Produced in 1520, this edition by Solanis is the first book containing a printed map that designates the new world as America. The map in question is a folding woodcut cordiform representation of the world after Petrus Apianus, who in turn followed a 1507 world map by Martin Waldseemuller that named America for the first time. At Swann Galleries’ sale of fine books on April 12, it’s expected to realize $50,000-$70,000.Another item of exceptional interest in the sale is a signed copy of “Ulysses” by James Joyce. It’s one of the first edition of 150 copies known as the “Giant Joyce,” because its dimensions were greater than other editions. A gift to Joyce’s patron Harriet Weaver, it contains an inscription written on a small card mounted to the front pastedown. Produced in 1922, it’s estimated at $25,000-$35,000.