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ANON Furness Bermuda Line West Indies Service. - 21 Day Cruises.
ANON Furness Bermuda Line West Indies Service. - 21 Day Cruises.

(1930 (circa))
23pp advertising brochure with photo views of the islands.
£9.00


ANON Merchants & Miners Line. Proposed Steamship Service between Nassau and Miami.
ANON Merchants & Miners Line. Proposed Steamship Service between Nassau and Miami.

(1941)
Folded brochure giving details of sailings of S.S. Berkshire.
£5.00


1937 Cunard White Star R.M.S. Queen Mary  souvenir card
1937 Cunard White Star R.M.S. Queen Mary souvenir card

with printed abstract of ship's log on reverse. 6.5 x 4"
£6.00


PRIOR Melton Coaling a Steamer at Kingston, Jamaica. - Sketch by our special artist, Mr Melton Prior.
PRIOR Melton Coaling a Steamer at Kingston, Jamaica. - Sketch by our special artist, Mr Melton Prior.

I.L.N. (1888)
Fine woodcut engraving of R.M.S.P. Don at dock. 13 x 10"
£16.00


ADMIRALTY CHART Antilles - Plans of Ports.
ADMIRALTY CHART Antilles - Plans of Ports.

Hydrographic Office (1886)
Chart comprising five port plans of Crocus Bay, Anguilla; Grande Bay, Marigot Bay and Oyster Pond, all on St Martin; and Gustave (Gustavia) harbour on St Barthelemy (St Bartholomew). Also contains small view of Philipsburg, St Martin. Clean with full margins. 18 x 24"
One of the very few maps to show any detail of these 3 islands.
£650.00


1824 The Wreck of an English Brig on the northern coast of  (?)
1824 The Wreck of an English Brig on the northern coast of (?)

Small pencil sketch on card. 4.5 x 3"
From the same series as others of Jamaica drawn in 1824. Believed to have been done by an English officer.
£60.00


ACKERMANN Tom Raw at the Cape of Good Hope.
ACKERMANN Tom Raw at the Cape of Good Hope.

London: R. Ackermann (1828)
Hand coloured engraving with good margins. Fine. 8 x 5"
From 'Tom Raw, the griffin: A burlesque poem, in twelve cantos. By a civilian and an officer of the Bengal Establishment.' A satire about the misadventures of a bumpkin set loose in Calcutta. The poem was published anonymously but is generally attributed to Sir Charles D’Oyly, who served in the East India Company.
£25.00


MIGEON J. Ile St Martin - Ile St Barthelemy.
MIGEON J. Ile St Martin - Ile St Barthelemy.

Paris (1895 (circa))
Coloured engraved map with inset vignette view of cutting sugar cane. Fine. 10 x 9"
Unusual map, showing the islands of Anguilla and St Barthelemy in some detail.
£100.00


OGILBY and MONTANUS De Stadt St Martin
OGILBY and MONTANUS De Stadt St Martin

Amsterdam (?) (1670 (circa))
Copper engraving with slightly fanciful view of the island from the sea. Very good condition. 36 x 27 cms
£200.00


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