Caribbean and West Indies Gulf of Mexico and Florida Henri Chatelain 1730

Catalog Number 52505
 
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Date:

1730. Amsterdam

Maker:

Henri Chatelain [1684-1743]

Short Title:

Carte contenant le Royaume du Mexique et la Floride

Full Title:

Carte contenant le Royaume du Mexique et la Floride Dressez sur les meilleures observations and sur les Memoires les plus Nouveaux.

Source:

Atlas Historique Vol. VI. No. 27. P. 101

Size of Map:

40.2 x 51.6 cm. approximately [20.3 x 15.8 in]

Description:

A cooper engraved, uncolored map derived from the landmark map of Guillaume Delisle's of the southern part of North America first published in 1703. It shows many of the English settlements along the East Coast and illustratess the discoveries of D'Iberville along the Gulf Coast and the Mississippi River. The French territory of Floride dominates the middle of the continent. The map features particular detail in the western portions relating to present-day Texas and New Mexico, particularly of the Spanish missions and Hopi mesas

References:

Ramond Lister "Old Maps & Globes" p. 141; Bannister "Antique Maps" p. 132 ;W. Lowery #292

Price:
$640.00
SKU:
52505
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