A fine first edition example of Guillaume De L’Isle’s important 1724 map of Persia. Covers from the Crimea and the Sea of Azov south to the Persian Gulf and the Straight of Ormuz and east as far as Kashmir (Cachmir) and Kabul (Caboul). This map includes modern day Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Uz..
An exceptionally attractive example of John Pinkerton's rare 1811 map of Persia. Covers from the Black Sea in the northwest to Fergana in the northeast, to the Arabian Desert in the southwest to the Mouths of the Indus in the southeast. Roughly includes the modern day nations of Iraq, Iran, Afghanis..