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Below is a list of my stock of old and antiquarian maps and prints of Antigua for sale.  Please note that images show the items with margins cropped to keep file sizes small.  If the actual item has closely cropped margins this is noted in the description.

Postage and packing is extra but is usually less than £5 even for overseas orders.  You will receive an invoice from me showing the actual cost of postage before you can make payment.

There is a listing of Antigua maps covering the period from 1689-1899 written by R.V. Tooley which I sometimes have in stock.


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1936 The Antigua Magnet 2 January 1936.
1936 The Antigua Magnet 2 January 1936.

St John's Antigua
4pp newspaper. Overall browning and splitting along folds. 20 x 18"
Includes article on the decline of masquarading which was descending into vulgarity.
£20.00


1936 The Antigua Magnet 10 January 1936.
1936 The Antigua Magnet 10 January 1936.

St John's Antigua
4pp newspaper. Overall browning 20 x 18"
Includes notices for mail times for SS Lady Drake and SS Lady Hawkins.
£20.00


EDWARDS B. Map of the Island of Antigua - for the History of the West Indies
EDWARDS B. Map of the Island of Antigua - for the History of the West Indies

John Stockdale, Piccadilly (1794)
Attractive hand coloured engraved map showing division of Parishes and names of estates. 9 x 7.5"
Tooley 53
£60.00


STOBWASSER L. Vue de l
STOBWASSER L. Vue de l'Establissement des missions a St Johns dans l'Isle d' Antigoa - aux Indes occidentales.

Basle (1835)
Early aquatint with later hand colouring, ironed out creases and minor surface scratches but with good margins. 11 x 9"
One of a set of 4 acquatints of Antigua. The set was published in both colour and black and white.
£250.00


JOHNSON J. Saint John
JOHNSON J. Saint John's, Antigua, from Otto's.

London (1829)
Printed colour heightened with hand colouring. Aquatint from Johnson's An historical and descriptive account of the Island of Antigua. Fne with full margins. 17x 12"
One of the most desirable views from one of the rarest plate books on the West Indies.
£1,400.00


JOHNSON J. View of Saint John
JOHNSON J. View of Saint John's Harbour, Antigua.

London (1829)
Printed colour heightened with hand colouring. Aquatint from 'Views in the West Indies.' Fine with full margins. 17 x 12"
One of the most desirable views from one of the rarest plate books on the West Indies.
£1,400.00


JOHNSON J. View near St John
JOHNSON J. View near St John's Antigua from Gamble's.

Engraved by G. Reeve, London (1829)
Printed colour heightened with hand colouring. Aquatint from ''A Historical and Descriptive account of Antigua. Fine with full margins. 17 x 12"
An unusual view showing the housing for slaves in the foreground.
£1,400.00


JOHNSON J. View in Old North Sound, Antigua.
JOHNSON J. View in Old North Sound, Antigua.

London (1827)
Printed colour heightened with hand colouring. Aquatint from ''A Historical and Descriptive account of Antigua. Fine with full margins. 17 x 12"
One of the best views of a plantation scene.
£1,600.00


ADMIRALTY CHART Barbuda Island surveyed by Captain E. Barnett of HMS Thunder.
ADMIRALTY CHART Barbuda Island surveyed by Captain E. Barnett of HMS Thunder.

Hydrographic Office (1850)
Large chart with full margins. Minor marginal tears and minor tone spotting. 18 x 25"
As no individual maps of Barbuda exist apart from Admiralty Charts of which this is the largest.
£750.00


BELLIN (Sr) Carte Reduite de l
BELLIN (Sr) Carte Reduite de l'Isle d'Antigue - Dressee au Depost des Cartes Plans et Journaux de la Marine

Paris (1758)
Large engraved chart showing Parishes, towns and villages and windmills. Fine condition. 16½ x 23"
Tooley MCC 30
£375.00


ANTIGUA On a Country Road in Antigua. - Burros provide the chief means of locomotion for the natives of Antigua.
ANTIGUA On a Country Road in Antigua. - Burros provide the chief means of locomotion for the natives of Antigua.

The Mentor (1920 (circa))
Sepia print from magazine. 6 x 8½"
£6.00


ANTIGUA Capture of a Devil-Fish in English Harbour.
ANTIGUA Capture of a Devil-Fish in English Harbour.

(1889)
Steel engraving, 4 x 5"
£6.00


LUCAS F. Antigua
LUCAS F. Antigua

Baltimore (1823)
Detailed map of the island, in original wash colour. Shows towns. 12 x 9"
Seldom seen. From a scarce American atlas.
£160.00


JOHNSON J. Saint John
JOHNSON J. Saint John's Harbour, Antigua

London (1829)
Printed colour heightened with hand colouring. Aquatint from Johnson's An historical and descriptive account of the Island of Antigua. Faint vertical crease and crease in margin otherwise clean. 17 x 12"
One of the most desirable views from one of the rarest plate books on the West Indies.
£1,200.00


STOBWASSER L. Vue de Cedarhall dans l
STOBWASSER L. Vue de Cedarhall dans l'Isle d' Antigoa - aux Indes occidentales

Basle (1835)
Early coloured aquatint in very good condition. 27.5 x 18.5 cms.
One of a set of 4 acquatints of Antigua. The set was published in both colour and black and white. An early example of colour printing.
£475.00


MOUNT AND PAGE A large Draft of the Island of Antegua
MOUNT AND PAGE A large Draft of the Island of Antegua

English Pilot, London (1740 (circa))
Engraved chart showing estates and soundings with compass rose. Page 50 of 'The English Pilot.' Clean. 16 x 11in
Tooley 3.
£100.00


LE ROUGE (Sr) Antigue une des Antilles aux Anglois. - A Paris Ches Crepy
LE ROUGE (Sr) Antigue une des Antilles aux Anglois. - A Paris Ches Crepy

Paris (1767)
Hand coloured engraved maps of the island, a re-issue of the 1748 edition. Very fine. 11 x 8.5in (26.5 x 20.5cm)
Tooley 27.
£65.00


HOMANN HEIRS Dominia Anglorum in praecipuis Insulis Americae - ut sunt Insula S Christophori, Antego, Iamaica, Barbados nec nom Insulae Bermudos vel Sommer dictoe..
HOMANN HEIRS Dominia Anglorum in praecipuis Insulis Americae - ut sunt Insula S Christophori, Antego, Iamaica, Barbados nec nom Insulae Bermudos vel Sommer dictoe..

Unknown (1737 (circa))
Large engraved map with compartments showing detailed island maps of Antigua, Barbados, Bermuda, Jamaica and St Christopher. Text in Latin and German. Hand coloured outline. Very fine. 22 x 19.5in
£400.00


BELLIN (Sr) Carte de l
BELLIN (Sr) Carte de l'Isle d'Antigue - Situee par la latitude 17 Degres et par la Longitude de 64 Degrees a l'Occident de Paris.

Petit Atlas Maritime, Paris (1763)
Engraved chart showing plantations. 'Tome I No 85' at top right. Fine condition. 5.5 x 8in
Tooley MCC 32
£100.00


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