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Argentina map & Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay
John Arrowsmith.

London, 1842. Detailed map of South America from southern Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay to Patagonia, with an inset of Tierra del Fuego. Issued in the 'London Atlas' by the foremost British cartographer of his generation.
ARRO0006
£150.00

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Miniature map of Peru
Petrus Bertius.

Arnhem, Jan Jansson snr., 1610. A miniature map of Peru, orientated with north to the left.
BERT0017
£150.00

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Miniature map of Peru
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, c.1683. Also including Ecuador.
MALL0070
£68.00

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Peruvian native costume
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, c.1683. Two Peruvian warriors, published in Mallet's 'Description de l'Univers'.
MALL0117
£68.00

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Map of southern Peru and Bolivia
Gilles Robert de Vaugondy.

Paris, 1749. Southern Peru and Bolivia.
ROBE0043
£58.00

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Detailed map of Peru
John Cary.

London, c.1815. A colourful map of Peru.
CARY0026
£56.00

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Map of the Peru-Bolivian Confederation
Anonymous.

French, c.1840. A map of the short-lived Peru-Bolivian Confederation, linking the 'Republic of South Peru' with Bolivia, 1836-39. It collapsed after an invasion by Chile.
ANON0024
£35.00

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Map of Peru and Bolivia
John Tallis.

London: London Printing and Publishing Company, c.1855. Decorative map of Peru and Bolivia, still showing the Bolivian corridor to the sea, lost during the War of the Pacific (1879-83). The decorative vignettes include views of Lima and Potosi, Bolivia's mountain of silver.
TALL0065
£89.00

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Miniature map of Cusco
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, c.1683. The Inca city of Cusco.
MALL0068
£85.00

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View of South Georgia
W. Hodges.

London: Strahan & Cadell, 1777. View of the glaciers on South Georgia, drawn by Hodges, the offical artist on Captain Cook's second voyage around the world.
HODG0001
£225.00

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Early view of South Georgia
Capt. James Cook.

Amsterdam, c.1785. A view of Possession Bay on South Georgia, with the glaciers, drawn 1775. This illustration comes from a Dutch edition of the official account of Cook's Second Voyage, on which he circumnavigated the island, made the first landing, claiming the territory for Britain and naming it in honour of King George III.
COOK0021
£195.00

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View of Paramaribo in Suriname
John Gabriel Steadman.

London: J. Johnson, 1794. View of Paramaribo from across the Suriname River, published in Captain Steadman's ' Expedition to Surinam, being the Narrative of a Five Year Expedition Against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam in Guiana on the Wild Coast of South America from the Year 1772 to 1777 '.
STED0001
£195.00

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Venezuela and the Lesser Antilles
Johannes Jansson.

Amsterdam, c.1650. Venezuela and the Lesser Antilles, including Trinidad and Curaçao.
JANS0062
£350.00

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