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Lot 185
By: Jacques Nicolas Bellin
Subject: Colonial South Central United States
Date: 1757 (dated)

Publication: La Harpe's Abrege de l'Histoire Generale des Voyages...

Condition Code: A

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Color: uncolored

Size: 11.8 x 8.5 inches
         30.0 x 21.6 cm


    This is a finely engraved French and Indian War period map of French Louisiana. It extends from the Great Lakes in the north and Nouveau Mexique in the west, to the Gulf of Mexico and shows about half of Florida. The Mississippi River flows dramatically down the center of the map with tributaries including the Ohio River, (l'Oyo ou la Belle), Missouri River, and the Riviere de Moingona in the area of modern-day Des Moines. The map is filled with place names including many Indian tribes, missions, forts, and early settlements. Nouveau Mexique in the far west includes Santa Fe and names the S. Jerome de Taos. Adorned with a rococo-style title cartouche that includes a distance scale.

Condition Description: A nice impression with a few faint spots in the image.

Ref: Sellers & Van Ee #75.

Estimate:
$200.00 - $240.00


Sold for: $180.00

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