This is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique
001ut: 1852 Fort Utah Litho. From the Stansbury Expedition.
9x5-1/2 in. $40
1852 Utah Indian Prisoners. Lithograph from the Stansbury Expedition. 9x5-1/2 in. $40
1851 Rare Meyers view of Salt Lake City. Matted steel engraving by Herman Meyers. 9x6 in. $50
1867 Mitchell Map of Utah and Nevada. Original color, attractive border. Counties shown by different colors. 15x12 in. $100
1869 Utah Railroad. The Union Pacific railroad. Two engraved views by the London Illustrated the very year the railroad was completed as the first link from East to West. 10-1/2x16 in. $30
1890 Utah Map. Large scale map by Rand McNally. Outline litho color in this very detailed map. 13x20 in. $80
1858 Rare Salt Lake City. One of the best early views from the Council House. Hand colored antique engraving from Harper's.
16x11 in. $60
1889 Utah Map. Litho color state map by Rand McNally.
9x11-1/2 in. $30
1849-1850 "Ft. Leavenworth to Great Salt Lake in the Territory of Utah." Hand colored lithographed Abert's map which shows locations of Snake, Arapahoe, Cheyenne, Sioux, and the Pawnee indians. Map also shows the Missouri and Platte River, North Park, Middle Park, and South Park, as well as Ft. Hall and Ft. Bredger. Image size is:
67 x 28 in. plus margins.
1886 Utah and Nevada Map. Large scale, by Bradley. Original color, attractive margins.
26x19-1/2 in. $100
1874 Mormons at Salt Lake. Two views including the Communion Table and Brigham Young's Wives. Hand colored from Harper's.
11x16 in. $50
1886 Utah Map. Outline color. Nice lithographic map.
10x14 in. $30
1892 Utah Map. Original color litho. 10-1/2x14 in. $30
1908 Utah Railroad Map. Color litho map by Rand McNally. Railroads are listed and the route of each shown. 15x20 in. $80
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.
From the COO-CHE TO PA Pass to the Wahsatch Mountains, 1855 Gunnison/Beckwith - A large lithograph map with original coloring and Gunnison's final and most detailed map of the series that Wheat illustrated in full. Minimal detail in the north and south, the map provides much detail along the route through western Colorado and Utah. Locates Fort Uintah, Brown's Hole, the Old Spanish Trail, and Bridger's Pass. An interesting and important map of the region that would eventually be followed by the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. Special Note: Capt. Gunnison was killed by hostile Indians at the western portion of this exploration, but Capt. E.G. Beckwith recovered his survey notes and completed the map. Condition: Very Good, some folds with light discoloring
size 23.2" x 31.5" image
1891 Utah Railroad Map. Shows the seven railroads by colors. Excellent detail in this very large map. 17-1/2x25 in. $100
Utah Railroad Survey Map - 1855. This fascinating map was published in 1855 by the United States Government, as part of a report on "Explorations and Surveys for a Rail Road Route from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean." The area included on this map goes from the valley of the Green River in the east to the Great Salt Lake in the west. Locations of proposed railway lines are clearly marked, as well as trails used by emigrants moving to California. Salt Lake City is shown by the shore of the Great Salt Lake, and smaller settlements north and south of the city are also shown. The photo at the bottom of this listing is a close-up of the area around Salt Lake City. Unfortunately it is out of focus, but my digital camera will not allow me to take a clearer image. The text to the left of the city reads "Great Salt Lake City. 1854 May 5-6. Magn. Var. 15-34." Below the city, the settlements of Cottonwood Village and Willow Spring are included. The lines running through and next to the city are proposed railroad routes and the "Salt Lake Road." This map is in very good condition, with beautiful modern hand watercoloring. It is printed on thin paper that was originally folded into the government report. The creases along the original folds are slightly browned, but they are not visually distracting. The creases are not torn or splitting. The left margin of this map has been extended with acid-free paper to facilitate framing. The extension is in the margin only; all of the map image and border is original. 20" x 23" $250
Detailed 1901 Railroad Map of Utah. 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.
18x27 in. $100
1887 Scenes in Utah. Nine hand colored antique engravings from Harper's Weekly, showing scenes in the state of Utah. Most views are of the salt mining industry and Mormon buildings in the Great Salt Lake region. 11x16 in. $60
1870: Gambling in Promontory Point Utah. Two engraved images from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, showing the flourishing gambling houses in Promontory Point Utah. 11x16 in. $30
Beautiful 1872 map of Utah. Published by Asher & Adams in the New Statistical and Topographical Atlas of the United States. Original hand coloring. 17.5x24.5 in. $150
1935 Rand McNally Standard map of Utah. Showing railraod lines, county borders and population density. Map is in excellent condition.
1884 Railroad and County map of Utah done by A. A. Grant of New York. Old county borders, meridians, cities, towns and even post offices are all shown on this map. There is great topographical detail as well names of mountians, valleys and deserts. The state border is highlighted in a pale red. A simple reference grid is contained in the border. 23x17 in. $100
1871 Pictures of Brigham Young, Daniel H. Wells, George A. Smith. Hand colored engraved images titled, "Among the Mormons, Brigham Young, Daniel H. Wells and George A. Smith," from the Graphic. Shows pictures of Brigham Young, Daniel H. Wells and George A . Smith.
11 x 16in $50
1886 Picture of Salt Lake City, Utah. Hand colored antique engraved image titled, "Salt Lake City," drawn F. J. Monsen & Company from Harper's Weekly. Shows scene of Salt Lake City, Utah. 11 x 16in. $80
1867: Overland Pony Exprss, Utah. Original Harper's Weekly (1867). Overland Pony Express, Ute Indians and Squaws and Snake Indians. Color: Water Color. Type: Wood Engraving. 11x16 in. $40
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