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Maps and prints belonging to Mary Kerr now with 25% off.

Old historical maps and prints of Barbados for sale.  All are originals.  I do not sell reproductions.

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

Post and packing is extra.  After placing an order you will be advised what the total charge is by e mail.

 

There is a fine listing of Barbados maps up to 1873 which was written by Tony Campbell and published by the Map Collectors's circle in 1965.  This listing has since been revised by Alan Moss in the Barbados Historical Society Journal.


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BELLIN J.N. Carte de L
BELLIN J.N. Carte de L'Isle de la Barbade - Pour servir a l'Histoire Generale des Voyages

Paris (1780)
Engraved map showing towns and forts. Clean condition. 6 x 8"
Tooley 34
£40.00


EHRET A Prospect of Hackelton
EHRET A Prospect of Hackelton's Cliff.

From Hughes' Natural History of Barbados (1750)
Fine engraved view. 11 x 7" Stain at left. Wide margins.
£80.00


SPEED John Barbados and Jamaica.
SPEED John Barbados and Jamaica.

London (1676)
Engraved map with attractive title cartouche and compass rose. Very fresh and fine with only two insignificant spots at top. 20 x 16"
£525.00


EDWARDS Bryan Map of the Island of Barbadoes; - for the History of the West Indies by Bryan Edwards Esq.
EDWARDS Bryan Map of the Island of Barbadoes; - for the History of the West Indies by Bryan Edwards Esq.

J. Stockdale (1794)
Engraved map showing division of parishes and names of plantations and sugar works. Margin trimmed at base with slight loss. 7.5 x 9"
Tooley 44
£40.00


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 19.5"
£250.00


COLERIDGE Codrington College. - Barbados.  After a Drawing by the Bishop of Barbados
COLERIDGE Codrington College. - Barbados. After a Drawing by the Bishop of Barbados

Printed by C. Hullmandel (1830 (Circa))
Lithograph on india paper. Fine condition. 13 x 9"
£375.00


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