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South Carolina, Samuel Lewis 1808 An engraved small early map of South Carolina by Samuel Lewis engraved by D. Fairman circa 1808 probably re-drawn by Lewis from and earlier map from: A New and Elegant General Atlas by Arrowsmith and Lewis. This is an uncolored map of the state of South Carolina as it appeared to contemporaries at the beginning of the 19th century. The European maps from this atlas are the work of Aaron Arrowsmith (1750-1833), an Englishman who was the foremost cartographer of his period, and the American maps were chiefly derived from work by the American Samuel Lewis. Counties, towns, rivers and roads are noted.
Condition: Very good, small margins normal age coloring and no folds.
size 10.75 x 8.5 image.

A New Map of South Carolina Copperthwait 1850 A very detailed and attractive engraved original color map of South Carolina, colored by county. Showing towns, railroads, roads, rivers, forts, post offices. The Inset of the city Charleston has boroughs, public landings and the map is hand colored by wards. Includes three insets: Charlestown, References to Charlestown and tables of stage coach routes and steamship routes. This map has a very decorative border and was produced by Thomas Cowperthwait and Co in Philadelphia. Condition: Very good normal age browning on large margins.
size 14.5 x 11.5 image

1862 Port Royal South Carolina. Six views of area during Civil War era. Black and white engraving from Harper's. 16x11 in. $30

003sc: 1863 Charleston Harbor South Carolina. Two large views, black and white engravings. (some foxing) Shows old forts and ships in harbor. Harper's. 23x16 in. $50

005sc: 1861 Fort Sumter South Carolina. Important view shows the very first action of the entire Civil War--The Bombardment of Fort Sumter by the Batteries of the Confederate States, South Carolina. Two page spread in Harper's. 23x16 in. $100

006sc: Civil War South Carolina views. Large sepia litho views of Charleston Harbor during Civil War. 29x18 in. $100

008sc: 1919 South Carolina Railroad Map. Large very detailed map by Rand McNally. 28 seperate railroads listed and shown, plus steamship lines, etc. Printed in color. 27-1/2x21 in. $100

009sc: 1862 Charleston South Carolina view. Bird's-eye view of city showing approaches of gun boats and army. Hand colored antique engraving from Harper's. 16x11 in. $50

010sc: 1887 Map of The Carolinas. Hand colored map of South and North Carolina by Lubrechts. A scarce map in good condition, with an attractive border. 14x11-1/2 in. $80

011sc: 1863 Charleston South Carolina Blockade. Union blockading fleet off Charleston. Several hand colored views from Harper's. (half-dozen small spots of foxing, but do not interfere) 16x11 in. $40

013sc: 1861 Fort Sumter Interior view. Shows a 10-inch gun mounted as a mortar. This fort however as soon reduced to rubble as South Carolina artillery pounded it relentlessly, the first action of the Civil War. Excellently hand colored. 16x11 in. $50

015sc: 1867 Mitchell South Carolina Map. Hand colored map of South and North Carolina. Two insets of Charleston. Attractive border, frameable. 15x12 in. $120

018sc: 1863 Siege of Charleston. Two front page views from Harper's. Hand colored engravings. 11x16 in. $50

019sc: 1867 Charleston South Carolina. Hand colored views "Martyrs of the Race Course--Union prisoners cemetary," and "Charleston Firemen Saluting the Old Flag." Harper's. 11x16 in. $40

1860 Winslow Homer's depiction of the seceding South Carolina delegation to Congress on the eve of the Civil War. Original wood engraving featured in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization.
16 x 11 in. $50

100sc: Civil War Carolinas Map. Interesting map, titled "Map of Part of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina & Georgia, which were the scenes of the Most Important Operations of the Southern Armies." Published in 1904 as an illustration to a book. 7x10 in. $40

101sc: 1895 Railroad Map of South Carolina. Large map, published by Rand McNally & Co. Shows the liocations and names of each railroad line in the state. A key in the left margin gives the locations of chief cities. 20x27 in. $80

102sc: 1927 South Carolina Map. Small, color map, published in a 1927 world atlas and gazetteer. Cities, towns and railroad lines are shown throughout the state. 6x9 in. $20

103sc: Large 1920 South Carolina Map. Color map from Rand McNally's 1920 Commercial Atlas of America. Shows the locations and names of each railroad line in the state. Locations of electric lines are shown, and steamship routes are marked along the coast. Also shows cities, towns and geographical features. 20x27 in. $80

104sc: 1882 Chart: Dublin Bar, Charleston, SC. Hand colored chart of Dublin Bar, near Charleston, South Carolina, published by the US government in 1882. Title is "Chart of Dublin Bar with Details of Works of Improvements. Sent with Report on Charleston Harbor Improvement, Dated July 15, 1881." Includes cross section views of sea walls along the bar, and a longitudinal section of the bar channel. 12x19 in. $80

1780 Hand colored copper engraved Raynal and Bonne Map of Louisiana, Florida and Carolina. Map is named "Carte de ha Louisiane et de la Florida." Map shows early boundaries of Georgia, Merdionale (South Carolina), Septentrionale (North Carolina) and Chicahas, Tchatasc.
16-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $400

106sc: Civil War Map of South Carolina Localities. Sheet from the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, published by the United States government in 1895. Contains numerous small maps of battlefields throughout the South, including two detailed battle maps of the engagement at Secessionville SC in June 1862. 18x30 in. $80

107sc: 1897 South Carolina Map by George Cram. Nice, colorful map, with even very small towns marked in detail. Also shows railroad lines and geographical features. 14x22 in. $40

108sc: 1901 Map: North and South Carolina. Map is 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 two states. 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. $100

110sc: RARE Early Map: North, South Carolina. This extremely detailed map was published in 1833 by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (SDUK). It is titled "North America, Sheet XI, Parts of North and South Carolina." The map shows approximately three quarters of each state, westward from the eastern shore. State and county borders are all clearly marked with original outline coloring. The locations of cities, towns and villages are shown throughout the area. Roads, canals, forts, and geographical features are shown as well. This map is in very good condition, with no stains or tears. The left margin is cut very close to the map border, but the border and image are intact. This map would be perfect for anyone who is interested in the early 19th century history of the Carolinas! 14x16 in. $120

1854 Handcolored steel engraving showing aportrait of John C. Calhoun with a small inset below him of a cotton plantation.
11 x 9 in. $40

200sc: 1862 Rare - Pt. Royal, Sea Islands, Cotton in Port Royal South Carolina. Hand colored, woodcut vignettes of slaves gathering, packing and shipping the crops. Rare Frank Leslie's engraving. Very good condition.
16x22 in. $300

201sc: 1860 View of Democratic Convention, Charleston SC. Hand-colored woodcut engraving from the April 28th, 1860 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "The National Democratic Nominating Convention in Session at Charleston, South Carolina, on April 23, 1860." This convention was one of the pivotal events leading up to the start of the Civil War. Nice view of the interior of the convention hall, with delegates seated in the lower area and observers in the balconies. 16x22 in. $200

202sc: 1886 Charleston South Carolina Earthquake Scene. Dramatic, hand-colored engraving from the Sept. 11, 1886 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "The Night of The Earthquake in Charleston, August 31, 1886." Shows chaos and panic in the streets, where people are fleeing the fires and collapsing buildings. 16x22 in. $120

203sc:  1872 map of North Carolina and South Carolina. Small inset in lower left corner shows the Western Portion of North Carolina. Published by Asher & Adams in the New Statistical and Topographical Atlas of the United States. Original hand coloring. 17.5x24.5 in. $200

206sc: Hand colored lithograph of the Revolutionary War. Published c1890 by Kurtz and Allison, image is titled, Sargi Jasper Recovers the Flag at Charleston - June 28th 1776. 12x18 in. $200

207sc: Civil War Atlas Map. Ten sections showing different areas including, Secessionville, SC.; the route taken by scouting party under Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart; and the position of the 3rd Brigade on the Battlefield October 3, 1862. 29.5x18.5 in. $80

208sc: 1925 Rand McNally Standard Map of South Carolina. Nice color map includes electric lines, steamship lines, as well as cities and counties. Each county is outlined and labled. This map would look great in a frame. 27.5x20.5 in. $90

209sc: 1925 Rand McNally Junior Auto Trails Map of North & South Carolina. Map shows the Highway System, with different lines for paved roads, improved roads, and dirt roads. At the bottom of the map there is a section that shows the Trail and Highway Markings. 20.5x14.5 in. $60

210sc: Sepia tone views of Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie. From the U.S. Government's official atlas of Civil War records. Printed from photographs taken during the Civil War. 18.5 x 29.5 in. $90

205sc: South Carolina map, published in 1855 by J.H. Colton & Co. Hand colored engraved map with each county colored individually. Nice, decorative border surrounding map with an inset of the Plan of Charleston in the lower left corner. 17-1/2 x 14-1/2  in. $250

211sc: The Century Atlas, South Carolina map. Printed in 1897, this color map shows roadways, rivers, major cities and smaller towns. Inset of Charleston Harbor and Vicinity in lower left corner. 16.5 x 11.5 in. $30

212sc: 1881 Mitchell map of North and South Carolina. This decorative map has each county individually hand colored, and has insets of Charleston Harbor and a detailed map of the Plan of Charleston. 15 x 12.5 in. $120

213sc: Rare double page spread from the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. This hand colored engraving shows various uniforms for both the US Army and the CS Army, as well as samples of their Chevrons, Buttons, Badges, Caps, and more. 28.5 x 18 in. $300

214sc: Map of the United States of America Showing the Boundaries of the Union and Confederate Geographical Divisions and Departments, December 31, 1863. From The Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. 28.5 x 18 in. $120

215sc: Sepia tone views of Forts Sumter and Moultrie. Shows interior and exterior views of the Forts. From the U.S. Government's official atlas of Civil War records. 28.5 x 18 in. $90

216sc: 1864 map of North and South Carolina by Johnson and Ward. This rare hand colored map shows the Carolina's as well as portions of Virginia and Georgia. Insets of Chimney Rocks and French Broad River, Table Mountain, and the Plan of Charleston, vicinity and harbor. Decorative border surrounds the map. 26 x 18 in. $120

217sc: 1858 view of the attack on Fort Moultrie, Sullivan's Island, South Carolina. Dramatic, hand-colored engraving from the June 26, 1858 issue of Harper's Weekly. Shows fighting on the shore and on the boats in the distance. 11x16 in. $50

218sc: 1835 Elegant Map of North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. Intricate hand colored map titled, "North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia," from Bradford's 1835 world atlas. Hand colored, engraved map shows railroads, canals, cities, counties and mountains. 12 x 10in. $200

219sc: 1883 Cotton Culture in the South, No. 3. - Drawn by J.O. Davidson. Twelve assorted hand colored wood engravings depicting the process of getting cotton ready for shipment, from beginning to end. Published in Harper's Weekly on July 14, 1883. Volume XXVII., No. 1386. 11x16in. $80

220sc: 1878 South Carolina - Our Great National Industry - Shipping Cotton from Charleston to Foreign and Domestic Ports - A Scene on North Commercial Wharf - From Sketches By H.A. Ogden. Hand colored wood engraving published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper on November 16, 1878. 11x16in. $80

221sc: 1880 South Carolina - The South in 1880 - East Battery, The Promenade on the Southern End of East Bay Street, Charleston. - From Sketches By Walter Goater. Hand colored wood engraving depicting people strolling along the Promenade on a sunny afternoon. Published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper on Septembger 25, 1880. 11x16in. $120

224sc: 1855 The City of Charleston, South Carolina. Hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly on January 26, 1861. 11x16in. $100

225sc: 1883 South Carolina - Objects and Places of Interest In and Around the City of Charleston. - From Sketches By C. Upham. Eight hand colored wood engravings published on one page which depict places of interest in and around the city of Charleston. Published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper on October 20, 1883. 11x16in. $80

1870 Hand colored steel engraving by W. Ridgway from a painting by J. Wells. It depicts the city and river with surrounding countryside, and ships in the bay. Title of image is, "Bird's-Eye View of Charleston."
9-1/2 x 6-1/2 in. $80


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