EARLY MEXICAN MAP AS IT WAS IN 1521: From the original 1998 Early American History Auctions catalog: ''Mexico, 10 3/4'' x 15'', very fine. Titled ''Anahuac o Imperio Mexicano'', this map shows Mexico as it was in 1521, before it was actually Mexico and before the conquest by Hernando Cortes. The names are nearly all in indigenous dialect, charted at an unknown later date. A large attractive vignette at lower left shows the famous Mexican symbol of an eagle with a snake in its beak, atop a cactus plant.'' Framed in wood frame 17'' x 21''.
CONDITION: Foxing, not examined out of frame.