Antique Map of Grenada - Isle de la Granade by Bellin 1758
Delve into the fascinating Antique Map of Grenada - Isle de la Granade Bellin 1758. Explore the Isle of Spice in the Antilles archipelago, featuring mountains and historical significance. Created by renowned cartographer Jacques Nicolas Bellin, this hand-colored map is a captivating historical treasure.
Antique Map of Grenada - Isle de la Granade Bellin 1758
Title: Carte de l'Isle de la Granade.
Description: Antique map of Grenada, known as the Isle of Spice, located in the Antilles archipelago. The map features a ridge of mountains and reflects the island's historical significance as it was sighted by Christopher Columbus in 1498.
Created by Jacques Nicolas Bellin, a renowned cartographer and hydrographer of the French Navy, this original copperplate engraved map is beautifully hand-colored and includes a decorative title cartouche. Discover the captivating details of this historical treasure.
Size: Sheet app.: 25 x 18.5 cm. 9.75 x 7.25 inches. Image app.: 21.5 x 15.5 cm. 8.25 x 6 inches. This map is in nice and very good condition, preserving its historical charm.