Reproductions - Non Cape Cod > New York (22)
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Model # REP262NYC
Hudson River from New York to Haverstraw - Maker:
High quality reproduction of an 1863 hand colored nautical chart of New York City, the Hudson River, Brooklyn and Jersey City, 39"h x 17"w. This custom made reproduction can be made in a variety of sizes.
Price: $125.00 Date:
$125.00

Model # REP272NYBP
Map of the Adirondack Wilderness Print - Maker:
High quality reproduction print of a rare, 1895 lithographed folding map of the Adirondack Mountains in New York. Shows towns, villages, lakes, rivers, mountains, railroads, wagon roads, steamboat routes, proposed roads, telegraph offices, with decorative border, 31.5 x 25.7 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date:
$125.00

Model # REP273NYBP
Birds Eye View Map of New York and Vicinity Print - Maker:
High quality reproduction of a Birds Eye View Map of New York and Vicinity includes Brooklyn, The Bronx, Queens, Parts of Westchester and Parts of New Jersey. The red line shows French Line boat service, reproduction print of a 1909 folding tourist map by Hammond, 17" x 22".
Price: $55.00 Date:
$55.00

Model # REP303
The City of Brooklyn - Maker: Beers
Reproduction color print of Beer's atlas map of Brooklyn, showing details of streets and avenues, as well as Prospect Park, Greenwood Cemetery, and Washington Park, approx. 14.5 x 22.5 inches.
Price: $75.00 Date:
Beers$75.00

Model # REP304
Long Island Sound - Maker: U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
Dramatic, large reproduction of antique nautical chart of Long Island Sound, charted by the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1855. With inset of Manhattan and New York Harbor. The original black and white chart with its bluish tinge is faithfully reproduced full-size at approx. 24.5 x 103.5 inches (8.5 feet long). Also available in black and white, or tanned with bluish-green ink. See REP320 for medium size and REP321 for small size.
Price: $250.00 Date:
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey$250.00

Model # REP320
Long Island Sound Reproduction Medium - Maker: U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
Medium sized reproduction of antique nautical chart of Long Island Sound, charted by the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1855. With inset of Manhattan and New York Harbor. The original black and white chart is reproduced in both black and white and sepia in a medium size at approx. 20.5 x 87.5 inches (7.3 feet long). See REP304 for reproduction in original size and REP321 for small size.
Price: $200.00 Date:
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey$200.00

Model # REP321
Long Island Sound Reproduction Small - Maker: U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
Small sized reproduction of antique nautical chart of Long Island Sound, charted by the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1855. With inset of Manhattan and New York Harbor. The original black and white chart is reproduced in a small size at approx. 11.5 x 48 inches (4 feet long). See REP304 for reproduction in original size and REP320 for medium size.
Price: $150.00 Date:
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey$150.00

Model # REP323
Chart B New London to Gay Head - Maker: Reproduction
Reproduction of George W Eldridge's Chart B showing the coast and waterways from New London CT to Gay Head MA, including Block Island, Montauk Point, Gardiner's Island, Fisher's Island, Little Narragansett Bay, Point Judith, Newport, and Cuttyhunk. This nautical chart gives the water depths, shoals, and distances with 9 compass roses. This is an authentic representation of the original and therefore includes any antique characteristics of the original. Approx. 28 x 50 inches to the edges of the printed image.
Price: $125.00 Date:
Reproduction$125.00

Model # REP329
Plattsburgh and Cumberland Bay Lake Champlain New York - Maker: Reproduction
High quality color giclee reproduction of Plattsburgh and Cumberland Bay, Lake Champlain map from US Coast Survey 1873. Shows roads, rail roads, water depths, and more. Benjamin Peirce map, 21 1/4"h x 19"w to the neatline. 24 x 22 inches to the edge of the image.
Price: $50.00 Date:
Reproduction$50.00

Model # REP331
Lake Champlain Sheet No 2 from Cumberland Head to Ligonier Point - Maker: Reproduction
High quality color giclee reproduction of the coast chart showing part of Lake Champlain by the US Coast Survey c. 1873. This is sheet 2 showing from Cumberland Head to Ligonier Point with towns colored red and water depth information throughout the lake. approx. 32 x 24 to the edge of the image
Price: $50.00 Date:
Reproduction$50.00

Model # REP336
Eldridge's Chart of Long Island Sound, Newport to New York - Maker: Reproduction
High quality black and white giclee reproduction at full size of the Long Island nautical chart by George Eldridge, published by Thaxter & Son, Boston in 1877. Great detail of eastern Long Island, north shore of Long Island and Connecticut shoreline. The original from which the image was taken was restored, some patched reconstruction where paper loss, around New York City and Block Island. Measures approx. 105w x 26.25h inches.
Price: $250.00 Date:
Reproduction$250.00

Model # REP347
Long Island Triangulation Chart - Maker:
High quality hand colored reproduction of the US Coast Survey's Sketch B No. 2 Showing the Triangulation & Geographical Positions in Section No. II From New York City to Point Judith, 1851. This reproduction has not been Photoshopped and therefore retains the image of the original's fold lines and slight imperfections. This reproduction has been hand colored and the coloring may vary from the image. This map includes Block Island, Fisher's Island, Long Island, Staten Island, New York City, and more. approx. 15.5 x 27.5 inches
Price: $125.00 Date:
$125.00

Model # REP390
The Great East River Suspension Bridge - (Brooklyn to New York City) - Reproduction - Maker: Reproduction
High-quality hand-printed and hand colored reproduction of an antique print of the Brooklyn Bridge by Currier & Ives from 1881. Made using a combination of modern technology and traditional methods, wherein an original is scanned, its likeness is digitally etched onto an engraving plate, then the plate is used to print the image in the traditional way, with a printing press. It is then hand-colored. Visible plate mark. Approx. 10.5 x 15 inches to the border. Paper has some toning to make it look more antique. For other reproductions made in this method, please see the left side bar category "Digitally Engraved Specialty Reproductions".
Price: $85.00 Date:
Reproduction$85.00

Model # REP420
Eastern Part of Long Island Sound - Reproduction - Maker: Reproduction
High quality giclee reproduction of a black and white antique coastal chart of the eastern part of Long Island, New York, with great coastal detail and soundings, and information on currents, sailing directions, and dangers. Includes Block Island, Gardiner's Island, Montauk, Fisher's Island, and more. Approx. 22.75 x 31.5 inches to edge of printed area.
Price: $95.00 Date:
Reproduction$95.00

Model # REP440A
A Map of New England and New York (Reproduction) - Maker: Reproduction
High-quality hand-printed and hand-colored reproduction of an antique map of New England and New York, originally by John Speed, 1676. Includes topographical detail and illustrations of the local animal populations. Made using a combination of modern technology and traditional methods, wherein an original is scanned, its likeness is digitally etched onto an engraving plate, then the plate is used to print the image in the traditional way, with a printing press. The map is then hand colored. This map measures about 17.25 x 22.25 inches to the edges of the printed area. Total overall dimensions are approx. 22 x 29.5 inches to the paper edges. This map is also available mounted on linen, see model # REP440. For other reproductions made in this method, please see the left side bar category "Digitally Engraved Specialty Reproductions".
Price: $160.00 Date:
Reproduction$160.00

Model # REP440
A Map of New England and New York (Reproduction) - Maker: Reproduction
High-quality hand-printed and hand-colored reproduction of an antique map of New England and New York, originally by John Speed, 1676. Includes topographical detail and illustrations of the local animal populations. Made using a combination of modern technology and traditional methods, wherein an original is scanned, its likeness is digitally etched onto an engraving plate, then the plate is used to print the image in the traditional way, with a printing press. The map is then hand colored and mounted onto linen cloth. This map consists of eight sheets that measure approx. 13" x 8.25"each with about 1/4 inch of linen visible between them. Total overall dimensions are approx. 26.5" x 34.75" to the paper edges. There is approximately 7" of linen margin beyond the paper that can be folded under when the map is framed. This map is also available as a single sheet, see model # REP440A. For other reproductions made in this method, please see the left side bar category "Digitally Engraved Specialty Reproductions".
Price: $325.00 Date:
Reproduction$325.00

Model # REP340
Manhattan Island Then and Now - Reproduction - Maker: Reproduction
High Quality color reproduction of Townsend Maccoun's 1909 map of Manhattan Island 1783 at the Close of the Revolution Showing the American City with its Landmarks and the Revolutionary Fortifications on the Island. This map shows the evolution of Manhattan, New York City, from its original rural state to the early 1900s, including the areas that were in-filled, the old roads and the modern grid and the surprising amount of Manhattan that was ponds and other water or wetlands. The original map was folded into a book titled "Manhattan Island at the Close of Revolution (1783)" published in 1909. Maccoun was known for his historical geography charts. The original map was scanned using a top quality scanner, the map was not Photoshopped, so the reproduction looks just like the original with folds and minor image transfer. Printed on heavy paper using giclee printing methods. Approx. 16 x 52 inches. For a framed version, see REP340FRA.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1909
1909Reproduction$150.00

Model # REP351
A Map of the Property belonging to the Fly-Fisher's Club of Brooklyn, Reproduction - Maker:
Uncolored reproduction of part of the Beaver Kill, or Beaverkill, River in the Catskill Mountains of New York State. The river has been popular as a trout stream since the early 19th century, when it became one of the first resort destinations in the United States. It is known for excellent fly fishing for trout. This map was produced in 1920 by Elliot L Chisling and features a decorative fishing-themed cartouche. Many fishing spots are identified on the map. approx. 12.75 x 35 inches to the edge of the printed area. We can custom color this map for an additional cost. Please contact us if you would like to discuss coloring.
Price: $65.00 Date: 1920
1920$65.00

Model # REP061
The City of New York - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Reproduction of a Currier & Ives Bird's Eye View map of New York City in 1876, looking north from Brooklyn. Beautiful detail with points of interest noted in legend underneath, 19 x 27.5 inches.
Price: $45.00 Date: Reproduction
ReproductionHarper's Weekly$45.00

Model # REP106BP
Plan of New York - Maker: Mitchell
High quality color reproduction of a Antique hand colored map of Manhattan, by Mitchell, 1867. Colorful map print of the city of New York, NY, from 40th street south with decorative border, street names, ferry and train service, parts of neighboring borough and towns included e.g. Brooklyn, Jersey City and Governor's Island. Printed area measures approx. 11 x 14.5 inches.
Price: $45.00 Date: Reproduction
ReproductionMitchell$45.00

Model # REP135
New York and Brooklyn - Maker:
Color reproduction of a Currier and Ives Bird's Eye View of Manhattan and Brooklyn, as seen from the Hoboken and Jersey City side. With ships and sailboats, and significant architectural detail, and key to notable sites and areas along the bottom. Printed area measures approx. 20 x 28.5 inches.
Price: $45.00 Date: Reproduction
Reproduction$45.00

Model # REP317
Map of Long Island - Maker:
High quality giclee reproduction print of an antique hand colored map of Long Island. Shows each town colored to delineate town lines. Original is by Beers, Comstock and Cline, 1873. approx. 11.5 x 41 inches. This item is a reproduction of an original map. The reproduction process we use creates a high quality print on stiff paper and is an identical reproduction of the original.
Price: $95.00 Date: Reproduction
Reproduction$95.00

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Reproductions - Non Cape Cod > New York (2)
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Model # REP421
Pas-kaart vande zee kusten van Niew Nederland anders genaamt Niew York tusschen Renselaars Hock en de Staaten Hoek - Reproduction *****SOLD***** - Maker: Reproduction
Reproduction of the 1702 Van Keulen Map of New York City, Long Island, and the Hudson River. Shows the coast from New York City and Long Island to Cape Cod, including Block Island, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket. The inset map at top shows the Hudson River in the larger inset and the Connecticut River in the smaller inset. On light-weight paper with a brushed-on tone to make it look more antique. Approx. 24 x 24 inches to paper edges, and 20 x 22.75 inches to the edge of the printed area. **SOLD**
Price: Date:
Reproduction

Model # REP340FRA
Manhattan Island Then and Now - Reproduction ****SOLD**** - Maker: Reproduction
Conservation framed, high quality, color reproduction of Townsend Maccoun's 1909 map of Manhattan Island 1783 at the Close of the Revolution Showing the American City with its Landmarks and the Revolutionary Fortifications on the Island. This map shows the evolution of Manhattan, New York City, from its original rural state to the early 1900s, including the areas that were in-filled, the old roads and the modern grid and the surprising amount of Manhattan that was ponds and other water or wetlands. The original map was folded into a book titled "Manhattan Island at the Close of Revolution (1783)" published in 1909. Maccoun was known for his historical geography charts. The original map was scanned using a top quality scanner, the map was not Photoshopped, so the reproduction looks just like the original with folds and minor image transfer. Printed on heavy paper using giclee printing methods. approx. 19 x 55 inches to the edge of the frame. Framed with conservation quality UV Plexi and archival materials. Additional charges apply for shipping framed items. See REP340 for unframed reproduction. ***SOLD***
Price: Date: 1909
1909Reproduction

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