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One of the Most Dramatic, 19th-Century Views of New York City


New York City. HILL, J. W./ PAPPRILL, Henry/ MEGAREY, Henry L. (publisher) [New York, 1849]
New York From the steeple of St. Paul's Church, looking East, South and West.
23 1/2 x 33 3/4 inches.
Aquatint & etching with original hand color. Expertly conserved & mounted on new linen. Repairs to outer margins on bottom & right side, slight loss to bottom of few letters in "From" in title, three mended tears, two entering printed surface, else good condition with no other image loss.
$7,500


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Mid 19th-Century New York City


New York City/ Brooklyn. BURR, D. H. [New York, 1850]
Map of the City of New-York, Drawn by D. H. Burr, for New York as it is in 1850….
12 x 10 inches
Lithograph with hand color; slight fold wear, mends where original attached, very good overall.
$475


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A Rare Folding Wall Map of New York
With Fine Portraits


New York State & City. SHERMAN & SMITH/ ENSIGN & THAYER (publishers) [New York, 1851]
Map Of The State Of New York...1851. [Separately:] Drawn And Engraved By Sherman & Smith New York. .
32 x 41 inches
Steel engraving with original color, somewhat faded; dissected & mounted on linen as issued; toned, minor abrasion & losses at fold intersections, else very good.
$3,500


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Authoritative Mariners’ Chart of the
East Coast of the United States


Block Island to Cuba. COPLEY, Charles/ BLUNT, E. & G. W. [New York, 1853]
Coast Of North America from Point Judith to Cape St. Antonio. (Island Of Cuba) Including The Bhama Banks… Every Authentic Survey, American, English & Spanish, Has Been Used In The Construction Of This Chart….
29 x 120 ½ inches
Seven sheets joined and mounted on heavy blue paper; lighthouses noted with daubs of color & lightboats indicated in red ink; few stains, light wear along right margin, but overall fine condition for this type.
$8,500


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By the “Foremost Woman Lithographer of her Time” (Deak)


New York City/ Brooklyn/ New Jersey. PALMER, Fanny F. (Artist & Lithographer)/ CURRIER & IVES [New York, 1860]
New York Bay. From Bay Ridge, L.I. .
17 x 22 inches.
Lithograph with original hand color; few short marginal tears, some extending slightly into image, professionally restored, some light soiling, overall good.
$3,850


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