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  AMERICA 
 Gulf States 

SANTINI, Paolo. [18th Century map of the American South East]
Partie Méridionale de la Louisiane, avec la Floride, La Caroline et la Virginie. Venice, 1776. Original outline colour. 490 x 580mm.
Shows from Delaware Bay south to New Orleans, with the title in a rococo cartouche bottom right. Derived from the French map published by D'Anville.
[Ref: 9346]    £700.00 ($911 • €782 rates)


ZATTA, Antonio. [Florida & the Bahamas]
Il Paese de Selvaggi Outauacesi, E Kilistine Intorno al Laco Superiore; Supplemento all Florida Orientale. Venice, c.1778. Original colour. 335 x 445mm.
One of a twelve-sheet map of the American colonies, showing the area around Lake Superior, but with an inset of the Florida Keys and the Bahamas.
[Ref: 9809]    £200.00 ($260 • €223 rates)


LUFFMAN, John. [Early 19th Century plan of St Augustine, Florida]
St Augustine. Engrav'd for Luffman's Select Plans. St Augustine, the Capital of East Florida. N America, the harbour is shallow but secure. It was ceded during Mr Pitt's administration by the English to the Spaniards. London: Luffman, 1802. 170 x 135mm. Paper lightly age-toned.
Chart of the approaches to St Augustine in Florida, published in Luffman's 'Select Plans of the Principal Cities, Harbours, Forts &c. in the World'. Florida had been British until the Treaties of Paris of 1783, ending the American War of Independence, gave Florida back to the Spanish. The map shows roads, Indian towns, the fort (San Marcos), inland waters and water depths.
[Ref: 13167]    £250.00 ($325 • €279 rates)


MORENO, Miguel. [Gulf Coast Sea Chart marking the "Republic of Texas"]
Carta de las Costas de la Escambia, Alabama y Bocas de Rio Misisipi, la Luisiana, Tejas, con la Provincia del Nuevo Santander en el Golfo de Mejico... Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1846. Touches of original colour. 640 x 990mm. Some restoration.
An uncommon Spanish sea chart of the Gulf Coast from San Fernando in Mexico to near what is now Panama City in Florida ('Escambia'). Of particular interest is the 'Republica de Tejas', appearing the year that it entered the Union, with Galveston and Corpus Christi named. The lighthouses are marked with original colour.
[Ref: 11865]    £5,000.00 ($6,505 • €5,585 rates)


BLUNT, Edmund. [American 'Blue-back' of Florida and the Bahamas]
The Bahama Banks and the Gulf of Florida. New York: E. & G.W.Blunt, 1848. Touches of original colour. Two sheets conjoined, total 1000 x 1250mm, backed on blue paper. Some staining.
An American 'blue back' sea-chart showing Florida south of Lake George, the Bahamas and the north coast of Cuba, with an inset of Key West.
[Ref: 11909]    £2,200.00 ($2,862 • €2,457 rates)


TALLIS, John. [Map of Texas and the southwest USA]
Mexico, California and Texas. London, J. & F. Tallis, c.1850. Original outline colour. Steel engraving, printed area 260 x 330mm.
A map of the southwest, with California, Texas (still incorporating what became the state of New Mexico] and Mexico south to the Yucatan, On the map are marked the 'newly discovered GOLD Districts' in California, and the 'Great Caravan Route' across Utah. It is decorated with a foliate border attractive vignettes of gold panning, the ruins of Uxmal and Mexican peasants. From John Howard Hinton's 'History of the United States of America, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time'.
[Ref: 17730]    £290.00 ($377 • €324 rates)


BRYANT, Tomas. [An uncommon Spanish sea chart of the Gulf coast of the USA]
Seno Mejicano. Hoya II. Parte Setentrional segun los trabajos mas modernos nacionales y estranjeros. Madrid: Direccion de Hidrografia, 1867. 630 x 980mm. With the blindstamp of the Direccion de Hidrografia.
A detailed Spanish chart of the Gulf coast from the Rio Bravo on the Mexico/Texas border to Apalachicola in Florida. There are five inset details: Matagorda & Galveston in Texas; the entrance to the Sabine River on the Texas-Louisiana border; Biloxi in Mississippi; and San Luis, an island just off the south end of Galveston Island. The inset of San Luis is an anomaly: it is shown completely covered in a grid pattern of streets, although northing appears to have ever been built. It is likely to be a resettlement plan caused by the upheaval of the Civil War. Lighthouses are marked in colour.
[Ref: 11854]    £1,400.00 ($1,821 • €1,564 rates)


IMRAY, James. [A 'blue-back' sea chart of the Gulf of Mexico from New Orleans to Tampa]
Gulf of Mexico. Chart No 1. (Tampa Bay to New Orleans). Compiled from Surveys made by order of the United States Govenment. London: James Imray & Son, 1902. Touches of original colour. Two sheets conjoined, laid on blue paper with publisher's title label, edged with linen, total 890 x 1330mm. With chart-seller's ink stamps. Two small tears in top edge, some pencil markings.
A working chart of the north coasts of the Gulf of Mexico, with parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Lighthouses are marked with colour. Insets are: Passes of the Mississippi; Entrance to Mobile Bay; Pensacola; St Andrew; East Pass; & Apalachicola. The ink stamps are of 'J. Blowey, Optician and Chronometer maker, Southside Street, Plymouth'.
[Ref: 17407]    £1,700.00 ($2,212 • €1,899 rates)


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