DUCHETTI, Claudio (1554-1597). La citta de Napoli Gentile. Rome: Giovanni Orlandi, 1602. Engraved plan of Naples, 410 x 550mm (engraving 382 x 512mm).Covering Naples and its campagna in considerable detail, depicting streets, walls, fields, and hills, the harbour decorated with galleons and barges, compass rose, scalebar and dividers, and key inset along lower margin. (Some worming to upper right corner, small repaired hole.) Tooley 412, recording two other copies.
ORLANDI, Giovanni. Breve Relatione della fidelissima Citt di Napol. Naples: Otavio Beltrano for the author, 1631. Broadside with engraved bird's-eye view of Naples with letterpress text, 418 x 275mm. (Trimed to image and text, window-mounted, a few small holes and tears affecting a few letters only, some discolouration to margins.); ORLANDI. Breve, e distinta Relatione della Antichissima Citt di Pozzuolo. Naples: Ottavio Beltrano for the author, 1625. Broadside, engraved view of the Bay of Pozzuoli with letterpress text, 426 x 290mm.
PAOLIS, Giovanni Antonio de. Rittratto dell' antichissima citta de Tivoli. Rome: 1622. Engraved bird's-eye view of Tivoli, 508 x 385mm. (Trimmed to image, window-mounted, light spotting).
S. Maria di Farfa e S. Salvatore Maggiore. [Rome?: second half of the 17th century]. 3 engraved maps, 440 x 650mm and smaller. (Trimmed to plate marks, each with fold neatly strengthened on verso.) A series of maps covering the area from Rome to the Adriatic sea showing the Diocese of Santa Maria di Farfa and San Salvatore Maggiore.
PIVERNI. Beneventum depincti in monte S. Felicis. No imprint: [c. 1600]. Engraved bird's-eye view of Benevento on a single Royal sheet, 282 x 408mm. RARE. Not in Tooley; a copy in Museo del Sannio, Benevento, 8397. (8)