12 - 13 December 2007,
Price realised GBP 1,875
GBP 400 - GBP 600
A Chart of the Islands Corfu, Pachsu and Antipachsu, London circa 1750.
17¾ x 22¼ in. (45.5 x 56.5cm)
Together with an Engraved sea chart by John Gascoyne, and two other framed items, including an 1862 photograph of Corfu from the island of Vido; and Plan of Pulo Collao calle’d by Europeans Campello. Situated 6 leagues East of Faiso River, on the coast of Cochin-China. Original map in pen-and-ink and watercolour wash on paper, showing the island and a coastal profile, by Henry William Parish; and A Correct Chart of the Mediterranean Sea from the Coast of Portugal to the Levant by Willam Mount and Thomas Page (6)
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