Buy your antique map of India and Ceylon (Sri Lanka). Explore our collection of antiqe maps of India and Ceylon, both part of Southern Asia. Sri Lanka was given the name Ceilão by the Portuguese when they arrived in 1505. Later on when Ceilão became a British Crown Colony, this very name was transliterated into E...
Buy your antique map of India and Ceylon (Sri Lanka). Explore our collection of antiqe maps of India and Ceylon, both part of Southern Asia. Sri Lanka was given the name Ceilão by the Portuguese when they arrived in 1505. Later on when Ceilão became a British Crown Colony, this very name was transliterated into English as Ceylon. It achieved independence as the Dominion of Ceylon in 1948. The island was renamed Sri Lanka before which it was known by a variety of names including Sinhala, Thambaparni, Taprobane (used by the Greeks), Eelam (name used by the native tamils).
Plate 57 : 'Britsch-Indie, Zuid-west.' (British Indies, Southwest).
Plate 56 : 'Britsch-Indie, Noord.' (British Indies, North).
Plate 55 : 'Britsch-Indie, Oost.' (British Indies, East).
Plate: Calcutta et ses environs. This map shows a part of India in specific the surroundings of Calcutta and Calcutta itself.
Plate: Kachmir. This plate shows the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir including the capital Srinagar.
Plate: L'Inde Anglaise 1882 - d'apres le texte de la Nouvelle Geographie Universelle et d'autres documents recents' (Map of the English Indies in 1882). Present day India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka.
Map: 'Het Koninkryk van Bengale en de Vloeden die zig inde Ganges ontlasten (â€¦). / Royaume de Bengale (â€¦).' (The Kingdom of Bengal and the floods that evaporate in the Ganges river.) Extremely rare in this edition.
Map: 'Le Golfe de Cambaye at la Rade de Suratt.' (The gulf of Cambay and the coast of Surat, India.) The Gulf of Khambhat, formerly known as the Gulf of Cambay, is an inlet of the Arabian Sea along the west coast of India, in the state of Gujarat. Extremely rare in this edition.
Map: 'Ostindien.' (Map of India with an inset map of East-Bengal.) We carry slightly different maps from different editions. Please inquire.
Original antique map, titled 'La Royaume de Siam avec les Royaumes qui luy sont Tributaires et les Isles de Sumatra Andemaon'. It shows: South-East Asia; Borneo, Java, Siam (Thailand), Malacca (Malaysia) and Cochinchina (Vietnam).
Antique print, titled: 'Bay de Trinquemale.' - A map of Trincomalee and Tambalagam Bay in Sri Lanka.
Antique map, titled: 'Nieuwe kaart van Choromandel ende Malabar.' - This is a New map of the Coromandel and Malabar coasts. This is the southern part of India (Kerala, Tamil Nadu and the northern edge of Sri Lanka).
Antique print, titled: 'Indes, colonies Anglaises.' - Large map of the East Indies, British Colonies. A superb, large-scale map of British India, the Chinese Empire, Indochina, the Malay Peninsula, and parts of Sumatra and Borneo.
Antique print, titled: 'Carte de l'Inde en deca du Gange comprenant l' Indoustan …' - A map of part of India, the Ganges and Hindustan.
Antique print, titled: 'Indes.' - A map of Northern India with surrounding regions.
Antique Map, titled: 'Indien & Inner-Asien, Nordliches Blatt.' - A map of the south western part of Asia, from Punjab in the lower left corner to Mongolia in the top right corner and Tibet and Bhutan in the lower right. Modern Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan in the top left corner, with part of China in the middle of the map.
Antique Map, titled: 'Magni Mogolis Imperium de Novo Correctum et Divisum Per F. de Witt Amstelodami.' - Map of Northern India an surrounding region. This includes Kabul and Candahar in the top left corner, Carachi lower left, Tibet in the top right and Bhutan, Bangladesh lower right. Pakistan, Nepal, and part of Afghanistan.
Antique Map, titled: 'Southern Hindostan' - A map of Southern India and the North of Ceylon.
Antique Map, untitled. Map of India, Ceylon and the Bay of Bengal. Part of Birma (Myanmar) is also shown. Several island groups are indicates, the Maledives, Andaman Islands and Nicobar Islands.
Antique print, titled: 'Magni Mogolis Imperium.'