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

A detailed listing of the early maps of Jamaica has been published.  'The printed maps of Jamaica up to 1825' by Capt. Kit S. Kapp was published by the Map Collectors' Circle in 1968.

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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BROWNE P. Bowles
BROWNE P. Bowles's New Pocket Map of Jamaica - Divided into its Parishes, &c from actual surveys made by Mr Sheffield and others

Printed for the Proprietor Carrington Bowles at No 69 in St Pauls Church Yard, London (1771)
Hand coloured engraved map with inset of, 'A general Plan of Port Royal.' Very fine condition. 22 x 19.5in
A highly detailed map showing towns, churches, forts, sugar works, Gentlemens Seats, Taverns, Roads and barracks, etc. Unrecorded by Kapp.
£600.00


BROWNE P. A New Map of Jamaica - ...from actual surveys made by Mr Sheffield and others
BROWNE P. A New Map of Jamaica - ...from actual surveys made by Mr Sheffield and others

Printed for Carrington Bowles at No 69 in St Pauls Church Yard, London (1771)
Hand coloured engraved map with inset of, 'A general Plan of Port Royal.' Very fine condition. 22 x 19.5in
A highly detailed map showing towns, churches, forts, sugar works, Gentlemens Seats, Taverns, Roads and barracks, etc. Unrecorded by Kapp.
£600.00


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