Descripcion de las Indias del Norte, nr 2
1726 (1601). B/W as issued.
Schematic but important map, placing the Spanish possessions in North America.
Paskaart van de Grand Banq (Canada)
1716. Zeefakkel Part IV.
Detailed chart of the Great Bank in front of Newfoundland, important as fishing grounds.
Mare del Zur
(1675) 1745 - Later colour. (McLaughlin 59-3)
Showing California as an island and the Pacific Ocean from the westcoast of America up to Japan.
1730 - original colour
Beautiful map of the southeast of the United States with emphasis on Louisiana. Excellent condition.
Snow & Co, (1849) 1880 - Reps 340 - chromolitho 32,5x80,5 cm
San Francisco, looking from Rincon point towards telegraph hills, showing the port city and trading post with 42 ships in the harbour. Only for stores and just one hotel. Firks was the first to show San Francisco after the goldrush started in 1848.
Recens Edita Novi Belgii... (New York)
ca. 1730. Second state (Tooley 291).
Full contemporary colour. Inset view of New York. Large cartouche in B/W as issued.
(1641) 1653 - 2nd State - Spanish text on verso - later colour - small repair (15cm) of split in the folding, without loss. Clear print on strong paper. (Burden # 245)
All over nice copy of this map, showing California as an island.
48x59cm - original colour - only very slightly browned, else excellent condition
This map was drawn and edited in Amsterdam on the observations of the members of the Royal Academy of Sciences e.a. as depicted by De l'Isle, showing the eastcoast of the Americas from Baffins Bay to the northern coastline of South America.
Carte de la Louisiane et du Cours du Mississipi
45x60,5cm - original colour - excellent condition
Nice full colour map depicting Louisiana and the course of the Mississipi
Floridae Americae Provinciae.... descriptio
Frankfurt, De Bry. 1591
(Burden nr 79; Virga pp46/47; Garret in Map Collector (1979/9); Schwartz/Ehrenberg p 82)
Copperplate engraving, later colour, heightened in gold
Source: Brevis narratio... (de Bry, Grands Voyages, part II)
Jaques le Moyne accompanied Laudonniere on the second voyage of the French Huguenots to establish themselved in Florida (1564). The first expedition was two years earlier (1562). A small group of would be colonists had been left behind at the Charles fortress. Shortly after arrival the Spaniards attacked the new settlement. Le Moyne was among the few French survivors of the attack. On his return to Europe he first arrived in England where he stayed the rest of his life. Theodor de Bry went to London and eventually bought the original le Moyne drawings. The original of the map has since disappeared.
The map is a founding map in the cartography of Florida. It shows water at the northern border, representing Verazzanos concept of a small isthmus between the two oceans. Floridas interior carries the stories the Indians told the new colonists about the interior.
Province of New York and New Jersey
One big map in two sheets