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Africa continent

Location: 1630
Amsterdam, 1630 - 373 x 501 mm.
An attractive map of the continent, added by Hondius when he took over publication of Mercator's Atlas. Although it is based on Mercator's map, Hondius improved the outline of Madagascar, and named Ca..
Location: 1644
Amsterdam, 1644 - 410 x 550 mm.
Much of the geographical information is still based on the Ptolemaic maps, with the Nile shown with its source in the Lakes Zaire and Zaflan. Also included are various other mythical lakes and rivers ..
Location: 1652
Paris, ca. 1652 - 390 x 550 mm.
According to Betz, this is a landmark map of Africa, It is the first French map to depict significantly new information. The map is known in one state. The map was prepared and issued separately in 1..
Location: 1669
London, 1669 - 300 x 410 mm.
A very fine example of Richard Blome's scarce map, the earliest folio sized map of the region to be engraved in England.From his "Geographical Description Of The Four Parts Of The World." With in upp..
Location: 1739
Paris, 1739 - 1230 x 1345 mm.
A rare and monumental wall map of Africa, with original outline colour, of four joined sheets, surrounded by text and vignettes printed on separate sheets.Created in 1739 by Jean-Baptiste Nolin II (16..
Location: 1778
Augsburg, J.M.Will, 1778 - 195 x 257 mm.
Miniature map of Africa, a reduction of the Seutter folio map based on Homann's cartography of 1715. Very detailed - much of it fictitious. The Nile is shown not only originating in twin lakes, but al..
Location: 1850
Paris, 1850 - 310 x 435 mm.
A decorative 19th century map of the continent coloured to show the colonial possessions and major tribal kingdoms. The interior is mostly void of detail. The map is surrounded by hand coloured, steel..
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