Chatelain Map of Africa 1718 Atlas Historique Engraving
Information: Henri Abraham Chatelain's. The work was published by the author in Amsterdam between 1718 and 1720. The text was combiled by Gueudeville & Garillon. The maps were completed by Chatelain some influenced by Guillaume de l'Isle's work. The work was published in several editions, and the second edition was the first to include additional maps not found in the first including a map of the world, Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Was a highly ambitious and groundbreaking work covering genealogy, cosmography, topography, heraldry, and chronology. It was intended for the general public and the increased fascination with the recently conquered colonies and the new discoveries. Chatelain's maps are an outstanding example of the golden age of French mapmaking. Guarantee: This print is an original antique print and not a modern reproduction.
I guarantee this print to be authentic. Due to its age, some imperfections can be expected.
Please view the detailed photo(s) below carefully. If other arrangements need to be made, please contact me. Special Features: N ice antique map in very good to excellent condition. Original Descriptive Text: When Available.
The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. There may be some faint offset or minor imperfections to be expected with age.
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- Age: Pre-1800
- Primary Material: Paper
- Map View: Eastern Hemisphere
- Cartographer/Publisher: Henri Abraham Chatelain
- Printing Technique: Engraving
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Maker: Henri Abraham Chatelain
- Country/Region of Origin: France
- Format: Folding Map
- Type: World Atlas
- Year: 1718
- Date Range: 1700-1799