Presse- und Informationsamt Berlin, 1963. Map. Offset lithograph. 24" x 33". This rare map of Berlin following WWII during the time when it was split into East and West Berlin by the Berlin Wall. It depicts as far west as Potsdam and as far east as Koepenick. The Berlin Wall, depicted as a bricked-up barrier is the focus, emphasizing the division between the two halves. A numbered key on the left notes important sites, including the Brandenburg Gate, the Olympic...
London: Letts, Son & Co. Limited, 1883. Map. Color lithograph. 14 1/4" x 17 1/4". Graphic map of Berlin from the latter half of the 19th century shows many labeled public buildings such as museums, schools, and churches, as well as postal districts, tramways, and underground railways. It is from Letts's Popular Atlas and stretches from the zoo on the west side of Berlin to Invalidenstrasse in the north, to Friedens- and Memelerstrasse in the east, and Gitschiner Strasse in the south. In good condition.
Berlin: Nicolai, 1998. Text in German. Illustrated with black and white photography by Henry Ries. 125 pages, square 4to, blue boards, dust wrapper. Berlin: Nicolai, (1998). A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper (very slight bumping to edges and surface-wear to both dust wrapper and boards). Inscribed and signed by Henry Ries on large white sticker on front free endpaper.