Africa - Young & Delleker Co. after A. Finley c.1830
An American map of the continent published in Philadelphia just before Richard Lander
established the ultimate course of the Niger.
29 x 22cms F.C.
Continent of Africa
Africa Continent - John Cary c.1820
This finely engraved map of the continent is a good example of the work of one of
England’s foremost cartographers and maker of globes.
23 x 28cms F.C. M.F. (42 x 47cms)
Africa Tabula - N. Sanson d’Abbeville c.1700.
A small, colourful French map of the continent. Highly decorated with fish, sea monsters
and fauna. An early, attractive map.
18 x 24cms F.C. M.F. (36 x 41cms)
Africa – A set of 4 regional maps - Jodocus Hondius c.1640
Two frames, two maps mounted in each frame. From the miniature Mercator, Hondius
series. These four regional maps incorporate features and motifs derived from major
large scale maps of the period.
A) Barbaria 14 x 18cms
B) Abissinorum Regnu 14 x 18cms
C) Marocchi Regnum 15 x 19cms
D) Guinea 15 x 19cms
F.C. M.F. Each frame 58 x 39cms
Map of Africa showing its most recent Discoveries - S.A. Mitchell c.1860.
An interesting American map of the continent including, inset, the island of St. Helena. A
very fine steel engraving complete with ornate border. Several notes on topographical
features and local inhabitants. In very good condition.
27 x 34cms F.C. M.F. (48 x 55cms)
Africa - Thomas Kitchin c.1770 SOLD
A map by one of the most prolific of 18th century English map publishers. The
continental landmass divided into regions. From Kitchin’s 'A General Atlas'.
34 x 37cms O.C. M.F. (53 x 55cms)
Africae Nova Tabula - Henricus Hondius 1631
The continent of Africa, published in Amsterdam in 1631. A copperplate engraving highly
decorated with flying fish, sailing vessels, monsters and fauna. An example in fine
condition of an important map referred to in R.V. Tooley “Collectors Guide to Maps of the
African Continent” page 54.
38 x 51cms F.C. M.F. (58 x 69cms)
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