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Map of the Day: Finley Map of Connecticut (1827)

September 1st, 2014

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Finley map of Connecticut, with country coloring. Rare stand alone map of Connecticut. Original hand coloring and outlining.

From The A New General Atlas, using a Complete Set of Maps, Representing the Grand Divisions of the Globe, together with the Several Empires, Kingdoms and States in the World.

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Map of the Day: Stieler Map of the German Kingdom (1885)

August 31st, 2014

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Stieler map of Deutschland – Des Deutschen Reich. Original factory outlining and coloring.

From Adolf Stieler’s Handatlas: Uber Alle Theile Der Erde Und Uber Das Weltgebaude. Updated with new findings. The Stieler maps of the late 19th century were known for their high detail and for combining physical and political representations on one sheet in a way similar to contemporary maps today. Published by Gotha, Justus Perthes.

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Map of the Day: Baur map of the Rheinland (1857)

August 30th, 2014

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Commercial and industrial map of the Rheinland, from Baur’s interpretation. Clean and crisp coloring and condition. Factory coloring, early representation of immediate post-hand coloring and factory off-set period.
 
Derived from Atlas fur Handel und Industrie fur Kaufleute, Fabrikanten und Gewerbetreibende. Mannheim, 1857. Fredrich Bassermann and C.F. Baur. The Baur Atlas was one of the first post-1850 atlases to focus exclusively on commercial and industrial development, a popular trend throughout the late 19th and early 20th century.
 
In 4to oblong, 35 cm x 29 cm.

Condition fine.

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Baur map of the Rheinland (1857)

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Map of the Day: Herisson Map of Northern Germany (1806)

August 29th, 2014

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Herisson map of the Northern German Empire. Original hand outlining and coloring.

From Atlas du Dictionnaire de Geographie Universelle: Ancienne, du Moyen Age et Moderne, Comparees. Updated with new findings, additions and supplements from Glot.

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Map of the Day: Columbian Map of Sugar and Drink (1893)

August 28th, 2014

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Rathbun map of sugar production and the favorite drinks of 1890. Original factory coloring and outlining.

From The Columbian World’s Fair Atlas.

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Map of the Day: Guthrie Map of Holland (1805)

August 27th, 2014

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Guthrie’s map of Holland. Hand outlining from the period.

Map size 22 cm x 15 cm. Fold as issued. Condition fair to good. Minor tear at fold, minor foxing, toning on the edges and in the fold.

From an Atlas to Guthrie’s Geographical Grammar, 1805. William Guthrie (later engraver for Carey) London, UK. Printed by Walker, Wilkie, and Robinson.

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Guthrie Map of Holland (1805)

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Map of the Day: Andree Map of British North America (1903)

August 26th, 2014

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Andree map of British North America. Extended depiction of the MacKenzie Territory. Original factory outlining and coloring.

From Andrees Allgemeiner Handatlas in 126 Haupt- und 139 Nebenkarten. Updated with new findings by A. Scobel. The Andree maps of the late 19th and early 20th century revolutionized mapmaking as by far the most detailed of the period, and for combining physical and political representations on one sheet in a way similar to contemporary maps today. In particular, Andree’s information on the Pacific and Africa were unsurpassed. Published Bielefeld and Leipzig by Verlag Von Velhagen and Klasing.

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Map of the Day: Johnson Map of Missouri and Kansas (1863)

August 25th, 2014

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Johnson’s map of Missouri and Kansas. Original hand coloring and hand outlining. Steel plate engraved map.
 
From Johnson’s New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World, 1863. A classic atlas from the mid-Civil War period from the United States, first edition 1860 (mainly Colton derived). The 1863 atlas in particular is unique for its amalgamation of earlier Browning and Colton engravings with newer maps holding a revised border design. The Johnson series of maps are known for their detail, rich hand-coloring, relation to the periods of Civil War and American Expansion in the West, and for their vividly American style of cartography.  Mapmaker A.J. Johnson, New York, United States. 
 
Map size 61 cm x 43 cm, center fold as issued with major tear through over half of the fold. Minor toning at edges and in center fold. 

Condition fair to poor.

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Johnson Map of Missouri and Kansas (1863)

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Map of the Day: Lowry Map of France by Provinces (1853)

August 24th, 2014

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Lowry’s Map of France by Provinces. Original hand coloring and outlining.

From Lowry’s Table Atlas: Constructed and Engraved from the Most recent Authorities. By J. W. Lowry, F.R.G.S. Published by Chapman and Hall, Picadilly, London, sometime between 1853 and 1855. Joseph Wilson Lowry was a prolific London cartographer and engraver, later working with Blackie and as the appointed engraver to the Geological Survey of Great Britian and Ireland. Early edition of a classic London series.

Map size 29 cm x 22 cm.

Condition very good. Light toning at edges.

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Lowry Map of France by Provinces (1853)

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Map of the Day: Johnson Map of New Brunswick and Newfoundland (1863)

August 23rd, 2014

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Johnson’s map of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Original hand coloring and hand outlining. Steel plate engraved map.
 
From Johnson’s New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World, 1863. A classic atlas from the mid-Civil War period from the United States, first edition 1860 (mainly Colton derived). The 1863 atlas in particular is unique for its amalgamation of earlier Browning and Colton engravings with newer maps holding a revised border design. The Johnson series of maps are known for their detail, rich hand-coloring, relation to the periods of Civil War and American Expansion in the West, and for their vividly American style of cartography.  Mapmaker A.J. Johnson, New York, United States. 
 
Map size 30 cm x 43 cm. Minor toning at edges of margin. 

Condition very good.

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Johnson Map of New Brunswick and Newfoundland (1863)

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