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MANN Paul D. Loading Sugar Canes in Jamaica
MANN Paul D. Loading Sugar Canes in Jamaica

(1930 (circa))
English schools educational poster 19 x 15." Small hole in margin only at top right.
One of a series on the British Empire.
£90.00


ANON The Boiling House. Small mill for raising water. Cane Mill
ANON The Boiling House. Small mill for raising water. Cane Mill

(1859 (circa))
Original water colour of Barbados sugar mill with ox card in foreground. Title on reverse in pencil. 9.5 x 7 inches
£350.00


LIGGINS Henry Lyon
LIGGINS Henry Lyon
LIGGINS Henry Lyon's Mill, Antigua

(1861)
Original watercolour of the windmill badly damaged by a hurricane. 7.5 x 9" Fine.
Also one page manuscript description of how the windmill was damaged.
£360.00


DE BRY Nigritae exhavstis venis metallicis consiciendo saccharo operam dare debent.
DE BRY Nigritae exhavstis venis metallicis consiciendo saccharo operam dare debent.

Grand Voyages (1595)
Engraving showing local indians making sugar in America. Fine. 9 x 12"
£75.00


1824 A view from the Admiral
1824 A view from the Admiral's Pen.

Small pencil sketch on card dated March 1824 showing a sugar estate in Jamaica. 4.5 x 3"
Believed to have been done by an English officer.
£60.00


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DUPERLY Off to Jaol, Jamaica Old Jamaica postcard, circa 1910, fine unused.
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1882 Barbados d postal stationery card (H/G2a) used in 1882 to Heywoods's Plantation, St Peter. Manuscript note offering insurance for the plantation.
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CAMPBELL John Candid and Impartial Considerations on the Nature of the Sugar Trade; The Comparative Importance of the British and French Islands in the West-Indies: with The Value and Consequence of St. Lucia and Granada, truly stated. London: Printed for R. Baldwin in Pater-noster Row. 1763 228pp + 3 hand coloured folding maps. 1st ed., minor tears to two of the maps without loss, later end papers otherwise fine in old full calf binding with recent spine. This work is a classic in the field of colonial and Caribbean literature, embodying as it does one of the clearest statements of eighteenth century philosophy regarding the relations which should exist between a metropole and its outlying possessions. (Ragatz) Written just after Britain had acquired Grenada and St Lucia from France following the Peace of Paris.
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