Anatolian map of mining. Size: 80 x 120cm. Scale: 1/500.000. T
Oil, lignite, iron, zinc, lead, gold, coal, chromium, copper, sulfur, rock salt etc. in Turkey. Geological map indicating the surface shapes formed by various geographical conditions with colors by ore deposits. Not dated but printed during the Ottoman Empire. T
Map, stone print, Military war, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania. Size: 105 x 110cm. T
Compiled in 1875 during the Balkan War, it contains work prepared in 1969 by the military officer of Erkan-ı harbiye and by the Austrian State Military Geography Society in 1869. The cloth-backed map comes with its original leather casing. It deals with Albania and Shkodra from a geographical and administrative point of view.
Group of 4 maps from the Regio Ufficio Fondiario (Royal Land Office), Technical Service, for Bengazi. These are charts of the constituencies in Bengazi. Scale ranging from 1:25,000 to 1:50,000. Done in 1927 and the manuscript signature of the Commander of Geography and his superior. Sizes: 71x94cm, 74x98cm, 76x99cm, 81x92cm. No folio numbers so I don’t know if it is complete. Repairs on reverse and some wear. Fascist motifs. T
Complete set of 17 maps of Istanbul in Ottoman script. Map maker was Necip Bey, Istanbul Sehremaneti Harita Mudurlugu, pulblished in 1918. This has a french cover dated 1924. Unique in that included is the street guide. Also included is the rare summary map showing all Istanbul. All but one of the maps are from the 1924 series. One is not colored and part of the 1918 series. T SOLD
Publisher: Prepared by Moskof Cemiyyeti Azasından (member of Moscow Association) "INSIMOF"
Map engraved by "KRAŞOV". Printed at "Istanbul Askeri Matbaası"