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Map of the discovery and exploration of Australia, 1519 to 1901 by sea and land (1927)
Australia's First Map - from Nicholas Vallard's manuscript sea atlas (1547), showing Jave La Grande's east coast
1592 map of East New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and imaginary coast of Australia showing mythical beasts
The Discovery and Exploration of Australia, 1519 to 1901
1545 world map with the southern hemisphere land mass titled Australia at the top
The first Map of Australia from Nicholas Vallard's Atlas, 1547
Australia first map
World chart, which includes America and a large Terra Java (Australia)1543
Bunting's world map of 1581. The shape of Western Australia appears quite accurate, which is a mystery because the map was published 35 years before its first sighting by a European, Dirk Hartog in 1616.
Guillaume Brouscon. World chart, which includes America and a large Terra Java (Australia). HM 46. PORTOLAN ATLAS and NAUTICAL ALMANAC. France, 1543.A
Guillaume Brouscon. World chart, which includes America and a large Terra Java (Australia). HM 46. PORTOLAN ATLAS and NAUTICAL ALMANAC. France, 1543.C
Guillaume Brouscon. World chart, which includes America and a large Terra Java (Australia). HM 46. PORTOLAN ATLAS and NAUTICAL ALMANAC. France, 1543.B
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