is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of
1891 Bradley's color map of Arizona and New Mexico from Bradley's Atlas of the World which shows the mountain ranges, counties, and other geographical details.
26 x 19 in. $120
OLD SOUTHWESTERN TOWN-1874 PRINT. Authentic professionally watercolored engraving from the front page of original Harper's Weekly, published July 25, 1874. Entitled "A Saturday Noon in a Southwestern Town." Drawn by Frenzeny & Tavernier, the great French artists who chronicled the west during the late 1800's. A genuine antique print produced in 1874, NOT a reproduction!.
11" x 16" $80
1890 Hand colored photogravure showing the "Arizona Copper Co.'s Store, Clifton, Arizona" in Graham County, Arizona.
12 x 9 in. $40
1902 Arizona Article. With pictures of Farming in the Arizona Desert. Harper's. 11x16 in. $30
1883 Arizona Apache Surrender. To General Crook. Hand colored front page engraving from
11x16 in. $60
1864 Early Mexico Map. Early Johnson Map of Mexico and Southwestern Arizona. Arizona is below New Mexico Territory. Hand colored collector's map.
18x14 in. $100
1850 Steel engraving featured in Colorado Exploring Exposition titled, "Big Canon." Big Canon is in the Grand Canyon.
11 x 8 in. $60
1873 Thomas Moran hand colored wood engraving titled, "Walls of
the Grand Canon."
12-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $40
1855 USRR Survey lithograph of Sarony & Co., NY titled, "San Francisco Mountain." Information sheet about the railroads is
included with lithograph.
11-1/2 x 9 in. $50
1903 Hand colored half-tone images showing A Bull-Fight in Arizona, celebrating Mexico's day of Independence across the Frontier.
16 x 10-1/2 in. $40
1886 Hand colored wood engraving from Leslie's Illustrated showing a Scene in Glen Canon, on the Colorado River of the West of a photographer photographing
a Child of Nature.
16 x 11 in. $50
1889 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving showing Pre-Historic Arizona scenes, which include some specimens of the painted rocks, the Church of San Xavier, the Ruins of Casa Grande
and more scenes.
22 x 16 in. $150
1889 Color Railroad and
County Map of Arizona.
23 x 17-1/2 in. $180
1864 Hand colored engraved Johnson's California, also Utah, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. Published by Alvin J. Johnson & Co., New York.
26 x 18 in. $350
1889 Hand colored wood engraving titled, "The Snake Dance of the Moqui Indians." Drawn by H.F. Farny. Featured in Harper's Weekly and in fine condition.
21-1/2 x 16 in. $150
1894 Rand, McNally & Co. Arizona Railroads Map with key on bottom of map detailing the names of the railroads and their locations.
21 x 14-1/2 in. $160
Johnson’s California, Territories of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and Utah 1863 - A large engraved and original hand colored map of California & the Southwest, the map has a very decorative border, pastel colored counties and shows a number of interesting territorial anomalies. Nevada has its lower corner truncated, leaving Las Vegas in Arizona. Utah extends approximately 1 degree too far to the west, prior to the last set of reductions undertaken by the US Government. Several counties still extend into both Arizona and New Mexico. In each of the states and territories, the county configurations are still largely incomplete. This is one of the most detailed accurate commercial maps of the era that includes the US Pony express route, explorer routes, the major routes of commerce, towns, forts, Indian Tribes, mountains, rivers, roads, mining districts, proposed railroad routes, important dates in the evolution of the US-Mexico Boundary, etc. Johnson's map of the West is one of the most interesting and collectable maps of the period. The maps were updated annually or more often, showing profound territorial boundary changes and county formations from year to year and even within a single year. Condition: Very good, fold in middle with some staining along the fold, water marks on margins and some light foxing inside image.
size 23.5 15.5 image.
1861 Johnson Map of Mexico. Beautiful, hand colored map with a decorative border, published while Arizona and New Mexico were newly acquired US territories. Above Mexico's northern border, Arizona is shown SOUTH of New Mexico, covering an area from California to Texas. Much of it is labeled as "uninhabited" territory.
14x18 in. $130
1895 Map: Arizona and New Mexico. Colorful map of the two states, published circa 1895 by the National Map Company. Shows cities, towns, railroad lines, geographical features and Indian reservations. Each county is colored separately.
15x11 in. $60
1881 Map of Tusayan Province, Northeastern Arizona. Lithographed, hand colored map published in 1881 by the US Geological Survey. Shows the locations of towns, roads, archeological ruins and gardens throughout the area.
11x14 in. $60
1873 Arizona Canyon Scene by Thomas Moran. Beautiful, hand colored engraving by Thomas Moran, titled "Marble Cañon." Shows a view from the bottom of the canyon. Published in Picturesque America, an 1873 book about American scenery.
9x12 in. $60
Detailed 1901 Railroad Map of Arizona. Beautiful map from the 1901 first edition of George Cram's folio-size world atlas. Color coded lines on the map show the names and locations of railroads throughout the state. State and county borders are outlined in yellow. Cities, towns, Indian reservations and geographical features are all shown. This map would look great in a frame!
18x27 in. $100
1919 Arizona Map. Colorful map of Arizona by C.S. Hammond and Co., from a 1919 world atlas. Cities, towns, railroad lines, Indian reservations and geographical features are shown throughout the state. Each county is individually colored. A key in the right and bottom margins gives the locations of counties,
cities and towns.
10x14 in. $50
Old, Antique Map of Arizona Territory, by Cram. Colorful map of Arizona Territory, published in 1901 by the George F. Cram Co. Each county in the territory is colored separately. Cities and towns are shown, as well as railroad lines and geographical features. In excellent condition, with no tears,
stains or other blemishes.
15x22 in. $60
1895 Moki Indians Snake Dance Scene. Hand-colored, from Harper's Weekly, circa 1895. Title is "Among the Moki Indians: The Snake Dance." Dancers are shown in single file following a snake which is on the ground in front of them. A professional repair has been made to a long vertical tear near the center crease, and it is barely noticeable. Overall fine condition.
16x22 in. $80
Tombstone Epitaph dated December 23, 1943. Four page newspaper. "The most widely read weekly newspaper in Southern Arizona". Contains Christmas ads, news about army maneuvers, railroad's christmas
present to Tombstone, etc.
17x22 in. $40
Rare Colorful 1906 map of the Territory of Arizona. Map is titled "Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Territory of Arizona compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of Frank Bond, Chief of Drafting Division 1906" Map shows county borders, forest reserves, Indian reservaitons, military reserves and
private land grants.
21-1/2 x 17-1/2 in. $220
Salt River Valley, Arizona. Township and lot map, Salt River Valley, AZ by Rand McNally c1905; shows river, canals, township and lot lines and numbers, cities, roads & railroads. Shows Phoenix, Tempe,
and Mesa City.
11x21 in. $175
Apache Warrior Victorio, died near border. 1880 San Francisco Illustrated Wasp "Semi-Tropical Impudence." An amused Uncle Sam leans over border fence as the Mexican Government asks for money to help defeat Victorio. Victorio pictured as a dead wild boar. Chromolithograph Wasp Cover.
14 x 10 1/4 $150
1882 Map Showing Location of the Pueblos of Arizona and New Mexico, Powell. A very rare map, relief shown by hachures and spot heights, the map details inhabited and abandoned Indian dwellings and villages in northwestern New Mexico, northeastern Arizona; Indian reservations, active and abandones military posts, cities, towns, railroads, roads, and notable physical features. This is a must have map for Western collectors and the famous John Wesley Powell, of whom Lake Powell is named after was then the Director of the Bureau of Ethnology. From the Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology 1900-1901, Part I and Part II, J.W. Powell. Condition: Very good normal age coloring, minimal size.
12 x 9.5 in. $180
1892 Railroad survey map of Arizona. This pre-statehood map shows all of the township borders and meridian lines as well as mountains, rivers and Indian Reservations. The seven different railroads that pass throught the state are color coded and their routes shown with a key at the bottom of the map.
26x18 in. $150
1888 Arizona Large color map by Rand McNally & Co. Very detailed map from the 1880s.
13 1/2 x 20 1/2 in. $80
Arizona Pictorial - Cartoon Map, published by George M. Avey for Arizona Highways in 1940. Verso - Maps of Tucson and Phoenix and ad for Valley National Bank. There's a mended 2-inch tear on the right center edge. Printed in color.
22 x 17 in. $80
1943 Arizona map shown in color with a guide to principal cities from the World Atlas and Gazetteer by Rand McNally.
10 1/2 x 14 in. $40
1880 Arizona & New Mexico published by Frank Gray in Gray's Atlas of the world. Original hand coloring makes this a very attractive early map suitable for framing.
17-1/2 x 14 1/2 in. $120
1894 Shall Arizona Be Admitted To Statehood? - Picturesque Bits Gathered By Our Representative in the Territory. Eight hand colored half-tones depicting Governor L.C. Hughes; gold-ore carriers; peculiar rock formation of the new railroad; C.M. Bruce, Secretary of the Territory; A Prospector's Outfit; A Gila Monster; On the Range; and a Train of Freighters.
Published in Leslie's Weekly.
C.1890 Hand colored photogravure showing the "Drug Department of the Detroit Copper Co. at Morenci" in Graham County, Arizona.
12 x 9 in. $30
1902 Hand colored half-tones and article featured in Harper's Weekly titled, "The Resurrection of Tombstone," with images showing the old mining town of Tombstone's deserted Streets and dismantled Houses in top image, the Monument in Honor of the Discoverer of Tombstone Camp in middle image and on bottom, the View of Tombstone's adandoned Mines.
15-3/4 x 10 in. $40
1900 George F. Cram hand colored, engraved Railroad Map of Arizona.
22 x 16-1/2 in. $200
C.1882 Vigilantism in Arizona -- Very rare color lithograph by Keller from WASP (the San Francisco magazine) showing Arizona clinging to Vigilants who holds a noose
as crime reigns rampant.
20 x 13-1/2 in. $250
1889 Hand colored wood engraved image showing Arizona Buffalo Soldiers titled, "Cavalry in an Arizona Sand-Storm." Showing his best of the black Cavalry in the middle of an Arizona sandstorm.
22 x 16in. $250
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