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Canary Islands
GOOS, P.,  Caarte voor.. Canarise Eylanden als Canaria, Tenerifa.., antique map, old maps GOOS, P. - Caarte voor.. Canarise Eylanden als Canaria, Tenerifa..
Amsterdam, 1666, Coloured.. 422x524mm. On double-ply paper as issued. Paper very mildly age-toned, as usual. A good and dark impression.
Very rare chart of the Canaries. Showing Palma, Ferro, Tenerife, Gran Canary, Forte Ventura, Lancelot. In upper right hand corner inset of harbor of Lancerota.
Pieter Goos (ca. 1616-1675) was one of the most important cartographer, engraver, publisher and print seller of Amsterdam. His widow cont...
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Estimates : $ 1,200 - $ 1,500
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Sold for $ 1,050
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Condition Rating: 2
VAN KEULEN, J., Nieuwe Pascaert van al de Carnarisse Eylande. , antique map, old maps VAN KEULEN, J. - Nieuwe Pascaert van al de Carnarisse Eylande.
Amsterdam, 1700, Uncoloured.. 500x574mm. Small margins, different repairs.
One of the most rare and sought after early maps of the Canary Islands. This large nautical map includes a latitude scale, a compass rose in the centre and a complex system of rhumb lines, anchorages, soundings etc is delineated. Extremely decorative.... (Click on title or image to go to item page)
Estimates : $ 450 - $ 550
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Sold for $ 420
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Condition Rating: 5
DE WIT, F. /OTTENS, R. / J., Barbariae et Guineae Maritimi a Freto Gibralta ad Fluvium Gambiae cum Insulis Salsis Flandricis et Canaricis., antique map, old maps DE WIT, F. /OTTENS, R. / J. - Barbariae et Guineae Maritimi a Freto Gibralta ad Fluvium Gambiae cum Insulis Salsis Flandricis et Canaricis.
Amsterdam, 1740, Coloured.. 485x566mm. Some minor browning, foxing , wrinkling in margins and on verso.
Very decorative sea chart of North-West Africa. Including Canary Islands and Cape Verde Islands.
The chart appeared De Wit's sea atlas, the "Orbis Maritimus". The plates from this atlas are among the most long-lived in Dutch cartographic history. They were used by Renard in 1715 and 1739, by Ot...
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Estimates : $ 500 - $ 700
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Sold for $ 450
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Condition Rating: 3