New York: Published by John Reid, 1796. First Edition. The Reid atlas is the second strictly American Atlas... Read More
Washington, D.C: GPO, 1912. First edition.
London: H. Moll, 1732-35.
n.p: Ca. 1600 or later.
Pennsylvania: Ca. 1810. Original Hand-drawn Map of the World, Ca. 1810. A meticulous and carefully-drawn map, the delicate outlines and tiny lettering making a production of enormous charm, the creation of a young lady of about twelve years.
[Paris: Chez le Cen. Lamarche], l'An 3 . 1797 Map of America. Shows towns of Savannah, Charleston, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Capes May, Henri, Hatteras, Fear and Carteret, and areas of Texas and Lower California. The territories of Nouveau Méxique, Louisiane, Floride and Nouvelle Angleterre are marked from the North American...
Strassberg: Ca. 1561 or later.
London: Published by Wm. Faden, October 1, 1792.
New York: May 7, 1819. Manuscript Map of a Block in Old New York, 1819. Mr. Gardner's block, on Manhatten's Lower East Side, is bounded by Norfolk, Stanton, Suffolk and Rivington Streets, and consists of 32 numbered parcels of surveyed land, 16 fronting on Norfolk Street and 16 on Suffolk...
Amsterdam: Ottens, c. 1730.
Chicago: Harvard University Press, 1926. First edition.
Philadelphia: Published by the Author; T.H. Palmer, Printer, 1816. Enlarged edition.
[Ca. 1595-1609: this copy with the inscribed date 1595]. Fine Mercator Map of Russia. An extremely decorative and historic map, showing Scandinavia, Russia, and the regions directly south of the Crimea.
Mexico: Tipografia Mexicana, Calle de cadena núm. 3, 1871.
St. Louis: Higgins & Co, Publishers, 1895.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co, 1852. Mitchell & Sons first published their NEW UNIVERSAL ATLAS in 1846 (having acquired Tanner’s NEW UNIVERSAL ATLAS in 1845) and printed it several times subsequently until 1850 when the firm sold the rights to Cowperthwait & Co. of Philadelphia, who published it until 1856...
London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, n.d. Eighteenth Edition.
[London: John Bowles, n.d., ca. 1730’s]. An undated broadside advertisement by publisher John Bowles for an edition of Herman Moll's atlas THE WORLD DESCRIBED, listing the 28 maps contained therein and advertising 5 other cartographic works printed by Bowles. This broadside is sometimes found pasted in copies of the atlas...
New Haven: Printed and Published by Nathan Whiting, 1823. Originally published as “The American Gazetteer” in 1797.
Troy, New York: Printed by Parker and Bliss, 1814. With the early printed booklabel reading “The Property of William Carpenter, Rehoboth, Mass. 18” (with the “14” filled in in ink with inked price).
Boston: Redding & Co.; New York:Clark, Austin & Co, 1849. Each of the railroad lines is identified.
Augsburg: Tobias Conrad Lotter, 1777. This map is Lotter's German edition of Sauthier's map of 1776 done by William Faden.
1910. A few light penciled notes, some of which have been erased, showing mostly measurements.
New York: Printed by Shepard Kollock, 1786. Republished by John Doggett Jr, 1851. Reissue of the very scarce 1786 edition.
New York: Published by J. Disturnell, 1842. Detailed insets of New York with part of Brooklyn and Williamsburg, the vicinity of New York and the St. Lawrence River.