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001pa: 
1887 Print: Auction in Rural Pennsylvania. This hand colored print is from the May 28, 1887 issue of Harper's Weekly. The print is titled, "A Spring Auction in Rural Pennsylvania." It contains nine small scenes, each one pertaining to events at the auction. This print is in excellent condition. 
11" x 16" $50



 002Pennsylvania:
1898 Rand, McNally & Co.'s Pennsylvania Railroads map with red outlined counties and railroads. Large railroad key on 
top portion of map.
27-1/2 x 20-1/2 in. $260



014pa:
1838 Bartlett view of Philadelphia. The United States Bank. Hand colored steel engraving. 
10-1/2x8 in. $60




015pa:
1838 Pennsylvania Bartlett view. Susquehanna at Liverpool. Hand colored steel engraving. 
11x8 in. $60




018pa:
1895 Pennsylvania Cram map. Outline in color. 21x13-1/2 in. $60




021pa:
1882 Pennsylvania Map. Bradley county map. Original color. 
24x17-3/4 in. $100


022Pennsylvania:
1876 Hand colored lithographed Outline Map of Greene County, Pennsylvania. Professionally 
hand mended.
18 x 13-1/2 in. $80



023Pennsylvania:
1872 Hand colored engraved Map of Pennsylvania, Showing the Principal Deposits of Iron, Anthracite Coal, Petroleum and Zinc with a 
color key below map.
17-1/2 x 13-1/2 in. $50



024Pennsylvania:
1871 Hand colored Atlas of Pennsylvania, which include the Counties of Warren, McKean, Potter, Forest, Elk and Cameron. A Scale of Miles key is listed in 
bottom right of map.
26-1/2 x 17 in. $80




027Pennsylvania:
1872 Hand colored engraved Atlas of Pennsylvania's Counties of 
Wayne and Pike.
17-1/4 x 13-1/4 in. $60



028Pennsylvania:
1897 Color Century Company's Atlas of Pennsylvania, Western Part. Inset of Pittsburgh, Allegheny and Vicinity in upper right hand corner.
17 x 13 in. $40



100pa:
1877 Mitchell Pennsylvania Map. Beautiful antique map, with original hand coloring, from Mitchell's 1877 world atlas. Each county is individually colored. Old cities, towns, railroad lines and geographical features are all shown. On the left side, there are inset maps of Harrisburg, Williamsport, Erie and Scranton. 15x22 in. $100


103pa:
1882 Pennsylvania Map by Gray. Beautiful, large hand colored map from Gray's 1882 world atlas. Each county and township is colored separately. Cities, towns, railroad lines and geographical features are all shown. 17x28 in. $110



106pa: 
Large 1911 Railroad Map of Western PA. Color map from Rand McNally's 1911 Commercial Atlas of America. Covers an area from the western border of Pennsylvania to the center of the state. Locations and names of each railroad line in the state are shown. Locations of electric power lines and steamboat routes on Lake Erie are shown as well. Also shows cities, towns and 
geographical features. 
20x27 in. $80


107pa:
1886 Map of Philadelphia by A.J. Johnson. Detailed, engraved map of Philadelphia, with each ward of the city colored separately hand colored. Locations of major buildings, parks and cemeteries are marked. Also shows railroad lines, streetcar lines and ferry routes. In the bottom right corner there is a small map of the entire metro area. 
18x26 in. $150


108pa:
1894 Map of Philadelphia Area. Interesting map of the Philadelphia metro area, showing streets, railroad lines and major landmarks in the city. Printed in color. 14x21 in. $80


109pa:
1873 Philadelphia View. Beautifully hand colored scene from Picturesque America, published in 1873. Title is "Philadelphia from Belmont (West Park)." Shows the city from a distance, with rural countryside and the river in the foreground. 
9x12 in. $80


115pa:
1901 Map: Western & Eastern Pennsylvania. 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 western & eastern half of the state. State and county borders are outlined in yellow. Cities, towns and geographical features are all shown. This map would look great in a frame! 18x27 in. (2 Prints) $160

 




116pa:
1901 Cram Railroad Map of Pennsylvania. Beautiful map from the 1901 first edition of George Cram's folio-size world atlas. Covers the entire state of Pennsylvania, with color coded lines showing the names and locations of railroads throughout the state. State and county borders are outlined in yellow. Cities, towns and geographical features are all shown. This map would look great in a frame! 18x27 in. $80



117pa:
1875 Map of Pennsylvania by Gray. Interesting map, with original hand coloring, from O.W. Gray's world atlas of 1875. Each county in the state is separately colored. Cities, towns, railroad lines and geographical features are all shown. Very attractive map which would look great in a frame!
17x28 in. $120


032alco:
Rye Whiskey – J.W. Wheeler Distillery in Newville, PA. (near Carlisle) Hand colored lithograph 1879. Also picture of T. Frank King Farm in Pennsborough TWP.
12 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. $80




124pa:
1886 Scene at a Pennsylvania Cricket Match. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "International Cricket Match on the Ground of the Germantown Club at Nicetown, Pennsylvania." Shows a view from the field, where one player has just caught the ball with a flying leap. 11x16 in. $60



125pa:
1892 Oil City Pennsylvania Fire, Flood. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "The Oil Creek Valley Disaster." Center image shows oil burning on the water that flooded Oil City. Smaller images on the top and sides show other scenes from the disaster. 16x22 in. $150



126pa:
 
1893 Communistic Town: Economy Pennsylvania. Eleven hand-colored, engraved images from Harper's Weekly, titled "The Old Communistic Town of Economy, Pennsylvania." Street scenes in the town are shown, as well as portraits of some residents. 11x16 in. $60



129pa:
From Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper dated January 17, 1885. Six hand colored engravings titled Pennsylvania - Scenes in the New Oil Region At and Around Phillips City. By Sketches by C.B. Albee. Scenes captioned: Driller at Work, Western Union Telegraph Office, Phillips City, Phillips Well No. 1, Up Thorne Creek, and Gambling Den. 11x16 in. $60



130pa:
Double page hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly dated March 30, 1878. The Oil Regions of Pennsylvania. From Sketches by Theo. R. Davis and Photographs by Frank Robbins, of Oil City. Large center picture is an overview of Oil City with various scenes surrounding it. 22x16 in. $100



131pa:
Beautiful 1872 map of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Published by Asher & Adams in the New Statistical and Topographical Atlas of the United States. Original hand coloring. 17.5x24.5 in. $100
 


132pa:
1835 Elegant Map of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Intricate hand colored map titled, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey," from Bradford's 1835 world atlas. Hand colored, engraved map shows railroads, canals, cities, counties and mountains. 12 x 10in. $150


134pa:
1878 Pennsylvania - Launch of the Steamship "City of Rio de Janeiro," of the New Steam Packet Line to Brazil, at Roach's Ship-yard, Chester, March 6th. Hand colored wood engraving on bottom of page with text, published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper on March 23, 1878. 11x16in. $40


135pa:
1871 Colton's New Township Map of the State of Pennsylvania. Published by G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co., New York. Very detailed map shows counties in colors of pink, pale green and beige and has a very ornate border. Map in excellent condition.
17.5x28in. $150



137pa: 1854 Pennsylvania Map - Published by J.H. Colton & Co., No. 172 William St., New York. Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1854 by J.H. Colton in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, for the Southern District of New York. Beautifully colored and detailed by county with pink border for the state of Pennsylvania. Very
ornate border and in
excellent condition.
15.5x18.5in. $150


139pa:
1876 Bird's-Eye View of Philadelphia. From Sketches by Theo. R. Davis. Drawn and Engraved Expressly for Harper's Weekly. Hand colored wood engravings on a double-page spread which was published as a Supplement in Harper's Weekly on May 27, 1876. 23x33in. $650


140pa:
1890 Drawing A Pot of Molten Glass From the Furnace - Drawn by W.A. Rogers. Double-page hand colored wood engraving depicting a team of men straining hard to pull a pot of molton glass out from the fires. Published in Harper's
Weekly in 1890.
 16x22in. $150 




 

  
148pa:
1916 Color Map of Public Roads in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania which includes a "Table of Distances," made for the State Highway Department.
30 x 47 inches + margins.
$400 


206univ:
Princeton College - Drawn from photographs. 12 vignettes showing buildings and grounds around the college.

22 x 16 $200


149pa:
1876 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper - The Pennsylvania Dutch - Back Country Scenes - A Day among the apple-butter makers, in search of the antique.
16 x 11 in. $60 


150pa:
1883 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper - Pennsylvania, The Bi-Centennial of the Settlement of Germantown.
16 x 11 in. $90


151pa:
1890 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper - The Philadelphia and Reading Railway System - Its Facilites and Attractions.
15 1/2 x 10 1/2 in. $50


152pa:
1884 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper - Pennsylvania: The Perils of Mining - Scenes in the Anthracite Coal Region.
16 x 11 in. $40 


153pa:
1881 Scientific American - The Manufacture of Steam, Water and Oil-well Fittings - The Jarecki Manufacturing Company, Erie, PA.(2-Pages)
16 x 11 in. $90 


154pa:
1862 Harper's Weekly. The Rebel Raid into Pennsylvania - Stuarts Cavalry on their way to Potomac.
22 1/4 x 16 in. $80 


155pa:
1886 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper - Pennsylvania - The Late General W.S. Hancock's last visit to Gettysburg.
22 1/2 x 16 in. $70 


156pa:
1863 Harper's Weekly - The Army of the Potomac - The Advance of the twelfth corps crossing the Appahannock & Views of Gettysburg Battlefield. (2 Prints)
15 3/4 x 11 in. $120 


157pa:
1872 Erie County. Engraved in 1872, version is a map of the city Reading in Berks County. Printed in color, Lithograph.
17 x 13 in. $90 



150Pennsylvania:
1891 Bradley's Atlas of the World's hand colored map of Pennsylvania.
26 x 19 in. $80



151Pennsylvania:
Pennsylvania Howell, 1834 - A large and engraved early map showing the entire state with remarkable detail. It includes roads, canals, donation lands, counties, townships and topography with an emphasis on transportation. Most settlement is along the Delaware River and the southeastern portion, as well as around Pittsburgh. Howell copied this map from his larger map of 1792, which was one of the most important maps of Pennsylvania to appear in the eighteenth century. A dedication is at upper center "to the Legislature and the Governor of Pennsylvania this map is respectfully inscribed by Reading Howell." This is a rare and unusual map with nice decorative border and compass with Fluer de Le. Condition: Excellent, fold in middle, small margins on left and right side some slight aging color.
28 x 20-1/2 in. $500


152Pennsylvania:
Map Showing the Coal Leases on the Girard Estate, in Schuylkill and Columbia PA, 1878 A large horizontal and rare lithographed map with original hand color of the coal leases in the Girard Estate, Columbia County Pennsylvania, drawn by Heber S. Thompson and printed by J. H. Camp, Philadelphia. Leases are pastel colored and named, with the town of Frackville at the bottom center. Special Note: In Schuylkill and Columbia Counties there were eleven coal collieries in operation under ten leases. According to the 1879 Board report, the first coal removed and sold commercially from the Estate’s mines occurred in 1863. That year 40,788 tons were sent to market. In 1879, the amount marketed was 1,600,000 tons and royalties grosses $463,644. The Estates coal mines were leased with a royalty of forty cents per ton and progressed to fifty-four cents. Three- fourths of that was reinvested “in the real property in the City, so as not to diminish the fund upon which the support of the College must ultimately rely when these lands shall have been stripped of their mineral resources.” In 1889, also, “the income from the 35,407,710 tons of coal shipped this year has never been equaled in the history of the trust”. Condition: Very Good, four vertical folds hardly noticeable.
size 24 x 11 image
$200


 
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