Antique Maps - United States > South > Texas (32)
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Model # NAM131
Amer. Sep. No. 55 Partie des Etats Unis - Maker: Vandermaelen
Antique hand colored map of part of Arkansas, Texas, San Saba Mountain Area, Vandermaelen, 1827. Details of Native American Tribes, landforms, water bodies, ports, counties, towns and cities. Very good condition, one faint 1 inch spot in upper left, appoximately 17 x 20 inches. **NOTE- because this map requires extra insurance for shipping, an additional charge will appear on your card after your original purchase. If you would like to know what that charge will be, please contact us.****Special Discount! 40% off maps by Vandermaelen! Was 750, Now 450!
Price: $450.00 Date: 1827
1827Vandermaelen$450.00

Model # WES348
State of Texas, verso Mexico - Maker: Goodrich
Antique early printed color outlined two-sided page from A National Geography for Schools written by S.G. Goodrich and published by Huntington and Savage in 1848, including engravings of a Cathedral in the City of Mexico, Civilized Indian, White Mexican, Banana Trees, Cocao Trees, Indians pursuing Bisons upon the Prairies, and A Comanche Village, with text and tables describing the region, etc. In very good antique condition with minor toning, foxing and general signs of age, page measures approximately 10.5 x 8.5 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1848
1848Goodrich$125.00

Model # SOU470
Texas - Maker: Morse and Gaston
Antique hand colord map of Texas from The Diamond Atlas, The Western Hemisphere, by Charles Colby and published by Morse and Gaston, 1857. Colored by county and showing railways, proposed railways, cities, and major towns. Early county boundaries. Very good condition with some overall mild toning and some tiny spots. Page measures approx. 7.25 x 5.75 inches.
Price: $145.00 Date: 1857
1857Morse and Gaston$145.00

Model # SOU269
Southern United States - Maker: Ettling/Weekly Dispatch
Antique hand colored map of part of the southern United States, published in the Weekly Dispatch in 1863, engraved by Ettling. This map shows parts of Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico, as well as part of Mexico. There is a tiny bit of land between Mexico and New Mexico that says Arizona. Shows towns, railroad lines, rivers, land forms, and more. Good to very good antique condition with small edge tears and edge wear. Paper is fragile. Approx. 16.75 x 11.75 inches to the neatline.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1863
1863Ettling/Weekly Dispatch$150.00

Model # SOU324
Johnson's New Map of the State of Texas - Maker: Johnson and Ward
Antique hand colored map of Texas from Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World, 1864. This map is similar to our 1866 version of this map (item code SOU266), except for the Houston & Guaymas Railroad that can be seen going through the Presidio area. This railroad was never built, probably due to lack of materials and funding caused by the Civil War. Townships delineated by color, with detail of towns, roads, routes, railroad, landforms and water bodies, and insets of Galveston Bay, Sabine Lake, and the Northern Part of Texas. Good to very good antique condition, overall toning, some minor spots/foxing, some small archivally repaired tears at the paper edges. Measures approximately 16.75 x 23 inches.
Price: $300.00 Date: 1864
1864Johnson and Ward$300.00

Model # SOU063
Asher & Adams' Texas. - Maker: Asher & Adams
Antique hand colored map of eastern Texas, from Asher & Adams' New Statistical and Topographical Atlas of the United States, 1872. Delineates rivers, landings, railroads, stations, distances, etc., and shows populations of cities and villages containing 300,000 inhabitants and upwards, as well as populations of counties. With fold, as issued. Overall very good antique condition with mild toning . Measures approximately 22.25" x 16" to the neatline.
Price: $195.00 Date: 1872
1872Asher & Adams$195.00

Model # SOU361
Asher & Adams' Texas - Maker: Asher & Adams
Antique hand colored map of eastern Texas, by Asher and Adams, 1872. Features an inset map of a portion of the continuation of Texas. Map is colored by county and includes railroad lines. Good to very good overall antique condition with mild toning throughout and some areas of mild foxing. Measures approximately 22.5" x 15.75" to the neatline.
Price: $115.00 Date: 1872
1872Asher & Adams$115.00

Model # SOU158
County Map of the State of Texas - Maker: Mitchell
Antique hand colored map of Texas, with inset of the Plan of Galveston and Vicinity. Very good overall antique condition with a small repaired tear at bottom center, good original color, approx. 14 x 21 inches.
Price: $350.00 Date: 1884
1884Mitchell$350.00

Model # SOU463
County Map of the State of Texas - Maker: Mitchell
Antique hand colored map from Mitchell's 1884 New General Atlas. Shows political boundaries, cities, water bodies, as well as land features. Includes towns with names. Colored by county. Inset map of Galveston and Vicinity. Also shows New Mexico and Oklahoma with early counties. This map is in very good antique condition with minor overall toning. Paper is a bit fragile. It measures approximately 14.25 x 21 inches to the outer neatline.
Price: $325.00 Date: 1884
1884Mitchell$325.00

Model # SOU247
County Map of the State of Texas - Maker: Bradley
Antique hand colored map of Texas, with inset of the Plan of Galveston and Vicinity. Very good condition with original color, approx. 14 x 21 inches.
Price: $325.00 Date: 1887
1887Bradley$325.00

Model # SOU285
Texas - Maker: Bradley
Antique map of Texas including inset of the northern section of Texas. Overall good condition with some tears at paper edges including one tear that goes into the decorative border on the left side (all tears have been archivally repaired), as well as some minor staining / light toning around the edges. Should look great when matted and framed! By WM. M. Bradley, in the Atlas of the World, 1887. Approximately 16.5" x 22.25" Paper is fragile. Priced as-is.
Price: $225.00 Date: 1887
1887Bradley$225.00

Model # SOU457
Double-sided sheet with multiple maps: Centerfold - Tunison's Southern Texas; versos: Tunison's Minnesota / Tunison's Wisconsin - Maker: Tunison
Antique double-sided sheet from Tunison's Peerless Universal Atlas of the World, c. 1888 by H.C. Tunison. The two-page centerfold is a map of Southern Texas with an inset map of the western portion of Texas. There are two prints on the back: on one side is a map of Minnesota, on the other side is a map of Wisconsin and the Northwestern Part of Michigan. Each map is colored by county and these maps show some early county configurations. Vibrant original color. Fair to good antique condition with some minor stains, foxing, and smudges, and some small wrinkles. The strike on some pages in this atlas is a bit faint. Centerfold measures approx. 14 x 22 inches to the paper edges, while back side pages measure approx. 14 x 11 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1888
1888Tunison$125.00

Model # SOU458
Double-sided sheet with multiple maps: Centerfold - Tunison's Northern Texas and Indian Territory; versos: Tunison's Nebraska / Tunison's Alabama - Maker: Tunison
Antique double-sided sheet from Tunison's Peerless Universal Atlas of the World, c. 1888 by H.C. Tunison. The two-page centerfold is a map of Northern Texas and Oklahoma. There are two maps on the back: on one side is a map of Nebraska, on the other side is a map of Alabama. Each map is colored by county and these maps show some early county configurations. Vibrant original color. Fair to good antique condition with some minor stains, foxing, and smudges, and some small wrinkles. The strike on some pages in this atlas is a bit faint. Centerfold measures approx. 14 x 22 inches to the paper edges, while back side pages measure approx. 14 x 11 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1888
1888Tunison$125.00

Model # NAM254
Map of the Mexican National Railroad and its Connections, verso: Map of the Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western Railway & Connections - Maker: Railroad Stock and Bonds Magazine
Antique railroad map of Texas, part of Mexico and parts of nearby states, showing the Mexican National Railroad running from Vera Cruz through Mexico City and up to Corpus Christi. Also includes many other railroad routes in the area with their stops at many well known cities such as Houston, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco, San Antonio, and more. Published in the 1889 Railroad Stocks and Bonds Investor's Supplement. Verso map of the Michigan and Wisconsin area showing railroads from Milwaukee to Ashland and other points. Very good condition with a few minor spots and a smudging of the ink on the right border line of the Texas map (map is otherwise perfectly clear). Approx. 12.5 x 8.5 inches to the paper edges.
Price: $95.00 Date: 1889
1889Railroad Stock and Bonds Magazine$95.00

Model # SOU448
Texas - Maker: Arbuckle
Antique chromolithograph of Texas with vignettes, by Arbuckle. Originally included as a collectible in coffee cans, these maps were compiled into atlases of U.S. States and major World countries, which were published in 1890. Card measures approximately 3.5" x 5.25" and is in very good overall antique condition. Please note that this item will be matted in a neutral tone of our choosing upon purchase- see photo for example- and will be matted to measure approx. 8" x 10" (H x W) overall.
Price: $75.00 Date: 1890
1890Arbuckle$75.00

Model # SOU239
Texas - Maker: Cram
Antique printed color map of Texas, from Cram's "Universal Atlas," 1891, divided into western and eastern halves, graphically depicting the relative level of settlement in each half; with townships delineated by color, showing towns, roads and routes, rivers, creeks, water bodies, and notations of fresh water sources; versos display Arizona, New Mexico, Arkansas, and Indian Territory (mostly present-day Oklahoma). Very good overall antique condition, each half measures 20 x 13.5 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1891
1891Cram$150.00

Model # SOU387
Texas, verso: Arkansas, & Oklahoma and Indian Ters. - Maker: Home Library & Supply Association
Antique printed color two-page map of Texas, including an inset map showing a continuation (Recto). On Verso #1: A map of the state of Arkansas. On Verso #2: A map of Oklahoma/Indian Territories. Maps include topographical details, railroads, Indian Reservations, names of major towns, etc. Published in "The Pacific Coast and the World" by the Home Library and Supply Association, 1892. Good overall antique condition with foxing. Recto Map (Texas) measures approximately 11.75" x 17" (H x W) to the neatline. Verso map #1 (Arkansas) measures approx. 10.25" x 13" to the neatline. Verso #2 (Oklahoma) measures approx. 10.25" x 13" to the neatline.
Price: $100.00 Date: 1892
1892Home Library & Supply Association$100.00

Model # CIV100
Plate 26. Morris Island, 6th of June, 1862 / Military map of Suffolk and Vicinity for Brig. Gen. Viele / Fort Esperanza, Tex. / Proposed Secondary Line of Defense on the Peninsula between the Ashepoo - Maker: US War Dept.
Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Stephen B. Elkins, Secretary of War, 1892. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. Main map includes Norfolk, Portsmouth, Gosport, etc all in Virginia VA. Very good condition with mild image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Paper loss in upper center margin. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $95.00 Date: 1892
1892US War Dept.$95.00

Model # CIV112
Plate 38. Galveston, Tex. And its Fortifications / Port Hudson, LA and vicinity, 1864 / Siege Operations against the Defenses of Charleston Harbor (Morris Island), 1863. - Maker: US War Dept.
Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Stephen B. Elkins, Secretary of War, 1892. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. Very good condition with mild image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1892
1892US War Dept.$150.00

Model # CIV232
Plate 158. General Topographical Map. Sheet XXIII. Sections of Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana. - Maker: US War Dept.
Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, 1894. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography. Includes Fort Worth and Waco TX. Very good condition with image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $175.00 Date: 1894
1894US War Dept.$175.00

Model # CIV233
Plate 159. General Topographical Map. Sheet XXIV. Sections of Indian Territory, Texas and Arkansas. - Maker: US War Dept.
Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, 1894. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography. Within Indian Territory the areas of the Chickasaw Nation and the Choctaw Nation are marked. Very good condition with image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines.
Price: $175.00 Date: 1894
1894US War Dept.$175.00

Model # SOU453
Texas; verso: Oklahoma and Indian Territory - Maker: Rand McNally
Antique printed color map of Italy by Rand McNally, 1898. Colored by county with railroads and major towns. The counties and chief cities are listed with population. Verso map of Oklahoma and Indian Territory, with counties, Native American nationa, and major cities with population. In English. Very good condition with toning. Measures approx. 12.5 x 9.25 inches to the neatline.
Price: $60.00 Date: 1898
1898Rand McNally$60.00

Model # SOU310
Western Half of Texas, verso: Mississippi, and Louisiana - Maker: Cram
Antique printed color double-sided sheet of the Western half of Texas (Recto). Features a list of counties and chief cities. Verso (Two Maps) A map of Mississippi and a map of Louisiana. Both of these maps include lists of counties and chief cities; however, the list for Mississippi falls outside of the neatlines. Very good condition with some slight overall toning and a small tear at the fold. By Cram, in Cram's Universal Atlas Geographical, Astronomical and Historical, 1900. Recto Map (Western Half of Texas) measures approximately 20.5" x 13.25" to the neatline. Map of Mississippi measures approx. 13" x 9.5" to the neatline. (Note: List of counties and chief cities lies outside of the neatlines of the Mississippi map.) Map of Louisiana measures approx. 12.5" x 10" to the neatline. If you would like to purchase any of these maps separate from the others, please contact us.
Price: $75.00 Date: 1900
1900Cram$75.00

Model # SOU311
Eastern Half of Texas, verso: Arkansas, and Oklahoma and Indian Ters. - Maker: Cram
Antique printed color double-sided sheet of the Eastern half of Texas (Recto). Includes a list of counties and chief cities within the map. Verso: (Two Maps) A map of Arkansas and a map of Oklahoma and Indian Territories. The map of Arkansas includes a list of counties and chief cities, which falls outside the neatlines. The map of Oklahoma includes an inset map to show the Western-most part of Oklahoma and a list of counties, chief cities, and Indian Nations within the state. Very good condition with some slight overall toning. By Cram, in Cram's Universal Atlas Geographical, Astronomical and Historical, 1900. Recto Map (Eastern Half of Texas) measures approximately 20.5" x 13.5" to the neatline. Map of Arkansas measures approx. 10.25" x 12.5" to the neatline. (Note: List of counties and chief cities falls outside the neatlines of the Arkansas map.) Map of Oklahoma and Indian Ters. measures approx. 9.5" x 13" to the neatline. If you would like to purchase any of these maps separate from the others, please contact us.
Price: $75.00 Date: 1900
1900Cram$75.00

Model # SOU161
Texas **UNAVAILABLE** - Maker: Hammond
Colored, printed map, of Texas, 7" x 5" plus mat, Very good overall antique condition. **TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE** contact us if you are interested in this map
Price: Date: 1927
1927Hammond

Model # NAU310
Galveston Entrance - Maker: USC&GS
Antique uncoloured nautical chart showing the Entrance to Galveston Bay, Texas, by US Coast & Geodetic Survey. The chart says that it was made in 1867 and updated to 1883, however, this chart s a restrike. Restrikes are later prints made using the original printing plates,which means that they are a more authentic “reproduction” than any other type. This restrike was probably made in the early to mid 20th century. Very good condition. Approx. 15.25 x 18.5 inches to the neatline.
Price: $200.00 Date: 20th century
20th centuryUSC&GS$200.00

Model # NAU323
Coast Chart No. 210 Aransas Pass and Corpus Christi Bay, Texas - Maker: USC&GS
Antique uncoloured nautical chart showing Aransas Pass and Corpus Christi Bay, Texas, by US Coast & Geodetic Survey. Includes Padre Island, Mustang Island, and the city of Corpus Christi. The chart says that it was made in 1887, however, this chart is a restrike. Restrikes are later prints made using the original printing plates, which means that they are a more authentic “reproduction” than any other type. This restrike was probably made in the early to mid 20th century. Good condition with a small stain. Approx. 40.75 x 31.75 inches to the neatline.
Price: $225.00 Date: 20th century
20th centuryUSC&GS$225.00

Model # CAM127
Mexico - Maker: Pablo Alabern
Antique hand colored map showing Mexico and Central America. This map was made by Spanish map maker Pablo Alabern circa 1820. It depicts Mexico during the war for independence from Spain. Mexico includes all of "Nueva California", Nuevo Mejico" and Texas which is a part of "San Luis de Potosi". Also shown are Guatamala, Panama, the Yucatan Peninsula, and Cuba. Very good overall antique condition with some minor surface soiling. approx. 13 x 15 inches
Price: $350.00 Date: c. 1820
c. 1820 Pablo Alabern$350.00

Model # TOW588
View of Galveston - Maker: Unknown
Hand colored antique engraved illustration showing a view of Galveston, Texas, from the Bay, with a rowing scene in the forefront. Recent color. Date estimated to be c. 1865 based on the population of Houston listed on the back (6000 people). Very good overall antique condition with mild toning throughout, and some very minor wrinkling of the paper. Measures approximately 4.75" x 7.75" (H x W) to the neatline.
Price: $95.00 Date: c. 1865
c. 1865Unknown$95.00

Model # TOW589
View of Houston - Maker: Unknown
Antique black and white engraved illustration showing a view of Houston, Texas. Recent color. Date estimated to be c. 1865 based on the population of Austin listed on the back (4000 people).Very good overall antique condition with mild toning throughout, and some very minor wrinkling of the paper. Measures approximately 5" x 7.75" (H x W) to the neatline.
Price: $95.00 Date: c. 1865
c. 1865Unknown$95.00

Model # SOU439
Texas Eastern Part - Maker: Cram
Antique printed color map of the eastern half of Texas by Cram, c. 1880. This map is colored by county and shows cities, towns, railroads, etc. Includes Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Waco, Houston, Corpus Christi, Galveston, and more. Text on the lower right lists counties and chief cities. Good to very good antique condition with some mild spots, minor toning, and some small tears at the paper edges including one tear just barely into the map on the left side (the tape on the back side does not appear to be archival). Approx. 20.5 x 13.25 inches to the neatline.
Price: $95.00 Date: c. 1880
c. 1880Cram$95.00

Model # SOU440
Texas Western Part - Maker: Cram
Antique printed color map of the western half of Texas by Cram, c. 1880. This map is colored by county and shows cities, towns, railroads, etc. Includes El Paso, Amarillo, San Angelo, and more. Text on the lower right lists counties and chief cities. Good antique condition with some mild spots including a larger spot in the margin, minor toning, and some small tears at the paper edges including one tear just barely into the map on the right side (archivally repaired). Approx. 20.25 x 13.25 inches to the neatline.
Price: $95.00 Date: c. 1880
c. 1880Cram$95.00

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Antique Maps - United States > South > Texas (44)
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Model # NAM132
Amer. Sep. No. 60 Partie du Mexique*****SOLD***** - Maker: Vandermaelen
Antique hand colored map of part of Texas, Potosi area, includes Galveston, San Antonio, mouth of the Rio Grande, to Louisiana , by Vandermaelen, 1827. Details of landforms, water bodies, ports, counties, towns and cities. Very good overall antique condition, appox. 17 x 20 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1827
1827Vandermaelen

Model # CAM130
Republique des Etats Unis du Mexique ****SOLD**** - Maker: Monin
Antique black and white map showing the south-west of what is now the US, Mexico, and Central America. By Monin, 1837. This map shows early Texas, many Native American Indian tribes, and has an inset of Central America, including Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and part of Panama. Good river detail on the east side of the Rockies, poor in the west, due to lack of information at that time. Very good antique condition with very minor foxing. approx. 17.75 x 12.5 inches. **SOLD**`
Price: Date: 1837
1837Monin

Model # SOU316
No. 13 Map of the State of Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Mitchell
Antique hand colored map of Texas from Mitchell's School and Family Geography, 1846. This map of Texas shows an interesting border shape, where Texas includes half of what is now New Mexico, including Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Also shows the caravan route from Independence to Santa Fe, steam boat lines in the rivers, locations of "remarkable battles", and more. Priced as-is. Good condition with some light staining and surface soiling. Approx. 10.5 x 8 inches to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1846
1846Mitchell

Model # SOU162
View of Galveston, Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Gleason's
Engraving of Galveston from the water, hand colored, 4 1/2" x 6 1/2", matted to 10 1/2 x 12 1/2, very good condition. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1852
1852Gleason's

Model # SOU157A
Preliminary Sketch of Galveston Bay*****SOLD***** - Maker: U.S. Coast Survey
Hand colored antique coastal report chart of Galveston Bay, with bathymetric data, insets of Clopper's Bar and Red Fish Bar. Very good overall antique condition, approx. 19.5 x 16.75 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1852
1852U.S. Coast Survey

Model # SOU162BW
View of Galveston, Texas ***SOLD*** - Maker: Gleason's
Antique black and white engraved illustration showing a view of Galveston, Texas from the Bay, with a rowing scene in the forefront. Print is surrounded by text regarding the Galveston area. Very good overall antique condition with some foxing and surface soiling, mainly at the lower left. Print measures approximately 4.75" x 6.5", Page measures approximately 11.25" x 7". ***SOLD***
Price: Date: 1852
1852Gleason's

Model # SOU181
Preliminary Chart of San Luis Pass, Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: U.S. Coast Survey
Hand colored antique coastal chart of San Luis Pass south of Galveston on the Gulf of Mexico in the mid-19th century, including the southern tip of Galveston Island and the southeastern tip of today's Brazoria Wildlife Refuge (Mud Island), with fine coloring of topography and information on soundings, Tidal Remarks and Sailing Directions. Very good condition, with some toning along original folds, measures approx. 13.5 x 16.75 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1853
1853U.S. Coast Survey

Model # SOU106
Galveston Entrance Texas ***SOLD*** - Maker: U.S. Coast Survey
Antique coastal chart, with detail of coastal landforms and city of Galveston, and bathymetric data. Very good condition, minor wrinkle/fold at bottom, also folds as issued, approximately 14 x 17 inches.
Price: Date: 1853
1853U.S. Coast Survey

Model # SOU338
Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Smith
Antique hand colored map of Texas, By Smith, Published in "Smith's Quarto, or Second Book in Geography," 1853. Shows Oklahoma as "Indian Territory." Includes topographical detail, as well as the settlement locations of nearby Native American tribes (e.g. Chickasaws, Choctaws, Seminoles, etc.). Fair to good overall antique condition with toning, some tearing/paper loss at the outer edges, and a larger stain towards the eastern part of Texas. Measures approximately 10.25" x 8.75" to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1853
1853Smith

Model # SOU349
Sketch I Showing the Progress in Section No. 9 (Galveston Bay, Texas, and vicinity) *****SOLD***** - Maker: U.S. Coast Survey
Antique coastal report chart of the Galveston Bay area off the Gulf of Mexico (including present-day Trinity Bay) near Houston, Texas. Shows Matagorda Bay to Sabine Lake. Created by information collection by the United States Coast Survey in 1848 and 1853. Includes Astronomical and Magnetic Stations. Fair to Good antique condition with a moderate strike (it has not been exposed to sun and is almost certainly not faded- it was simply printed like this to begin with). Page measures approximatley 7.5 x 21.5. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1853
1853U.S. Coast Survey

Model # SOU106HC
Galveston Entrance, Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: U.S. Coast Survey
Antique hand colored coastal chart with detail of coastal landforms (e.g. Pelican Island, Bolivar Point, etc.) and city of Galveston, as well as bathymetric data. Published by the United States Coast Survey, 1853. Good to very good overall antique condition with overall toning, which is darker at the folds, and minor edge wear including a small seam separation at left side. Measures approximately 13.75" x 17" (H x W) to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1853
1853U.S. Coast Survey

Model # SOU078
Map of the State of Texas from the latest Authorities.*****SOLD***** - Maker: Mitchell/Cowperthwait, Desilver & Butler
Antique hand colored map, from Mitchell's "New Universal Atlas, Containing Maps of the Various Empires, Kingdoms, States and Republics of the World, With a Special Map of Each of the United States, Plans of Cities, etc.", 1854. With insets showing Northern Texas, and Map of the Vicinity of Galveston City. Very good overall antique condition, 16 x 13 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1854
1854Mitchell/Cowperthwait, Desilver & Butler

Model # SOU353
No. 13 Map of the State of Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Mitchell
Antique hand colored map of Texas by Mitchell, from "Mitchell's School and Family Geography," 1854. Includes an inset map of Northern Texas, an inset map of the Vicinity of Galveston City, and some topographical detail. Fair to good condition with some spotting. Measures approximately 8.25" x 10.75" to the neatline.
Price: Date: 1854
1854Mitchell

Model # MWE051
Colton's New Map of the State of Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Colton
Includes Plan of Sabine Lake, Plan of Galveston Bay, and Plan of the Northern Part of Texas, and shows Memphi, El Paso and Pacific Railroad route. Very good overall antique condition, 16.5 x 26 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1855/1871
1855/1871Colton

Model # WES129
California. Texas.*****SOLD***** - Maker: Cornell
Antique hand colored map of Texas, and California. Good detail of existing counties, towns and cities, with some landforms, and water bodies. Includes Native American areas, Comanches, Apaches, Kiowa, Mohave, Pahutah, and others. Good condition, some toning and foxing, 10 x 12.5 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1856
1856Cornell

Model # SOU119
Texas ****SOLD**** - Maker: Savage
Black and white antique map from "The World, Geographical, Historical, and Statistical; containing a Description of the Several Continents, Empires, Republics, Kingdoms, and Islands on the Globe", by Charles Savage, published by Ensign, Bridgman, & Fanning, 1856. Good to very good condition, approx. 4.75 x 8.25 inches. ****SOLD****
Price: Date: 1856
1856Savage

Model # SOU454
Galveston Entrance, Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: U.S. Coast Survey
Antique hand colored coastal chart with detail of coastal landforms (e.g. Pelican Island, Bolivar Point, etc.) and city of Galveston, as well as bathymetric data. Published by the United States Coast Survey, 1856. Very good overall restored condition- an area of paperloss was filled in at bottom. Chart was cleaned, deacidified, and backed with light-weight tissue. Measures approximately 13.75" x 17" (H x W) to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1856
1856U.S. Coast Survey

Model # NAM159
Mexico, Mittel-America, Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Flemming
Antique hand colored map of Texas, Mexico and Central America in the mid-19th century, during Texas' transition to statehood, in German, with keys to over 50 mountains and volcanoes, the states of Mexico, and the countries of Central America. From Berghaus' Hand Atlas. Fair condition, mild water stains, edge wear, color still very good, approx. 13 x 16.5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1859
1859Flemming

Model # SOU178
County Map of Texas ***SOLD*** - Maker: Mitchell
Antique hand colored map of Texas, with counties delineated by color, shows the Young Territory, the Bexar Territory, the Presidio, with inset of Galveston Bay and Vicinity. From Mitchell's 1860 atlas. With decorative floral border. Very good condition overall, paper is toned, approx. 10.75 x 13.25 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1860
1860Mitchell

Model # SOU101
Johnson's New Map of the State of Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Johnson and Browning
Antique hand colored map of Texas, with insets of Galveston Bay, the Northern Part of Texas, and Sabine Lake, townships delineated by color, details of towns, roads and routes, landforms and water bodies. Fair condition, toning overall, non-archival tape on face of map near title, archivally repaired seam separation at bottom, some spots and stains, 17 x 23.5 inches. Priced as is. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1860
1860Johnson and Browning

Model # SOU266
Johnson's New Map of the State of Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Johnson
Antique hand colored map of Texas from Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World, 1865. Townships delineated by color, with detail of towns, roads, routes, railroad, landforms and water bodies, and insets of Galveston Bay, Sabine Lake, and the Northern Part of Texas. Fair to good overall antique condition, some toning, water stains in lower corners, some foxing, some small tears in paper edges including two at bottom edge that go into the border. Approx. 16.75 x 23 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1865
1865Johnson

Model # SOU355
Map of Louisiana, Texas, and Arkansas *****SOLD***** - Maker: School Atlas
Antique hand colored map of Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas from a school atlas published in 1866. The coloring of Arkansas displays how these maps were colored- probably with a stencil that the colorist lined up and then painted inside the stencil. The person (often a woman, child, or invalid) who colored Arkansas didn't quite line the stencil up properly. Very good condition, map is attached to a board. Approx. 8 x 10.5 inches to the neatlines.
Price: Date: 1866
1866School Atlas

Model # SOU100
Johnson's Texas ***SOLD*** - Maker: Johnson
Antique hand colored map of Texas, townships delineated by color, with detail of towns, roads, routes, landforms and water bodies, and insets of Galveston Bay and the Northern Part of Texas. Good to Very good condition, some toning, slight waviness to side margins, small seam separation at bottom (can be archivally repaired). Should frame very nicely. Approx. 16.75 x 23 inches to the decorative border. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1870
1870Johnson

Model # SOU140
Gray's Atlas Map of Texas*****SOLD***** - Maker: Gray
Map of Texas, showing counties and towns, with insets of Galveston Bay and Sabine Lake, from Gray's Atlas. 12" x 15", Very good overall antique condition.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1874
1874Gray

Model # SOU276
Texas, Part of New Mexico &c. *****SOLD***** - Maker: Black
Antique printed color map, showing the southwestern state of Texas including part of New Mexico. Very good condition, 14.75 x 11.25" (extends slightly outside of bottom border) **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1879
1879Black

Model # SOU408
Miniature Map of Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Bradstreet
Antique early printed color miniature map of Texas from Bradstreet's Pocket Atlas Of The United States, Published Exclusively for Macullar, Parker & Company, 1880. Shows notable towns and cities, major railways, land, and water features. In good to very good overall antique condition with minor toning and foxing. Measures approximately 3 x 5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1880
1880Bradstreet

Model # SOU229
Colton's Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Colton
Antique hand colored map by Colton, 1887, with state of Texas showing townships, cities, towns, rivers, lakes, land forms, and railroads. Includes insets of Plan of Sabine Lake, Plan of Galveston Bay, Plan of Matagorda Bay, and Plan of the Northern Part of Texas, and shows Dallas, Houston, Ft Worth, El Paso and Pacific Railroad route. Fair antique condition, light water damage mostly outside border, paper is slightly wavy and toned overall, approx. 16.5 x 26 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1887
1887Colton

Model # SOU379
Texas & Indian Territory *****SOLD***** - Maker: Bartholomew
Antique printed color map of Texas and Oklahoma (with a portion of present-day Oklahoma still existing as "Indian Territory," by John Bartholomew, published in Chambers Encyclopaedia, 1888. Includes railroads and topographical details. Also includes an inset map for the westward continuation of Texas. With fold, as issued. Very good overall antique condition with some mild toning of the paper and very minor seam separation at the right side. Measures approximately 11.25" x 8.25" to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1888
1888Bartholomew

Model # SOU099
Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Bradley
Fascinating Antique hand colored map of Texas, with great detail, townships delineated by color, shows towns, roads and routes, water bodies, Indian Territories, also New Mexico. Very good overall antique condition, 16.5 x 22.25 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1889
1889Bradley

Model # NAU244
Lighthouses on the Gulf of Mexico*****SOLD****** - Maker: U.S. Light-House Service
Eighth Lighthouse District. Antique printed color chart of lighthouses along the Gulf of Mexico, coasts of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, published in the Annual Report of the Light-House Board of the United States to the Secretary of the Treasury, corrected up to 1889, showing all light houses, light ships, and the arcs of illumination for major lights, as well as a key to the kind and color of light, such as Fixed Red, Flashing White, etc. Includes an inset map of the Mississippi River and its surroundings. With fold, as issued. Good overall antique condition with mild toning throughout, some roughing of the edges, and some minor seam separation. Measures approximately 8" x 9.75" (H x W) to the neatline. **sold**
Price: Date: 1889
1889U.S. Light-House Service

Model # SOU180
Tunison's Texas & Indian Territory *****SOLD***** - Maker: Tunison
Antique hand colored map of Texas and Indian Territory. Very good condition, paper is toned, approx. 20 x 12.5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1890
1890Tunison

Model # TOW046
Dallas, Texas ****SOLD**** - Maker: Goldthwaite
Antique city plan from Goldthwaite's Universal Atlas, Geographical, Astronomical and Historical, containing a Complete Series of Maps of Modern Geography, Exhibiting the World and its Various Political Divisions as They are To-day, published by Goldthwaite's Geographical Magazine, 1891. Very good overall antique condition, approx. 9.5 x 12 inches. ***SOLD***
Price: Date: 1892
1892Goldthwaite

Model # SOU305
Map of Texas, Oklahoma, and Indian Territory *****SOLD***** - Maker: Hunt & Eaton
Antique printed color map of what is now Texas and Oklahoma, colored by counties and showing railroad lines. Both states are still changing at this time. From the Columbian Atlas of the World We Live In, 1893. Good antique condition with water staining in margin. Approx. 11.5 x 9.5 inches to neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1893
1893Hunt & Eaton

Model # SOU258
Copano Bay, Texas ***SOLD*** - Maker: US Geological Survey
Antique printed color chart of Copano Bay, Texas, by the US Geological Survey and published in Shaler's 1893 The Geological History of Harbors. Includes San Antonio Bay, Charles Bay, Aransas Bay, and more. Very good overall antique condition with light toning at edges of paper. approx. 9.75 x 6 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1893
1893US Geological Survey

Model # CIV128
**SOLD**Plate 54. Map of Texas and part of New Mexico compiled in the Bureau of Topographical Engravers chiefly for military purposes 1857 / Battle-field of New Creek, WVA. August 4th 1864 / Plan of t - Maker: US War Dept.
Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Stephen B. Elkins, Secretary of War, 1893. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. Very good condition with image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1893
1893US War Dept.

Model # CIV139
**SOLD**Plate 65. Road between Bermuda Hundred and Enemy's First Line of Intrenchments on the north and Petersburg on the south, June 1864 / Coast of Texas and its defenses, 1864 with inset of forts / - Maker: US War Dept.
Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, 1893. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. The smaller maps are: two small maps of the area near Marietta GA; one small map of the area near Atlanta GA; Sketch of Defensive Works at Deep Bottom VA; Section through Dutch Gap, James River, VA; Schofield crossing the Chattahoochee; Plan of Dutch Gap Canal and Fortifications, James River, VA. The Texas map shows Matamoras to Sabine City with Corpus Christi and an inset of Galveston and includes small plans of the forts along the coast with numbers corresponding to their locations. Very good condition with mild image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Some mild vertical folds that are barely noticeable. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1893
1893US War Dept.

Model # SOU300
Eastern Half of Texas, verso: Dallas (TX), and Louisiana *****SOLD***** - Maker: Cram
Antique printed color double-sided sheet of the Eastern half of Texas (Recto). Very colorful. Verso (two maps): A map of Dallas, Texas and a map of Louisiana. Very good condition with some slight toning at the edges. By Cram, in The Standard Atlas and Gazetteer of The World, 1894. Recto: Approx. 20.25" x 13.5" to the neatline. Eastern Texas Map extends very slightly past the neatline at the bottom edge. Verso: Dallas map- Approx. 13" x 10" to the neatline. Louisiana map- Approx. 12.5" x 10" to the neatline. If you would like to purchase any of these maps separate from the others, please contact us. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1894
1894Cram

Model # SOU303
Western Half of Texas, verso: New Orleans (LA), and Memphis (TN) *****SOLD***** - Maker: Cram
Antique printed color map of the Western half of Texas (Recto- pages 186 &187). Full, printed color. Verso: Page 185- A map of New Orleans. Includes a reference for prominent buildings and hotels at that time. Page 188- A map of Memphis, Tennessee. Includes markings for "steam railroads" and "horse railroads." Very good condition with some slight toning at the edges. By Cram, in The Standard Atlas and Gazetteer of The World, 1894. Map of Texas (Western Half) Measurements: Approximately 20.25" x 13.5" to the neatline. Map of New Orleans Measurements: Approx. 11.25" x 9.25" to the neatline. Map of Memphis Measurements: Approx. 12.5" x 10" to the neatline. If you would like to purchase any of these maps separate from the others, please contact us. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1894
1894Cram

Model # CIV231
**SOLD**Plate 157. General Topographical Map. Sheet XXII. Parts of Texas and Louisiana. - Maker: US War Dept.
Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, 1894. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography. Includes the coast of Texas from Matagorda Bay to Leesburg in Louisiana, as well as Houston and Austin TX. Very good condition with image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1894
1894US War Dept.

Model # WES211
Dallas, Texas, verso: San Francisco *****SOLD***** - Maker: Cram
Antique printed color map of Dallas, Texas (Recto.) Verso: A map of San Francisco, California which includes a reference to prominent buildings, hotels, churches, and theatres. Also indicates steam roads, as well as cable and horse roads. Both maps show city streets/blocks. Very good overall antique condition with some slight overall toning of the page. By Cram, 1898. Recto map (Dallas, TX) measures approximately 13" x 10" (H x W) to the neatline. Verso map (San Francisco, CA) measures approx. 11.25" x 9.25" to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1898
1898Cram

Model # SOU103
Texas Railroads.*****SOLD***** - Maker: Rand McNally
Antique map of Texas with numbered key to railroads. Great detail of towns and townships, landforms and water bodies. Inset of Southern Portion of Texas. Very good condition, 19.5 x 26.75 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1900
1900Rand McNally

Model # NAU322
Galveston Bay, Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: USC&GS
Antique uncoloured nautical chart showing Galveston Bay, Texas, by US Coast & Geodetic Survey. The chart says that it was made in 1888 and updated to 1897, however, this chart is a restrike. Restrikes are later prints made using the original printing plates, which means that they are a more authentic “reproduction” than any other type. This restrike was probably made in the early to mid 20th century. Good condition with some surface staining. Approx. 40.25 x 32.5 inches to the neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 20th century
20th centuryUSC&GS

Model # WES233
Ceded Territory, with part of Mexico. *****SOLD***** - Maker: unknown
Hand colored antique map showing the South and West of the United States, including Texas with its "stove pipe" border, Upper California stretching to Texas, and Oregon stretching west to the Rockies. Maker of this map is unknown, c. 1850, from a school geography book. Hand coloring is recent, although not done by Maps of Antiquity. Very good condition with some very light image transfer. Approx. 3.5 x 6 inches to neatline. **SOLD**
Price: Date: c. 1850
c. 1850unknown

Model # SOU428
Hoffman & Walker's Pictorial, Historical Map of Texas *****SOLD***** - Maker: Hoffman & Walker
Antique printed color pictorial map of Texas by Hoffman and Walker. This map is copyrighted but does not have a date printed on it. It is estimated to have been published around 1970. With illustrated scenes. The key at the right locates 26 historical points of interest with their explanations. The key at the left locates 17 important Texas Roads, Trails and Wagon Routes. Includes a booklet of information that goes into more depth on the history and importance of the items in the keys. Very good condition, toning overall, slight loss of paper at the lower left edge. Approx. 17.5 x 22.5 inches to the paper edges. **SOLD**
Price: Date: c. 1970
c. 1970Hoffman & Walker

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