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Antique rare maps of Mexico


1671 - Portus Acapulco

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Attractive view of the Spanish stonghold of Acapulco, showing fortifications, outlying buildings, ships in the harbor, costumed locals, etc. Acapulco was one of the most important ports on the Pacific Coast of Mexico and major port in the Manilla...


1671 - Yucatan Conventus Iuridici Hispaniae Novae Pars Occidenalis, et Guatimala Conventus Iuridicus

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An Early Decorative Map of the Yucatan and Central America Striking full color example of Ogilby's regional map, centered on the Yucatan, Guatimala and Honduras, and extending south to Costa Rica and Panama City and North to Mexico City (and showing...


1682 - Nova delineatio srictissimæ, S. Didaci Provinciæ in Nova Hispania

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Fascinating later printing of the second state of "one of the first copper-engraved maps published in Mexico (the map that appeared in Montemayor y Cuenca's Discurso politico, historico, jurídico del derecho, (1658) is earlier (from Ken Ward, JCB)" -...


1685 - Pas-kaart Van de Golff de Guanaios Met 't Canaal Tusschen Yucatan en I. Cuba . . .

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Fine old color example of Van Keulen's sea chart of the Yucatan and Vicinity, including Cozumel, and parts of the Coast of Belize, Nicaragua, Honduras and the western part of Cuba, from De Nieuwe Groote Lichtende Zee-Fakkel . . . . A very attractive...


1690 - Nova Hispania et Nova Galicia

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Fine example of the scarce Valk & Schenk map of Mexico . Gorgeous map of Mexico extending from just north of Mazatlan to Acapulco and from Tehuacan to the Sierra Madres, showing Mexico City, Puebla (Angelorum Civitas), Colima, Campostella,...


1700 - (Veracruz and Vicinity) (Manuscript Map)

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Fine Manuscript Chart of the Waters Around Veracruz, Mexico, including the Fortress of San Juan de Ulúa Nice manuscript chart of the waters surrounding the important port of Veracruz, Mexico. This chart was found laid in loosely in a Spanish edition...


1700 - Yucatan Conventus Iuridici Hispaniae Novae Pars Occidenalis, et Guatimala Conventus Iuridicus

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Rare example of Covens & Mortier's map of the Yucatan Peninsula. First issued by Joannes Blaeu, this edition is very rare on the market. This is one of the earliest Dutch maps to focus on the region centered on the Yucatan Peninsula. Includes...


1714 - La Nouvelle Espagne

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Rare map of central and western Mexico, published by Vander Aa. Mexico City is located on the banks of a large lake, and numerous gold and silver mines are scattered across the map. This map is from a revised copper plate originally engraved by Pieter...


1715 - Novae Hispaniae, Chili, Peruviae, et Guatimalae Littorae Apud F. de Wit

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Nice example of this sea chart of the western coastlines of South and Central America, published by Louis Renard. The map covers the Pacific Coast from Xalisco, Mexico, to Puerta Bairres and Rio Cachapool in Chile, covering over two thirds of the...


1720 - La Ville de Mexique

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Engraved view of Mexico City, from an unidentified edition of Thomas Gage's voyages in New Spain, probably published circa 1720. This edition of the view has the binding note "Tom. I Pag. 50" in the upper-right corner. The city appears much as it did...


1729 - Yucatan partie de la Nouvelle Espagne et Guatimala dans L'Amerique Septentrionale . . .

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Rare early map of Central America and the Caribbean, published by Vander Aa in Amsterdam. Decorative map of the region from Mexico City to Panama City, extending to include part of Cuba, and is based on Blaeu's map of the Yucatan peninsula. Cozumel...


1730 - Plan De Guadalaira Place Forte appartenant aux Espagnols dans la Nouvelle Espagne F. A. Wattenwyl fecit. 1730 [Manuscript Plan of Guadalajara, Mexico]

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A Proposal for Vauban Style Fortifications In Guadalajara, Mexico Fine early plan of the town and proposed fortifications of Guadalajara, Mexico, drawn by Watenwyll, who appears to be a trained engineer of Swiss or Austrian descent who was familiar...


1740 - (Veracruz and Vicinity) (Manuscript Map)

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Fine Manuscript Chart of the Waters around Veracruz, Mexico Nice manuscript chart of the waters surrounding the important port of Veracruz, on Mexico's eastern coast. The simple yet aesthetically pleasing chart was meant to aid in navigation to and...


1747 - Provincia Mexicana Apud Indos Ordinis Carmelitarum Discalceatorum sub Titulo S. Alberti Erecta anno 1588

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Rare Second State of Carmelite Province of Mexico in Blue Ink This is a very rare map of the central area of Mexico, illustrating the Discalced Carmelite convents of both friars and nuns and engraved by Domenico Franceschini. This is a rare second...


1750 - [Manuscript Map, Michoacan, Mexico]

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18th Century Mexican Manuscript Map Describing A Dispute Over Water and Land Ownership Rights This manuscript describes the location of a disputed dam or weir near the stream of Chichipican de San Juan, which may be near Tzintzuntzan in Michoacán...