A Plan of Boston, from Actual Survey *****SOLD***** - 1796 
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Rare antique black and white map of Boston, originally published in John West's "Boston Directory," drawn by Osgood Carleton in 1796; fascinating picture of the city in the decade following the end of the Revolutionary War, with many named streets and wharves, including the aptly named Long Wharf, and numbered key to noteworthy buildings including Faneuil Hall, and the Old and New State Houses; features a large mill pond in northwest of city, created by damming the Charles River. Very good condition, cleaned and repaired including upper left corner restoration, measures approx. 14.25 x 8.25 inches. *****SOLD*****
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