Three fine maps of West Africa, each decorated with an elaborate, pictorial title cartouche. The first covers the largest region, from Western Sahara to Benguela and inland to the middle of the continent. It provides excellent detail along the coastlines, as well as some interesting, spurious information in the interior including the twin lake sources of the Nile River, and the kingdom of Prester John atop Mount Amara. The other maps focus on the Guinee coast and the kingdoms of Congo and Angola, respectfully. The cartouche of each map illustrate the major trade goods, exotic animals and the various native inhabitants. The size varies slightly.
All have fine impressions and wide original margins. The map of Guinee is lightly toned with a minor stain at lower centerfold (B+). The other two are fine and very good.