16 ¼ x 10 ¼ inches, Two maps on a single sheet; fine condition.
Separately published. These are among the earliest separate maps of the respective islands. This single sheet with the two maps appeared in a very rare, assembled-to-order, Italian atlas; such atlases are known under the generic name of La Freri, after the Roman publisher and bookseller, who compiled many of them. Maps of from the La Freri atlases were generally the most accomplished maps available worldwide prior to the Dutch period; many of them, in fact, served as models for the later Dutch maps. Both maps here are also superb examples of the restrained elegance that characterized the visual style of La Freri maps at their best.
* Not in Cueto, Cuba In Old Maps Exhibition Catalogue but listed among maps known to Cueto—no. 405, p. 46; Tooley in Imago Mundi III, maps 90 & 84, p. 21 & 22.