Old coloured antique maps of Southeast Asia and India by John Speed. Published in Prospect of the most famous parts of the world, the first World Atlas published by an Englishman. The English text on verso provides a 17th Century description of Southeast Asia. Engraved by Francis Lamp.
From the last edition of John Speed's Prospect of the most famous parts of the world published by Bassett and Chiswell long after Speed's death. Since this Southeast Asia map only appears in the last edition of 1676, it is considered as rare.
|Title||A new map of East India|
|Publisher, Year||T. Bassett and R. Chiswell, London, 1676|
|Plate Size||38.1 x 50.0 cm (15.0 x 19.7 inches)|
|Sheet Size||43.8 x 55.0 cm (17.2 x 21.7 inches)|
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