Antique Military Maps and Views > Revolutionary War and Others (28)
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Model # EUR938
Plan of the City of Bouchain situated upon the Rivers Sensette and Scheld in the County of Hainault. - Maker: Rapin
Antique black and white engraved map of Bouchain, a fortified city in northern France, showing walled fort and details of battle plan. Good condition, approx. 14.75 x 18.5 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1745
1745Rapin$150.00

Model # NYO457
Pays Situe entre Frog's Point et Croton River/A Plan of the Country from Frog's Point to Croton River - Maker: Marshall
Marshall's map of the Battle of White Plains, in French, with positions of the American and British armies from October 12 through 28, 1776. Very good overall antique condition, matted, map area measures 16.25 x 8.5 inches.
Price: $250.00 Date: 1812
1812Marshall$250.00

Model # MAT055
Plan of the Investment and Attack of York, Virginia - Maker: Marshall
Antique hand colored map of Revolutionary Yorktown, Virginia, from the Atlas to Accompany Marshall's Life of Washington, 1832, showing positions of the Continental Army under Washington as well as its French allies as they prepared to confront Cornwallis and the British at their installation on the York River. Good antique condition, with some image transferand overall mild toning. Measures approx. 8 x 9 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1832
1832Marshall$150.00

Model # NYO136A
Plan of the Country from Frogs Point to Croton River Shewing the Positions of the American & British Armies from the 12th of Oct. 1776 until the Engagement on the White Plains on the 28th. - Maker: Marshall
Antique hand colored map of the Westchester County, New York, showing the situation during the Revolutionary War, with details of the armies' positions, etc. Published in Marshall's Life of Washington, 1832 edition. Good condition with minor glue stain at center from binding and minor image transfer, 10 x 6.25 inches.
Price: $200.00 Date: 1832
1832Marshall$200.00

Model # SOU260
Map of part of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina & Georgia. Which were the scenes of the Most Important Operations of the Southern Armies. - Maker: Marshall
Antique hand colored map of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia showing important locations in the Revolutionary War. From Marshall's "The Life of Washington" published in 1832. Shows rivers, water bodies, landforms, towns, forts, and roads. Good condition with minor glue stain and minor image transfer, 9 x 6.75 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1832
1832Marshall$125.00

Model # USA054
Map of the Country from Rariton River in East Jersey to Elk Head in Maryland, Shewing the several operations of the American & British Armies, in 1776 & 1777 - Maker: John Marshall
Antique hand colored map of the Revolutionary War situation on the New Jersey and Pennsylvania border, from John Marshall's "The Life of George Washington." Includes the Delaware River from Delaware to Alexandria, with Philadelphia and part of Staten Island. Good condition, with minor glue staining from being attached to the binding of the book, repaired seam separation, and minor image transfer, 6.5 x 9 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1832
1832John Marshall$150.00

Model # MIL014
Map Showing the Route of Gen. Burgoyne previous to his surrender at Saratoga October 17th, 1777 - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored map of the area from Lake Champlain to Albany, New York, showing important locations and dates in the Revolutionary War. From "The Family Magazine" published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Shows battles marked by crossed swords, as well as rivers, water bodies, landforms, towns, forts, and roads. Very good antique condition with minor toning, text from reverse side visible. Map measures approximately 6.5 x 4.25 inches, while the full sheet measures approximately 10.5 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $110.00 Date: 1839
1839The Family Magazine$110.00

Model # MIL015
Plan of the Investment & Attack of York in Virginia - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored map of York, Virginia, and the surrounding area, showing the layout of camps and artillery in the Revolutionary War. From "The Family Magazine" published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Shows the "Field where the British laid down their Arms", as well as rivers, water bodies, landforms, towns, forts, and roads. Very good antique condition with minor toning, text from reverse side visible. Map measures approximately 4.25 x 6.5 inches, while the full sheet measures approximately 10.5 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $110.00 Date: 1839
1839The Family Magazine$110.00

Model # MIL016
Plan of Bunker Hill Battle - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored map of Bunker Hill, Boston, showing the layout of the fort, artillery, and ships during the battle in the Revolutionary War. From "The Family Magazine" published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). The lines showing the direction of fire make it clear that most of the fighting of the battle actually took place on Breed's Hill. Shows rivers, water bodies, landforms, ships, forts, and roads. Very good antique condition with minor toning, text from reverse side visible. Map measures approximately 4.5 x 6.5 inches, while the full sheet measures approximately 10.5 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $110.00 Date: 1839
1839The Family Magazine$110.00

Model # MIL018
Map Shewing the Operations of the American and British Armies during the Years 1776 and 1777 in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored map of the area around the Delaware River from Sandy Hook, New Jersey, to New Castle, Delaware, and including Philadelphia. Showing forts and other significant locations during the Revolutionary War. From "The Family Magazine" published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Shows encampments, dates, rivers, water bodies, landforms, ships, and roads. Very good antique condition with minor toning, text from reverse side visible. Map measures approximately 6.25 x 4.25 inches, while the full sheet measures approximately 10.5 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $110.00 Date: 1839
1839The Family Magazine$110.00

Model # NYO604
Plan of New York Island and part of Long Island Shewing the Position of the American and British Armies before, at, and after the Engagement on the Heights August 27th, 1776 - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored map of the area around Manhattan, New York, showing important locations in the Revolutionary War. From "The Family Magazine" published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Shows rivers, water bodies, landforms, towns, forts, and roads. Very good antique condition with minor toning, text from reverse side visible. Map measures approximately 6.5 x 4.5 inches, while the paper with text at top and bottom measures approximately 10.5 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1839
1839The Family Magazine$125.00

Model # OTH215
Plan of the Battle of Long Island - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored map of part of New York, from the tip of Manhattan and Brooklyn to Coney Island. Shows the Battle of Long Island, fought August 27th of 1776, also known as the Battle of Brooklyn or the Battle of Brooklyn Heights, from the Revolutionary War. Includes an Explanations key that describes the importance of various locations in the battle, including camps and troop movements. From the Family Magazine, published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Very good antique condition with light toning, and some light minor spotting. Approximately 8 x 5 inches to the neatline, sheet measures 10.5 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1839/1843
1839/1843The Family Magazine$150.00

Model # MAT055BW
Plan of the Investment and Attack of York, Virginia - Maker: Marshall
Antique uncolored map of Revolutionary Yorktown, Virginia, from the Atlas to Accompany Marshall's Life of Washington, 1846, showing positions of the Continental Army under Washington as well as its French allies as they prepared to confront Cornwallis and the British at their installation on the York River. Good antique condition, with light toning at center fold. Measures approx. 8 x 9 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1846
1846Marshall$125.00

Model # NYO136B
Plan of the Country from Frogs Point to Croton River Shewing the Positions of the American & British Armies from the 12th of Oct. 1776 until the Engagement on the White Plains on the 28th. - Maker: Marshall
Antique uncolored map of the Westchester County, New York, showing the situation during the Revolutionary War, with details of the armies' positions, etc. Published in Marshall's Life of Washington, 1846 edition. Very good condition with a few spots. Has a center fold as issued in book, 10 x 6.25 inches.
Price: $175.00 Date: 1846
1846Marshall$175.00

Model # NYO574
Plan of New York Island and part of Long Island Shewing the Position of the American and British Armies before, at, and after the Engagement on the Heights August 27th, 1776 - Maker: Marshall
Antique uncolored map of the area around Manhattan, New York showing important locations in the Revolutionary War. From Marshall's "The Life of Washington" published in 1846. Shows rivers, water bodies, landforms, towns, forts, and roads. With center fold as issued in book. Good condition with toning at paper edges and slight darkening at center fold, 9.25 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $175.00 Date: 1846
1846Marshall$175.00

Model # RHO089
A Map of Part of Rhode Island Shewing the Positions of the American and British Armies at the Siege of Newport, and the subsequent Action on the 29th of August 1778. - Maker: Marshall
Antique uncolored engraved map of Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, showing the positions of fleets and troops of the American and British Armies during the Revolutionary War, from Marshall's Life of Washington, published in 1846. Center fold as issued in book. Good condition with a few small spots, approx. 9 x 6 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1846
1846Marshall$150.00

Model # SOU260BW
Map of part of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina & Georgia. Which were the scenes of the Most Important Operations of the Southern Armies. - Maker: Marshall
Antique uncolored map of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia showing important locations in the Revolutionary War. From Marshall's "The Life of Washington" published in 1846. Shows rivers, water bodies, landforms, towns, forts, and roads. Good condition with light toning at center fold, 9 x 6.75 inches.
Price: $95.00 Date: 1846
1846Marshall$95.00

Model # USA055BW
A Plan of the Northern part of New Jersey, shewing the Positions of the American & British Armies, after crossing the North River in 1776. - Maker: John Marshall
Antique uncolored map of the Revolutionary War situation in Northern New Jersey, from John Marshall's "The Life of George Washington Commander in Chief of the American Forces during the war which established the Independence of his Country, and First President of the United States: compiled under the inspection of The Honourable Bushrod Washington, From Original Papers bequeathed to him by his deceased Relative." 1846. Good condition, with some dark spots in margin and light toning at center fold, 9.25 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1846
1846John Marshall$125.00

Model # USA054BW
Map of the Country from Rariton River in East Jersey to Elk Head in Maryland, Shewing the several operations of the American & British Armies, in 1776 & 1777 - Maker: John Marshall
Antique uncolored map of the Revolutionary War situation on the New Jersey and Pennsylvania border, from John Marshall's "The Life of George Washington." Includes the Delaware River from Delaware to Alexandria, with Philadelphia and part of Staten Island. Good condition, with some spots mostly in margin, 6.5 x 9 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1846
1846John Marshall$125.00

Model # NAM148
Seat of War & Battles - Maker: Ensign & Thayer
Antique hand colored map of the Seat of War, Outline History of the Mexican War, Incidents of Military Life, broadside with images of Generals, engravings and descriptions of battles, decorative border. Restored, repaired tears as shown in image, cleaned, deacidified, re-backed, good - very good condition, crisp clean strike and orginal colors. Ensign & Thayer, Sowle & Ward, 29 x 22 1/2".
Price: $1,800.00 Date: 1847
1847Ensign & Thayer$1,800.00

Model # NAM150
Ornamental Map of the United States & Mexico - Maker: Ensign & Thayer
Map of the United States & Mexico with decorative border, broadside includes landscapes, General Taylor, General Scott, statistics about the states, information about the Halls of the Montezumas and Great Temple Dedicated to the Sun, very good condition, strong original color, restored- cleaned, rebacked, and deacidified, 29" x 21".
Price: $1,800.00 Date: 1848
1848Ensign & Thayer$1,800.00

Model # USA143
Gray's Historical Maps of the United States - Maker: Gray
Hand Colored Antique Historical Maps of the United States from "Gray's Atlas of the U.S. with General Maps of the World" showing the principal Battle-fields of the Revolutionary War; An Accurate map of the United States of America According to the Treaty of Peace 1783; the Map of the United States showing the Acquisition and transfer of Territory from 1776 to the Present Time; Map of the United States with the Political Divisions of 1815; Map of the United States with the Political Divisions of 1850. Very good overall antique condition with light overall toning. Approx. 16 x 12 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1876
1876Gray$125.00

Model # EUR1401
Defence of Metz Franco-Prussian War - Maker: J. Huber, editor.
Printed color antique map of the city of Metz, France, and the surrounding area. Titled Defence of Metz 1870-1871. Map shows the positions of artillery and infantry around the city as well as other smaller towns and villages around the Mosel River. Military positionings as described by Captain J Meyer, Topography and lithography by J. Schlumpf. Very good overall antique condition with minor paper loss at crease intersections. Approx. 19.5 x 22.5 including text outside the neatline
Price: $85.00 Date: 1893
1893J. Huber, editor.$85.00

Model # OTH184
Reading the Declaration of Independence - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Antique black and white print double-spread illustration from the July 3, 1897 edition of Harper's Weekly, depicting American troops standing at attention in lower Manhattan while the Declaration of Indepdence is read by an officer on July 9, 1776, with General George Washington mounted on his horse; drawn by R.F. Zogbaum. Good condition, some seam and margin wear, measures approx. 12 x 19 inches.
Price: $100.00 Date: 1897
1897Harper's Weekly$100.00

Model # OTH257
Montauk Point- Visitors in Camp - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Antique hand colored illustration of visitors in Camp Wikoff, (Montauk Point, NY) coming to see Roosevelt's Rough Riders. The Rough Riders were quarantined at Camp Wikoff in 1898, after fighting in Cuba during the Spanish-American war. Published by Harper's Weekly in 1898. On verso is their article on the subject, describing the poor conditions at the camp (which were much improved later on.) Fair to good overall antique condition with some minor toning, surface soiling, and creasing of the paper, as well as a noticeable tear at the bottom which has been archivally repaired. Image measures approximately 8.25" x 13.25" to the neatline.
Price: $50.00 Date: 1898
1898Harper's Weekly$50.00

Model # EUR1621
Plan of the Country and Camps of Almanar, Spain, Framed - Maker: Tindal/Rapin
Framed Plan of the Country and Camps of Almanar : the one under Charles III, and the other of the enemy under the D. of Anjou, who was defeated by 16 squadrons, commanded by lieut. Genl. Stanhope, July 27, 1710, War of Spanish Succession, for Mr. Tindal's Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England, as framed, very good condition with folds as issued.
Price: $250.00 Date: c. 1745
c. 1745Tindal/Rapin$250.00

Model # EUR2034
Pologne Campagne de 1807 - Maker: Monin
Antique black and white map of Poland, in French, referencing Napoleon's "Polish Campaign" of 1807. Published in France Militaire by Monin, c. 1835. Engraved by Laguillermie and Ramboz. Very good condition with mild overall toning, some minor foxing, and mild roughing of the outer edges of the antique paper. Measures approximately 5.5" x 7.75" to the neatline.
Price: $35.00 Date: c. 1835
c. 1835Monin$35.00

Model # MAT061
Map of part of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina & Georgia. Which were the scenes of the Most Important Operations of the Southern Armies. - Maker: Kemble
Antique hand colored map of the southern theater during the Revolutionary War, earlier versions of which were drawn for inclusion in the Atlas to Accompany Marshall's Life of Washington; this version engraved by W. Kemble, published by Virtue, Emmins & Co. Very good overall antique condition, measures approx. 9 x 5.5 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: c. 1850
c. 1850Kemble$125.00

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Antique Military Maps and Views > Revolutionary War and Others (25)
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Model # SOU067JR
A New and Accurate Map of the Chief Parts of South Carolina and Georgia **SOLD** - Maker: Political Magazine
Black and White Antique Map, showing rivers and water bodies, precincts and towns, as well as routes and roads. A map to keep the British cognoscente informed about Revolutionary War action. Very good overall antique condition, matted, 11 x 15 inches.
Price: Date: 1780
1780Political Magazine

Model # NJE004JR
New Jersey - Maker: Joseph Scott
Black and White Antique Map of New Jersey, show immediately after the Revolutionary War, from The New and Universal Gazetteer; or, Modern Geographical Dictionary, by Joseph Scott, Philadelphia, 1800. Shows 13 counties, rivers, and major towns. Very good overall antique condition, matted, 7.25 x 6.25 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1800
1800Joseph Scott

Model # NYO651
A Plan of the Country from Frog's Point to Croton River shewing the Positions of the American and British Armies from the 12th of October 1776 until the Engagement on the White Plains on the 28th. *** - Maker: Marshall
Antique uncolored map of the area along the Hudson River from Manhattan to Haverstraw, New York. Shows the revolutionary war event, the Battle of White Plains, with positions of the American and British armies from October 12 through 28, 1776. Drawn by Samuel Lewis from the original Surveys made by order of George Washington. Published by C. P. Wayne in Marshall's Life of Washington, 1807. Good to very good condition with very minor light image transfer, some repaired tears and paper loss at left side of center seam. Approx. 16.5 x 9 inches to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1807
1807Marshall

Model # TOW120
Sketch of the Action of the Heights of Charlestown, June 17th, 1775, between his Majesty's Troops, under the command of Major General Howe, and a large body of American Rebels, copied by I.A. Chapman, - Maker: Analectic Magazine
Black and White Antique Map of the Revolutionary War situation in Charlestown, Boston, June 17th, 1775. Very good overall antique condition, 13.25 x 19.75 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1818
1818Analectic Magazine

Model # SOU027
Principal Seat of the Revolutionary War in the Southern Section of the U.S. - Maker: Willard
Antique hand colored map of North Carolina, South Carolina, and part of Georgia at the time of the Revolutionary War, with inset of the Principal Seat of the Revolutionary War in the Northern Section of the U.S. Very good overall antique condition, matted, 9 x 6.75 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1829
1829Willard

Model # NEW062
A Map of the Country which was the scene of operations of The Northern Army including the Wilderness through which General Arnold marched to attack Quebec. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Marshall
Hand colored engraved antique map from Marshall's Life of Washington, shows the Northeast during the American Revolution. Includes Cape Ann, the St. Lawrence River, Lac Orleans, Lake Champlain, Lake George, and the Connecticut River. Good antique condition overall with center fold as issued (with some seam separation) and some wrinkling, image overlay, has original color, Measures approx. 10 x 8.5 inches. Priced as-is. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1832
1832Marshall

Model # USA055
A Plan of the Northern part of New Jersey, shewing the Positions of the American & British Armies, after crossing the North River in 1776. *****SOLD***** - Maker: John Marshall
Antique hand colored map of the Revolutionary War situation in Northern New Jersey, from John Marshall's "The Life of George Washington Commander in Chief of the American Forces during the war which established the Independence of his Country, and First President of the United States: compiled under the inspection of The Honourable Bushrod Washington, From Original Papers bequeathed to him by his deceased Relative." Good condition, with minor glue staining from being attached to the binding of the book, and minor image transfer, 9.25 x 6.5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1832
1832John Marshall

Model # NYO653
The River Hudson from Schenectady to New York, Illustrative of the Operations of 1781 *****SOLD***** - Maker: Botta
Antique hand colored map of the Hudson River from New York City to the Erie Canal. From Botta's History of America, 1834. The subtitle under the map claims that the map is illustrative of the operations of 1781, however no operations are noted on the map that we can see. Original hand coloring. Good to very good condition with some very light foxing and some toning at edges. Approx. 6.5 x 5 inches to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1834
1834Botta

Model # MIL017
Map Showing the Seat of War in the Southern States *****SOLD***** - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored map of most of North and South Carolina showing forts and other significant locations during the battle in the Revolutionary War. Inset map of the Plan of the Siege of Charleston showing the British camp and fleet. From "The Family Magazine" published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Shows rivers, water bodies, landforms, ships, forts, and roads. Very good antique condition with minor toning, text from reverse side visible. Map measures approximately 6.5 x 4 inches, while the full sheet measures approximately 10.5 x 6.5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1839
1839The Family Magazine

Model # NAM151
Taylor & His Battles **SOLD** - Maker: Ensign & Thayer
Description (a broadside) of General Taylor and his battles along with images of seven battles and descriptions, decorative border, restored, cleaned, repaired, rebacked, deacidified, 29" x 21", original color, very good condition.
Price: Date: 1847
1847Ensign & Thayer

Model # EUR1327
Battle of Waterloo, Morning ***SOLD*** - Maker: Johnston
Battle of Waterloo, 18th June 1815, Sheet 1st, Morning of the Battle. Hand-colored engraved antique military map of Waterloo and the positions of the British and French armies, by Johnston, 1852, from Alison's History of Europe, Very good overall antique condition with even toning, measures approx. 6 x 8 inches.
Price: Date: 1852
1852Johnston

Model # EUR1328
Battle of Waterloo *****SOLD***** - Maker: Johnston
Battle of Waterloo, 18th June 1815, Sheet 2nd, Crisis of the Battle. Hand-colored engraved antique military map of Waterloo and the positions of the British and French armies, by Johnston, 1852, from Alison's History of Europe, Very good overall antique condition with even toning, measures approx. 6 x 8 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1852
1852Johnston

Model # NYO317
Plan of the Attack on Fort William Henry. 1757. ***SOLD*** - Maker: Bancroft's History
Antique black and white engraved map of Lake George in the American Revolution, with explanatory key. Engraved for Bartlett's History of the U.S. by George G. Smith. Very good overall antique condition, paper is toned, approx. 5 x 7 inches.
Price: Date: 1852
1852Bancroft's History

Model # NYO323
Plan of the Attack on Forts Clinton & Montgomery by the British forces under Sir Henry Clinton, Oct. 1777 *****SOLD***** - Maker: Washington Irving
Antique map of the area of West Point, at the time of the American Revolution. Shows the North Hudson River, Fort Clinton, Fort Montgomery, Peeks Creek, Stony Point, Bear Hill, Fort Independence. Good condition, matted, approx. 9 x 7.5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1855
1855Washington Irving

Model # NYO578
A Topographical Map of the North Part of New York Island, exhibiting the Plan of Fort Washington… *****SOLD***** - Maker: Engraved by George Hayward for D.T. Valentine's Manual
Antique black and white map with hand colored accents showing northern Manhattan with Revolutionary War battles and troop movements, originally made in 1777 by W. Faden, then copied and republished in 1859 for Dt.T. Valentine's Manual. The full title is "A Topographical Map of the North Part of New York Island, exhibiting the Plan of Fort Washington now Fort Knyphausen with the Rebels Lines to the Southward which where forced by the Troops under the Command of the Rt. Hon. Earl Percy on the 16th Nov 1776 and Surveyed immediately after by order of his Lordship By Claude Joseph Sauthier. To which is added the Attack made to the North by the Hessians. Surveyed by Oder of Lieut Gen Knyphausen." Also shows the location of barracks that the Americans constructed and then burnt. Very good antique condition with folds as issued. approx. 17 x 10 inches to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1859 copy of a 1777 map
1859 copy of a 1777 mapEngraved by George Hayward for D.T. Valentine's Manual

Model # NYO372
City of Manhattan or New York*****SOLD***** - Maker: Valentine's Manual/Hayward
Antique city plan of Lower Manhattan, executed by S. Bellin in 1764, includes the Custom House, City Hall, the Fort, the House of the Governor, and others. Very good condition, paper is toned, approx. 8.75 x 6.5 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1861
1861Valentine's Manual/Hayward

Model # NYO305
West Point and the Highlands.*****SOLD***** - Maker: Appleton
Antique black and white engraving of a view of West Point and the Highlands, with cannon and figures in foreground. Good to very good condition, some minor foxing in margins, approx. 6 x 7.25 inches.
Price: Date: 1869
1869Appleton

Model # NYO286
The Country west of Hudson's or North River Occupied by the American Army under Washington. From a map drawn for Lord Stirling in 1779. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Virtue and Yorston
Antique hand colored map of the area west of the Hudson occupied by Washington, engraved by Rae Smith. Overall Very good overall antique condition, 9 x 5.5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1870
1870Virtue and Yorston

Model # NYO304
View of the Hudson from the Vicinity of West-Point. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Picturesque America
Antique hand colored illustration of a lovely panoramic view of the Hudson from West Point, 1878. Very good condition, paper is tone, approx. 6.5 x 9.25 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1878
1878Picturesque America

Model # USA148
Gray's Historical Maps of the United States *****SOLD***** - Maker: Gray
Hand Colored Antique Historical Maps of the United States from "The National Atlas" of 1881 showing the principal Battle-fields of the Revolutionary War; An Accurate map of the United States of America According to the Treaty of Peace 1783; the Map of the United States showing the Acquisition and transfer of Territory from 1776 to the Present Time; Map of the United States with the Political Divisions of 1815; Map of the United States with the Political Divisions of 1850. Very good overall antique condition with light overall toning and crease in upper right corner. Approx. 16 x 12 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1881
1881Gray

Model # USA166
United States *****SOLD***** - Maker: Cram
Antique printed color historical map of the United States in 1789, from Cram's "Universal Atlas," 1891, with keys to the dates that each of the original 13 colonies ratified the Constitution, the location of major Revolutionary War battles and dates, notations on the "1787 Territory Northwest of the River Ohio," which comprises most of today's northern midwest states. Very good overall antique condition, measures approx. 12 x 10 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1891
1891Cram

Model # WOR112
The World on Mercator's Projection Showing the British Possessions *****SOLD***** - Maker: Stanford
Colored antique world map by Edward Stanford showing all British possessions as of 1904. Very good condition with very some minor discoloration overall. Printed area measures approximately 19 x 24 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1904
1904Stanford

Model # ASI216
Britain's Great Bastion in the East: Singapore, Stubborn Obstacle to Japan's Ambitious Projects in Southern Asia. *****SOLD***** - Maker: The Illustrated London News
Pictorial bird's-eye view of Singapore in early 1941, just after America's entry into WWII when Britain still held the island and Japan was threatening expansion of its empire. Detailed topographical and manmade features, including the massive naval base built by Great Britain to accommodate ships up to 50,000 tons. With extensive description of the situation at the time. From The Illustrated London News, March 1, 1941. Very good overall antique condition, map and text area measures 13 x 18.5 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1941
1941The Illustrated London News

Model # NYO532
Operations on the Hudson River ***SOLD*** - Maker: Sarony, Major & Knapp
Antique hand colored map of American and French Army positions along the Hudson River from Tarrytown to Washington's headquarters in Newburg(h) in July 1783; published in mid-19th century. Very good antique condition with mild overall toning of the paper. Measures approx. 7.5 x 5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: c. 1850
c. 1850Sarony, Major & Knapp

Model # MAS1515
A Plan of the Action at Bunker's Hill ***SOLD*** - Maker: Page
Antique black and white map of the Battle of Bunker Hill that is itself an 1870 reproduction of a map drawn in 1775 by Major General Howe's aide de camp, "Lieutenant Page of the Engineers". Includes highly detailed "References to the Plan" that lists all the action of that day taken by British and American forces. Very good condition, with some minor spots and lower right corner tear, approx. 7 x 8.75 inches. ***SOLD***
Price: Date: c. 1870
c. 1870Page

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