Antique Military Maps and Views > Civil War (19)
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Model # USA288
United States of North America (Eastern & Central) - Maker: Ettling/Weekly Dispatch
Hand colored antique map of the eastern and central US by Ettling, published in the Weekly Dispatch Atlas, 1863. The coloring of this map shows the Confederate states in the south as green, the "Border States" are orange, and the Federal states are pink (called red in the key). On this map New Mexico is shown above Arizona and, notably, Arizona is not shown as a Confederate territory, which it did become for a brief time in 1862. Other features of this map include a large Washington state that stretches to Utah, a huge Dakota that spans from Washington to Minnesota and a Nebraska that is equally large. This map is in two sheets that can be joined (contact us if you with us to join them when you purchase them). Good condition with some edge wear, a tightly cropped left margin, and some light foxing. Each sheet measures approx. 17 x 12.5 inches to the neat lines.
Price: $175.00 Date: 1863
1863Ettling/Weekly Dispatch$175.00

Model # MAT080
Map of the Vicinity of Richmond and the Peninsular Campaign in Virginia - Maker: Johnson and Ward
Antique hand colored Civil War Map of the Vicinity of Richmond, McClellen's Campaign in Virginia, colorful map with border, hand colored. From Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World published in 1864. approx. 17 1/2" x 26", fair to good antique condition, folded as issued, with toning at edges outside of border and several very small holes at center fold.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1864
1864Johnson and Ward$125.00

Model # CIV017
High Bridge and Farmville - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique uncolored Civil War battle map by Bien and published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the area where the Battle of High Bridge, which consisted of two engagements, took place. It occurred at the bridge called High Bridge over the Appomattox River near Farmville, Virginia. This map is dated 1867. Very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. Measures approx. 21.5 x 30 inches to the neat line.
Price: $225.00 Date: 1867
1867Bien / US War Dept$225.00

Model # CIV018
Harpers Ferry - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the area where the Battle of Harpers Ferry took place in what is now West Virginia. This map is dated 1867 and possibly by Bien, although the lithographer is not specifically noted. Very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. Measures approx. 22 x 26.5 inches to the neat line.
Price: $425.00 Date: 1867
1867Bien / US War Dept$425.00

Model # CIV019
Totopotomoy - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the area where the Battle of Totopotomoy Creek, also known as the Battle of Bethesda Church, Crumps Creek, Shady Grove Road, and Hanovertown, took place in Hanover County, Virginia. This map is dated 1867 and possibly by Bien, although the lithographer is not specifically noted. Very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. It has a closed tear on the lower left side. Measures approx. 20 x 32 inches to the neat line.
Price: $225.00 Date: 1867
1867Bien / US War Dept$225.00

Model # CIV020
Petersburg and Five Forks - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map by Bien and published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the area where the Battle of Five Forks took place, southwest of Petersburg, Virginia. This map is dated 1867. Very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. It has a closed tear on the right side. Light strike. Measures approx. 21.5 x 33.5 inches to the neat line.
Price: $275.00 Date: 1867
1867Bien / US War Dept$275.00

Model # CIV021
Spottsylvania Court House - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map by Bien and published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the field where the Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse took place in Virginia. The battle, which ended in stalemate, included a brutal 20-hour struggle over a section of the Confederate defenses that became known as the "Bloody Angle". The site of the Bloody Angle and other portions of the battlefield are preserved as part of Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County Battlefields Memorial National Military Park. This map is dated 1867. Very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. It has a closed tear on the right side. Measures approx. 19.5 x 31 inches to the neat line.
Price: $275.00 Date: 1867
1867Bien / US War Dept$275.00

Model # CIV022
Fredericksburg - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the area where the Battle of Fredericksburg and the Second Battle of Fredericksburg took place in and around Frederickburg, Virginia. This map is dated 1867 and possibly by Bien, although the lithographer is not specifically noted. Very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. It has a repair on the lower right. Measures approx. 31 x 21.5 inches to the neat line.
Price: $275.00 Date: 1867
1867Bien / US War Dept$275.00

Model # CIV023
Antietam - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map by Bien and published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the area where the Battle of Antietam, also known as the Battle of Sharpsburg, took place in Maryland. This map is dated 1867. Very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. Measures approx. 22 x 25.5 inches to the neat line.
Price: $525.00 Date: 1867
1867Bien / US War Dept$525.00

Model # CIV024
The Wilderness - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map by Bien and published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the area where the Battle of the Wilderness, between Generals Grant and Lee, took place in Spotsylvania and Orange Counties, Virginia. This map is dated 1867. Good to very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. It has some surface soiling and some closed tears. Measures approx. 30 x 18.5 inches to the neat line.
Price: $275.00 Date: 1867
1867Bien / US War Dept$275.00

Model # CIV025
Cold Harbor - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map by Bien and published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the area where the Battle of Cold Harbor took place in Hanover County, Virginia. It was one of the final battles of Union Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's Overland Campaign, and is remembered as one of American history's bloodiest, most lopsided battles. Thousands of Union soldiers were killed or wounded in a hopeless frontal assault against the fortified positions of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee's army. This map is dated 1867. Very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. It has a closed tear on one side. Measures approx. 20 x 32.5 inches to the neat line.
Price: $225.00 Date: 1867
1867Bien / US War Dept$225.00

Model # CIV026
Richmond - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the area of Richmond, Virginia, which served as the capital of the Confederate States of America for almost the whole of the American Civil War. Due to its symbolic and strategic importance to the Confederate war effort, it was the target of numerous attempts by the Union Army to seize possession of the capital, most notably during the Peninsula Campaign of 1862 and the Overland Campaign of 1864. The city finally fell to Union forces on April 3, 1865. This map is dated 1867 and possibly by Bien, although the lithographer is not specifically noted. Very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. It has a closed tear on one side. Some surface soiling. Measures approx. 21.5 x 33 inches to the neat line.
Price: $425.00 Date: 1867
1867Bien / US War Dept$425.00

Model # MWE153
G.A.R. (Grand Army of the Republic) Booklet, Map of Illinois Central Railroad - Maker: Matthews/Northup
Annual encampment booklet published by the Illinois Central Railroad and dedicated to the GAR, includes engraved color map of the railroad from New Orleans to St. Louis and farther north to Sioux City, Iowa, Chicago, Illinois and Cincinnati, Ohio, with large inset of St. Louis, and marked sites of all Civil War battlefields. Booklet contents include a timeline of battles and casualties for the Civil War and other items such as "Places of Amusement" in St. Louis and a description of the "great steel bridge over the Mississippi." Good condition, map measures 13.5 x 14 inches, folded into booklet measuring 7.25 x 3.75 inches.
Price: $185.00 Date: 1887
1887Matthews/Northup$185.00

Model # USA003
United States - Maker: Bien
Printed color antique map by Julius Bien & Co. at the turn of the century, part of a series of maps of the nation as it was torn apart during the Civil War; titled "Map of the United States of America, Showing the Boundaries of the Union and Confederate Geographical Divisions and Departments, Dec. 31, 1860", from the "Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-65," the map depicts South Carolina as the sole seceding state; as a whole, the series also clearly charts a young and growing nation, including railroads, mail routes, the Pony Express route, the Oregon Trail, military headquarters, and topographical features. Very good overall antique condition, with minor toning and edge tears, measures approx. 16.5 x 27.75 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1891
1891Bien$150.00

Model # CIV014
Plat Showing the Position of the Army of the Tennessee Under Command of Maj. Gen. O. O. Howard During the Battle of Bentonville, N.C., March 20th and 21st, 1865. - Maker: Bien
Antique printed color civil war map cut from a page in the Bien, 1891 atlas. Includes topographical detail, as well as the locations of roads and buildings (with the property owners' names.) Very good overall antique condition with mild toning throughout, and very minor foxing. Page measures approximately 6.25" x 8" in total.
Price: $30.00 Date: 1891
1891Bien$30.00

Model # CIV007
Yorktown and Gloucester, Virginia - Maker: Bien
Civil War map of Yorktown, and Gloucester, VA., May 4, 1862 , Yorktown with the Approaches, April, 1862, General McClellan, Reconnaissance of Red Redoubt Group, May 4th, 1862, plate XV, showing positions of Union and Confederate Troops, Plate XV. Good to very good condition, 16 x 27 inches.
Price: $70.00 Date: 1895
1895Bien$70.00

Model # CIV008
Southeastern Virginia and Fort Monroe Civil War Map - Maker: Bien
Part of the Map of the Military Department Southeastern Virginia and Fort Monroe, Civil War map, showing positions of Union and Confederate Troops, includes railroads, rivers, roads, Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Petersburg, from the War Department August, 1861, Plate XVI, good to very good condition, some margin wear, 16 x 27 inches.
Price: $95.00 Date: 1895
1895Bien$95.00

Model # CIV009
Southeastern Virginia and Fort Monroe Civil War Map - Maker: Bien
Southeastern Virginia and Fort Monroe showing approaches to Richmond and Petersburg, 1861 with insets of Lee's Mill, VA, 1862, includes Richmond and Petersburg, Plate XVII. Civil war map, showing positions of Union and Confederate Troops, is in good to fair condition with paper loss, seam sparation at center fold, tears outside of margin, 16 x 26 inches.
Price: $95.00 Date: 1895
1895Bien$95.00

Model # MAT205
Robert E. Lee 1807-1870 - Maker: Karl Smith
Antique printed color pictorial map of parts of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and a bit of Pennsylvania showing the life of Robert E. Lee. Featuring vignettes of places and events in his life. Also includes a genealogical chart, an outline of his life, and a list of significant events in the Civil War. Very good condition with bright original color. Approx. 19 x 25 inches to the edges of the decorated border.
Price: $225.00 Date: 1949
1949Karl Smith$225.00

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Antique Military Maps and Views > Civil War (19)
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Model # MAT169
Bird's Eye View of the Seat of War arranged after the latest surveys, showing views of Washington… *****SOLD***** - Maker: Prang
Antique, printed color bird's eye view map of the area near Chesapeake Bay and Potomac River with Washington DC near the center. Also shows Baltimore, Harpers Ferry, Richmond, Manassas Junction, Fort Monroe, Norfolk Harbor, the rail road connections and the general surface of the country in Maryland, District of Columbia, and Virginia. Also Petersburgh. Shows the seat of war of the Civil War. Published and Litho'd by Prang, 1861. Good antique condition with a moderate water stain at top. Currently framed, but will be sold unframe. Priced as-is. Please forgive the slight glare on the glass in the photos.
Price: Date: 1861
1861Prang

Model # CIV002JR
Colton's United States showing the Military Stations, Forts, &c. For Victors History of the Southern Rebellion. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Colton
Antique hand colored map of the United States, East of the Rockies, Civil War situation, for Victors History of the Southern Rebellion. Very good overall antique condition, matted, 15 x 17 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1862
1862Colton

Model # TOW125
Charleston and Its Environs. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Panoramic Bird's Eye View of Charleston, South Carolina, and Environs at the time of the Civil War, with numbered key to major points of interest. Very good condition, matted, 9.25 x 14 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1863
1863Harper's Weekly

Model # USA220
Johnson's New Military Map of the United States Showing the Forts, Military Posts &c. with Enlarged Plans of Southern Harbors, From Authentic Data Obtained by the War Department, Washington. ***SOLD** - Maker: Johnson & Ward
Antique hand colored map of the United States published in the height of the Civil War, 1864, by Johnson & Ward. The large map of the US features a large Idaho that includes Montana and Wyoming, North and South Dakota are one large Dakota, and Arizona stretches west into what is now southern Nevada including the area of Las Vegas. Nine inset maps show important harbors: Baltimore and Vicinity, Washington and Vicinity, Hampton Roads and Norfolk Harbor Virginia, Charleston Harbor South Carolina with Fort Sumter, Savannah River, Key West Florida, Entrance to Pensacola Bay Florida, Mobile Bay Alabama, New Orleans and Delta of Mississippi Louisiana. Decorative border. Good condition with some spots, some tears in the margins, and slightly close upper and lower margins. Approx. 17.25 x 23.75 inches to the outer border edge. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1864
1864Johnson & Ward

Model # CIV005
Military Map Showing the Marches of the United States Forces under the Command of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman, U.S.A. during the years 1863, 1864, 1865*****SOLD***** - Maker: Kossak
Antique hand colored map by the United States War Department, drawn by Captain William Kossack, showing central and east United States with the lines of Sherman's Marches. Extraordinary detail of water bodies, landforms, routes, towns and cities, as well as the military marches. This antique map has been professionally restored, cleaned, de-acidified and backed. It is intact and in overall Very good overall antique condition, there is some paper loss to the right, near the title. Priced as is. Measures approx. 21.5 x 37 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1865
1865Kossak

Model # USA171
Map of the Seat of War to Accompany the American Conflict-Civil War *****SOLD***** - Maker: Case
Antique hand colored map of the American South showing the movements of troops in the American Civil War. This map was originally folded and published by O.D. Case & Co. in 1866. Includes State capitals, forts, battle fields, military routes of both infantry and cavalry, rail roads, and canals. The red square shows the District of Columbia with Washington at the center. Map has bee restored and rebacked. Very good antique condition with some paper loss at fold lines, see photos. approx. 25.5 x 36.5 inches **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1866
1866Case

Model # USA004
United States ***SOLD*** - Maker: Bien
Printed color antique map by Julius Bien & Co. at the turn of the century, part of a series of maps of the nation as it was torn apart during the Civil War; titled "Map of the United States of America, Showing the Boundaries of the Union and Confederate Geographical Divisions and Departments, June 30, 1862", from the "Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-65," the map shows in great detail the extent of both the Union and Confederacy at that time, and includes notes on the positions of the Army of the Potomac and the Army of Northern Virginia; as a whole, the series also clearly charts a young and growing nation, including railroads, mail routes, the Pony Express route, the Oregon Trail, military headquarters, and topographical features. Very good overall antique condition, with minor toning, measures approx. 16.5 x 27.75 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1891
1891Bien

Model # USA005
United States ***SOLD*** - Maker: Bien
Printed color antique map by Julius Bien & Co. at the turn of the century, part of a series of maps of the nation as it was torn apart during the Civil War; titled "Map of the United States of America, Showing the Boundaries of the Union and Confederate Geographical Divisions and Departments, June 30, 1864", from the "Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-65," the map shows the positions of the Union (Meade and Sherman) and Confederate (Lee and Johnston) armies, and the fact that by the middle of 1864 the Yankees were making headway in their fight to preserve the union ; as a whole, the series also clearly charts a young and growing nation, including railroads, mail routes, the Pony Express route, the Oregon Trail, military headquarters, and topographical features. Very good overall antique condition, with minor toning, measures approx. 16.5 x 27.75 inches.
Price: Date: 1891
1891Bien

Model # USA006
United States ***SOLD*** - Maker: Bien
Printed color antique map by Julius Bien & Co. at the turn of the century, part of a series of maps of the nation as it was torn apart during the Civil War; titled "Map of the United States of America, Showing the Boundaries of the Union and Confederate Geographical Divisions and Departments, Dec. 31, 1864", from the "Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-65," the map shows that Sherman had succeeded in his march to the sea and was located in Savannah, Georgia; as a whole, the series also clearly charts a young and growing nation, including railroads, mail routes, the Pony Express route, the Oregon Trail, military headquarters, and topographical features. Very good overall antique condition, with minor toning, measures approx. 16.5 x 27.75 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1891
1891Bien

Model # CIV015
Map of the Environs of Petersburg, VA., from the Appomattox River to Ft. Howard, Showing the Positions of the Intrenched Lines Occupied by the 9th Army Corps, A.P., During the Siege. ***SOLD*** - Maker: Bien
Antique printed color civil war map cut from a page in the Bien, 1891 atlas. Includes roads, railroads, bodies of water, and the locations of forts, division headquarters, etc. Very good overall antique condition with mild toning throughout, and very minor image overlay. Page measures approximately 10" x 7.25" in total. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1891
1891Bien

Model # CIV006
Siege of Yorktown, Shiloh Battle and Army of Ohio ***SOLD*** - Maker: Bien
Siege of Yorktown, April and May, 1862, Bernard and Humphries, Battle-Field of Shiloh, April 6th and 7th, 1862, Buell, Topographic Sketch of Operations of the Army of the Ohio, April-June, 1862, Plate XIV, Civil War map, showing positions of Union and Confederate Troops, good antique condition, some margin wear, repaired tears beyond margin, 16 x 27 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1895
1895Bien

Model # CIV010
Richmond, VA Battle-Grounds and Williamsburg Rebel Works ***SOLD*** - Maker: Bien
Battlegrounds in the vicinity of Richmond, VA, 1862 and 1863, and Rebel Works in front of Williamsburg, May 1862, showing positions of Union and Confederate Troops, Plate XX, with printed signature of Robert E. Lee. Good to very good condition with minor margin wear, 16 x 27 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1895
1895Bien

Model # CIV011
Milliken's Bend, LA, Jackson, Miss. And Siege of Vicksburg, Miss. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Bien
Map of the Country between Milliken's Bend, LA, and Jackson, Miss., routes followed by the Army of Tennessee under the commend of Major General U.S. Grant, April and May 1863, and Map of the Siege of Vicksburg, Miss, Civil War map, Plate XXXVI, good to very good condition, 16 x 27 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1895
1895Bien

Model # CIV012
Chancellorsville, Salem Church, Fredericksburg, and Dranesville, VA *****SOLD***** - Maker: Bien
Sketch of the Battles of Chancellorsville, Salem Church and Fredericksburg, Virginia May 2, 3, and 4, 1863 under Robert E. Lee, and Map of the Action at Dranseville, VA, Plate XLI, good to very good condition, 16 x 27 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1895
1895Bien

Model # CIV001
Battle of Wilson's Creek or Oak Hill, Near Springfield, MO. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Unknown
Detailed double page engraving in Very good overall antique condition, outlining Wilson's Creek Battle, August 10, 1861, United States Troops under General Lyon and General Sigel. Confederates Under General McCulloch and General Price. From Descriptions of the Civil War, 17" x 23".*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1898
1898Unknown

Model # CIV003
Battle of Pittsburgh Landing (Shiloh), near Corinth, Tenn., between the Confederate Forces Commanded by Generals A.S. Johnson and Beauregard and the Union Forces under Command of Generals Grant and Bu - Maker: Nast
Large black and white antique illustration of the Battle of Shiloh, from a sketch by Thomas Nast. Very good overall antique condition, 14.5 x 42.5 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1898
1898Nast

Model # CIV013
The Battlefield of Gettysburg- July 1st 2nd And 3rd 1863 ***SOLD*** - Maker: Tipton & Blucher
Antique printed color map showing the area where the Battle of Gettysburg took place during the American Civil War in 1863. Published by Tipton and Blocher, 1912. Map is very detailed and includes the locations of different divisions and cavalries, as well as railroads, topographical detail, and streets. With folds, as issued. Good overall antique condition with toning throughout, some tearing of the edges, and minor image overlay. Measures approximately 16" x 11" to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1912
1912Tipton & Blucher

Model # CIV004
Peoples Pictorial Edition, The Blue and Gray, A History of the Conflicts During Lee's Invasion and Battle of Gettysburg*****SOLD***** - Maker: Prof. J. Warren Gilbert
Charming antique book on the Civil War, also "Containing Colored Maps and Complete Roster of the Two Armies, and Being for the Most Part Contributions by Union and Confederate Officers Condensed and Arranged for Popular Reading." Fragile cover, can be secured, includes map inside of Gettysburg and vicinity. Book measures 9 x 6.25 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1922
1922Prof. J. Warren Gilbert

Model # CIV016
Map of the Field of Shiloh ****SOLD**** - Maker: Bien / US War Dept
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map by Bien and published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the field where the Battle of Shiloh, also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing, took place in southwestern Tennessee. This map does not have a printed date but is circa 1867. Very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. It has a closed tear on the right side. Measures approx. 17.5 x 24.5 inches to the neat line. ***SOLD***
Price: Date: c. 1867
c. 1867Bien / US War Dept

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