Map of the Territory of the United States from the Mississippi River to
the Pacific Ocean. 1854-57 Lithographed Overview for the U.S. Railroad
Surveys. Map shows locations, topography, routes, boundaries, and
42 x 37 in. $450
1671 John Ogilby Insulae Americanae
in Oceano Septentrionale cum Terris adiacentibus. Beautiful watercolor
copperplate engraving on handmade paper. This beautiful old map shows
Virginia, Florida, Mexico Central America and the north shore of South
America, including outstanding details on all of the West Indies. Very
good condition with tatters
margins, bright coloring.
14" x 11.5" plus wide margins.
1879 Mitchell's original
hand colored Map of the United States and Territories Together with
Canada & C. Inset of Island of Newfoundland on bottom right.
Entered according to Act of congress in the
Office of the Librarian of
Congress at Washington.
23 x 15 in. $180
Color US Map. John Bartholomew's attractive antique color litho map of
the United States. Also shows Bahamas & Cuba. From Zell's
18x13 in. $100
UNITED STATES FREIGHT TRAFFIC MAP. Detailed large scale old color litho
map by Rand McNally, shows Freight Traffic Associations Territories and
Classification Committees Territories. Official, Western, Canadian,
Mexican and Southern territories.
28" x 21" $60
Amerique Septentrionale, De A. Houze 1840
A very interesting atlas map of North America showing Mexique extending
into the middle of Washington state. This early, engraved map has
original color and shows much of the Artic, including Alaska, the
Northwest Territories and Groenland with part of it as an island. Major
American cities of the time along with Pawnees, Sioux and Algonquin
tribes. From the Atlas of Universal History by Antione Phillipe House.
Condition: Good, some islands have pencil circles around them,
especially Western Antilles, some smudges outside image on the margin.
Size: 13 x 10 in. $250
War Map of U.S. Large color litho map by US Government after the War.
Shows the Military Dept. Divisions at the beginning of the War near the
end of 1860. Especially interesting since it correctly shows South
Carolina as the only confederate state as of that date. 29x18 in. $150
Botanical - Zoological Maps of the USA. These two maps of the United
States were published in Gray's Atlas of 1876. The top map is titled
"Map of the United States Showing the Principal Botanical Divisions."
The bottom map is "Map of the United States Showing the principal
Zoological Divisions. Each botanical and zoological area is identified
by a different color.
14" x 17" $80
Railroad Map of U.S. Scribner & Sons, attractive color litho.
amazing number of old railroad lines shown in red throughout
26x17-1/2 in. $80
Botanical Divisions (US) Map. Regions shown by hand coloring. Divided
into Forest, Prairie, Cactus, etc. Published by O.W. Gray. 17x14-1/2
1873 Large Warren and Beers US Map. Original color. Attractive border
(a few light foxing
spots on oceans).
30x18 in. $150
Color Map of USA - NO RESERVE! Great old color map of the United
States, produced in 1901. Each state in its own color. Shows railroads,
topography, major cities. Inset of Alaska. 99 years old!
22x15 in. $50
1931 Department of the Interior Canada. Map indicating
Automobile Roads between Canada & United States.
40 x 26 1/2 in. $120
1884 MAP OF EASTERN UNITED STATES. Original hand colored antique
English map, showing the eastern United States as far west at Missouri.
attractive antique engraving.
14-1/2" x 12" $80
1860 British Possessions in North America. New York and
New England. Large hand colored English map with insets of Montreal,
Quebec City and Newfoundland.
26x16 in. $150
1850 New England Triangulation Chart. Early chart of the New England
coast. Published in black & white from surveys
taken from 1844 to 1850.
22-1/2x32 in. $120
1892 Population Density Map. Interesting map shows population density
by color. Also shows movement of center of population from 1790 to
1890. (Average density in 1890 was up to almost 21 persons per square
mile!) 21x14 in. $80
1875 Botanical Division Map of U.S. Hand colored for each region. By
Thomas Porter. Printed by Gray.
17x14-1/2 in. $60
1860 Isotherm Chart ( map ) of U.S. Isotherm chart of
northern United States and Canada. Hand colored. By Isaac Stevens,
Governor of Washington Territory.
Published by U.S. War Dept.
29x16 in. $150
1895 Principal Meridian and Baseline Map of U.S. Includes time zones.
In color with four diagrams which show plans for numbering townships
and sections. By J.R. Dunham.
30x18 in. $80
Freight Rate Tariff Areas Map. Color litho map by Rand McNally. Printed
in color by region. All railroads shown. Large
28x21 in. $60
Gray's Geological Map of the United States By Charles H. Hitchcock
PH.D. Professor of Geology in Dartmouth College. Colorful map of the
United States, exhibiting the geological regions, including Ecozoic,
Silurian, Devonian and Lower Carboniferous, Coal Measures and
Permo-Carboniferous, Triassic and Jurassic, Cretaceous, Tertiary,
Alluvium and Volcanic, each coded by color. 1875. Hand colored,
16 1/2 x 27 in. $120
1888 United States Territorial Growth Map. Printed in
color. Inset of Alaska. 13-1/2x11 in. $50
Wealth and Agriculture U.S. Map. Early eastern United States, by
colors. Four maps on one page. Shows concentrations of wealth, and
industries of cotton, tobacco and dairy. Slight stain in upper margin.
Nice border. 14-1/2x17-1/2 in. $80
1875 Rare color Gray's Historical Maps of the United States showing the
Acquisition and Transfer of Territory in center map and the British
Possessions and other historic references showing expansion of the
17-1/2 x 14-1/2 in. $150
C.1870 Color map showing the Territorial Growth in the United States
with an inset bottom left which shows Alaska still being Russian
Territory and the current states in their former ownership. Legend
below shows Cession Boundaries, Military Reservations, Indian
and National Parks.
15 x 9-1/2 in. $60
1876 Botanical - Zoological Maps of the USA. These two
maps of the United States were published in Gray's Atlas of 1876. The
top map is titled "Map of the United States Showing the Principal
Botanical Divisions." The bottom map is "Map of the United States
Showing the Principal Zoological Divisions." Each botanical and
zoological area is identified by a different color.
15" x 17" $100
1850 Cowperthwait color United States map which shows the Gold Regions
of California on bottom left inset and an inset of Washington, D.C. on
bottom right. In this map, the west is mostly still territories. Top
right border has been repaired.
17 x 14 in. $650
1822 Rare color Map of early United States with inset bottom right of
early Florida. Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown,
10 x 8 in. $300
Map of the United States from the 1902 edition of
the People's Atlas. Map shows US territorial acquisitions from 1783
through the Spanish American War in 1898. The 1900 acquisition of part
of the Samoa Islands is also included.
11x13 in. $60
1912 Territorial Map of the United States,
published by the George F. Cram Company of Chicago. This color-coded
map shows the dates of acquisition for each piece of territory in the
continental USA. Inset maps at the bottom show dates of acquisition for
Alaska, the Philippines,
Hawaii, the Panama Canal
Zone, and Puerto Rico.
12x15 in. $50
USA Territory Acquisition Map. Interesting historical map of the United
States, published in 1915 by the Rand McNAlly Co. This map shows the
dates of acquisition for each piece of territory in the continental
USA. Inset maps at the bottom show dates of acquisition for the
Philippines, Hawaii, Guam, Wake Island, the Samoa Islands, Puerto Rico
and Alaska. 11x14 in. $60
Map of the United States by Gray. Interesting map, with original hand
coloring, from O.W. Gray's world atlas of 1875. Each state is
separately colored. Cities, towns, railroad lines and geographical
features are all shown. Very attractive antique map which would look
great in a frame!
17x28 in. $150
Military Map of the United States. This interesting map of the United
States was published in 1863 by Johnson and Ward. The entire title of
the map is "Johnson's New Military Map of the United States Showing the
Forts, Military Posts Etc. with Enlarged Plans of Southern Harbors from
Authentic Data obtained at the War Department Washington." Forts all
over the country (including those in the Western states) are
with a diamond symbol.
18x27 in. $300
Map of New England, New York. Hand colored map from the 1844 edition of
Olney's School Geography, drawn and printed by Sherman & Smith.
Shows the states of New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts,
Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Cities, towns, railroad lines, canals
and geographical features are all shown. Populations of Massachusetts,
Connecticut and Rhode Island are listed in the lower right
12x19 in. $150
War Map: Route to Quebec. This original map, from Marshall's Life of
Washington, is titled "A Map of the Country Which was the Scene of
Operations of the Northern Army; Including the Wilderness through which
General Arnold Marched to Attack Quebec." This refers to Benedict
Arnold's march through the Maine wilderness in the late 1775. The map
covers an area from northern Massachusetts to Quebec City. The area
that is now Vermont is shown as part of New York. The map was printed
by C.P. Wayne of Philadelphia, in 1807.
9x11 in. $225
1880 Western State Map. The United States of North America, Pacific
States. This colored map shows Montana, Utah and Arizona west to the
Pacific coastline. 11x15 in. $60
"Map of the United States Showing Approximately the Productive Areas of
Principal Commercial Staples."Cram map of the United States, country is
divided into regions with the proncipal products of each region printed
on the map image. 12x15 in. $40
map of United States and Territories. Published by Asher &
the New Statistical and Topographical Atlas of the United States.
Original hand coloring. 17.5x24.5 in. $150
1848 North-East United States map. Hand colored English map by Chapman
& Hall. Covers area from Maine to Virginia showing mountain
in the area.
18.5x14.5 in. $150
Map of the Original Thirteen Colonies, published by S. Augustus
Mitchell 1871 based on John Mitchell's Map ot the British &
Dominions. Map is very detailed each state is colored seperately,
Indian Tribes are shown. Settlement dates are shown, population in 1776
is shown & estimated population for 1876 is also shown with a
decorative border surrounding the map. Perfect condition. 15x12 1/2 in.
United States of North America (Western States) from Royal Atlas by
Keith Johnston 1860. Original outline color – most of the West is still
18 x 22 ½ in. $495
1850 Hand colored Lithograph Map of United States and Territories.
Showing all the territories including Nebraska and New Mexico. Ackerman
32 x 44 in. $450
Early Road map of United States 1919. Clason’s Guide Map of the United
States. Shows railroad routes and lists population of large cities and
21 x 36 in. $250
1859 Hand colored lithographed Early Progress Map of the United States
Coast Survey with large inset on left showing a
Sub Sketch Showing the
Progress on the Pacific Coast
of the United States.
26 x 25-1/2 in. $120
1868 Black and white copper engraved Indian Tribe U.S. Map titled,
"Carte des Tribus Indiennes Al'Ouest Du Mississippi."
12 x 8 in. $80
1851 Black and white copper engraved Indian Tribe map of tyhe
mid-United States showing the Boundaries of the Ojibwa, Menomonee,
Winnebago, and Dacotah Tribes of Indians.
13 x 10-1/2 in. $60
1876 Expanion of United States Map by Colton. Six hand
colored engraved maps on one page at various stages of
between 1840 to 1865.
17 x 14 in. $250
The United States of America J.H. Colton 1855 - This is a very fine and
important map of American in 1855, it’s a large and handsome map
(original hand coloring) with Canada as British Possessions in the
west, with upper and lower Canada depicted in the east. The territories
of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Washington are of unusual shape and
large, without Idaho and the Dakota now North and South Dakota.
Oklahoma doesn’t exist its Indian Territory, and Colorado is Colona and
parts of Kanzas. The Sea of Cortez is depicted as the Gulf of
California. Many of the cross country railroads are simply estimated
guesses, obvious when compared to later more accurate maps that show
the railroads. Condition: Very good, some aging color on outside
margins and slight tear extends into bottom
of image and Texas.
size: 28 x 17.5
1939 Ernest Dudley Chase Pictorial lithographed Map of New England States.
Map shows cities, towns, historic sites, landmarks, buildings, animals,
and people doing recreational activities. Artist signature in pencil on
lower left margin. Beautiful compass rose. Map also includes
Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine. Water
damage to left margin, extending slightly into map. In margin, small
of the State Houses.
25 x 19 in. $275
1898 Color Rand, McNally & Co.'s full United States Map, with
inset bottom left of Alaska. Each state
is in another color.
27 x 20-1/2 in. $250
1891 Bradley's Atlas of the World's hand colored map of the United
States, showing Indian Territory, mountain ranges, state capitols, and
other pertinent places.
26 x 19 in. $80
1891 Bradley's Atlas of the World's color Railroad Map of the United
States, Together with Various Steamship Lines
Along the Seaboard.
26 x 19 in. $80
Map of the Western States, 1839 Mitchell. Engraved and originally hand
colored map of the then Western US showing: (Iowa Territory,) Missouri,
(Wisconsin Territory,) Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio and
parts of Western Virginia. This map shows Lake Erie (its length of 270
miles) and all main ports and cities along southern Lake Michigan, some
of lakes Huron and Ontario. Figures attached to rivers indicate their
length. “Engraved to illustrate Mitchell's school and family
geography." Special notes include: locations of steamboat sloop and
ship navigation along with remarkable battle locations depicted with a
flag and the year they took place such as, Perry’s Victory of 1813 just
north of Sandusky City. Condition: Good, very rare, a slight tear at
bottom on fold moteling
and foxing on edges
only outside margins.
size 18 x 12 $180
Renvoi Nos qui son dans la Carte (16 states early French Map) Anonymous
Late 1700’s - Very early small engraved map of Eastern U. S. (Mapmaker
unknown, depicting 16 potential or established American states, (NH,
VT, MA, RI, CT, NY, NJ, PA, DE, MR, VA, SC, NC, GA, KT, TN) original
hand coloring delineates the states. Interesting map depicting Indian
areas forgotten and five great lakes with forts. Florida extends all
the way to the Mississippi River, Michigan, and most of the Midwestern
state do not exist yet, Canadian forts are Toronto and Du Luth.
Condition: Very good, but top margin missing, some light mottling
inside margin above Maine.
Size: 9 x 7 in.
United States, Lewis & Tanner, 1805 - A very small and detailed
early engraved and hand colored map detailing east of the Mississippi
River, showing Mississippi Territory is part of Alabama, pre-Louisiana
Purchase configeration; Kentucky is present. Indian tribes, towns and
topography includes the Appalachian Mountain chain extending into
upstate New York; Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, and Michigan, which
have no boundaries, and Florida extends to New Orleans. Detroit exists
but no Michigan or Illinois yet, the Grand Portage is shown from the
Great Lakes to the Lake in the woods. This is an important map for any
American collector. Condition: Good, three folds barely noticeable,
foxing on margin edges with some water marks inside image.
size 9.75 x 8 image
United States, Melish 1818-1821 - A small and unusual engraved map of
the Eastern U. S. by John Melish uncolored, extends from the Missouri
and then Northwest Territories to the Eastern Seaboard. Wisconsin,
Minnesota and Kansas are not states yet. The map begins at the Gulf of
Mexico and extends to the great lakes and into lower Canada, hachures
depict the extent of the Appalachian Mountain Chain and St Louis is
then a fort. This is plate no 23 from an unknown atlas, Illinois is
shown as a state so the map is later than 1818. Special Note: John
Melish's map of the United States is the single most important and
influential map of America published in the 19th Century and is rivaled
only by John Mitchell's map of North America in 1755 as the single most
influential map in American History. Condition: Very good,
small margins, two small tears on left margin, otherwise not much
browning, or foxing.
size 9.5 x 8 image
1937 Pictorial Map of US Greyhound Lines. "A Good
Natured Map" a cartoon map of bus routes and sight seeing. Comic
19 x 29 in. $450
A Map of the United States by W. Williams for
Lippincott 1854. Shows Eastern U.S. to Texas & Nebraska
Territory. Large inset of the Western Territories plus insets of Cuba,
Havana, and Niagra Falls area. A wonderful map showing pre-Civil war
development. Vibrant orignal outline colors. Some discoloration on
24 1/2 x 29 in. $800
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