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Map of four counties in upper New York State.
Asher & Adams.

New York, 1870-1. Four New York State counties between Lake Champlain with the St Lawrence River, the border with Canada
ASHE0001
£75.00

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New York with boats and costumes
B.F. Leizelt.

Augsburg: Probst? c.1760. A ve d'optique of the Port of New York, with a short description in German and French. Of interest are the boats and costumes of the figures. Designed to be used in an optical viewer called a zograscope, the image is reversed, as is the title above the view. The naive colour is standard with this genre of print.
LEIZ0002
£325.00

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The Western Seaboard after the Treaty of Oregon
G.H. Swanston.

London & Edinburgh: A. Fullarton & Co., c.1850. A map of the Pacific coast of the United States, published just after two important treaties: the Treaty of Oregon that decided the 49th Parallel as the border between the US and Canada, 1846; and the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo that fixed the US-Mexico border, 1848, in which Mexico ceded California and New Mexico and recognized the Rio Grande as the southern and western boundary of Texas. Both are marked on the map. There is also a note 'The Navigation of the Oregon River is free to all British Subjects'.
SWAN0001
£98.00

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A View of Fort Vancouver
GustavusSohon.

New York: Sarony, Major & Knapp, 1854. View of the Hudson's Bay Company's former base in Oregon, less than a decade after the Oregon Treaty fixed the border with Canada at the 49th Parallel. Published in the U.S. Pacific Railroad Survey.
SOHO0001
£125.00

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Map of Pennsylvania
Carey & Lea.

Philadelphia, 1822 or London, 1823. From the 'Complete Historical, Chronological and Geographical American Atlas'.
CARE0005
£480.00

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Pennsylvania
Joseph Meyer.

Hildburghausen, 1845. Map of New Hampshire & Vermont fom Meyer's 'Handatlas'.
MEYE0013
£98.00

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Philadelphia
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.

London: SDUK, 1840. Detailed plan of Philadelphia, with two vignette views.
SDUK0032
£100.00

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Southern California, western Mexico & Texas
Didier Robert de Vaugondy.

Paris, 1749. Map of Southern California, western Mexico & Texas, published in the 'Atlas Portatif'.
ROBE0005
£225.00

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Map of Mexico with California, Texas & Louisiana
Rigobert Bonne.

Paris: 1788. Northern Mexico, showing Santa F, San Antonio & New Orleans.
BONN0027
£150.00

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Map of pre-Texas,California and New Mexico
John Cary.

London, c.1815+ A detailed map, in particularly fine colour. Extends to Taos and Sante Fe with Indian tribes named and pre Texas with many Spanish towns named.
CARY0015
£175.00

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Map of Utah & Nevada
William M. Bradley.

Philadelphia: Bradley, 1887.
BRAD0003
£98.00

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Early miniature map of Virginia
Petrus Bertius.

Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius, 1616. Showing north to Newfoundland, from Bertius' 'Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum'. One of the very earliest maps of the Eastern seaboard.
BERT0027
£590.00

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Miniature Portrait of Natives of Virginia
Alain Manesson Mallet.

Frankfurt, c.1686. The dress of natives of Virginia, from a German edition of Mallet's 'Description de l'Univers'.
MALL0047
£75.00

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Map of Virginia to Philadelphia
Jacques Nicolas Bellin.

Paris, c.1755. Colonial map from Philadelphia south to Cape Henry that covers most of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware with some Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Mountains and rivers shown. An early network of trails and wagon roads stretches as far west as Winchester and north to Philadelphia. A delicate rococo-style title cartouche adorns the map.
BELL0084
£250.00

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Map of Virginia and Maryland
Jacques Nicolas Bellin.

Paris, 1757. Colonial map from Philadelphia south to Cape Henry that covers most of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware with some Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Mountains and rivers shown. An early network of trails and wagon roads stretches as far west as Winchester and north to Philadelphia. A delicate rococo-style title cartouche adorns the map.
BELL0085
£250.00

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Virginia and Maryland map
C. Bertholon

Paris, 1795. Published in the 'Atlas Moderne Portatif'.
BERT1001
£175.00

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View of Milwaukee, Wisconsin
A.C. Warren.

New York, D.Appleton & Co., 1872.
WARR0002
£50.00

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