A good map of the eastern coastline of North America with New England as extending as far south as Georgia. Martha’s Vineyard is named as “Martins Viniard” and an inset map of the Arctic region illustrating the fictitious discoveries of Admiral DeFont, after De L’isle’s map of 1753. Also the fictitious “Mer de L’Ouest” or Western Sea is indicated. Many Indian tribes are named. Published in “Nouvel Atlas Portatif”. Kershaw IV #1221; McCorkle 762.3; Phillips 3528. Third state. Map Condition: small spot to cartouche and off of Sable island, otherwise very good. Map Type: Copper engraved map.

Stock No: 1130
Cartographer: Robert de Vaugondy, Didier.
Year: 1794

Height (in): 9.5
Width (in): 11
Price: $350