 by Gide et J. The work is a fascinating atlas documenting Dumont d’Urville’s second command of a grand voyage. It included some of the earliest maps of the Antarctic mainland. These hydrographical atlases are exceedingly scarce from Dumont’s work. Dumont was a French explorer and naval officer. Dumont served under Duperrey on the Coquille and commanded the Astrolabe in the South Seas. Following Weddell’s lead, his second mission investigated the Antarctic Circle to see what land there might be within. This voyage was under the patronage of King Louis-Philippe. Clement Adrien Vincendon-Dumoulin was the mapmaker for Dumont d’Urville’s important expedition to the Pacific and the Antarctic, which resulted in significant contributions to the mapping of the region. He made two attempts to reach the Antarctic, the first in 1838 and the second in 1840. Howgego narrated: in monstrous seas and heavy snowfall, the ships had reached 58 S. Four days later they crossed the 64th parallel, and in the evening were surrounded by fifty-nine great icebergs. Vincendon Dumoulin went aloft and reported what he thought was land straight ahead, but it was not until 21.1.40 that the ships entered a vast basin formed by snow-covered land on one side and floating ice on the other. To confirm that what they could see was land and not just an ice shelf, the French sailed west until bare rock became visible… The tricolor was raised over the islet and the coast christened terre Adélie after D’Urville’s wife Adéle. The cape they had first seen was named Cap de la Découverte, and the point where rock sample had been collected was Pointe Géologie. (Howgego II, D35) Between the attempts to reach the antarctic, Dumont explored the Pacific including the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Guam, Fiji, New Guinea, Borneo, New Zealand, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. For thirty-eight months he explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Several seaweeds, plants, and shrubs are named after him, as well as D’Urville Island. The aims of this expedition were to explore the south polar regions and various island groups in the Pacific (Hill). Returning eastward, they then visited the South Orkney and South Shetland Islands, and discovered Joinville Island and Louis Philippe Land. Proceeding from Valparaiso and Juan Fernández, the expedition landed at the Marquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Guam, and Palau, afterwards coasting along New Guinea and circumnavigating Borneo. An extensive visit was made to New Zealand. The return voyage took them through Torres Strait to Timor, La Réunion, and St. This official account contained a wealth of information, so accurate, and so reliable that the charts compiled by the officers of the Astrolabe and the Zélée were still in use sixty years later and the the natural history collections, richer than any brought back by any other single expedition, included numerous mammals and marsupials, some proboscis monkeys, the Samoan flying fox, spiny anteaters, several kangaroos three hundred different species of birds 160 species of reptiles and four hundred of fish (Brosse). Dunmore considers Dumont dUrville to have been without doubt the man who made the greatest single contribution to the perfecting of the map of the Pacific a methodical and conscientious sailor, austere and dedicated admittedly vain and quick to take offence, but kind and with a talent verging on genius. Dumont’s works are considiere crown jewels ranking among the finest illustrated works from any voyage of exploration (Rosove 105). Guarantee: This print is an original antique print and not a modern reproduction. I guarantee this print to be authentic. Due to its age, some imperfections can be expected. Please view the detailed photo(s) below carefully. If other arrangements need to be made, please contact me. Author: Jules-Sebastien-Cesar Dumont D’Urville. Voyage au Pole Sud et dans l’Oceanie sur les corvettes l’Astrolabe…. 19 1/4″ by 26 3/4″. Paper Type: Elephant Folio. Original Descriptive Text: Provided when available. Condition: The work is good to very good condition overall. There is light foxing of the paper. There are a couple toned spots at the lower edge. There may be a few minor imperfections to be expected with age. To view all our listings , please follow this link or the links below. The item “Dumont Voyage Map of Singapore. 29 1855 Original Folio Engraving Rare” is in sale since Thursday, February 13, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Decorative Arts\Other Antique Decorative Arts”. The seller is “antiqueprint” and is located in Franklin, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Style: Engraving
  • Age: 1841-1855
  • Primary Material: Elephant Folio
  • Maker: Jules-Sebastien-Cesar Dumont D’Urville
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: None
  • Country/Region of Origin: France
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La Ville et Citadelle de Gand Battle plan Ghent Dumont 1729

La Ville et Citadelle de Gand Battle plan Ghent Dumont 1729

La Ville et Citadelle de Gand Battle plan Ghent Dumont 1729

La Ville et Citadelle de Gand Battle plan Ghent Dumont 1729

La Ville et Citadelle de Gand Battle plan Ghent Dumont 1729

La Ville et Citadelle de Gand Battle plan Ghent Dumont 1729 Title: Plan du siege et les attacques de la Ville et Citadelle de Gand assiegée par les armies des alliez. Description: Battle plan of Ghent Belgium, Hand colored copperplate engraving published by Dumont in Histoire militaire du Prince Eugene, du Duc de Marlborough 1729. Plan van Belegering en de Attaques der Stadt en Citadelle van Gendt. Belegert door de Geallieerde Legers dien 22 Decemb. 1708 onder tGebiedt des Hertogs van Marlborough en overgegeven den 29 der Zelver Maant. 16th -17th -18th-19th Century maps & atlases & prints. ORIGINAL ANTIQUE COPPER PLATE ENGRAVING, HAND COLORED. Engraving is Absolutely Guaranteed authentic original map. A Certificate of Authenticity (COA) will be supplied on request. 65.5 x 53 cm. 26 x 20.75 inches. 58 x 48.5 cm. 23 x 19 inches. All maps and prints are genuine, authentic, published at the date stated in this listing! Mapandmaps that’s it. Always real antique maps – Always original – Never reproductions. All maps and prints are genuine, authentic, published at the date stated above. The item “La Ville et Citadelle de Gand Battle plan Ghent Dumont 1729″ is in sale since Friday, May 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “mapandmaps” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Cartographer/Publisher: See lower description.
  • Printing Technique: Copper Plate
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Format: Atlas Map
  • Type: County Map
  • Year: 1729
  • Date Range: 1700-1799
  • City: Ghent
  • Country/Region: France
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