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Lot 0044
Tabula Americae Specialis Geographica Regni Peru, Brasiliae, Terrae Firmae

A magnificent , annotated map of northern South America, from the Equator up, by one of the leading German cartographic firms of the mid-18th century. The continent is surmounted by a flamboyant allegorical title cartouche.
Cartographer: Homann Heirs
Place & Date: Nurnberg / 1762
Size: 22" x 19"
Condition: wash color; light overall age toning and a light cartouche impression, otherwise a beautifully colored and preserved exemplar

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    Homann Heirs: Northern South America, 1762

    Estimate $220 - $250Mar 7, 2018
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    Auction Curated By:
    Steve Kovacs
    Maps Expert
    101 Avenue of the Americas
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    New York, NY 10013
    United States
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