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Map of the Southern United States & Mexico
Antonio Zatta.

Venice, 1785. Map of Mexico and Texas, but showing north to Chesapeake Bay.
ZATT0034
£350.00

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Central America, Guatemala to Panama
John Pinkerton.

London, Cadell & Davies, 1811. Map from Guatemala south to Panama.
PINK0004
£250.00

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Map of Central America
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.

London: Charles Knight, c.1846..
SDUK0058
£35.00

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Central America
John Tallis.

London: London Printing and Publishing Company, 1861. Map of Central America from Guatemala to Nicaragua, with engraved vignette scenes.
TALL0035
£95.00

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Benzoni Mexico
Girolamo Benzoni.

Frankfurt: Theodore de Bry, c.1596. From Benzoni's 'Historia del Mondo Nuovo', first published 1565, a history of the Spanish in Central and South America, written after the author had spent fifteen years in the New World. His work was included in the American sectiion of de Bry's 'Grand Voyages', as here,
BENZ0005
£150.00

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Miniature Map of Mexico
Petrus Bertius.

Amsterdam, 1600. Mexico, with the whole of the Gulf coast and the tip of Baia California. From Bertius' 'Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum'.
BERT0097
£340.00

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New Mexico
Jodocus Hondius.

London, Samuel Purchas, 1635. Hondius' map of western Mexico from the 'Atlas Minor', here issued in 'Purchas his Pilgrimes', with an English text.
HOND0085
£175.00

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Mexico & Guadalajara with armadillos
Johannes Jansson.

Amsterdam, Jan Jansson, 1636. Central Mexico, with Mexico City and Guadalajara. The title cartouche is more ornate than usual for Jansson, and two armadillos stand on the key. From the first year of issue.
JANS0032
£490.00

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Map of Mexico
Johannes Cloppenburg.

Amsterdam, Jan Jansson van Waesberger, 1676. South west Mexico Waesberger was Jan Jansson's son-in-law.
CLOP0012
£150.00

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Map of southern Mexico
Nicolas Sanson.

Paris, c.1692. Map of the environs of Mexico City, with the Yucatan and Belize. Engraved by A. de Winter for the quarto edition of Sanson's atlas.
SANS0073
£140.00

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Map of Central Mexico and Yucatan
Didier Robert de Vaugondy.

Paris, 1749. Map of southern Mexico, with Mexico City and Yucatan.
ROBE0042
£125.00

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Map of Mexico
Jacques Nicolas Bellin.

Paris, c.1754. Central Mexico, with Mexico City.
BELL0049
£85.00

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Map of Mexico
Thomas Kitchin.

London, c.1795. Published in Rev. Dr. Robertson's 'History of America'.
KITC0008
£395.00

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Detailed map of Mexico, with Texas marked as a Republic
Thomas Kelley.

London, Kelly, 1842. Mexico and Guatemala, also showing the Republic of Texas and California.
KELL0006
£95.00

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Map of Mexico, with Texas as a Republic,
Th. Duvotney.

Paris, Basset, 1843. Mexico, with Texas marked as a republic. An inset shows Guatemala.
DUVO0001
£125.00

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Miniature Map of Mexico City
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Paris, c.1683. Mexico City.
MALL0050
£90.00

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Plan of Mexico City
Jacques Nicolas Bellin.

Paris, c.1760. The environs of Mexico City.
BELL0050
£59.00

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Map of Ciudad. del Carmen, Mexico
Jacques Nicolas Bellin.

Paris, c.1760. The environs of Ciudad. del Carmen in Campeche.
BELL0061
£150.00

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Miniature Map of the Yucatan
Petrus Bertius.

Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius, 1616, First edition. The Yucatan, Belize, Guatemala & Honduras. Hondius engraved new plates for his edition of the Bertius atlas 'Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum', which he sold alongside the Mercator 'Atlas Minor'.
BERT0049
£225.00

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An account of the conquest of Yucatan
Antonio de Herrera y Tordesillas

Amsterdam: van der AA, 1706. An account of Francisco Hernández de Córdoba's expedition from the Spanish colony in Cuba in search of new lands to conquer, taken from Antonio de Herrera y Tordesillas's history, He discovered the 'Island' of Yucatan and Campeche in Mexico, capturing two Mayans who were to become the first interpreters in that language for the Spanish. However the reception given by the other natives was not friendly: in one incident Francisco Hernández de Córdoba was hit by ten arrows. Desperate for fresh water the expedition decided to turn for home, sailing via Florida where they did find supplies. Hernández de Córdoba died from his injuries shortly after they reached Cuba. A second expedition was send under Juan de Grijalva, as recorded here; a third expedition, 1519, was led by Hernando Cortez and resulted in the Spanish conquest of Mexico.
HERR0001
£450.00

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