"The East Part of India, or India Beyond the R. Ganges", Moll, Herman
Subject: Southeast Asia
Period: 1745 (circa)
Publication: Modern History
Color: Black & White
7 x 9.9 inches
17.8 x 25.1 cm
This copper engraved map covers southern China through the Malaysian peninsula and the Straits of Sincapora. The mythical Chaammay Lake is located above the Tropic of Cancer, although it is no longer the headwaters of the region's major rivers. The map is quite detailed and reflects the growing British interest in the region. Published in London in Thomas Salmon's Modern History: or the Present State of All Nations.
References: Shirley (BL-Atlas) G.SALM-1c #4.
Watermarked paper with wide margins and a couple small, faint stains and two tiny wormholes, all in blank margins.