Bellin, Jacques Nicolas
1764

South American Continent

Amerique Meridionale

DESCRIPTION: Fine copper-plate engraved map of South America ca. 1764. Noted features on this attractive, decorative map include the Amazon River, the Malvinas Islands (Falklands), Buenos Aires, Lake Titicaca, Lima, and the islands of Trinidad and Martinique. "Tierra Firme" is the name the Spanish used to denote their overseas possessions on the north coast of South America including present day Colombia.

Published by Nicolas Bellin in his "Petit Atlas Maritime." Volume 2, Number 3. With both latitude and longitude markings.

CREATOR: Bellin, Jacques Nicolas

PUBLICATION DATE: 1764

GEOGRAPHIC AREA: N/A

BODY OF WATER: Pacific Ocean

CONDITION: Very good.  On strong chain-laid paper with a clear plate-mark. Strong impression and careful coloring.

COLORING: Attractive outline hand-coloring.

ENGRAVER: 

SIZE: 6 " x 8 "

ITEM PHYSICAL LOCATION: 5

PRICE: $215

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