Abraham Ortelius

New York—Serious map collectors and geography buffs alike will find something to pique their interest in a special sale of rare maps from the dealer Kenneth Nebenzahl, Inc., at Christie’s New York on April 1. After more than 55 years in the business as a leading scholar and dealer in

AUSTIN, Texas — The Harry Ransom Center, a humanities research library and museum at The University of Texas at Austin, has introduced an online database for its entire Kraus map collection.

The 36-map collection, acquired in 1969 by Harry Ransom from the New York antiquarian dealer Hans P. Kraus, features a wide range of individual maps of Europe and America, atlases, a rare set of
Catalogue Review: Cohen & Taliaferro, #2

For this week's review, a look at a catalogue of antique maps and atlases. Cohen & Taliaferro is a New York City-based dealer under Richard B. Arkway, Inc. This catalogue shows a fine selection of beautiful and interesting cartography, from Munster and Mercator, Blaeu to Benzoni.