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Reserve reduced by $200! De Fer's Scarce Map of the Gulf of Mexico with Florida as a Peninsula

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Lot 378
By: Nicholas de Fer
Subject: Gulf of Mexico & Caribbean
Date: 1717 (dated)

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Condition Code: B+

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Color: hand color

Size: 24 x 18.2 inches
         61.0 x 46.3 cm


    This is scarce map of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. Unlike most maps of the period, De Fer presents Florida correctly as a peninsula rather than as the broken archipelago. Lake Okeechobee is named Lac Serrope. The Caribbean islands are also well depicted with numerous notations throughout. The map is filled with place names and graphic topography. Embellished with a compass rose, large galleon, canoe with three natives, and two sea monsters. Engraved by P. Stark.

Condition Description: Original outline color on watermarked paper with a light damp stain along the centerfold, minor soiling, and an archivally repaired centerfold separation that extends 4" into map at bottom.

Ref: Lowery #281.

Estimate:
$1,500.00 - $1,800.00


Available for : $900.00
(plus Buyer's Premium)



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