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  ASIA 
 Indochina 

DE LORENZO, J. [Antique sea chart of the Malacca Strait]
Oceano Indio. Carta del Estrechio de Malaca y de la Costa Occidentale de Sumatra segun los trabajos mas modernos. Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1863-7. Touches of original colour. 980 x 640mm. Blind stamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia.
Old sea chart of part of the northern approaches to theMalacca Strait, between Malaysia and Sumatra, marking Malacca and Penang. The Klang River is marked, but Kuala Lumpur is yet of sufficient importance to be shown: founded in 1857 it was not until 1880 it even became state capital. Much of the western coastline of Sumatra is also marked. The lighthouses are marked in colour.
[Ref: 12463]    £480.00 ($629 • €535 rates)


LETTS, SON & CO. [A 19th century map of the Far East]
Map of South-eastern Asia and Northern Australia Showing the Districts in Annam and Tonquin which France proposes to annex and to place under a Protectorate, The Portion of New Guinea proposed to be acquired by Queensland, And the Districts affected by the Volcanic Eruptions in Java. London, 1883. Original colour. Printed area 420 x 575mm.
A map of South East Asia and Australia showing the British, French, Portuguese and Spanish colonies. It was published as a supplement of The Graphic newspaper on September the 22nd of 1883 to illustrate three events with far-reaching consequences: the Treaty of Huế (25th August 1883), by which France established a protectorate in Vietnam; the eruption of Krakatoa the following day; and Queensland's attempt to annex Papua New Guinea to stop German colonial plans, contradicting the Btitish Government's position. The telegraph lines that allowed such news to reach London so quickly are marked.
[Ref: 18643]    £325.00 ($426 • €362 rates)


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