A beautiful reprint map of Brazil, 1851.
Illustrated around the margins, with beautiful vignettes of animals, structures, and people.
The fine craftsmanship of the map can be seen in the colour illustrations in the four corners showing “Boats on the Rio Negro” (upper left), “St.Catarina” (upper right), “Monte Video” and “Cape St.Antonio, Bahia” (lower left), and “Rio de Janeiro” (lower right).
The map was drawn and engraved by John Rapkin. Published in the famous “Tallis’s Illustrated Atlas and Modern History of the World, Geographical, Political, Commercial and Statistical”.
Tallis maps were known for their accurate designs and numerous place names and geographical details, as well as for the use of shaded areas to indicate topographical features.
CARTOGRAPHER: J & F TALLIS / J. RAPKIN
We specialise in the reprint of unique Old Maps & Vintage Illustrations from the 17th to 19th centuries. Our products are mounted on linen by hand, a technique that has been used in cartography for many years. Maps are folded and fitted into a special marbled slipcase.