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Maps and prints of St Lucia for sale.  All are originals.  I do not sell reproductions.

A detailed listing of the early maps of St Lucia has been published.  'The printed maps of St Kitts, St Lucia and St Vincent' was published by the Map Collectors' Circle in 1972.

Images have been cropped close to the frame of the map to keep file sizes reasonably small.  Actual margins will be greater unless noted in the description

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ANON H.M.S. Calcutta arriving at St Lucia
ANON H.M.S. Calcutta arriving at St Lucia
ANON H.M.S. Calcutta arriving at St Lucia

Postcard size photograph with the Victoria hospital in the foreground. Also a second photo of the ship in dock elsewhere. (2)
£8.00


BOWEN Thomas Plan of St Lucia, - in the West Indies. Shewing the positions of the English and French Forces with the attacks made at its reduction in Decr. 1778.
BOWEN Thomas Plan of St Lucia, - in the West Indies. Shewing the positions of the English and French Forces with the attacks made at its reduction in Decr. 1778.

Gentlemens Magazine, London (1779)
Fine engraved map with hand coloured outline. 10 x 8"
£70.00


ANON St Lucia. The Helen of the West Indies.
ANON St Lucia. The Helen of the West Indies.

Annau Robinson Color Productions, U.S.A. (1970 (circa))
Folding colour tourist brochure. 16 x 9"
£6.00


BELLIN  (Sr) Carte de L
BELLIN (Sr) Carte de L'Isle de Sainte Lucie.

Paris (1763)
Large hand coloured engraved map with three inset plans. Very small tear at top along centre fold otherwise fine. 34 x 22"
(Tooley 9)
£600.00


BELLIN  (Sr) Carte de L
BELLIN (Sr) Carte de L'Isle de Sainte Lucie.

Paris (1763)
Large engraved map with three inset plans. Fine. 88 x 56.5cm
(Tooley 9)
£525.00


ADMIRALTY CHARTS West Coast of the island of St Lucia. Marigot Harbr. to Pointe du Cap. - Surveyed by J. Parsons, Master, R.N. Assisted by J.P. Dillon & W.B. Calver, Masters, R.N. 1863.
ADMIRALTY CHARTS West Coast of the island of St Lucia. Marigot Harbr. to Pointe du Cap. - Surveyed by J. Parsons, Master, R.N. Assisted by J.P. Dillon & W.B. Calver, Masters, R.N. 1863.

London (1889)
Large engraved chart on linen showing northern part of the island. Perspective view of Port Castries at left. 26 x 33"
Much fascinating detail including Sugar Tramway from Grand Cul De Sac Bay and a railway from Roseau Bay to Perou Estate.
£195.00


Related items available in Philatelic Books
1978 (22 Mar) W.W. Forsyth coll. of British West Indies Harmers 28pp + 12 plates Good sections of Barbados, Dominica, St Kitts, St Lucia and Trinidad & Tobago
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ANON St Lucia buildings Two real photo postcards, circa 1920, marked in pencil as from St Lucia. Not guaranteed by me!
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1916 forged ST LUCIA CASTRIES 22 NO 16 cds on St Lucia postcard with view of Soufriere Town, used to France.
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Related items available in West Indies Books
CAMPBELL John Candid and Impartial Considerations on the Nature of the Sugar Trade; The Comparative Importance of the British and French Islands in the West-Indies: with The Value and Consequence of St. Lucia and Granada, truly stated. London: Printed for R. Baldwin in Pater-noster Row. 1763 228pp + 3 hand coloured folding maps. 1st ed., minor tears to two of the maps without loss, later end papers otherwise fine in old full calf binding with recent spine. This work is a classic in the field of colonial and Caribbean literature, embodying as it does one of the clearest statements of eighteenth century philosophy regarding the relations which should exist between a metropole and its outlying possessions. (Ragatz) Written just after Britain had acquired Grenada and St Lucia from France following the Peace of Paris.
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