This is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique
001ne: 1891 Railroad Map of Nebraska. Excellent railroad map names the numerous companies and each route. 18 x 26 in. $90
005ne: 1900 Omaha Map by Cram. Litho color - names all streets. 12 x 14 in. $25
012ne: 1940 Nebraska Colorful large Rand McNally map shows population by county, railroads, etc. 20-1/2 x 28-1/2 in. $80
015ne: 1874 Map of Plains States. Original antique topographical map by Guyot. Hand colored according to varying elevations. Interesting section of the land which rises from Illinois in the east to Colorado in the west. 12-1/2x9-1/2 in. $80
016ne: 1897 Nebraska Map. Printed in litho color, by Century. Attractive antique map with inset of Omaha area. 16x12 in. $30
018ne: 1852 Platte River Exploration Map. Rare collectable Nebraska map by J.C. Fremont. Published by the U.S. Government, this great antique map illustrates the exploration of the country between the Missouri River and the Rocky Mountains, on the line of the Platte River. Hand colored. 34-1/2x15-1/2 in. $300
022ne: 1876 Gray's Nebraska Map. Fine antique map in original hand color. The northwestern quarter of the state is not yet divided into counties. 17-1/2x14-1/2 in. $100
1885 Color Map of Nebraska.
21 x 14-1/2 in. $90
025ne: 1889: The City of Lincoln, Nebraska. shows: residence of Mr. John Zehrung, First Baptist Church, Mr. Imioff's House, birds eye view of the city, view in O Street, Nebraska Hall, State University, Eleventh Street, North from M Street. This unique engraving is from the August, 1899 edition of Harper's Weekly. size: 11x16 in. $50
1947 Rand McNally color Standard Map of Nebraska with inset top right of Omaha and Lincoln. Metropolitan Districts key on left side of map. Nebraska Railroads shown and County and City population shown on top left of map.
27-1/2 x 20-1/2 in. $80
Map Showing the progress of the Public Surveys in Kansas and Nebraska Surveyor General 1862 - A large lithograph hand colored map of early surveys of Kansas and Nebraska. Only the eastern portions have been subdivided into counties and townships, with the west substantially wide open. Includes the location of Land Grant Railroads, and the 20 and 25 miles limits of same, along with land offices and the surveyor general's office. Extensive Indian detail shown, along with some early railroad lands. Condition: Very good, wide top margins, light folds, slight tear on left margin.
size 33 x 20 image.
Kansas and Nebraska Colton 1857 Very early large originally colored map in an unusual vertical configuration that depicts standard parallels covering only the eastern quarter of these territories. Thirty-three counties are organized in Nebraska and 37 in Kansas this map also depicts Indian reservations. The Santa Fe Road originates in Kansas City and The Route to Denver City is shown beginning at Doniphan, near Atchison. The proposed Pacific Railroads are shown but there are no completed lines within the territories. There is no sign of Wichita, and Topeka is just a little town, while the capitals are shown as Omaha City and Lecompton. Published by J. H Colton New York. Condition: Excellent slight unnoticeable fold in middle.
size 16 x 25
1888 Rand, McNally & Co.'s Nebraska which also shows all railroad stops.
27 x 20-1/2 in. $120
1860 Hand colored Johnson's Nebraska and Kansas, by Johnson & Browning map which shows Kansas colored in light red.
18 x 14 in. $280
102ne: 1856 Scenes in Nebraska. Three engraved images of Nebraska scenery from the Illustrated London News of June 21, 1856. 11x16 in. $30
103ne: 1898 Views of the Peace Jubilee in Omaha Nebraska, celebrating the end of the Spanish American War. Photographic scenes of President McKinley approaching the reviewing stand, and giving a speech to the crowd. 11x16 in. $20
104ne: 1897 Color Lithographed Map of Nebraska, published by the J. B. Lippincott Company. Cities, towns, railroad lines, rivers and mountains are shown throughout the state. 10x12 in. $30
105ne: 1863 Prairie Fire Scene in Nebraska. Woodcut engraving from the Illustrated London News of July 21, 1863, showing a prairie fire next to the tracks of the Union Pacific Railroad. There are some light stains in the margins of this print, but the image is not affected. 11x16 in. $30
107ne: 1901 Hunting Scene in Rural Nebraska. Interesting halftone print from Harper's Weekly. Title is "The Goose Cow -- A Nebraska Method of Stalking Wild Geese." There are some very light stains on the top and right sides of the image, but they are not visually distracting. 11x16 in. $30
108ne: 1898 Scenes at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition in Omaha. Eight photographic images of buildings on the exposition grounds, from Harper's weekly. 11x16 in. $20
109ne: 1871 Sledding Scene: "Coasting" at Omaha. Hand colored woodcut engraving from the Feb. 11, 1871 issue of Every Saturday. 11x16 in. $40
110ne: 1888 Kearney Nebraska Military Scenes. Hand colored engravings from Harper's Weekly, titled "The Great Military Encampment at Camp Brooke, Kearney Nebraska." Contains a group portrait of General Wheaton and his staff, and a view of the troops on parade. 11x16 in. $50
111ne: 1870 View of a Prairie Whiskey Peddler. Hand colored woodcut engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "The Whiskey Peddler on the Plains." Shows a man, obviously drunk, sleeping in his horse-drawn wagon in the middle of the prairie. 11x16 in. $60
Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado & Dacotah, Mitchell 1861 - An engraved and hand colored map 1866 map of Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado and Dakota, by S. A. Mitchell with beautiful decorative border. Wyoming, though territorially included, was not incorporated as an official territory until 1868 - here it is noted as 'Attached to Dacotah.' Color coded according to county and territory. Counties cover only the eastern and southern portions of Nebraska and the eastern third of Kansas. Shows various proposed railroads, geographic features, American Indian tribes, and gold deposits as well as providing details on towns, counties, and other political data. This map did not appear in the 1860 first edition of Mitchell's New General Atlas. Rather, it was introduced in 1861 following the formation of Colorado territory. Condition: Very good normal aging color around and some foxing on margin edges with small water stain on outside left margin.
size 14 x 11.5 image
1891 Bradley color lithographed map of Nebraska. Counties and thoroughways are shown throughout map. Entered according to Act of Congress in the Clerk's Office of the Librarian Congress at Washington.
26 x 19 in. $60
202ne: The Nebraska Capitol published in 1926. 32 page booklet profusely illustrated with photos and drawings.
6x9 in. $30
203ne: 1889 Scenes in Omaha Nebraska. Hand-colored engraving from Harper's Weekly of Feb. 16, 1889. Title is "The City of Omaha, Nebraska, and its Architectural Features." Panoramic view of the city in the center is surrounded by smaller images of prominent buildings. 16x22 in. $250
1876 hand colored Mitchell's County & Township map of Kansas and Nebraska. Each county is in a different color. Railroad lines, rivers and meridian lines are shown as well. Note that a large part of Nebraska is still undeveloped since this map was made only ten years after statehood.
23 x 16 in. $120
205ne: 1901 Rand, McNally & Company Railroad map of Nebraska. Each of the counties are outlined in red with the county name and county seat marked. Many cities and townships are shown as well as rivers. Twelve different railroads are shown along with their routes throughout the state. There is a key at the bottom left corner of the map identifying the different railroads. 20x28 in. $80
207ne: 1858 Hand colored Nebraska Department of the Interior Pacific Wagon Roads map titled, "Map of the Wagon-Road from Platte River Via Omaha Reserve and Dakota City To Running Water River." Geo. L. Sites, Supt.
29 x 25 in. $500
1880 Very rare hand colored wood engraving featured in The Daily Graphic titled, "Views of Lincoln, Nebraska." Six vignettes showing the State University, the Capitol, the first house built in Lincoln and other views. Fine condition.
19 x 12-1/2 in. $125
1855 "Chimney Rock" -- Rare lightly-tinted lithograph by F. Piercy, Liverpool which was drawn on the way to Utah via the Mormon Trail. Very good condition inside mat. Image size is:
12-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $295
Hand colored lithographed Atlas of the United States showing Nebraska and the Territories of Dekota, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.
26 x 17 in. $80
1858 Very rare hand colored wood engravings showing image from the Mormon trek to Utah: Fort Kearney in upper image, and Chimney Rock in lower image. Featured in the Illustrated Times.
13-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $150
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