Paris: J. Guerin et Nyon Fils, 1751. Sixth edition. Nicolas Bion (c. 1652-1733) was the chief instrument maker... Read More
Philadelphia: Published by Jacob Johnson & Co, 1805. First Edition.
Frederick de Wit, c. 1650.
London: W. Faden, 1780. Second edition.
London: Henry Teesdale, 1837. A fine and attractive atlas, with Maps 35-42 relating to the Americas. The map of Mexico and Guatemala shows the constituent provinces of Mexico on the eve of the Texas rebellion.The finely detailed map of Van Diemen’s Land shows new settlements and mining areas.
Glogau [Polland]: Verlag von Carl Flemming, 1864. 8th edition. Railroads and Steamships.
Amsterdam: c. 1670.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1869. First edition. Colored Mounted Maps.
Weimar: im Verlage des geograph. Instituts, 1817.
Wien: zu finden bey Artaria Compagnie, 1790. Showing poste routes.
Bristol: March 1786. A nice example of an embroidered map sampler, which were an important component of girls' education in Britain and America from 1770-1840. This one meticulously labels all of the English counties, the seas and channels, and includes part of Scotland to the north, and the east coast...
Boston: James B. Dow, 1837. Second edition. 16 Hand-colored maps.
Hartford: F.J. Huntington, 1836.
Boston: Charles J. Hendee, 1836. Eleventh Edition (First 1832). With 16 Maps.
London: Gentleman's Magazine, July 1770. In 1770 the Greeks, with the assistance of the Russians, had rebelled against the Turks. The rebellion was put down.
Liverpool: George Philip and Son Ltd; C. S. Hammond & Co., New York, [ca. 1930's]. Submarine cables noted, as is the demilitarized zone between Greece and Turkey, and railways and steamer routes.
Amsterdam: Blaeu, n.d.
New York: J.H. Colton & Co, 1855. Map No. 30.
London: Printed for A. Millar in the Strand, J. Ward in Cornhill, 1758. The Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged.
Philadelphia: G.M. Hopkins,C.E, 1885.
Philadelphia: G.M. Hopkins,C.E, 1876.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1888. First edition. In an attempt to answer criticisms of "The most incautious linguistic inferences, and the most uncritical cartographical perversions" (points raised by Justin Winsor) Horsford assembles evidence to assert the claim for the antiquity of the Norse presence in America; and rather startlingly, he continues...
Munich: Verlag der Literarische-Artistischen Anstalt, 1840.
London: for Thomas Glass, 1731. Later edition. A generously illustrated manual for the 17th- and18th-century print and map seller, with detailed instructions for the making, printing, and presentation of prints. Originally published in 1652 under the title, A BOOK OF DRAWING, LIMNING, WASHING OR COLORING OF MAPS AND PRINTS, and...
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood, 1855. In the original 10 volume set (1833-1842), this period covered volumes 5 through 10. Complete unto itself.
Hartford, Ct: Press of The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1886. Later printing, first published 1882. A guide book and history abridged from Livermore's HISTORY OF BLOCK ISLAND (1877). With a folding map of the island and numerous wood engravings depicting Monhegan Bluffs and Block Island Bay and illustrated advertisements...