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Map of the world, 1720 Featured Maps Print

Map of the world, 1720

(Original Caption) 18th century map of the world. Published in Paris in 1720, this French map shows the known world, including the new lands that had been discovered in the preceding centuries by Europeans exploring across the Atlantic and far to the East around Africa. It divides the Earth into a western and eastern hemisphere, and uses colour to mark different areas of land. The map is by Guillaume de l'Isle (1675-1726), the leading French cartographer of the eighteenth century. He was appointed Premier Geographe du Roi to King Louis XV in 1718. This edition of his world map includes the western and northern coastlines of Australia, mapped by the Dutch. Australia's eastern coastline would not be mapped until 1770

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Old Map of Australia 1852 by Henry George Collins Featured Maps Print

Old Map of Australia 1852 by Henry George Collins

This is a finely detailed map of Australia remastered from a rare Atlas of the World published in 1852 by Henry George Collins. Although these Henry Collins produced maps of the highest quality in his time unfortunately not the same could be said in terms of his business success. His maps were later obtained by the famous Stanford Map Company and used in their publications

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Map of The British Empire by Fullarton & Co 1850 Featured Maps Print

Map of The British Empire by Fullarton & Co 1850

Fine reproduction of the attractive World Map showing the British Empire. Mapmaker John Bartholomew and publishers Fullarton were then the first to use red or pink to indicate British possessions around the world, a feature which became common to most maps for the next 100 years. In this map, which dates back to the 1850AEs states in notes at the top of the map oThe British Possessions are engraved in a bolder character and coloured Redo. The map is also framed by idealized images of friendly encounters between British colonists and indigenous inhabitants in four different parts of the Globe: Australia, North America, British Asia, East Inidican islands and the Cape Colony in Southern Africa. It is highly detailed and decorative and it appeared in FullartonAEs Royal Illustrated Atlas which was first published in 1864 after being issued in 27 parts from 1854-62. The tables shown include the size and population of the British possessions at the time of publication