America Meridionale (3 map segments) / Vincenzo Coronelli

[America Meridionale] : [central segment]
[America Meridionale] : [central segment]
Printed map. One of 3 segments, possibly globe gores, which together cover the continent of South America from the Equator south to approximately 44°S. The map segment is 47 cm in length, 28 cm wide at the north end and 18 cm wide at the south end. Assembled globe diameter would be approximately 340 cm. Prime meridian is Ferro. Includes illustrations. Described in Dahl and Gauvin's Sphæræ Mundi, "Vincenzo Maria Coronelli's Terrestrial Globe, 1688", p. 131-134. Acquired as part of the Banks Collection.
[America Meridionale] : [eastern segment]
[America Meridionale] : [eastern segment]
Printed map. One of 3 segments, possibly globe gores, which together cover the continent of South America from the Equator south to approximately 44°S. The map segment is 47 cm in length, 28 cm wide at the north end and 18 cm wide at the south end. Assembled globe diameter would be approximately 340 cm. Prime meridian is Ferro. Includes text and illustrations, with one particularly elaborate illustration with text along the southern edge. Described in Dahl and Gauvin's Sphæræ Mundi, "Vincenzo Maria Coronelli's Terrestrial Globe, 1688", p. 131-134. Acquired as part of the Banks Collection.
[America Meridionale] : [western segment]
[America Meridionale] : [western segment]
Printed map. One of 3 segments, possibly globe gores, which together cover the continent of South America from the Equator south to approximately 44°S. The map segment is 47 cm in length, 28 cm wide at the north end and 18 cm wide at the south end. Assembled globe diameter would be approximately 340 cm. Prime meridian is Ferro. Includes text and illustration. Described in Dahl and Gauvin's Sphæræ Mundi, "Vincenzo Maria Coronelli's Terrestrial Globe, 1688", p. 131-134. Acquired as part of the Banks Collection.