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About this Item: London, Printed for the Proprietor Carington Bowles, MDCCLXXXIII. (1783)., 1783. Sixth Edition; 8vo; pp. 200; 82 b/w illustrations, index; modern sheeps leather binding, new endpapers, title in gilt on spine, good copy. Seller Inventory # 62702

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About this Item: Labat. c.1750, 1750. Size: 415 x 285 mm. There is is restoration work on the reverse of the map horizontally about 2 inches up from the lower edge. The Left margin has a little damage along this line. Otherwise this does not effect the image. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Main map has 2 insets: Location of Fort St Joseph; Plan of Fort St Joseph (slave booths marked). 2 additional inset maps: Map of ye entrance of the Sanaga or Senegal; Island of Sanaga, Senegal or St Louis. Seller Inventory # 55861

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A New Survey of the Coast of: Laurie, Rob ;

About this Item: Rob Laurie and J A Whittle, 1797. No Binding. Condition: Very Good. Coast of Africa. uncoloured. original copper plate engravings. approx 730 x 1000mm. minor creasing. few tiny holes. age related markings. this map is in excellent condition for it's age. would look great coloured and framed. lovely cartouche in right corner. Seller Inventory # 61ch

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About this Item: London, T. Bowles, 1727. Small 8vo. Contemp. full calf, raised bands, blindtooled covers (Cambridge-binding). Wear to spine ends and spine. Hinges weakening, but still holding. Titlepage in red/black. (2),195,(6) pp. and 80 full page engraved illustrations. Some soiling and browning, mainly marginal, last 10 engravings with a faint dapmstain. The charming plates are engraved by Leclerc. Scarce English edition (the third) of Leclerc's charming and very popular treatise on elementary, practical geometry and perspective.Sebastien Leclerc (1637-1714) was originally an engraver who studied physics and geometry in relation to perspective theory, a field of which he became famous. In 1672 he was appointed to "l'Academie de Peinture" as professor in perspective. He was also engraver to Louis XIV and was appointed professor at "l'Ecole des Gobelins". Seller Inventory # 45242

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