Shows entire coast and interior country in detail -- some of its speculative, one or two small marginal tears, not affecting image, London April 15, 1820, Phillips & McBride. This is a large antique folding map published in England. It is not seen that often, uncommon. Area shown is often associated with West African slave trade.
Google "Mollien" for more about this explorer and his role and views on slavery. This is a final sale.
We have quite a few antique maps of Africa and especially West Africa showing areas associated with slave trade, please see our other listings. Also available other antique maps Pacific, Asia, India. We have been antiquarian book and print dealers since 1979. Please view our other items. Visit us on Maui by appointment.
The item "1820 W AFRICA MAP Mollien Senegal Gambia RIVERS antique large exploration slave" is in sale since Friday, October 5, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Africa Maps". The seller is "ppacific" and is located in Wailuku, Hawaii.
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