Samstag, 15. Oktober 2016

Category C - the Rhine panoramas are illustrated



Illustrations are added

Once the idea of having a long fold out map had been established the next step was to make your map more attractive than that of your competitors. It soon became usual to illustrate the edges of the map with sites or sights along the way as you travelled down or up the river. These were added as little vignette scenes down the side margins.

C. 1. Delkeskamp V - Deucker / Borniger    1837

C. 2. Halenza / Ursinus   1841

C. 3. Delkeskamp VI - Speyer-Mainz  1842

C. 4. Delkeskamp VII - Malerischer Reise-Atlas  1844

C. 5. Hoffmeister   c.1851

C. 6. Halenza / Foltz  1865

C. 7. Kapp / Hirchenheim (II)   1868

C. 8. Quiel (Halenza)    1894

C. 9. Karl Suder  1900


A note on bridges / buildings / memorials

The following maps were produced post-1836. At this time there was only one fixed bridge on this stretch of the Rhine; the so-called Deutzer Bridge was built at Cologne in 1822.
Between 1855 and 1865 three new bridges were completed. The Hohenzollern Bridge at Köln was built between 1855 and 1859; the railway bridge at Mainz was completed in 1864 according to designs by Gerber; and the Pfaffendorferbrücke just south of Koblenz was opened in 1864 after three years´ construction.

Cologne Cathedral was incomplete for centuries before renewed attempts began with the laying o a foundation stone in September 1842. This necessitated some changes to vignettes. The original illustration has no towers as such but there is a wooden crane on the left hand construction which looks to be the second floor of the tower construction. There is a space between this and the “church”. This gap was later filled so that the complete construction appeared to have two floors. There were three towers still to be built; a smaller bell tower on the main church and the two high neo-gothic steeples on this new left wing. 



Neuer Ansicht vom Koelner Dom (Grundstein)
Foundation stone to Cologne Cathedral completion
1842
Eisenbahn  Koeln – Bonn eingeweiht 
Railway Cologene – Bonn opened
1843
Neues Museum
Wallraf-Richartz-Museum (New Museum)
1855-1861
Guerzenich-Umbau in Koeln 
Renovation of Guerzenich concert hall in Cologne
1855-1857
Koelner Eisenbahnbruecke
Hohenzollern Bride opened at Cologne
1859
Koelner Synagoge eingeweiht 
Cologne synagogue opened
1861
Eisenbahnbruecke zu Koblenz 
Pfaffendorfer railway bridge at Coblenz
1864
Mainzer Eisenbahnbruecke (suedlich) 
Railway bridge south of Mainz
1859-1862
Strassenbruecke in Mannheim 
Road bridge in Mannheim
1867
Abbau Kran am Koelner Dom
Crane removed at Cologne Cathedral
29.2.1868
Niederwalddenkmal 
National Monument at Niederwald opposite Bingen
1877-1883
Preussens Koenig  Wilhelm II 
Monument to King Wilhelm II
1878
Bismarck Denkmal bei Köln
Statue to Bismarck in Cologne
1879
Koelner Dom vollendet 
Cologne Cathedral completed
1880
Moltke Denkmal bei Köln
Statue to Moltke in Cologne
1883
Bluecher (bei Caub) 
Statue to Blucher at Caub
1894
Neuer Hauptbahnhof Koeln 
New railway station at Cologne
1896
Kaiser Wilhelm I bei Köln
Monument to Emperor Wilhelm I at Cologne
1897
Strassenbruecke bei Bonn 
Road bridge in Bonn
1898


C. 1. Delkeskamp V - F W Deucker   1837


By the mid-1830s the various steel engravers were beginning to specalise in one feature of their art. Hence it was Johann Wolfgang Igler who engraved the titlepiece and it was J Back, who is also crredited with being the printer, who engraved all the text.
Georg Heinrich Carl Deucker was responsible for engraving the map section. He was born on 23rd June 1801 in Niederzündorf which today is a part of Cologne - Köln-Porz-Zündorf . He moved to Frankfurt with his father, a wood carver. He became a copper engraver, studied at academies in Münich and Milan and toured Italy. He returned to Frankfurt in 1830 and proceeded to concentrate on steel engraving. He died in Frankfurt on 2nd. December 1863. Nothing is known about either Borniger ord Collin. (Sattler)
This panorama was first published in 1837 with a second impression (identical) appearing in 1839. Check Sattler C6 (1842?). 
The author's example illustrated below is dated 1850! This example not listed! Later examples: 1855 with 59 vignettes (Sattler N52); 1862 with 61 vignettes.

Cover title

F. W. Delkeskamp’s neues Panorama des Rheins von Mainz bis Cöln. Mit Randbildern vermehrt. Also has imprint: Frankfurt a/M., 1850. Im Verlag des Herausgebers F W Delkeskamp, Zeil, hinter der Rose, D.6. und zu haben in: allen guten Buchhandlungen des In- und Auslandes. Preis 2 Thlr. Repeated in French on reverse.

Folds into peach paper on printed boards with title in 2 languages – German (front) and French (back), ties lost.

Map title
Title of map is on separately printed leaf: Original Ausgabe Eigenthum des Verfassers (also appears in border on cover) Friedr. Wilh. Delkeskamp (all capitals in frame, centrally top). Neues Panorama des Rheins und seiner nächsten Umgebeungen von Mainz bis Cöln. Aufs neue nach der Natur gezeichnet und mit den interessantesten architektonischen und geschichtlichen Denkmälern als Randbilder geziert und Herausgegeben von Friedr. Wilh. Delkeskamp in Frankfurt a/M. Auf Stahl gestochen unter der Leitung von C Deucker durch Borniger und Collin (left). Repeated in French (right) with below centrally on two lines: Auf Stahl gestochen von F W Igler. Gedruckt von F Hack. [Printed F Hack, engraved onto steel by F W Igler under the guidance of C Deucker by Borniger and Collin.]
Superb engraved view of Rhine from Coeln (top) to Mainz with nearly sixty extra views alongside the river. The whole being 2810 mm in length. 24-page booklet (plus extra advertising leaf) in French, Notes a Consulter pour le Nouveau Panorama Du Rhin, third edition and dated 1848, in good condition.
One bridge at Köln – Deutzer Brücke, 1822, one bridge at Mainz and Schiffsbrücke at Koblenz. Railway from Köln to Bonn only.

Size
Cover (h) 180 x 270 mm. Approx. Size of engraved area: 2720 x 260 mm (with river 235 mm at some points) with 10 mm margins, all other available space occupied by views (27 left and 31 right).
Steel engraving on 9 plates; 2840 x 253 mm; 60 vignettes (Sattler).


See Flüsse im Herzen Europas  R 50
Sattler, Rheinpanoramen C5 / 7A, B and C and 10B
Holzhäuer Der Rhein im Panorama 10 (p. 56 and 84) and 12 (1851), 13 (1855), 14 (1861)







C. 2. Joseph Halenza / Jean Ursinus   1841

Sattler p.36: From about 1840 there began to be « every year more and more companis of this type » (Delkeskamp). It was increasingly difficult to have an overview of the production of Rhinpanoramas. Despite the fact that lithography was becoming a popular medium in printing, until the advent of photolithography in the 1870s steel engraving was still the method of choice. Representative of the numerous other companies in the field were the publishing businesses of two firms based in the city of Mainz: Joseph Halenza und David Kapp.
As Sattler went on to point out for many of these publishers, just as it had been for Friedrich Wilmans and many others in the 19th century, the publishing activities were very much a secondary line of businees. Most of these companies were primarily book dealers and art dealers. Thus it remained for many of the companies who produced travel aids and guide books well into the middle of the twentieth century.
Joseph Halenza founded his publishing house in 1841 in Mainz. His first Rhinpanorama from the same year (drawn by Jean Ursinus and engraved by von S J Wolf) was already being printed in its sixth edition by the year 1845. Alongside Delkeskamp this publuisher presented one of the leading firms in the publication of steel engraved panoramas. The company continued in business until the early years of the next century (1900s).

The lithographic map covers the Rhine from Cologne (top) to Mainz (bottom), and is flanked left and right by vignettes. The map was produced on five sections containing thirty-eight views (15 left, 23 right) and title. There are no fixed bridges on the Rhine and no railways. This copy has text booklet in French; also dated 1842.

1. Cover title
Ursinus Rhein-Panorama. Folds into cream printed boards with floral decoration to border. Title centrally with below Mainz, Verlag von Joseph Halenza. 1842. Between this and border Frankfurt a. M., E. Ullmann´sche Buch-, Kunst- und Antiquariats-Handlung, Zeil, D, 195. Reverse has floral border and floral decoration and adverts for Joseph Halenza in 3 languages.

Map title
Attractive panel at base of map (145 x 235 mm) with title Panorama Des Rheins von Mainz bis Cöln above two columns and arch surrounding view of river. Title repeated left and right of columns with artist´s signatures in French and English (left and right, respectively); e.g New Panorama of the Rhine from Mentz to Cologne by Jean Ursinus Engraving by S J Wolf. Francfort on the Maine (last is very faint). Printer´s imprint Verlag von Joseph Halenza in Mainz centrally below.

Size
Cover (with title horizontal) is 140 x 250 mm. Map approx. 1735 x 235 mm; total 1875 x 235 mm (with title panel).

2. [Names added in manuscript in margins of towns and villages along the river.
Ursinus Rhein-Panorama von Mainz bis Cöln. Folds into grey printed boards with floral decoration to border. Title centrally with below Panoram du Rhin Depuis Mayence jusqua Cologne par Ursinus (left) with parallel title in English (right). Between this and border Mainz, Druck und Verlag von Joseph Halenza. Reverse has floral border and floral decoration centrally.

Not in Flüsse im Herzen Europas
See Sattler, Rheinpanoramen (notes on page 36).
Holzhäuer Der Rhein im Panorama 20, 21 (p. 93)







C. 3. Delkeskamp VI - Speyer-Mainz   1842

Cover title

Neues Panorama des Rheins und seiner nächsten Umgebungen von Speyer bis Mainz. Also has imprint: Frankfurt a/M., 1850. Im Verlag des Herausgebers F W Delkeskamp, Zeil, hinter der Rose, D.6. und zu haben in: allen guten Buchhandlungen des In- und Auslandes. Preis 2 Thlr. Repeated in French on reverse.

Folds into peach paper on printed boards with title in 2 languages – German (front) and French (back).

Map title
Not known.

Steel engraving on 5 plates with 31 engravings. It is believed the panorama was only printed once, hence it is quite rare.
The meandering course of the river is still discernible as the Rhine had not yet had various "straightening" construction. A view that is seldom seen is the one here of Speyer Cathedral (Dom) seen from the southwest and the western feature known as the "Revolutions-Fassade" (revolution facade). This had been completed by Franz Ignaz Neuman, son of the well-known architect Balthasar Neumann, about 1800 and conceived as an entrance element in front of the more roman cathedral structure. The story is that this facade, not fitting in with the other architectural elements, was little loved. In 1854 the Karlsruhe city architect Heinrich Hübsch was given the contract to devise a new entrance. This was completed in 1858 and his West Facade is what is still seen today, and more in line wioth the lombardian archway of the East facade. (Sattler)

Size
Cover (h) ##### mm. Approx. Size of engraved area: ##### mm views (### left and ### right).
Steel engraving on five plates; 1355 x 255 mm; 31 vignette scenes.

Not in Flüsse im Herzen Europas
Not in Sattler, Rheinpanoramen
Holzhäuer Der Rhein im Panorama 11 (p. 85)




C. 4. Delkeskamp VI – Malerische Reise-Atlas 1844

Cover title

F W Delkeskamp's Malerischer Reise-Atlas des Rheins von Basel bis zum Meere nebst Supplement-Blatt: Theile von Holland und Belgien, und die Dampfschiff-Verbindungen mit England erhaltend. Ein Wegweiser für Dampfschiff-, Post-, Eisenbahn- und andere Reisende. Nach der Natur gezeichnet mit Randbildern, Städteplänen und kürzer Erklärung.

Cover imprint is: Frankfurt a. M. 1844. Im Verlag des Herausgebers F W Delkeskamp, Zeil, hinter der Rose, D. No. 8. und zu haben in: allen soliden Kunst- und Buchhandlungen.
Folds into plain card boards with intricate arched border in which is embedded: Original Ausgabe – Eigenthum des Verfassers. Reverse has same title in French. One tie present.

1. Map title
Map has no title. Steel engraved view of Rhine from Basel (bottom) to North Sea with numerous engravings of buildings and town plans both left and right: there are in fact 152 separate illustrations plus 18 city plans surrounding the whole, not including the 3 maps of the English Channel, Haarlemmer Meer. And stretch past Deventer or the illustration centrally of Rotterdam which separates the above from the main map section. The whole panorama stretches to 2200 mm. There is a map of the North Sea with the coasts of England and Holland at top (140 x 170 mm) followed by a section with city plans of Antwerp and Amsterdam (left) and the part of north Holland from Zuider Zee to Leyden (right). The next section has a plan of Brussels and the Rhine from Doesberg to Zuider Zee. Above the top of the Rhine panorama itself is a city view of Rotterdam. Around and below the whole engraved area are the vignette views.
Booklet attached (unusually horizontally) with Vorwort (iv), Das Rheinthal … (22 pages) and Frankfurt und seine Umgebungen (sixty-two pages) the whole entitled Erläuterungen zu Friedr. Wilh. Delkeskamp’s Malerischer Reise-Atlas des Rheins von Basel bis zum Meere, nebst Supplement: Ein Wegweiser für Dampfschiff-, Post-, Eisenbahn- und andere Reisende. Nach der Natur gezeichnet mit 150 Randbildern und 18 Städte=plänen. This has Delkeskamp’s imprint and address as before and is also dated 1844.
Has one bridge at Köln – Deutzer Brücke, 1822, one at Coblenz and one bridge at Mainz. Railway is double line and peters out north of Duisburg. Line from Heidelberg via Darmstadt in direction Frankfurt is double line and stops half way.
                                                          8° Kart. 27806 (151 Randbilder, 15 Stadtpläne). KB.

Size
Cover (with title horizontal) is 130 x 290 mm. Engaved (central) map area is approx. 1780 x 150 mm although some joining rivers are shown in more detail, the views take up all the remaining space.
Stahlstich von 6 Platten; 2230 x 265 mm; 150 Randbilder, 18 Stadtpläne (Sattler).

2. Cover has same title but reprinted with variation: Frankfurt am Main 1847. Railway continues from Duisburg to edge of map area and is marked Eisenbahn. railway lines around Mannheim updated from thin double lines (projected) to heavy lines: e.g. line from Heidelberg to Frankfurt is complete and black/white pattern; railway at Speyer; and line from Basel to Offenburg more heavily shaded.
Booklet has been reset and title page is dated 1848. No mention of number of illustrations and the beginning is now F. W. Delkeskamp’s Malerischer Reise-Atlas …                                      KB.

Flüsse im Herzen Europas R51 (although disparity in number of views and plans).
Sattler, Rheinpanoramen C7 / N51 (1851)
Holzhäuer Der Rhein im Panorama 15 (p. 88), 16 (1851)





C. 5. Hoffmeister   c.1851

Cover title
Malerisches Panorama der Badischen, Elsaessischen, Main-Neckar & Taunus Eisenbahnen with added subtitle Gezeichnet und gestochen von L Hoffmeister in Carlsruhe. Imprint A Bielefield. Karlsruhe. Plain dark boards with gilt title.

Map title

This railway panorama with its very finely engraved side illustrations was produced in Karlsruhe. It was in all probability published on behalf of the Großherzoglich Badischen Eisenbahn-Gesellschaft (Railway of the Grand Duchy of Baden), as it was offered for sale at their branches as well as to be had at all book and art dealers.
In 1839 Adolph Bielefeld, who had trained to be a bookmaker, opened a publishing house in Karlsruhe and also operated a bookshop which could offer an English(!) lending library. From 1841 his business operated from Karlsruhe Marktplatz (market square), and from 1856 he was granted permission to offer his services as A Bielefeld's Hofbuchhandlung (purveyor to the royal court). In his sales catalogue of 1881 he was offering 5 panoramas. One of these was on offer as being in French, with an introduction written by the Grand Duke (Großherzog) of Baden; it was in book form, contained 17 views of Carlsrouhe (i.e. Karlsruhe) and also a plan of the city.
All panoramas were from the "engraver to the court" Hofkupferstecher L Hoffmeister and engraved in steel. He had learnt steel engraving from the well-known Carl Ludwig Frommel .

Size
Cover (h) is approx. #### mm. Area of map detail: 1720 x 285 mm with 63 vignette scenes plus 7 city plans occupying the margin area, no borders. View of Frankfurt at top.


Not in Flüsse im Herzen Europas
Not in Sattler, Rheinpanoramen
Holzhäuer Der Rhein im Panorama 18 (p. 91)






C. 6. Halenza, J - Foltz   1865

1a. Cover title   KB
Map with no title loose inside black boards. Possibly later covers to replace originals. Bottom of map shows possible signs that leaf is missing (Foltz title sheet?).

Map title
Folding panoramic map of the Rhine from Mainz (below) to Cologne (top) total length 2200 mm. Map is very good.

Size
Cover (h) is 175 x 275 mm. Area of map detail: 2200 x 260 mm with vignette scenes (26 left and 19 right) occupying all the margin area.

Steel engraving on eight plates; 2510 x 265 mm; 45 illustartions, 3 title illustrations, portrait of Friedrich Foltz at bottom of panorama.

Not in Flüsse im Herzen Europas
Sattler, Rheinpanoramen 13A

1b. Cover title    KB

Cover title is Halenza's Photo-Rhein-Panorama Von Mainz Bis Cöln. Mainz, Germany: Verlag Joseph Halenza. Illustrated by Friedrich Foltz. Cloth Backed Boards. Folding panoramic map of the Rhine from Mainz to Cologne. Would appear to be an engraving completely covered with glossy layer to give appearance of photo paper. Early version of map used – two bridges at Mainz, two at Köln and two at Koblenz. Railway from Köln to Mainz complete on left bank.

Map title
Der Rheinstrom von Mainz bis Cöln in rectangular frame which forms one part of the title panel below map (Mainz being below). Title frame surmounts three arches, the left and right being again surmounted by city arms. Left arch panel has title in English, right is title in French, each also including vignette view of one of the title cities. Central arch is has a dedication: Malerisch topographisch aufgenommen und in Stahl gestochen von Friedrich Foltz. Publisher’s imprint centrally below: Verlag v. J Halenza in Mainz. Separate booklet of with text in English by Fr.Arnold and printed by R Voigtländer in Kreuznach. Last date in text 1866 (p.3).
Folding panoramic map of the Rhine from Mainz (below) to Cologne (top) total length 2450 mm. Identical to above except for slightly wider format to accompany gold three-line border.
Friedrich Foltz, der selbstbewußt sein Bildnis auf den Titel setzte, war auch Mitarbeiter bei mehreren Rheinbüchern mit Stahlstichen. Ein bekanntes Rheinalbum wurde ebenfalls von ihm gezeichnet und gestochen. Anscheinend lebte er in Darmstadt.
Das Panorama blieb dreißig Jahre lang im Programm des Verlags. Es wurde auch als Photolithographie vervielfältigt. Dann wurde es mit zwei anderen Halenza-Panoramen an den Wiesbadener Verlag Gustav Quiel abgegeben, der es ab 1896 unter dem Titel „Neuestes Rhein-Panorama“ ohne den Stahlstichtitel wohl noch einige Jahre nachdruckte.

Size
Cover (h) is 200 x 300 mm. map is 2360 x 250 inside gold border (backing paper) (not incl. title panel). Cover faded and map is very poor and split in many places. (Now been scrapped!)

1c. Cover title  KB
Original title: Halenza's Rhein-Panorama. Der Rheinstrom von Mainz Bis Cöln.
This edition: Halenza's Neuestes Rhein-Panorama Von Mainz Bis Cöln with imprint Mainz, Verlag von Joseph Halenza inside ornate border. The title Panorama followed by French (left) and English (right) also on reverse with imprint in French centrally inside simpler border with additionally printer’s signature Buchdruckerei von J Gottsleben in Mainz.
Publishers printed cloth backed boards with ties missing.

Map title
Map as above except for additions and changes: three bridges at Mainz (plus pontoon bridge); Illustration of Dom in Mainz different (three towers visible instead of only two, left hand steeple has a pointed roof); and Niederwald Monument has been added. Separate booklet of with text in English by Fr.Arnold and printed by R Voigtländer in Kreuznach. Last date in text 1866 (p.3).
Folding panoramic map of the Rhine from Mainz (below) to Cologne (top) total length 2450 mm. One extra view: Niederwald Monument and one view different Dom in Mainz.
New railway bridges at Koblenz (to south) and Mainz (to north). Projected railway bridge/line south of Bonn. Railway from Köln to Mainz complete on left bank. Map is very good. Text booklet complete though fragile.

Size
Cover (h) is 160 x 270 mm. Area of map detail: 2300 x 250 mm with vignette scenes (26 left and 20 right) occupying all the margin area. 

Steel engraving on eight plates; 2510 x 265 mm; 45 illustartions, 3 title illustrations, portrait of Friedrich Foltz at bottom of panorama (Sattler).

Not in Flüsse im Herzen Europas
Sattler, Rheinpanoramen 13A
Holzhäuer Der Rhein im Panorama 26 (p. 95) and 28 (p.96 um 1870), 29 (1875)






C. 7. Kapp, D / Hirchenhein II (with vignettes)  1868 / 1877

Cover title
1. Neues Panorama des Rheins von Mannheim bis Cöln. Mit 45 Randbildern nebst Beschreibung. Imprint: Mainz. Verlag von D. Kapp, Buchhändler. Zu haben in allen Buchhandlungen. Titles and information repeated on reverse in French (top) and English (below). Intricate floral frame pattern.

Map title (below)
Der Rhein v. Mannheim bis Cöln. Gezeichnet und in Stahl gestochen [von] Friedrich Herchenhein. and imprint Verlag D Kapp in Mainz. This final section has two pages, each of three columns; the first and third columns of the top sheet are taken up with a poem of the Loreley story by Heinrich Heine in German and each column is headed by a city arms (on a level with the title). The columns below are taken up with the same poem in French (left) and English (right). Below the title and in the central column (top) are an engraving of the Loreley (Die Lorelei) and signature. Below this (central column of final folding section) are two city views of Cologne and Mainz.
According to Sattler this panorama appeared first in 1868 (the cover was dated) and covered the classic stretch of the river between Cologne and Mainz and was accompanied by 37 vignette scenes in the margins and was printed from seven plateskt. In 1869 the panorama was extended to cover Mannheim requiring an extra printing plate (this issue not dated). When the Kapp publishing house ceased business it was taken over by Halenza, who proceeded to print it and reissued it in updated form until the end of the century. Two significant alterations were the replacing of the head and tail views with new illustrations.
Includes 24-page booklet Anhang zum Neuen Rhein-Panorama von Mainz bis Köln (sic) von Friedrich Herchenheim. Kapp´s Mainz imprint. Last date in text is 1877 (page 6); foundation laying of the Niederwald Memorial.
[Was also printed without the Randbilder.]                                                                               
dilibri has two copies (?), one early 1869 and a copy illustrated as dated c.1886 (note bridge at Cologne).

Size
Cover (v) is 175 x 300 mm. Area of map detail: 2145 x 295 mm with vignette scenes (28 left, 17 right) occupying all the margin area. Total length (incl. poem and 2 views) 2475 mm. Map is good, poem section stained.

Flüsse im Herzen Europas R 58
Sattler, Rheinpanoramen 13B
Holzhäuer Der Rhein im Panorama 25 (p. 94) see also 34


2a. Panorama des Rheines Von Mannheim Bis Cöln with imprint Mainz, Verlag von Joseph Halenza. Publishers red cloth backed boards (Halbleinenband) with gilt title and simple ornamentation consisting of two vertical lines on left from which flowers are set. Two small gilt decorations in the right hand corners.
Map title as before but imprint below map is: Verlag v. Joseph Halenza in Mainz.  New railway bridge at Koblenz (to south) and bridge at Bonn from city centre. Railway from Köln to Mainz complete on left bank. Two bridges at Mainz and two at Cologne (no 3rd railway bridge).
New views of Cologne central railway station, National Monument (replacing Greek chapel), Ems replaced by statue of K. Wilhelm and the two city views in title panel are taken from photographs.    KB.

Size
Cover (v) is 180 x 105 mm. Area of map detail: 1300 x 90 mm; total length 1530 mm with vignette scenes occupying all the margin area. Map is good.

Flüsse im Herzen Europas R 58
Sattler, Rheinpanoramen 13B

2b. Neues Panorama des Rheins Von Cöln bis Mannheim with imprint Mainz, Verlag von J. Halenza. Publishers red cloth backed boards (Halbleinenband) with gilt title and ornamentation within rectangular border. Cover (horizontal) is 175 x 180 mm. Area of map detail: ??  x ?? mm with vignette scenes occupying all the margin area.
Goyert copy has 3rd Mainz bridge.                                                                                      (Goyert)

Flüsse im Herzen Europas R 58 (illustration page 28, wrongly identified as R57).
Sattler, Rheinpanoramen 13B











C. 8. Quiel, (copy of Halenza I)   1894

Sattler (writing about Halenza-Foltz): This panorama remained in the programme of the publishing house for thirty years. It was also copied and printed in photolithographic form. Then, together with two further Halenza panoramas, it was sold to the publishing company of Gustav Quiel of Wiesbaden, who proceeded to publish it from circa 1896 under the title „Neuestes Rhein-Panorama“ and without the steel-engraved titlepiece and was reissued over a number of years.

Cover title    

Grosses Rhein Panorama with Germania (left) view of Rhine (central) and title in gold (central and right), framed top and bottom with vines. Imprint: Wiesbaden, Gustav Quiel, Verlag. Back is embossed but mainly plain, khaki boards

Map title
No title. Folding panoramic map of the Rhine from Cöln (top) to Mainz (below). Fairly primitive printing with views left (18) and right (18), including Neue Brücke in Mainz. Two bridges at Cologne, none at Bonn, one fixed bridge at Coblenz (plus pontoon) and only one fixed bridge at Mainz (plus pontoon). Railway on right bank from Coblenz southwards. Total length 1750 mm.

Size
Cover (h) is 170 x 285 mm. Area of map detail: 1750 x 280 mm with vignette scenes (36) occupying most of the margin area.


This map appears to predate 1880 but there is a m/s inscription dated 1894.

Not in Flüsse im Herzen Europas
Not in Sattler, Rheinpanoramen but Sattler does note that Quiel took over Rhine maps from Halenza.
Holzhäuer Der Rhein im Panorama has a different Quiel panorama 44 (p. 103).






C. 9. Karl Suder  1900

Book title

The Handiest Guide down the Rhine from Mayence to Cologne with Panorama.

Map title
PANORAMA / Vom Rhein – Of the Rhine / Bei K Suder, Mainz above lithographic Rhine panorama with 23 integrated illustrations. Besides signature of Moebs (see below, bottom left) there is an imprint: Erbacherhofsgasse, C Suder Verlag Mainz (bottom right).
1.   This example with English text booklet of 19 pages with a further 11 pages of advertising (HH copy). Bei dem kleinen Panorama hat sich K Suder eines sehr fein lithographierten Panoramas einer anderen Firma bedient, denn unter dem Panorama steht: Artistische Anstalt N Moebs, Rue des Paysans, Mayence. There is a view of the (new?) Rhine railway bridge in Cöln at the head of the panorama (but within the border lines).
2.     The same panorama, but with an additional ten illustrations, with the same text leaflet lacking advertising block, appeared as a slightly green-coloured lithography. The lithographer's signature below panorama: Lith u. Druck v. Aug. Walter, Mainz.

Size
Cover (v) is ### x ### mm. Area of map detail: 790 x 160 mm with names on map within a finely drawn margin line.

Not in Flüsse im Herzen Europas
Not in Sattler, Rheinpanoramen
Holzhäuer Der Rhein im Panorama 60 (p. 109 and with a reduced facsimile inside the back cover - illustrated here).


K Suder - from Holzhäuer




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