"Carte d'Afrique Dressee pour l'Instruction par Guillaume Delisle...", Delisle/Dezauche
Period: 1819 (dated)
Color: Hand Color
24.8 x 19.2 inches
63 x 48.8 cm
This is a later edition of Delisle's 1722 map of the continent and Madagascar detailing all of Africa, divided into kingdoms and tribes. It correctly shows the Senegal and Niger rivers as separate entities. In the southeastern portion of the continent Lake Moravi is shown well inland from Zanzibar. Two decorative cartouches grace the map along the left border. Dezauche was Buache's son-in-law, and the successor to the Delisle business.
References: cf. Norwich #78.
A sharp impression with contemporary outline color on a sturdy sheet with a "T Dupuy" watermark and marginal soiling.