Edward Mogg: "The Stranger's Guide To London and Westminster...to Which is Added, The New Hackney Coach Fares" London, Published Jan. 1st, 1811 by Edward Mogg, No. 14 Little Newport Street, Leicester Square. Map is toned overall with some staining, 'Good' overall condition. Comes housed in a protective case, with significant wear. Map measures 16 5/8" x 23 3/8." Case is 6 1/4" x 4 1/2."
Topographical Map of the Road From Missouri to Oregon Commencing at the Mouth of the Kansas in the Missouri River and Ending at the Mouth of the Wallah-Wallah in the Columbia in VII Sections from the Field Notes and Journal of Capt. J.C. Fremont and from Sketches and Notes Made on the Ground by His Assistant Charles Preuss, Compiled by Charles Preuss, 1846 by the Order of the Senate of the United States. Lithographed by E. Weber & Co...
Jodocus Hondius: "Virginiae Item et Floridae Americae Provinciarum, Nova Descriptio" Hand-colored copper engraving from 1633, French Version. 17" x 21 5/8"
Jan Jansson: "Virginiae Partis Australis et Floridae Partis Orientalis interjacentiumqus regionum nova descriptio" 1639 Amsterdam Hand-colored copper plate engraving. Old marginal repairs, one repair at top entering outline area 1/4 inch. Sheet is 19 3/4" x 23 5/8"
From Samuel Wilson's Account of the Province of Carolina. Map has been folded; some small bug holes near bottom middle portion. Very rare. Matting is 23" x 27 1/2;" Sheet is 17 1/2" x 22 1/8."
"An Accurate Map of North America Drawn From The Best Modern Maps and Charts and Regulated by Astronomical Observations" 1747 Original Copperplate Engraving on Laid Paper. Plate measures 8 1/4" x 6 1/2;" sheet is 7 7/8" x 9 5/8."
"Map of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Leased Lines And Connections" 1885 Black & White on Parchment-Type Stock. Very clean with just a few foxing marks. A few separations at fold junctures, but overall very nice. 16 1/8" x 33 1/4."
Office of the Surveyor General (M. Lewis Clark) for the States of Illinois and Missouri, Saint Louis October 28th, 1849. Map has several folds and is lightly foxed and toned, primarily in the upper portion. Measures 18 3/4" x 23."
"Military Map of the Marches of the United States Forces Under Command of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman, USA, During the years 1863, 1864 and 1865." Printed by Bormay & Co., NY, ca. 1880. Very clean with no damage. Measures 18" x 22 1/2."
(A Water Body of the Quaternary Period) by G.K. Gilbert, assisted by Gilbert Thompson, Israel C. Russel, H. A. Wheeler and Albert L. Webster. U.S. Geological Survey Report on Lake Bonneville, printed by Julius Bien & Co. Lith., ca. 1890. Some separations at fold intersections. Measures 33" x 20."
"...Exhibiting the Course of the Gulph Stream" Published by Wm. Duane, Philadelphia 1808. Engraving on laid paper, trimmed on the right side upper 1/2 of sheet within plate mark 5/16" by the binder. Map has light stains and is toned overall. 14 3/8" x 14 1/2."
"...From the Ocean Entrance to a point about one mile above the city limits of Georgetown" Under the direction of J.C. Sanford, Corps of Engineers, USA, April 1903, Finally completed under the direction of G. P. Howell, Corps of Engineers USA August, 1903. House Document 398, Printed at US Engineers Office, Charleston SC, Sept. 26, 1903. Map has several folds and is lightly toned. 22 3/4" x 45 1/4."