World in spheres w/ navigators tracks 1820 M. Carey large antique map
World in spheres w/ navigators tracks 1820 M. Carey large antique map World in spheres w/ navigators tracks 1820 M. Carey large antique map World in spheres w/ navigators tracks 1820 M. Carey large antique map World in spheres w/ navigators tracks 1820 M. Carey large antique map
$ 140.00

Geographical Map of the World, with the tracks of the most celebrated navigators...by C. Gros 1813

Issued 1820, Philadelphia by Matthew Carey

Engraved by J. Yeager

Printed by T.H. Palmer on J. & T. Gilpin's "Machine" paper.

Fine and uncommon old map with original hand color. Surrounding the central engraved map is extensive letter-press text describing the country shown. This extensive text background includes a variety of topics and provides a fascinating historical perspective for the modern viewer.

A picture is worth a thousand words. The photos are a major part of the item description. Please examine them closely, as what you see is what we will send you.

[note: we grade conservatively and always seek to disclose any noteworthy flaws.].

Map remains well preserved, but there is a 5" clean split at the bottom of the centerfold plus a 1 1/2" split at the top - both of which are clean and confined to text and could readily be laid down or closed so as to be virtually invisible to the eye when the map is laid open flat. Some light age wear or surface spotting/ soiling which is visible within the scan.

Paper and image remains overall clean & sound. Old maps & prints often display small minor repairs on the back, could have uneven blank margins, might have extraneous fold-lines or other small minor age flaws which do not detract from the visual appeal or value. Condition is carefully considered in arriving at our price.

Great old vintage antique map entirely worthy of hanging for display.

A depiction captured in a manner entirely unique to this era.

Sheet measures c. 17 1/2 " H x 22 " W.

Printed map area measures c. 10 1/2" H x 18 3/4" W

Tooleys Dictionary of Mapmakers , v. 1, p. 235* (as noted in Tooley, an early American based cartographer of the first importance)

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