Jefferys, Thomas
1775

Jefferys Antique Chart of the Yucatan Peninsula

The Coast of Yucatan from Campeche to Bahia del Ascension; with the West End of Cuba. By Thomas Jefferys Geographer to His Majesty.

DESCRIPTION: Well-worn, decorative antique sea chart covering from the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico to western Cuba, including Merida, Valladolid, Loggerhead Key, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, etc. By English cartographer Thomas Jefferys. A fleet of galleons is shown on a plotted track labeled: "Gallions Track from Cartagena", while two ships head west along a plotted track labeled: "Track from Cape Catoche to Campeche." To round out the cast of characters a third ship, apparently a privateer, exits a shorter track between two rocky areas. That track is noted as the "Passage del Corsario" (A corsair was a privateer, or pirate acting with the explicit backing of a foreign government).

From Sayer's and Bennett's atlas titled: The West-India Atlas: or, a compendious description of the West-Indies: illustrated with forty one correct charts and maps, taken from actual surveys."

Publishers attribution reads: "London. Printed for Rob.t Sayer, Map and Print seller. No 53 Fleet Street as the Act directs 20th Feb.y 1775.

CREATOR: Jefferys, Thomas

PUBLICATION DATE: 1775

GEOGRAPHIC AREA: Mexico

BODY OF WATER: Bay of Campeche

CONDITION: Fair.  Repairs from verso including vertical center fold with minor loss. Centerfold browned. Misfold right side. Dirty and browned.

COLORING: Hand coloring.

ENGRAVER: 

SIZE: 24 " x 18 "

ITEM PHYSICAL LOCATION: 52

PRICE: $650

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