Maps of largest continent Asia, from 1710 until 1851. Map of Asia from 1710 is also unique as it is written with Chinese characters, as well the others has uniqe drawings and figures.
1710 Japanese map of Asia
World through the records of Chinese and Indian Buddhists. Central:India with Japan at the top right, top left Europe, South America bottom right as island.
English. Islands of Asia, a division on empires, kingdoms, countries and regions, in the hands of the EU count. Rich content with names of places.
English. Very artistic map, with a fairly modern view of Asia. Continent devision on empires, kingdoms and regions.
Hindustan, Ceylon, Arabia ... Four maps of 1851 are produced with the same style so they could be purchased as a kit - you could decorate rooms with the same style maps.
1800 L´Empire de la Chine
French. In right legend names of all 4 Kingdoms with each including 8 regions. All regions are clearly visible. Japan also included.
English. India; nicely drawn delta of Indus River with a note: Indus in navigable from its Mouth to the province of Lahore, for ships of 200t. Ganges clearly visible.
1851 Japan & Corea
English. Illustrations: Koreans, panoramic views of Yedo (old name for Tokyo), a warship.
English. Illustrations: Kandy Lake, Mount Adam (via Lake Colombo), panoramic view of Colombo, Buddha Temple Kalany, Dagoba Temple ruins.