Africa

A NEW MAP AFRICA - JOHN SENEX, 1721
A NEW MAP AFRICA - JOHN SENEX, 1721
John Senex (1678-1740)
Original antique copper engraved map
With original colour
Published by John Senex, London, 1721
Mounted in cream

Map size: 56 x 48cm
Mounted size: 76 x 68cm

Price: £875.00

The map is coloured by regions and depicts Africa as known to Europeans at the beginning of the 18th Century.View Item
AFRICA
AFRICA
Original antique map by J. Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.
Chromolithograph
Published by A. Fullarton & Co., London, 1878
Mounted in cream

Map size: 43 X 52cm
Mounted size: 60 X 70cm
Price: £250.00View Item
AFRICA
AFRICA
An original full colour antique map published by Bartholemew in 1906.

Mounted in cream

Image size: 47 x 38 cm
Mounted size: 66 x 56 cm

Price: £125.00
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AFRICA - BARTHOLOMEW, 1900
AFRICA - BARTHOLOMEW, 1900
Original antique map
Chromolithograph
Published by John Bartholomew & Co., 1900

Image size: 46 x 32cm
Mounted size: 58 x 48cm

Price: £90.00View Item
AFRICA - CRUCHLEY 1852
AFRICA - CRUCHLEY 1852
Original antique steel engraved map
With original hand-colour
Engraved by G.F. Cruchley
Published by Cruchley, 1852

Image size: 35 x 45cm
Mounted size: 55 x 64cm

Price: £300.00View Item
AFRICA - P. HEYLIN
AFRICA - P. HEYLIN
Original antique copper engraved map
Published London, 1703

Map size: 42 x 36cm
Mounted size: 58 x 52cm

Price: £450.00

This rare map of Africa depicts some unusual interior cartography. The Nile originates in Abyssinia but the large Ptolemaic lakes, Zaire and Zaflan, are retained. But instead of spawning the Nile River, the Zebee River flows into them from the north while the Zaire, Zembeze and several other rivers flow out to the west and south. Numerous kingdoms are located throughout. The title is contained is a small strapwork cartouche.

Peter Heylin was a noted geographer and cosmographer who was also Chaplain to King Charles I of England. He wrote Microcosmus, or a Little Description of the World in 1621 which was later expanded into his Cosmographie, published from 1652 into the early 18th century.View Item
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