|Artist||Neele, Samuel John|
|Published||[London, c. 1790]|
|Dimensions||187 x 225 mm|
A map showing the Straits of Gibraltar between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, as well as parts of Spain, Portugal and Morocco. From John Trusler's 'The Habitable World described' which was published in twenty volumes between 1788 and 1797 and featured an array of maps and copper plate engravings.
Samuel John Neele (1758 - 1824) was a British engraver, and copperplate and lithographic printer, who operated in London. He worked alone and with George Neele as Samuel & George Neele at '352 Strand near Exeter Change', London.
John Trusler (1735 - 1820) was a British divine texts and literary compiler, who also ran a print and book shop.
Condition: Trimmed to plate mark. Repaired hole bottom centre left.