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Paraguay / Uruguay
SEUTTER, M.,  Paraquariae Provinciae Soc. Iesu cum Adjacentibus Novissima…, antique map, old maps SEUTTER, M. - Paraquariae Provinciae Soc. Iesu cum Adjacentibus Novissima…
Augsburg, 1740, In original colours.. 570x490mm. Some brown staining, and some slight discolouration to part of the centerfold, else in good condition. Good strong, dark impression, with decent margins.
Between the years of 1609 and 1780, the Jesuits (the Roman Catholic Society of Jesus) established in South America, an autonomous Christian state, on the lands of present day Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina. This delightful map is well engraved and decorated with a compass rose, some explana... (Click on title or image to go to item page)
Estimates : $ 350 - $ 400
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FERRARIO, G.,  [ Spanish Sheppard's in Paraguay ]., antique map, old maps FERRARIO, G. - [ Spanish Sheppard's in Paraguay ].
Milan, 1827, In attractive strong original colours.. 195x270mm. Very good condition.
Aquatint depicting Spanish Sheppard's in Paraguay.
Engraved by Gallina.
From Giulio Ferrario's work Le Costume Ancien et Moderne ou Histoire du gouvernement, de la milice, de la religion, des arts, sciences et usages de tous les peuples anciens et modernes d'après les monuments de l'antiq...
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Estimates : $ 40 - $ 50
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FERRARIO, G.,  [ Guayanas inhabitants Paraguay ]., antique map, old maps FERRARIO, G. - [ Guayanas inhabitants Paraguay ].
Milan, 1827, In attractive strong original colours.. 190x265mm. Very good condition. This aquatint engraved plate was color printed on fine move paper with additional hand-coloring.
Aquatint depicting some relexing Guayanas Indians of Paraguay, who occupy the rivers flowing to the right bank of the Parana.
The Charruas Indians were the first inhabitants who hunted and fished in the area now known as Uruguay. They have probably been at these territories for 10.000 years bef...
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Estimates : $ 40 - $ 50
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FERRARIO, G.,  [ Charruas Indians from Paraguay ]., antique map, old maps FERRARIO, G. - [ Charruas Indians from Paraguay ].
Milan, 1827, In attractive strong original colours.. 195x270mm. Very good condition. This aquatint engraved plate was color printed on fine move paper with additional hand-coloring.
Aquatint depicting the Charruas Indians cooking. The charruas Indians were the first inhabitants who hunted and fished in the area now known as Uruguay. They have probably been at these territories for 10.000 years before the Spanish and Portuguese arrived.
Engraved by Gallina.
From Giulio F...
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Estimates : $ 60 - $ 80
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FERRARIO, G.,  [ Jesuitical Indians at work at their 'Reducciones' ], antique map, old maps FERRARIO, G. - [ Jesuitical Indians at work at their 'Reducciones' ]
Milan, 1827, In attractive strong original colours.. 205x275mm. Very good condition. This aquatint engraved plate was colour printed on fine move paper with additional hand-coloring.
Aquatint depicting Jesuitical Indians in Paraguay. The Jesuit Missions or "Reducciones" functioned like small independant "republics" and lived in complete autonomy within the heart of the existing Spanish colonies. Founded at the turn of the XVII Century they functioned until 1768, date in which th... (Click on title or image to go to item page)
Estimates : $ 60 - $ 80
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FERRARIO, G.,  [ Botocudos tribe of the Rio Grande, Paraguay ]., antique map, old maps FERRARIO, G. - [ Botocudos tribe of the Rio Grande, Paraguay ].
Milan, 1827, In attractive strong original colours.. 210x285mm. Very good condition.
Aquatint depicting Botocudos tribe of the Rio Grande in Paraguay.
Botocudo (from Portuguese for botoque, a plug, in allusion, to the wooden disks or plugs worn in their lips and ears), is the foreign name for a tribe of South American Indians of eastern Brazil, also known as the Aimorés or Aimb...
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Estimates : $ 100 - $ 120
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