"[Lot of 2] Brazil - Uruguay, Paraguay & Guayana [with] Brazil", Various
Subject: Northern South America
Period: 1860 (circa)
Color: Hand Color
Pair of mid-nineteenth century maps of Brazil. First (11 x 14.7"), printed color, was engraved by Sydney Hall and published by A & C Black in the General Atlas. It is finely detailed with topography and hundreds of place names. Second (19.4 x 13.5"), in very handsome original hand coloring, was engraved by J.W. Lowry and published by Blackie & Son in the Imperial Atlas. The map is very finely engraved and detailed. It divides the country into provinces and includes an inset of the lower part of Brazil.
Faint toning along centerfold of second and two tiny and nearly invisible pin holes in border of first.