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Date(s) - 09/02/2023 - 09/13/2023
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Old World Auctions




Ludwig von Bucholtz’s 1859 update of Herman Boye’s four-sheet map of the state of Virginia, Bernard Sylvanus’s distinctive map of Italy printed in two colors in 1511, and an 1879 broadside that illuminates the Ottoman Empire’s struggles after the Russo-Turkish War are a few of the rare antique items that have never been offered at auction before but are part of Old World Auctions’ Auction #194, online now and ending September 13th at 10 pm Eastern. The auction is packed with 758 lots, primarily rare antique and vintage maps, charts, atlases, decorative prints, illuminated manuscripts and historical documents that date from the late 15th century to the mid-20th century. The sale is online-only, with no live gallery bidding. The catalog is up for viewing online now, at https://www.oldworldauctions.com/catalog/current. People can register to bid online at https://www.oldworldauctions.com/register. Bidders may also call in their bids, at 804-290-8090, or email them, at info@oldworldauctions.com. Previews will be held by appointment only during regular business hours, Monday thru Friday, from 8:30 am to 5 pm Eastern time. Call or email for an appointment. Each Old World auction has a 10-minute rule, meaning each lot that has active bidding will stay open (past the closing time of 10 pm Eastern) until there have been no bids for 10 minutes on that lot. Those lots that stay open past 10 pm will have individual count-down clocks on the lot page to show how much time remains for bidding. To learn more, visit www.OldWorldAuctions.com.