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Land- en zeekaart der Banda-eilanden

event1871

location_onIndonesia

Two maps of the Banda Islands—one of the whole group; the other focusing on the larger islands only—with an elaborate cartouche illustrated with six views of the islands. There is also a drawing of the volcano on Goenong Api (Banda Api).

Algemeene Kaart van Nederlandsch Oostindie

event1842

location_onEast Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore

This detailed map of the Dutch East Indies in the mid-19th century is spread over eight sheets, plus a cover sheet showing the whole area. There are numerous inset maps of islands, bays, cities etc.

Algemeene kaart van Nederlandsch Oostindie

eventc.1839-1855

location_onEast Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore

This map of the Dutch East Indies is spread over eight sheets, with a hand-drawn cover sheet showing the whole area. There are numerous inset maps of islands, bays, cities etc. Two of the inset maps have a replacement map pasted over them.

Isle de Baly = 'T eiland Baly

eventc.1772-1780

location_onIndonesia

Amongst the mountains and jungles of mid-18th century Bali, this map shows three royal palaces, walled encampments, and seven Buddhist temples (or ‘stupa’) on the east coast. Inset illustrations depict a palace and a temple in detail.

Insulae Iavae pars Occidentalis

event1728

location_onIndonesia

A map of Java with mountains, jungles, animals and crops. Bathymetry (sea depth) is marked, including on an inset map of Batavia harbour. Illustrations include Batavia Castle, and a lion—representing Belgium—receiving tribute and enslaving locals.

De Groote Siamse Rievier Me-Nam, ofte Moeder der Wateren: In haren loop met de in vallende Spruyten Verbeeld

event1726

location_onThailand

Map of the Me-nam River (Chao Phraya River) with the city of Ayutthaya (labelled ‘Siri India’) in the centre. Its mouth at the Gulf of Thailand is to the left. Over 100 buildings, towns and other places are shown pictorially and listed in the legend.

De Groote Siamse Rievier Me-Nam, ofte Moeder der Wateren: In haren loop met de in vallende Spruyten Verbeeld

event1726

location_onThailand

Map of the Me-nam River (Chao Phraya River) with the city of Ayutthaya (labelled ‘Siri India’) in the centre. Its mouth at the Gulf of Thailand is to the left. Over 100 buildings, towns and other places are shown pictorially and listed in the legend.

De Groote Siamse Rievier Me-Nam, ofte Moeder der Wateren: In haren loop met de in vallende Spruyten Verbeeld

event1726

location_onThailand

Map of the Me-nam River (Chao Phraya River) with the city of Ayutthaya (labelled ‘Siri India’) in the centre. Its mouth at the Gulf of Thailand is to the left. Over 100 buildings, towns and other places are shown pictorially and listed in the legend.

De Groote Siamse Rievier Me-Nam, ofte Moeder der Wateren: In haren loop met de in vallende Spruyten Verbeeld

event1726

location_onThailand

Map of the Me-nam River (Chao Phraya River) with the city of Ayutthaya (labelled ‘Siri India’) in the centre. Its mouth at the Gulf of Thailand is to the left. Over 100 buildings, towns and other places are shown pictorially and listed in the legend.

De Groote Siamse Rievier Me-Nam, ofte Moeder der Wateren: In haren loop met de in vallende Spruyten Verbeeld

event1726

location_onThailand

Map of the Me-nam River (Chao Phraya River) with the city of Ayutthaya (labelled ‘Siri India’) in the centre. Its mouth at the Gulf of Thailand is to the left. Over 100 buildings, towns and other places are shown pictorially and listed in the legend.

De Groote Siamse Rievier Me-Nam, ofte Moeder der Wateren: In haren loop met de in vallende Spruyten Verbeeld

event1726

location_onThailand

Map of the Me-nam River (Chao Phraya River) with the city of Ayutthaya (labelled ‘Siri India’) in the centre. Its mouth at the Gulf of Thailand is to the left. Over 100 buildings, towns and other places are shown pictorially and listed in the legend.

Insulae Iavae pars Occidentalis

eventc.1720

location_onIndonesia

A map of west Java with mountains, jungles, animals and crops. Details include sea depth, an inset map of Batavia harbour, and an illustration of a lion—representing Belgium—receiving tribute and enslaving locals. A similar map of east Java was made.

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