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With a Fine, Early View of New York City


Northeast/ New York City/ Wall St. LOTTER, T.C./ JANSSON-VISSCHER [Augsburg, c. 1757]
Recens Edita totius Novi Belgii.
19½ x 22 5/8 inches
Original wash color; fine condition.
$4,500


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The Definitive Map of New Jersey of the Revolutionary War Period
A Fine Example of the First State


New Jersey/ American Revolution.. FADEN, W./ RATZER, B. [London, Dec. 1, 1777]
The Province of New Jersey, Divided into East and West, commonly called the Jerseys. Engraved & Published by Wm. Faden, Charing Cross, December 1st 1777.
30 ½ x 22 ¼ inches.
Fine original wash color; dissected & mounted on linen as originally issued, excellent condition.
$18,500


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From the “Holster Atlas” for English Officers


Great Lakes/ Midwest/ Northeast/ Revolutionary War. EVANS, L./ SAYER & BENNETT [London, Oct. 15, 1776]
A General Map of the Middle British Colonies….
19 x 26 inches
Original outline color; reinforced fold separation & wear, slight losses due to abrasion, mended split into surface; nice, dark printing impression; overall very good, especially for a map originally issued folded.
$4,500


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Fine View of Colonial Boston


Boston. POWNALL, Thomas/ DRAKE, S. G. [Boston, 1760/ 1856]
A View of the City of Boston the Capital of New England, in North America Drawn on the Spot by his Excellency Governor Pownal. .
8 3/4 x 19 5/8 inches
Printed on heavy, unfolded stock, light toning, few faint stains, very good overall.
$550


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One of the Finest Examples of Cartographic Folk Art We Have Seen
Combines a Rare Printed Map with Rich Hand-Painted Embellishments


Folk Art/ Western Reserve/ Ohio/ Connecticut. SUMNER, William (publisher)/ SAVERY, William (engraver) [Nelson, Portage County, Ohio, 1826]
Map of the Western Reserve Including the Fire Lands in Ohio September 1826.
33 x 26 ¾ inches
Engraved map, 15 ¼ x 20 ½ inches. Overall size including illustrations, 33 x 26 ¾ inches. Each illustration, including the side borders with painted roses, on separate sheets, all closely joined & mounted on linen in the early 19th century, in a custom plexi display box with original wooden rollers attached to outsides, some abrasion, cracking, slight losses, moderately toned overall, still very well preserved of this type with vibrant color.
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