Atlantis novi. Burden 246. -- HONDIUS, Henricus. Poli Arctici et Circumiacentium Terrarum descriptio novissima. Amsterdam, ca 1639. Engraved map, image 440 x 492 mm (506 x 604 mm sheet). Blank cartouche, engraved whaling scenes encircle the map, French text on verso. State 3. From the Jansson's Nouvel Atlas 1639-1649. Burden 246. -- HONDIUS. Polus Antarcticus. Amsterdam, ca 1639. Engraved map, image 438 x 492 mm (510 x 595 mm sheet). Blank cartouche, border of scenes of native life, French text on the verso. Details in Australia showing t' Lant van P. Nuyts discovered "26 Jan 1627," Edel's Lant discovered in "1619," Eendrachts discoveries in 1616 Tooley 726. -- JANSSON, Jan. Nova Et Accurata Poli Arctici Et Terrarum Circum Iacentium Amsterdam, ca 1637. Outline coloring by a contemporary hand, image 413 x 527 mm (492 x 592 mm sheet). - SANSON, Nicholas. Les deux Poles. Paris, 1657. Engraved double hemisphere map, contemporary outline coloring, image 390 x 533 mm (432 x 582 mm image). -- Condition varies. (5) " /> [ARCTIC REGION.] A group of 5 engraved maps, comprising: HONDIUS, Henricus. <I>Poli Arctici et Circumiacentium Terrarum descriptio novissima.</I> Amsterdam, ca 1636. Engraved map, fully colored by a contemporary hand, image 440 x 492 mm (498 x 575 mm sheet), blank cartouche, English text on verso. (Some darkening to image margins, a few marginal tears and repairs.) "A very rare map by Hondius, following the James' map, showing New Severn and Port Nelson" (Kashnor). Empty dedicatory shield in Asia. Burden identifies this as State 2 of this map, published in the 1636 English edition of Hondius's <I>Atlantis novi</I>. Burden 246. -- HONDIUS, Henricus. <I>Poli Arctici et Circumiacentium Terrarum descriptio novissima.</I> Amsterdam, ca 1639. Engraved map, image 440 x 492 mm (506 x 604 mm sheet). Blank cartouche, engraved whaling scenes encircle the map, French text on verso. State 3. From the Jansson's <I>Nouvel Atlas</I> 1639-1649. Burden 246. -- HONDIUS. <I>Polus Antarcticus.</I> Amsterdam, ca 1639. Engraved map, image 438 x 492 mm (510 x 595 mm sheet). Blank cartouche, border of scenes of native life, French text on the verso. Details in Australia showing t' Lant van P. Nuyts discovered "26 Jan 1627," Edel's Lant discovered in "1619," Eendrachts discoveries in 1616 Tooley 726. -- JANSSON, Jan. <I> Nova Et Accurata Poli Arctici Et Terrarum Circum Iacentium</I> Amsterdam, ca 1637. Outline coloring by a contemporary hand, image 413 x 527 mm (492 x 592 mm sheet). - SANSON, Nicholas. <I>Les deux Poles.</I> Paris, 1657. Engraved double hemisphere map, contemporary outline coloring, image 390 x 533 mm (432 x 582 mm image). -- Condition varies. (5) | Christie's