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Antique rare maps of Uruguay





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1817 - Chart of the River La Plata, from Monte Video to Buenos Ayres. Surveyed by John Warner, Master of H.M.S. Nereus, Peter Heywood Esqr. Captain. Shewing the Tracks of that Ship in the Years, 1810-11-12-13 & 14.

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Extremely rare British chart of the entrance to the Río de la Plata, published by William Faden in London in 1817, based on surveys made by John Warner in 1810-1814. The chart covers from Sierra de Buena Vista mountain at the far northeast, to Buenos...


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1646 - Carta Particolare dell'Rio della Plata che Comincia con la Costa in Gradi 31 di Latine. Australe, e Finisce con il Capo S: Andrea . . .

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The earliest obtainable Sea Chart of the Mouth of the Rio de la Plata (River Plate). Fine example of the first state of Robert Dudley's chart of the mouth of the Rio de la Plata, extending north to Uruguay, the earliest obtainable chart of the...


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1663 - Paraguay Verdeelt in zyn voornaamste deelen Volgens de laatste reisbeschryvinge . . .

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Antique Map of the Rio de La Plata Basin Early Dutch edition of this detailed early map of the Rio de la Plata Region, showing Buenos Aires, the source of the Rio de la Plata and Paraguay Rivers and extending west to Chile and Peru. Many major cities...


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1745 - Carte du Paraguay du Chili du Detroit De Magellan &c. . . .

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Nice example of Philippe Buache's edition of De L'Isle's map of the southern part of South America. The map shows the routes of a number of 17th century explorers in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, as well as a marvelous and highly annotated...


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1833 - Plan du Port et de la Rade de Montevideo, dans Le Rio de la Plata, Leve en 1831, Par Mr. Lebourguignon Duperre, Ingenieur-Hydrographe, Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur . . . 1833

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Important Early Sea Chart of the Area around Montevideo, First Surveyed Shortly After Uruguayan Independence Fine, early sea chart of the area around Montevideo, as surveyed by Cyprien Gabriel Le Bourguignon-Duperré the year after the establishment...


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1842 - The Provinces of La Plata, The Banda Oriental Del Uruguay and Chile, Chiefly from M.S. documents communicated by Sir Woodbine Parish, K.C.H. Late H.M. Charge' d'Affairs &c at Buenos Ayres . . .

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Shows Darwin's expeditions during the second voyage of the Beagle. A highly detailed map of Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay, with an inset of Patagonia, published by John Arrowsmith, London's leading mid-19th century map maker. The map is...


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1853 - Carta Esferica de la Confederacion Argentina y de las Republicas del Uruguay y del Paraguay que comprende los Reconocimientos practicados por las Primeros y Segundas Subdivisions Españolas y Portuguesas del mando de los Señores Don Jose Varlea y Ulloa (Co

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A Colonial Rarity Created By Spain's Most Important Boundary Commissioner and Surveyor -- Crucial to Early Argentinian History The earliest surviving example of Don Jose Maria Cabrer's finely executed map of the Argentine Confederation and the...


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1671 - Paraquaria Vulgo Paraguay Cum adjacentibus

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Nice full color example of this regional map, extending from the mouth of the Rio De La Plata to San Sebastian and Marambaya in Brazil, and centered on the course of the Rio De La Plata. Embellished with 2 decorative cartouches and sailing ships.


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1870 - Laurie's General Chart of the Coasts of Brasil, &c. From The River Para to Buenos-Ayres; With Particular Plans of the Harbours. Constructed chiefly From the surveys of the Baron Roussin and Captain Wm. Hewett, Adjusted by the later observations of Capta

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Fine large format sea chart of the coast of Brazil and Paraguay, published by Richard Laurie in London. The map includes inset plans of a number of Brazilian and other harbors, including: Rio de Janeiro Bahia San Salvador Montevideo Rio Grande...


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1846 - Plano Topografico de la ciudad y cercanias de Montevideo. En el que se demuestra las posiciones de las fuerzas de la plaza y las del ejercito sitiatdor. Levantado por el Agrimensor D. Pedro Pico. 1846

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Rare early plan of Montevideo, in the midst of the Great Siege of Montevideo between 1843 and 1851, during the Uruguayan Civil War. The map illustrates in Red and Blue the lines of the enemy (red) and defensive forces (blue) protecting the city in...