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(AUCTIONS) 1 A Map of the most Inhabited part of New England

Title: A Map of the most Inhabited part of New England containing the Provinces of Massachusets [sic] Bay and New Hampshire, with the Colonies of Conecticut [sic] and Rhode Island,
Author: Rouge, G.L. le. / Jefferys-Green
PlaceAndYear: Paris, Chez Le Rouge rue des Grands Augustins. 1777
Description: A Map of the most Inhabited part of New England containing the Provinces of Massachusets [sic] Bay and New Hampshire, with the Colonies of Conecticut [sic] and Rhode Island, Rouge, G.L. le. / Jefferys-Green
Published in: A derivation of the original Douglass map ' Plan of the British Domini




Chez Le Rouge rue des Grands Augustins. 1777. A copper engraving in four sheets, 95.8cm x 101.5cm., published in Georges Louis Le Rouge, Atlas Ameriquain Septentrional Contenant les details des differentes provinces, de ce vaste continent, traduit des cartes levées par ordre du Gouvernement Britannique (Paris, [1777]), folios 11-12.
This is a very close copy of the second edition, second issue of the Jefferys-Green map, even down to the spelling, in the statement of sources, of Connecticut with 'k's (but translated into French). The title cartouche is also a straight copy, but the image was reversed in the process. Both insets are included.The title cartouche shows the reception of the Pilgrim fathers by the Indians, Plymouth 1620. A very desirable map
Dimensions: 39.8 x 38.2 inches,101.1 x 97.0 cm.
Reference: Reference: Benes (1981, no.13); Sellers & Van Ee (1981, no.802).
Colouring: Original o/line colouring
Condition: Strong impression, apart from a small restored tear in center fold (as usable), in mint condition.
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