[Southwest; Southeast] Homann, Regni Mexicanae... Nuremberg, circa 1730. 18½ x 22½. Original body color. Faint brown stain lower left, else VG. From New England and the Great Lakes to Mexico and Central America. The geography is after De L'Isle. The cartouches and vignettes are uncolored as issued and depict Europeans trading with Indians, mining operations, and a pitched sea battle off the west coast of Mexico. While nationalities of the ships pictured is undeterminable, attacks on Spain's treasure fleets, especially from Manila to Acapulco and from Havana to Spain, were legendary. The routes of Spanish galleons are clearly marked. Cumming, Southeast #137; Sellers & Van Ee 82 (later editions). Sold
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