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  AFRICA 
 African Islands 

OWEN, William Fitzwilliam. [An uncommon Spanish sea chart of Madagascar and the Seychelles]
Carta de la costa oriental de la isla San Lorenzo ò Madagascar con las de Borbon Francia y Rodriguez y otras islas, bancos y bajos comprendidos en la partie del Oceano Indio.... Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1843. 890 x 600mm. With the blindstamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia. Stains at centrefold.
A scarce Spanish edition of a chart by Royal Navy Captain William Owen surveyed between 1822 and 1826. It shows the eastern coastline of Madagascar, Mauritius, Reunion and the Seychelles. Owen carried out extensive hydrographic surveys in South Africa and Canada and ended his career as later vice-admiral.
[Ref: 18237]    £1,250.00 ($1,650 • €1,430 rates)


TALLIS, John. [Antique map of islands in the Atlantic, including Madeira, Canary Islands and Bermuda]
Islands in the Atlantic. London: John Tallis & Co., c.1851. Original outline colour. Printed area 360 x 245mm.
Antique map drawn and engraved by John Rapkin & H.Winkles, showing Bermuda, Madeira, the Azores, Canaries and Cape Verde Islands. Illustrated with six attractive vignettes of various island scenes, including Fayal, Villa Franca & Pico in the Azores, Funchal on Madeira, and shipping under the cliffs of Tenerife.
[Ref: 12631]    £100.00 ($132 • €114 rates)


VIDAL, Alexander & ARLETT, William. [An uncommon 19th century Spanish sea chart of the Canary Islands]
Costal Occidental de Africa. Hoja II. Comprende desde Puerto Cansado hasta Cabo Bojador y las Islas Canarias, segun los tabajos de Vidal y Arlett de la M.R. Inglesa. Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1855. Touches of original colour. 525 x 970mm. Blind stamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia.
A large and detailed antique chart of the Canary Islands, showing the relief of the mountains with hachuring. Inset details show Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Arrecife on Lanzarote. Lighthouses are marked in colour. Lieutenant Vidal, a Royal Navy hydrographer, worked his way up through the ranks to become an admiral, and married the daughter of the British consul in Maderia.
[Ref: 12566]    £1,450.00 ($1,914 • €1,659 rates)


VIDAL, Alexander. [An uncommon 19th century Spanish sea chart of the Azores]
Carta Esférica de las Islas Azores ó Terceras levantada en 1788 por D. Vicente Tofiño de S. Miguel y corrigida por la que levantó en 1843 y 1844 el Capitan A.T.E. Vidal de la M.R. Inglesa… Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1855. 630 x 970mm. Blind stamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia. Some slight ink offset.
A large chart of the Azores with hatchuring to show relief, engraved by Noguera after the survey of Lieutenant Vidal, a Royal Navy hydrographer, who worked his way up through the ranks to become an admiral, and married the daughter of the British consul in Maderia.
[Ref: 18036]    £425.00 ($561 • €486 rates)


ECKERSBERG, Johan Fredrik. [A View of Madeira]
Penha D'Aguia. Düsseldorf: Arnz & Co., 1858. Colour lithograph, printed area 350 x 415mm. Two repaired marginal tears.
Eckersberg, a Norwegian painter, visited Madeira in 1852-54. His book, Views in Maderia, was published with text in English and German. The Penha d'Águia is an outcrop of rock 580 metres high.
[Ref: 7826]    £400.00 ($528 • €458 rates)


VIDAL, Alexander & ARLETT, William. [Antique sea chart of the African coast with Madeira]
Costal Occidental de Africa. Hoja II. Comprende desde el Cabo Espartel hasta Puerto Cansado con la Isla de la Medera y parte de las Islas Canarias, segun los tabajos de Arlett y Vidal de la M.R. Inglesa. Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1857-67. Touches of original colour. 525 x 970mm. Blind stamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia.
A large and detailed antique chart of Madeira showing from Cadiz and the Strait of Gibraltar south to Lanzarote, with an inset plan of the approaches to Funchal. Lighthouses are marked in colour. Lieutenant Vidal, a Royal Navy hydrographer, worked his way up through the ranks to become an admiral, and married the daughterr of the British consul in Madeira
[Ref: 12593]    £400.00 ($528 • €458 rates)


ARLETT, William. [An uncommon Spanish old sea chart of Gran Canaria]
Oceano Atlantico Septentrional. Carta de la Isla de la Gran Canaria, levantada por el teniente Arlett de la M.R. Inglesa en 1834. Corregida en 1868. Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1868. Touches of original colour. 480 x 630mm. Blind stamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia.
A scarce Spanish chart of Gran Canaria, one of the most detailed antique map of the island of the period, showing the relief of the mountains with hachuring. Lighthouses are marked in colour.
[Ref: 12572]    £1,400.00 ($1,848 • €1,602 rates)


ARLETT, William. [An uncommon 19th century Spanish sea chart of Fuerteventura]
Oceano Atlantico Septentrional. Carta de la Isla de Fuerteventura en las Canarias, levantada en 1835 por el Teneiente Arlett de la Marine R.l Inglesa. Corregida en 1868. Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1868. Touch of original colour. 490 x 680mm. Blind stamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia. Folded near bottom, as issued.
A scarce antique chart of Fuerteventura, one of the largest and most detailed antique maps of the island of the period, showing the relief of the mountains with hachuring. Lighthouses are marked in colour.
[Ref: 12576]    £1,500.00 ($1,980 • €1,716 rates)


VIDAL, Alexander. [An uncommon 19th century Spanish sea chart of three of the Canary Islands]
Oceano Atlantico Septentrional. Cartas de las Islas de Palma, Gomera y Hierro en las Canarias, levantada por el Capitan A.T.E. Vidal de la M.R. Inglesa en 1837. Corregida en 1868. Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1868. Touch of original colour. 485 x 640mm.
Three charts of islands in the Canaries, Palma, Gomera and El Hierro, among the largest and most detailed antique maps of these islands of the period, showing the relief of the mountains with hachuring. One lighthouse is marked in colour. Captain Vidal, a Royal Navy hydrographer, worked his way up through the ranks to become an admiral, and married the daughter of the British consul in Maderia.
[Ref: 12573]    £900.00 ($1,188 • €1,030 rates)


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