A New and Accurate Map of the Western Part of Barbary... & A New and Accurate Map of...

Emanuel Bowen (*1693 - 1767)
Antique map of Northern Africa. Printed in London by E. Bowen in 1747.

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Description

Bowen's map of North-Africa separated into a western and eastern part printed from one plate. From 'A Complete System of Geography'. Showing Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Egypt, parts of Spain and Portugal and the Mediterranean Island of Majorca, Sardinia, Sicily, Crete and Cyprus. Decorated with compass roses and two nice title cartouches.

Details

CartographerEmanuel Bowen
TitleA New and Accurate Map of the Western Part of Barbary... & A New and Accurate Map of the Eastern Part of Barbary...
Publisher, YearE. Bowen, London, 1747
Plate Size34.3 x 42.2 cm (13.5 x 16.6 inches)
Sheet Size42.5 x 48.5 cm (16.7 x 19.1 inches)

Condition

Small tear backed. A very good copy.

Cartographer

Emanuel Bowen was a printer, publisher and map engraver in London during the mid-eighteenth century. From 1714 onwards he worked in London and began to produce some of the finest and most attractive maps of the century.

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Emanuel Bowen: A New and Accurate Map of the Western Part of Barbary... & A New and Accurate Map of the Eastern Part of Barbary....
Antique map of Northern Africa. Printed in London by E. Bowen in 1747.

Africa - Bowen, Emanuel - A New and Accurate Map of the Western Part...

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