Treasure Maps of Florida and the West Indies

REPRINT of :

Nova Tabula Exhibens Insulas Cubam et Hispaniolam Vulgo S. Domingo Dictam Insulas Lucaias seu Bahamanas ac Peninsulam Floridae

Description....Map of Caribbean, West Indies, Cuba, Hispaniola 
Date of Original   [1725 - 1750] 
Map Publisher:  Ottens, Josua (1704-1765); Ottens, Renier (1698-1750)
Place of Publication:  Amsterdam 

SIZE:  21 x 17  with larger margins

reprinted on quality parchment style paper

Great detail on Hispaniola/Florida  and the Route of the Treasure Galleons

Excellent for framing

Shipped rolled $25.00 in USA

 

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reprint of  a 1777 Florida Map

Carte de la Floride Occidentale et Louisiane

La Peninsule et Golfe de la Floride ou Canal De Bahama

Attractive  example of the first state of Jefferys map of Florida and the Gulf Coast, from Jeffrey's West India Atlas.

The map is the first large format English map to treat the region with such remarkable detail, including soundings and rhumblines. This first state does not name the Bay of Spiritu Santo at the mouth of the Mississippi and a note that the water is shallow with many islands, but that little is known about the region. The map was updated shortly after the first state, making the first quite rare on the market. The detail in Florida and the Bahamas is excellent as is the elaborate compass rose and sailing ships. A fine joined set of the maps in striking detail. While the individual sheets appear periodically on the market, the pair together are increasingly scarce on the market.

This reprint is from a direct Contact negative ; 16 1/2 x 38 inches
printed on quality parchment style paper 

Quanity is limited

Excellent for framing

Shipped rolled $25.00 in USA

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A Map of the West-Indies or the Islands of America

Moll, Herman,  circa. 1709-1732

Map of the West Indies or Caribbean islands, including part of Florida, the eastern part of Central America, and the northern part of South America. Includes inset maps of Saint Augustine, Vera Cruz, Havana, Portobelo, and Cartagena. Cartographic elements include compass rose, scales, wind directions, sea banks or shoals, soundings, lines of latitude and longitude, routes usually taken by ships, and some topographical details. Also includes an inset view of Mexico City. Items in the view of Mexico City are lettered for identification in key above view.

This reprint is from a direct Contact negative ; 22 3/4 x 38 inches
printed on quality parchment style paper 

Excellent for framing

Shipped rolled $25.00 in USA

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Colonial Lead Seals

Authentic Coin Jewelry

8 Reales

Sao Jose Shipwreck

Ring   China Trade Currency

unmounted  1 Reales

2 Reales in 14kt Gold

Santiago 1585

1715 Fleet Study Collection

El Cazador Caribbean  Florida 1700's map

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