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1459Zatta: Decorative antique map of the Caribbean Islands.DetailsZatta, Antonio1785
French, English and Spanish Islands in the Caribbean Sea
Zatta, Antonio
$425.00Zatta--AntonioFrench--English-and-Spanish-Islands-in-the-Caribbean-SeaFine antique decorative map of the Caribbean Islands "Arcipelago delle Antille" with a beautiful and colorful title cartouche published from Venice, Italy. Shows Florida as an archipelago of islands. Antonio Zatta issued this attractive antique engraving in his "Atlante Novissimo" in 1785.
1471 Brion: Map of the Caribbean Archipelago.DetailsBrion, Louis, de la Tour1790
Guyane, Terre Ferme. Isles Antilles et Nouvelle Espagne
Brion, Louis, de la Tour
$130.00Brion--Louis--de-la-TourGuyane--Terre-Ferme--Isles-Antilles-et-Nouvelle-EspagneAntique map of the Caribbean Archipelago, Mexico, and the southeast United States. Map is set within a page of French text related to the map.
1470Depot: "Vieux Canal" Bahamas.DetailsDepot de la Marine1801
French antique chart of the Bahamas old channel and northern Cuba
Depot de la Marine
$489.00Depot-de-la-MarineFrench-antique-chart-of-the-Bahamas-old-channel-and-northern-CubaFrench antique navigation chart of the "Vieux Canal" or old canal of the Bahamas. Other features (in French) include Canal de Santarem and Banc de Los Rocques. Inset chart of the anchorage near Cayo Blanco ("les Cayes de Piedras, Monillo, et autres ajacentes") and of the anchorage at Cayo Verde and Cayo Confites. Circular logo of the Depot de la Marine.
524Antique chart of the Carribean islandsDetailsDepot de la Marine1806
Carte Generale des Isles Antilles
Depot de la Marine
$775.00Depot-de-la-MarineCarte-Generale-des-Isles-AntillesLarge, rolled, copperplate engraved antique 'brown-back' working sea chart of the Caribbean (Antilles) issued by the French Depot de la Marine in 1806. Coverage includes from eastern Puerto Rico and its islands of Culebra and Vieques, the British Virgin Islands, Anguilla, St. Kitts, Nevis, Montserrat, Antigua, Barbuda, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago to the Venezuelan coast. The lower portion of the map covers the northern coast of Venezuela including the cities of Cumana and Barcelona. Numerous French place names, soundings and navigation hazards are noted. <BR> </BR> Chart is covered with brown linen; probably contemporary to its issue based on the wear pattern. Blueback charts, covered in blue linen, or heavy paper are much more common, These brown back charts are not often found. The linen has done a good job of protecting the map and maintaining it's fine condition over the last 200+ years. <BR> </BR> With the circular stamp of the French Depot de la Marine. No 187. Price 3 Francs.
1286Antique map of the West Indies.DetailsTryer, James1822
Antique map of the Caribbean Sea and the Spanish Main
Tryer, James
$95.00Tryer--JamesAntique-map-of-the-Caribbean-Sea-and-the-Spanish-MainAntique map of the West Indies at the beginning of the 19th century by James Tryer. The area covered stretches from Florida in the north the Gulf of Darien in the south and from the Yucatan peninsula in the west to the Orinoco river in the east. Includes portions of the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, Pacific Ocean, and Sea of Honduras. The northern coast of South America is labeled "The Spanish Main". <br></br> James Tyrer was a prolific engraver from Pentonville, London who flourished during the early part of the nineteenth century. This neat map was published by John Souter in Clark's A New General School Atlas in 1822.