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1638 map of Southeast Asia, China, India, the Philippines and western Oceania (with early location of Northwestern Australia)
Hollandia Nova detecta 1644 : map of Australia, incomplete south and east coast, part of Tasmanian coastline
Renard's map of the Pacific Ocean circa 1675. Showing California as an Island and important early projections of Australia and New Zealand, showing information from Tasman's two voyages in 1642-1943 and 1644
Map of a Not Yet Fully Discovered Australia 1659.
Map of the coast of Western Australia originally sketched by Willem de Vlamingh in 1697 stretching from the Swan River north to Kalbarri. One of the first maps charted of Australia territory. One of the last by VOC. Insets of Swan River and Rottnest Island
Map of India Orientalis Nova from 1686.Early map of the southeast Asia extending from India to Australia, with the Dutch discoveries made on the western side of Cape York Peninsula.
The Southern Pole, Showing An Outline of Antarctica, New Zealand, Van Diemen's Land, and New Holland (1666)
Map of Australia by Thévenot 1670 based on Abel Tasman's expedition in 1642.
"Australia's birth certificate" : Joan Blaeu's Archipelagi Orientalis Sive Asiaticus (1663), the earliest known map of Australia and New Zealand. Follows Tasman's voyages of 1642-43 and 1644, on which Australia's mapping of was based until James Cook mapped the eastern coast
Rare 17th-Century wall map of Australia discovered in Italian home. It is the first to put Tasmania on the map, quite literally, following the findings of Abel Janszoon Tasman during his explorations in 1642-1643 and 1644
How the Dutch drew Australia when first discovered in 1644.
Anomalous Chinese World Map from 1674 showing south coast of Australia
Map of New Holland (Australia), New Guinea, and New Zealand from 1644, based on a map by the Dutch cartographer Joan Blaeu of the lands then recently explored by the Dutch East India Company.
Bunting's world map of 1581. The shape of Western Australia appears quite accurate, which is a mystery because the map was published 35 years before its first sighting by a European, Dirk Hartog in 1616.
Map of Westcoast of Australia drawn in the 1620's by Hessel Gerritsz based on Dutch expeditions.
Van Keulen-Nieuwe Pascaert van Oost Indien-1680-1735-2
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