1816 Carrigain Wall Map of New Hampshire
Code: NewHampshire-carrigain-1814
Price: $9,500.00
AddDate: Sun, 24 Mar 2013 00:52:30
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/carrigain.txt
Cartographer 2: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/merrill.txt
Condition: Very good condition. Map has been professionally restored, backed with fresh linen, and reattached to original rollers.
Date: 1816 (dated 1814)
Height: 60.5
Note: 'The Carrigain Map' is the most important American map of New Hampshire ever published.
References: Rumsey 2303.000. Stark, Mica B., 'The Making of the Carrigain Map of New Hampshire, 1803-1816,' in Historical New Hampshire, vol. 52, nos. 3 & 4 (Fall/Winter 1997), pp. 79-95.Bent, A. H., Bibliography of the White Mountains, 84. Cobb,D. H., New Hampshire Maps to 1900: An Annotated Checklist, #91. Ristow, W., American Maps and Mapmakers: Commercial Cartography in the Nineteenth Century, p. 96. Phillips (America) 479.
Title: New Hampshire by Recent Survey Made Under the Supreme Authority and Published according to Law by Philip Carrigain Consellor at Law and late Secretary of the State. / New Hampshire To his Excellency Jon Taylor Gilman Esq. and to the Honourable the Legislature of the State of New Hampshire this Map commenced under their Auspices and matured by their Patronage is most respectfully inscribed by their Obliged Servant Philip Carrigain.
Width: 46.5
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1796 Bowles One Sheet Map of New England
Code: NewEngland-bowlescarver-1796
Price: $9,500.00
AddDate: Tue, 31 Mar 2015 14:05:00
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/bowles.txt
Condition: Very good. Original platemark visible. Blank on verso.
Date: 1796 (undated)
Height: 25.5
Note: A rare and important Post-Revolutionary War Era map of New England. One of the first maps to recognize Vermont as a state.
References: Tooley, R. V., The Mapping of America, (Stevens and Tree), 32f. McCorkle, B. B, New England in Early Printed Maps 1513 - 1800, #765.1. Library of Congress, G3720 178- .B6. Fite, Emerson David and Freeman, Archibald (eds.), A Book of Old Maps, Delineating American History from the Earliest Days down to the Close of the Revolutionary War, #60. Baynton-Williams, Ashley, Printed Maps of New England to 1780, (www.MapForum.com, issue no. 15), item #1765:01f. Cobb, 'Vermont Maps Prior to 1900,' Vermont History, vol. XXXIX no. 3-4 (1971), item #45.
Scale: 1 : 800000
Tags: Bowles, American Revolutionary War, Bowles and Carver, Vermont
Title: Bowles's New One-Sheet Map of New England; comprehending the Provinces of Massachusets Bay And New Hampshire; with the Colonies of Connecticut & Rhode Island; Divided into their Counties, Townships &c. Together with an Accurate Plan of the Town, Harbour and Environs of Boston.
Width: 20.5
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1784 Chodowiecki Cards Depicting the American Revolutionary War (12 Cards)
Code: AmericanRevolutionaryWarCards-chodowiecki-1784
Price: $8,000.00
AddDate: Sun, 24 Mar 2013 01:06:50
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/chodowiecki.txt
Cartographer 2: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/berger.txt
Condition: Very good. Mounted on 19th century (easily removable by a restorer) paper with French style manuscript borders. Individual cards exhibit some toning, else fine examples. Given size as depicted above.
Date: 1784 (dated)
Height: 18.5
Note: Among the first printed illustrated views of the American Revolutionary War.
References: Cresswell, D., The American Revolution in Drawings and Prints, p. 125, no. 343. Boston Athenum, Prints and Photographs, AA B64N48 Hi.(no.1). Exhibited in: 'Creating the United States' at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 2011.
Source: Sprengel, Matthias C., Historisches Taschenbuch, (Leipzig: bey Haude & Berlin : von Spener) 1784. Also Issued Independently.
Tags: View, American Revolutionary War, Chodowiecki, Berger, British East India Company, Boston Tea Party, Battle of Lexington, Battle of Bunker Hill, Stamp Act, Second Continental Congress, Battle of Trenton, Evacuation Day
Title: [Scenes from events and battles leading up to and during the American Revolution, 1775-1783, as depicted in 12 illustrations] 
Width: 15.5
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1676 John Speed and Francis Lamb Map of New England and New York
Code: NewEnglandNewYork-johnspeed-1676
Price: $7,900.00
AddDate: Mon, 30 Mar 2015 18:32:00
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/lamb.txt
Cartographer 2: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/bassetchiswell.txt
Cartographer 3: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/speed.txt
Condition: Very good. Extremely minor older centerfold reinforcement to lower margin not affecting printed area. Plate mark visible. English text on verso.
Date: 1676 (undated)
Height: 15.5
Note: Only English map from the Jansson Visscher series. Map reveals the rapid Anglicization of the region following the 1665 British takeover of New Amsterdam / New York City.
References: Burden, P., The Mapping of North America II, #455. McCorkle, B. B, New England in Early Printed Maps 1513 - 1800, #676. New York Public Library, Map Div. 01-5126. Campbell, T., 'The Jansson-Visscher Maps of New England', The Mapping of America (Tooley, R. V.), no. 23.
Scale: 1 : 2250000
Source: Speed, John, Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World, (London: Bassett and Chiswell) 1676.
Tags: Speed, Lamb, Bassett and Chiswell, Colonial America, Lake Iroquois, Jansson-Visscher Series
Title: A Map of New England and New York.
Width: 19
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1676 John Speed Map of America
Code: America-speed-1676
Price: $7,000.00
AddDate: Thu, 05 Mar 2015 17:05:00
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/speed.txt
Cartographer 2: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/goosabraham.txt
Cartographer 3: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/bassetchiswell.txt
Condition: Good condition. Backed on archival tissue. Upper and lower borders Remargined. Minor closed and repaired tear near centerfold.
Date: 1676 (dated 1626)
Height: 16
Note: The first atlas map to show California as an Island.
References: Burden, P., The Mapping of North America, mo. 217, state 4. Tooley, R.V., Mapping of America, page 113.
Scale: 1 : 46000000
Source: Speed, J., A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts fo the World…, (London) 1676.
Tags: Speed, Bassett and Chiswell, Parima, Insular California, Briggs, La Maire, Phantom Islands
Title: America with those known parts in that unknowne world both people and manner of buildings discribed and inlarged by I.S. Ano 1626.
Width: 20.5
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1774 Jefferys and Braddock Mead Map of New England (Most Inhabited Part)
Code: MostInhabitedPartofNewEngland4-jeffreysmead-1774
Price: $7,000.00
AddDate: Fri, 20 Mar 2015 16:26:00
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/meadbraddock.txt
Cartographer 2: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/jefferys.txt
Condition: Very good. Backed with linen. A few professional repairs.
Date: 1774 (dated)
Height: 41
Note: The most important and influential 18th century Colonal Era map of New England.
References: Rumsey 0346.019. Allen, David Yehling ,Long Island Maps and Their Makers, 34-37. Cumming, William P., British Maps of Colonial America, 45-47. Krieger, Alex and Cobb, David, eds., Mapping Boston, 28. Sellers, John R. and Van Ee, Patricia, Maps and Charts of North America, no. 797.
Scale: 1 : 440000
Tags: Braddock Mead, John Green, New England, American Revolutionary War
Title: A Map of the most Inhabited part of New England containing the Provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire, with the Colonies of Connecticut and Rhode Island, divided into Counties and Townships: The whole composed form Actual Surveys and its Situation adjusted by Astronomical Observations.
Width: 40
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1794 Samuel Dunn Wall Map of the World in Hemispheres
Code: World3-dunn-1794
Price: $6,500.00
AddDate: Thu, 25 Jun 2015 15:36:00
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/dunn.txt
Cartographer 2: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/lauriewhittle.txt
Cartographer 3: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/kitchin.txt
Condition: Very good condition. Original fold lines. Blank on verso. Original platemark visible. Wide clean margins. Four sheets joined. Some verso repair and reinforcement.
Date: 1794 (dated)
Drawer: 0
Height: 42
Note: A most impressive 18th century wall map of the world.
References: Rumsey 2310.002, 2310.003, 0411.001, 0411.002, 0411.003, 2310.004. Phillips (Atlases) 4300. National Maritime Museum, 375 (3rd ed. 1801). National Library of Australia, Map Collection, 3258045. New York Public Library, Slaughter Collectoin, Slaughter 1035R; Map Division, Map Div. 02-322.
Scale: 1 : 41000000
Source: Kitchin, Thomas, Kitchin's General Atlas, describing the Whole Universe: being a complete collection of the most approved maps extant; corrected with the greatest care, and augmented from the last edition of D'Anville and Robert with many improvements by other eminent geographers, engraved on Sixty-Two plates, comprising Thirty Seven maps., (Laurie & Whittle, London) 1797.
Tags: Dunn, Laurie and Whittle, Cook
Title: A General Map of the World, or Terraqueous Globe with all the New Discoveries and Marginal Delineations, Containing the Most Interesting Particulars in the Solar, Starry and Mundane System, by Sam. Dunn, Mathematician.
Width: 49
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1866 Cassell Case Map of London, England (monumental)
Code: London-cassell-1866
Price: $6,000.00
AddDate: Fri, 04 Oct 2013 15:42:00
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/cassell.txt
Cartographer 2: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/weller.txt
Cartographer 3: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/dower.txt
Condition: Very good. Dissected and mounted on linen. Comes with custom made book box.
Date: 1866 (undated)
Height: 56
Note: The largest original map of Victorian London obtainable.
References: Hyde, Ralph, Printed Maps of Victorian London, 1851 - 1900, no. 73(6), also pages 15-16.
Scale: 1 : 594000
Tags: London,Victorian London
Title: London.
Width: 77
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1752 De L'Isle Speculative Map of North America, the Arctic, and Siberia  (Sea of the West)
Code: CarteDesNouvellesDecouvertesauNord-delisle-1752
Price: $6,000.00
AddDate: Tue, 17 Dec 2013 15:39:00
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/delisle.txt
Cartographer 2: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/buache.txt
Condition: Very good condition. Some centerfold verso repair and reinforcement. Original pressmark. Wide clean margins. Original color. Blank on verso.
Date: 1752 (dated 1750)
Height: 18.5
Note: A foundational map and the single most influential map of the the Pacific Northwest issued in the middle of the 18th Century.
References: Wagner, H., Cartography of the Northwest Cost of America to the Year 1800, no. 566. Kershaw, K. A., Early Printed Maps of Canada, no 1202. Tooley, R. V., The Mapping of America, plate 103. Cumming, W. P., The Exploration of North America, 1630 – 1776, p. 224-5, plate 360. Schwartz, S., and Ehrenberg, R., The Mapping of America, plate 94. McGuirk, D., The Last Great Cartographic Myth: Mer de L'Ouest, # 17.
Scale: 1 : 21000000
Tags: Delisle, Buache, Sea of the West, Janvier, Admiral de Fonte, Northwest Passage, Muller Peninsula, Gama Land, Compagnie Land, Vitus Bering, Alexei Chirikov, Speculative Cartography, Cornelis Jansz Coen, Maerten de Vries
Title: Carte Des Nouvelles Decouvertes au Nord de la Mer de Sud, tant a l'Est de la Syberie et du Kamtchatka, qu'a L'Ouest de la Nouvelle France.
Width: 25.5
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1635 Blaeu Map of New England and New York (1st depiction of Manhattan as an Island)
Code: NovaBelgicaetAngliaNova3-blaeu-1635
Price: $6,000.00
AddDate: Mon, 08 Sep 2014 10:08:00
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/blaeu.txt
Condition: Very good condition. Minor wear on original centerfold. Blank on verso. Platemark visible. Light verso reinforcement with arcive tissue along centerfold at at edge. Minor closed tear professionally repaired on verso in lower right quadrant.
Date: 1635 (undated)
Height: 15.5
Note: The first map to depict Manhattan as an Island and to illustrate a beaver.
Publication: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/publications/atlasmajorblaeu.txt
References: Burden, P., The Mapping of America: A List of Printed Maps, 1151-1670, 241. Van der Krogt, P. C. J., Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, (3 Vols), 9310. McCorkle, B. B, New England in Early Printed Maps 1513 - 1800, 635.1. Schwartz & Ehrenberg, The Mapping of America, pl. 58. Goss, J., The Mapping of North America: Three Centuries of Map-Making 1500-1860, pl. 2.
Scale: 1 : 3300000
Source: Blaeu, W., Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, sive, Atlas Novus, (Amsterdam) Latin Edition, 1635.
Tags: New York City, Dutch New York, Manhattan, Cape Cod, Blaeu, Long Island
Title: Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova.
Width: 20
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1898 Harry Fenn Original Manuscript View of the Forbidden City, Beijing (Peking) for Harper's Weekly
Code: Peking-harpers-1898
Price: $5,750.00
AddDate: Tue, 02 Apr 2013 18:26:00
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/harpers.txt
Condition: Very good. Attached to original Harper's Weekly presentation board. Accompanied by Harper's Weekly issues that that features it as cover art.
Date: 1898 (dated)
Height: 11.5
Note: One of a kind original pen and ink cover art for Harper's Weekly illustrating the Forbidden City.
Tags: View, Manuscript Map, Harry Fenn, Forbidden City, Harper's Weekly
Title: Coal Hill [Beijing Forbidden City View]
Width: 9.8
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1855 Imray Map Nautical Chart of the East Coast of the United States: New York to Florida
Code: VirginiaCarolinaGeorgia-imray-1855
Price: $4,500.00
AddDate: Sun, 24 Mar 2013 01:04:32
Cartographer: http://www.geographicus.com/mm5/cartographers/imray.txt
Condition: Very good, remarkably so. Minor soiling, right side. Minor verso repair, left side. Occasional manuscript annotation and additional soundings added in pencil. Is much cleaner than image above suggests due to difficulties in imaging such a large piece.
Date: 1855 (dated)
Height: 41
Note: One of only three known examples of this important early chart covering Florida, Virginia, Georgia, New Jersey, and the Carolinas.
Scale: 1 : 750000
Title: Chart of the East Coast of North America, Extending from New York to the Strait of Florida, including Plans on a Large Scale of the Principal Harbors, Drawn chiefly from the Surveys made by order of the United States Government.
Width: 78
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