Charts & Maps

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


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Replica 1705 English sea chart of the whole world

Replica 1705 English sea chart of the whole world

Replica 1705 English sea chart of the whole world shewing the variations of the compass with a view of the generall and coasting trade winds and monsoons or shifting trade winds. Printed on period correct linen and cotton blend laid paper. 8" x 21" in size
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Replica 1715 view of ye general and coasting trade-winds

Replica 1715 view of ye general and coasting trade-winds

This is a replica of a 1715 chart of A view of ye general and coasting trade-winds, monsoons or ye shifting trade winds through ye world, variations & c. According to the newest and most exact observations, by H. Moll geographer. This map was compiled with information collected on the voyages of William Dampier. Printed on period correct linen and cotton blend laid paper. 8" x 21" (the correct size of the original)
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1659 Dutch chart of the Caribbean

1659 Dutch chart of the Caribbean

Replica 1659 Dutch chart of the Caribbean by Hendrick Doncker, marking major ports, countries, capes, estuaries, banks and islands. Printed on period correct linen and cotton blend laid paper. 18" x 24" in size
£18.00

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1662 Dutch sea chart of the Lesser Antilles

1662 Dutch sea chart of the Lesser Antilles

Replica 1662 Dutch sea chart of The Lesser Antilles or 'Canibales Insulae', centred on a compass rose with north at the right, showing from eastern Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands to Trinidad and the Venezuelan coast. The title - Islands of the Cannibals - is certainly evocative. It illustrates the European impression of the mysterious islands of the New World resulting from many explorer's accounts of the savage Caribbean warriors who...
£18.00

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