Charts & Maps

 
A collection of navigational charts and maps from the 17th and 18th centuries

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Replica 1675 English Seachart of the South Sea

Replica 1675 English Seachart of the South Sea

Replica of a 1675 English Seachart of the South Sea by John Seller hydrographer to the Kings most excellent majestie. It shows the west coast of North and South America including the gulf of mexico and Panama. Printed on modern parchment vellum paper, or if you want to be accurate to the original then it can be printed on period correct linen and cotton blend laid paper for 6 extra. 18" x 24" in size
£12.00

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Replica 1721 English Map of the Caribbean Islands

Replica 1721 English Map of the Caribbean Islands

Replica 1721 Engish map titled "A New Map of the English Empire in the Ocean of America or West Indies". It shows the main English settlements in the Caribbean at the time which were Jamaica, Bermuda, Barbados, Bridgetown, Tobago, Antigua and St. Christophers Island. It also shows a detailed map of Port Royal Harbour. Printed on modern parchment vellum paper, or if you want to be accurate to the original then it can be printed on period correct...
£12.00

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Replica 1748 English Map of the World

Replica 1748 English Map of the World

Replica 1748 Engish map titled "The World" by T. Jefferys. It shows the known world as it was in 1748. Parts of North America are not drawn in as this was not fully explored at this point. It also shows the trade winds. Printed on modern parchment vellum paper, or if you want to be accurate to the original then it can be printed on period correct linen and cotton blend laid paper for 6 extra. Approx 26" x 14.5" in size.
£12.00

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Replica 1748 English Chart of the West Indies

Replica 1748 English Chart of the West Indies

Replica 1748 Engish map titled "A new and accurate chart of the West Indies" by Emanuel Bowen. It shows the Southeastern United States, Florida, the Gulf Coast, Mexico, the Caribbean islands and Central America. A number of towns, forts and other places of interest are noted throughout. The Map has annotations describing King Charles II's charter of 1665 which established the Carolina Colony, extending south to St. Augustine and incorporating...
£12.00

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