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Fine Art Reproductions of Historical Maps & Charts

Maps and Charts

The Caribbean

The Caribbean was highly significant to both Europe and America through the 17th, 18th
and 19th centuries, mainly due to the island production of rum, spices and sugar. The
American struggle throughout the War of Independence was fueled by several Caribbean
islands which provided illicit trade through the southern mainland ports.

The maps and charts in this collection contain a combination of material which was published
at the time as well as some magnificent manuscript surveys which have never been seen before.




Ref: A502

A map of the Caribbee, Granadilles and Virgin Islands

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Ref: A503

The Caribbee or Leeward Islands, The Virgin Islands, and the Isle of Porto Rico.

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Ref: A504

The Island of Cuba with part of the Bahama banks and the Martyrs

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Ref: A505

The Virgin Islands from English & Danish Surveys

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Ref: A506

The Virgin Islands, Trigonometrically Surveyed and adjusted by accurate Astronomic Observations

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Ref: A507

An Accurate Map of the Islands of St. Christophers and Nevis, with the Position of the English and the French fleets

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Ref: A508

Grenada

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Ref: A509

Martinico one of the Caribbee Islands, in the West Indies

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Ref: A510

A Chart of Martinique, shewing the facility by which it may be completely blockaded by four ships of war

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Ref: A511

Views and Leading Marks of the Island of Antigua

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Ref: A512

The Island of Barbadoes Revised

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Ref: A513

Carlisle Bay, Bridgetown, Barbados

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Ref: A514

A Chart of Barbados 'To his Excellency The Rt. Hon. Stapleton...'

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Ref: A515

A General Plan of the Harbours of Port Royal and Kingston Jamaica.

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Ref: A516

The Island of Tobago

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Ref: A517

The Plan of the Island Tobago.

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Ref: A518

The Island of Grand Cayman by George Gauld

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Ref: A519

A View of Port au Prince in Hispaniola (Haiti)

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Ref: A520

Chart of the Virgin Isles, from Lockwood's Trigonometrical Survey Taken in 1811 by Order of the Commander In Chief Admiral Sir Francis Laforey

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Ref: A522

A Chart of the Antilles, or Charibbee or Caribs Islands with the Virgin Islands

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Ref: A802

Novissima Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula

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Ref: A413

Spanish portolan chart of the Gulf of Mexico, West Indies and Northern coast of South America

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Ref: A415

The Peninsula of Florida with the New Bahama Channel, the Bahama Islands, Martyrs and Cuba

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