LOT 275 Est R500 to R1500 – After De La Rochette, Louis Stansilas d’ Arcy (French 1731-1802) The Dutch Colony of the Cape of Good Hope. Engraved by W. Faden.

Winning Bid: R1,450.00

Item condition: Used

SKU: 275 Category:


Uncoloured late 18th century map, the map depicts an area from Klipping Eyland to Caap Falso with the Drakenstein Mountains as the Eastern Boundary of the Cape. Constantia, Stellenbosch, native kraals, fountains and river crossings are included, in addition to the sites of the farms and settlements of approximately twenty-one settlers – Johannes Botma, Dirk Coetzee, Pieter van de Byl, Jacob van de Heyden, Pieter Robberson, Louis le Grand, Pretorius, Hr Blesius, Abraham Villiers, Jacobus van de As, Van der Byl, Appel, Brakel, Van der Stert, Jacob Vogel, Francois du Toit, Jonker Frans, van de Stel, Heinrik Hatting, Catarina Cloeten, further inscribed Published by W. Faden, successor to the late T. Jefferys, Geogr. To the King, Charing Cross, March 20th, 1782. (50 x 33cm) (Condition report: Foxing, fading, minor tears, age wearing & creases evident) Literature: Tooley, R.V. p.40, pl.30 illustrates the map, Reference: https://www.geographicus.com/P/AntiqueMap/capeofgoodhope-delarochette-1789. Note: This map is being sold for the benefit of Die AHMP Oudleerlingbond

Auction History

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Highest bidder was: MAdamson

Date Bid User Auto
2021-12-15 21:03R1,450.00MAdamson
2021-12-15 20:59R1,400.00Olive Urban
2021-12-15 19:35R1,350.00MAdamson
2021-12-15 19:20R1,300.00Olive Urban
2021-12-15 19:15R1,250.00MAdamson
2021-12-15 19:15R1,200.00Olive Urban
2021-12-15 19:06R1,150.00MAdamson
2021-12-15 18:25R1,100.00Olive Urban
2021-12-15 18:21R1,050.00MAdamson
2021-12-15 15:21R1,000.00Olive Urban
2021-12-15 13:58R950.00MAdamson
2021-12-14 00:33R900.00Olive Urban
2021-12-13 22:08R850.00MAdamson
2021-12-11 08:56R800.00Olive Urban
2021-12-11 07:38R750.00MAdamson
2021-12-07 12:55R700.00Olive Urban
2021-12-05 10:39R650.00juliansones2
2021-12-05 06:37R600.00f.oppenheimer
2021-12-04 20:00Auction started