New York: Published by John Reid, 1796. First Edition. The Reid atlas is the second strictly American Atlas... Read More
Washington, D.C: Government Printing Office, 1904.
Paris: Publiée par le Depôt de la Guerre; Imprimerie chez Kppelin, 1856. French Colonization. French colonization. In 1830 the French had conquered Algeria and begun colonization primarily with the Governor-Generalship form of goverment backed by the Ministry of War. The printed paper label reads "Imprimerie, Librairie et Papeterie/ de Dubois.....
Paris: Desnos, 1764.
[Amsterdam: c. 1596]. A very attractive plate of Ascension Island from van Linschoten's celebrated Itinerario.
[Paris: P. Didot l'ainé, 1808].
[London: 1983]. Special Collector's edition for the Royal Geographical Society of the Times Atlas of the World.
London: Printed for W. Peacock and Sons, 1802. The Third edition, Correceted and Considerably enlarged. With a fine folding map of New Holland and New Zealand and a separate one of Polynesia including the Sandwich Islands.
New York: Published by Beers, Comstock & Cline, 1873. With property owners and list of Southampton merchants, boarding houses, and other sites of interest.
London: Ward, Lock, & Tyler.
Paris: A. Taride, [c. 1920]. Cycling and Autoroute Map.
Paris: J. Guerin et Nyon Fils, 1751. Sixth edition. Nicolas Bion (c. 1652-1733) was the chief instrument maker to the French King.
Amsterdam: [c. 1670.
Boston: Baker & Tilden, 1866.
Lancaster: D.S. Bare, 1864. SECOND COUNTY ATLAS. This is among the earliest American county atlases issued, the first of which was published in 1862 by Bridgens with Lawrence Fagan. This is the second atlas of an individual county.
New York: published by William Burgess Juvenile Emporium [R. & G. Wood, Printers], 1831. First edition. Costume Plates.
Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1836.
Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, Publisher, 1907. Third Revised and Augmented Edition.
[N.p.]: Privately printed by William F. Fell Co, 1929. No. 19 of 150 copies. With excerpts from Eden's translation of Peter Martyr's version of Pigafetta's Journal.
London: Henry Stevens, Son & Stiles, 1900. First edition.
New York: Phelps & Watson, Publishers, 16 Beekman St, 1864. Rare and Fragile Civil War Map. Fragile and very scarce map from the Civil War, this copy being issued after May, 1864, as the final entry on the accompanying booklet listing skirmishes concludes with 'spotsylvania, Pa." The map itself locates...
Gotha: Justus Perthes, 1832. Siebente, vermehrte Auflage. Contents: I. Orbis veteribus notus. II. Terra inter Euphratem et Indum antiqua. III. Asia minor et Syria. IVa. Palaestina et Aegyptus. IVb. Palaestina. V. Africa et Arabia. VIa. Graecia, Epirus, Macedonia, Thracia. VIb. Graecia. VIIa. Italia superior et Corsica. VIIb. Italia inferior, Sicilia...
Lugduni: Apud Antonii Laurens, 1666. Originally published in 1624. North America is described on pages 407 to 417.
New York: Samuel N. Gaston, 1857. First edition. Morse & Gaston's Diamond American Atlas - in Gift Binding.
Baltimore: George M'Dowell & Son, 1832. First edition. Includes Michigan Territory, North-West Territory, Arkansas Territory, Missouri Territory, and Oregon.
Philadelphia: Published by Jacob Johnson & Co, 1805. First Edition.