Map of the Day: Mitchell Map of Massachusetts and Rhode Island (1852)

July 15th, 2014

Miklian Antiquarian Maps Map of the Day

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Mitchell and Cowperthwait map of Massachusetts and Rhode Island, with county coloring. Boston inset. Original hand outlining and coloring.

From A New Universal Atlas of the World, containing maps of the various empires, kingdoms, states and republics of the World. By William Augustus Mitchell, one of the most notable American mapmakers of the 19th century. The early pre-1855 Mitchell editions in particular are prized for their accuracy and rarity, especially in their representations of the American West and Asia. Publisher Thomas, Cowperthwait, and co., Philadelphia.

Map size 43 cm x 35 cm.

Condition good. Minor toning at edges and spotting throughout. Minor bend on one corner (flat). Good candidate for restoration.

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Mitchell Map of Massachusetts and Rhode Island (1852)

Map of the Day: Lobeck and Lotter Map of Burgundische Crais (1762)

July 14th, 2014

Miklian Antiquarian Maps Map of the Day

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Lobeck and Lotter map of Burgundische Crais, with Amsterdam. Original hand outlining and coloring.

From Atlas Geographicus Portatilis XXIX Mappis Orbis Habitibilis Regna Exhibilis. Kurzgefafste Geographie, in fich haltmed einen aneinander hangenden entwurf aller Theile des bewohnten Erdbodens nebit compendieufen Land-Charten, welche einen kleinen Sack-Atlas. By Tobias Lobeck and Tobias Conrad Lotter, Augsburg, 1755 (this edition is likely 1762). Lotter worked for famous mapmaker Seutter, and after his death came out with many of his own atlases. Fine period pocket maps that were more accurate than many of their contemporary peers, although many errors remained.

Map size 12.5 cm x 10 cm.

Condition good to very good. Light toning at edges and in map, paper quality still strong.

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Lobeck and Lotter Map of Burgundische Crais (1762)

Map of the Day: Delamarche Map of Russia in Europe (1858)

July 13th, 2014

Miklian Antiquarian Maps Map of the Day

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Delamarche map of European Russia. Original printing and original hand coloring and outlining.

From Atlas de Geographie: Physique, Politique, et Historique. Published by Librarie Geographique de Aug. Grosslin, successeurs de Delamarche, geographe du roi. Annee Scolaire. by A. Delamarche, 1858.

Map size 44 cm x 29 cm.

Condition very good. Center fold as issued. Minor toning and spotting as seen in image.

Charles Francois Delamarche and his sons Felix and Alexander were three of the most important French mapmakers of the late 18th and early 19th century. Inheriting the mantle from Robert de Vaugondy and Bonne, The Delamarche faily served as the official mapmakers to French royalty and the later geographic society of the republic.

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Delamarche Map of Russia in Europe (1858)

Map of the Day: Vuillemin Map of Greece (1880)

July 12th, 2014

Miklian Antiquarian Maps Map of the Day

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Large, hand-colored map of Greece in 1880. double page, fold at center, no rips or tears, moderate toning.

Map size 45 cm x 33 cm.

by A. Vuillemin, Atlas Migeon Geographie Universelle, 1880 Edition.

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Vuillemin Map of Greece (1880)

Map of the Day: Malte-Brun Map of Ancient World – Ptolemy (1812)

July 11th, 2014

Miklian Antiquarian Maps Map of the Day

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Hand-outlined map of Ancient World according to Ptolemy, single sheet, no rips or tears. Map was previously framed, paper still a strong white for the period.

Map size 33 cm x 25 cm.

by Conrad Malte-Brun, 1812. Atlas Complet du Precis de la Geographie Universelle. Hard to find early edition Malte-Brun map, high quality example from a mapmaker known for high attention to detail. In addition to his status as an important cartographer of the period, Malte-Brun was also a founder and the first secretary of the Societe de Geographie de Paris (1821). His son Victor Adolphe Malte-Brun, also a geographer, concerned himself with the course of African and Arctic exploration.

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Malte-Brun Map of Ancient World - Ptolemy (1812)

Map of the Day: Vuillemin Map of Hautes Pyrenees (1886)

July 10th, 2014

Miklian Antiquarian Maps Map of the Day

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Vuillemin map of the province / department of Hautes Pyrenees, France. Original hand coloring and outlining.

From La France et Ses Colonies, Atlas Illustre. By MM. Vuillemin, L. Thuiller and Ch. Lacoste, under the direction of famous French mapmaker J. Migeon. Publisher J. Genouillac, Paris, 1886. The Vuillemin maps are famous from the period for their quality hand-coloring, extensive depiction of each province of france, attractive vingettes and engravings that accompany the maps, as well as the different fonts used for each province. France’s response to the Johnson and Mitchell maps of the mid-19th century.

Map size 23 cm x 20 cm.

Condition very good+ to fine. Strong strike, and good hand coloring.

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Vuillemin Map of Hautes Pyrenees (1886)

Map of the Day: Delamarche Map of Africa (1858)

July 9th, 2014

Miklian Antiquarian Maps Map of the Day

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Delamarche map of Africa, with Nile River inset. Original printing and original hand coloring and outlining.

From Atlas de Geographie: Physique, Politique, et Historique. Published by Librarie Geographique de Aug. Grosslin, successeurs de Delamarche, geographe du roi. Annee Scolaire. by A. Delamarche, 1858.

Map size 44 cm x 29 cm.

Condition good. Center fold as issued. Minor toning and spotting as seen in image.

Charles Francois Delamarche and his sons Felix and Alexander were three of the most important French mapmakers of the late 18th and early 19th century. Inheriting the mantle from Robert de Vaugondy and Bonne, The Delamarche faily served as the official mapmakers to French royalty and the later geographic society of the republic.

note: the corresponding low-quality image is for informational purpose/identification. We are happy to email a detailed, high resolution image of this item upon request. Bowing and map color shifts are from the photo. Map itself is straight, flat and uniform unless otherwise noted. Digital watermark is for copyright purposes only, and does not appear on map.

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Delamarche Map of Africa (1858)

Map of the Day: VA Malte-Brun Map of Mexico (1861)

July 8th, 2014

Miklian Antiquarian Maps Map of the Day

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Malte-Brun map of Mexico. Original hand outlining and coloring from the period, steel engraved map. 

Map size 31 cm x 22 cm. Condition very good to fine. Minor toning/foxing.

Derived from Atlas de la Geographie Universelle. Nouvelle Edition, 1861. Malte-Brun and M. J. J. N. Huot, Paris. Classic vintage plate from the mid-19th century period. Mapmaker Victor Adolphe Malte-Brun, son of Conrad Malte-Brun, and founder of the French institute Societe de Geographie. VA Malte-Brun was secretary general. 

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VA Malte-Brun Map of Mexico (1861)

Map of the Day: Guthrie Map of Spain and Portugal (1795)

July 7th, 2014

Miklian Antiquarian Maps Map of the Day

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Guthrie map of Spain and Portugal, with Majorca. Original strike and outlining.

From A New Geographical, Historical, and Commercial Grammar and Present State of the Several Kingdoms of the World, illustrated with a correct set of maps by William Guthrie Esq. Published by GG and J Robinson for Charles Dilly, London.

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

July 6th, 2014

Miklian Antiquarian Maps Map of the Day

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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)