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Antique Maps


SOUTHERN EPHEMERA

6017 - A HAND COLORED MAP OF THE RED RIVER IN LOUISIANA 1855 ALONG WITH THE REPORT TO SECRETARY OF WAR JEFFERSON DAVIS CONCERNING THE NAVIGATION OF THE RED RIVER, Two items, [a] Map 14" X 25", "A Map of the Red River with Bayous and Lakes on the vicinity of the Rafts," by Charles A. Fuller, January 1855. Showing the area from Shreveport, LA to Dutch John's Lake in regard to the current "raft" [blockage of the Red River by debris]. The map is extremely detailed and beautifully hand-colored with pastels. [b] Six page string bound printed report by Engineer Charles A. Fuller to Secretary of War Jefferson Davis and Colonel J. J. Albert and then to J. E. Johnston. Fuller's plan was to create another channel in the Red River. In 1850 another appropriation of $100,000 was made, and Capt. Fuller, U. S. E. C., was placed in charge of the work. Instead of cutting the twelve miles of raft between Carolina Bluffs and Gilmer, he contented himself with cutting canals at the head and foot of Dutch John's Lake and to sundry work on Dooley's Bayou, with the object of throwing the water into Soto Late. This useless work cost the United States $90,000. The plans on which Fuller acted were said to be inspired by James B. Gilmer, who at this time was hostile to Shreveport. Gilmer also had a ditch excavated, 5,100 feet in length, from the point where Tone's Bayou leaves Old River into Bayou Pierre. The fall in this short distance, seven or eight feet, attracted the waters of the river, and soon a ship channel was in existence and Tone's Bayou or Antoine Pourier's Bayou, was formed. The head of Tone's Bayou was closed by Surveyor Shreve, about 1843., with driftwood from the raft above. In 1849 James B. Gilmer, a planter, and a ditch made through the obstruction, which gradually widened, until the water found its way to Bayou Pierre Lake, and again falling into Red River through Wincey Bayou, below Coushatta. In 1853 Representative R. White won a appropriation for straightening the river at Scopinis. This work was done in 1859-60, but the first boat did not pass through the cut until 1862. Fuller's plan was a fiasco and rafts continued on the Red River. In 1890 the 300 year old raft was finally removed. Two items, string bound imprint and map......................................SOLD


5181 - A MAP OF THE WESTERN AND NORTHERN FRONTIERS AS PROPOSED BY CHARLES GRATIOT AS OF 1837, SHOWS THE INDIANS LANDS, AREAS OF RESETTLED INDIAN TRIBES, FORTS, published by the Library of Congress, 1861, old border colors, 18" X 23", the colored lines designate travel routes through the area that starts from the Mississippi River to the west, published by W. Hood. Notations are made of treaties with different Indian tribes acquiring lands. Relocated tribes such as the Cherokees, Seminoles, Choctaws, and Creeks are shown to the Northwest of Arkansas in what was to become Indian Territory. Lands ceded by the Sioux, Foxes, Ioways, at Otoes in 1825, others by the Sac and Fox in 1830, the lands of the Pawnees and the Omahas, the Shawnees and the Delaware's, land extending as far north as Fort Snelling and south into Louisiana. A wonderful map of the western frontier as it looked in 1837 after the Indian removal of the early 1830's, red and blue coloring. Very fine, bottom half of right border lacking due to attachment to volume but still leaves a margin for framing.....................................................$295.00

1780 MAPS OF THE SOUTHERN COLONIES

2216 - TEXAS, CALIFORNIA, LOUISIANA, AND FLORIDA, Le Nouveau Mexique, by Rigobert Boone (1729 - 1795), 10" X 14", nicely border colored showing lands from California east to West Florida, centering on the Mexican province of Texas, printed in 1780 during the Revolutionary War. This map comes from: ATLAS DE TOUTES LES PARTIES CONNUES DU GLOBE TERRESTRE with maps by Rigobert Boone, published 1780 (this Atlas was the companion to Guillaume Raynel's Histoire, Rigobert Boone (1729 - 1795) was Royal Hydrographer, he mainly produced Marine charts, however, he is well known for his work on this notable atlas by Guillaume Raynel is as well as a French Atlas in 1764 and a Atlas in 1776 titled "Atlas Moderne". Choice condition, pastel border colors....................................................................$395.00

2217 - THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, LES ETATS UNIS, L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIOALE, by Boone, 1780, Subject: United States - Midwest, 9" X 13.6", REF: Sellers & Van Ee #794. Date: 1780 a fascinating, early map of the western portion of the brand-new United States, centered on the Mississippi River. The southern state's borders have been extended to the Mississippi. Early settlements, frontier forts, missions, mines, Indian villages, as well as some trails and portages are revealed in great detail. Seven distance scales fill the left of the map. Nicely pastel border colored. Spanish controlled areas west of the Mississippi are colored green with Spanish West Florida in attractive pink pastels. The map is quite attractive and the paper fresh and bright. This beautiful map is engraved by Rigobert Boone. This map comes from: ATLAS DE TOUTES LES PARTIES CONNUES DU GLOBE TERRESTRE.....................................$425.00


2218 - THE GULF COAST AND MEXICO, L'ANCIEN ET LE NOUVEAU MEXIQUE AV LA FLORIDE ET LA BASSE LOUISIANE
, By: Rigobert Boone, 1780, 9.5" X 13.5, a detailed map of the Gulf of Mexico showing Mexico as well as the Gulf coast from Texas to the entire area of Spanish Florida. Spanish forts are shown at Natchez, Mobile. Details of the Eastern seaboard show to Charleston. The details are border colored in pastel colors; the paper is fresh and bright. This map comes from: ATLAS DE TOUTES LES PARTIES CONNUES DU GLOBE TERRESTRE....................................................
$350.00


8021 - MAP OF LOUISIANA, GULF COAST 1788, UNDER SPANISH RULE, English version of D'Anville's 1732 Carte de la Louisiane, drawn by Haywood and engraved by Bowen. John Harrison, London, 1788. This map focuses on the Mississippi Delta, showing the Red River as far as Adayes, a Spanish garrison of the Province of Tecas. The coastal area extends in the east from Cape San Blas and Apalachicola Bay (C. Escondido) to an area named Cabo del Norte shown with a small island off the cape. it names New Orleans, Fort Conde, Pensacola, Fort Louis and Mobiliens. The northern portion of Louisiana Territory is portrayed in an inset. The map has many notations of towns destroyed by battles, both Indian and French. Ref:  Sellers & Van Ee #1616; cf Lemmon, Magill & Wiese, Charting Louisiana #24. 19.5" X 13.3". Lovely hand coloring, choice condition. Have seen similar examples offered at $1000 - $1200, this excellent example at...............................................$895.00

12211 - DELAWARE AND MARYLAND
, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 16.5 X 12.5 inches (41.91 X 31.75 centimeters). States shown by counties in hand colored pastels. Insets of the US Treasury and the Central Post Office in DC. Very fine..............................
$75.00

12212 - MAINE, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 16.5 X 12.5 inches (41.91 X 31.75 centimeters). A hand colored county map of the State of Maine during the Civil War. Very fine........................................................$55.00

12213 - NEW JERSEY, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 16.5 X 12.5 inches (41.91 X 31.75 centimeters). A hand colored county map of the State of New Jersey during the Civil War. Very fine...............................................$65.00

12214 - FLORIDA, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 16.5 X 12.5 inches (41.91 X 31.75 centimeters). A hand colored county map of the State of Florida with an inset of the Florida Keys. At this printing Florida was in Confederate hands. Very fine...................$125.00

12215 - ILLINOIS, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 16.5 X 12.5 inches (41.91 X 31.75 centimeters). A hand colored county map of Illinois during the Civil War with an inset of the Court House in Chicago. Very fine....................................$75.00

12216 - IOWA WITH PARTS OF NEBRASKA, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 16.5 X 12.5 inches (41.91 X 31.75 centimeters). A hand colored county map of the State of Iowa with parts of the Nebraska territory. Very fine....................................$85.00

12217 - MINNESOTA AND DAKOTAS, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 16.5 X 12.5 inches (41.91 X 31.75 centimeters). A hand colored county map of the State of Minnesota with the Dakota Territory to the West. Very fine.................................$85.00

12218 - WASHINGTON, OREGON, AND IDAHO, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 16.5 X 12.5 inches (41.91 X 31.75 centimeters). A hand colored county map of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Scarce, very fine.....................................$95.00

12219 - NEW HAMPSHIRE AND VERMONT, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map, county map hand colored with vivid pastel colors. Very fine..............................................$95.00

122111 - MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map with these adjoining states hand colored by county. Very fine........................................$110.00

122112 - KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map with the counties hand colored in pastel colors, insets of the State house at Nashville, the Naval Yard at Memphis, and the entrance to Mammoth Cave. A great map during the middle of the Civil War with Kentucky being a border state and Tennessee in the Confederacy. Very fine..................................$135.00

122113 - TEXAS, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map of Texas with the counties hand colored in pastels, insets of Galveston Bay and Sabine Lake. The most desirable and popular map in the Johnson Atlas. A great map while Texas was in the Confederacy during the Civil War. Very fine, light age to borders. This map is most often seen for sale at $450. This fine example................................................$375.00

122114 - LOUISIANA, ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map with counties all hand colored in pastels. A beautiful map of the tri-state area that composed the Confederate trans-Mississippi region during the Civil War which was raging at the time of this publication. Very fine............................................$135.00

122115 - CALIFORNIA, NEW MEXICO TERRITORY, ARIZONA, COLORADO, NEVADA, AND UTAH, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map, a wonderful western map of the United States, hand colored in pastels by county. Indian lands, a very desirable map of the West. Very fine................$200.00

122116 - ALABAMA AND GEORGIA, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map of the heart of the Confederacy during the Civil War. All counties colored in pastels by hand, an inset of a rice mill on the Savannah River. Very fine................................................$135.00

122117 - NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map of the Carolinas during the Civil War with all counties hand colored in pastels. Insets of a plan of Charleston, Chimney Rock, and Table Mountain. Very fine.................................................$135.00

122118 - PENNSYLVANIA, VIRGINIA, DELAWARE, MARYLAND, AND WEST VIRGINIA, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map with all counties hand colored in pastels. An excellent Civil War vintage map showing the new state of West Virginia separated from Virginia by Union authorities. A most popular map. Very fine.......................................$135.00

122119 - NEW YORK, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map with the counties hand colored in pastels. Insets of Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Oswego, Albany, Troy, and New York City. Very fine....................................................$100.00

122120 - NEW YORK CITY AND ADJACENT CITIES, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map of the City of New York and adjacent communities, all hand colored in pastel colors. A very important map published in the middle of the Civil War. Very fine.........................................$100.00

122121 - MASSACHUSETTS, CONNECTICUT, RHODE ISLAND, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). A large folio map with really vivid pastel colors of these three New England states. Very fine...........................$85.00

122122 - A NEW MILITARY MAP OF US FORTS, MILITARY POSTS, AND HARBORS IN 1861, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). A wonderful map of all US military facilities in the United States as of 1861 that Johnson & Ward incorporated into the 1863 atlas. The Southern harbors that were soon captured by the Confederacy are shown in insets: New Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola, Key West, Savannah, Charleston, Hampton Roads, and also Washington and Baltimore. All hand colored by state in nice pastels. Very fine.....................................................$175.00

122123 - A MAP OF THE VICINITY OF RICHMOND AND THE PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN OF 1862, Johnson & Ward 1863. Printed area measures 26 X 16.5 inches (66.04 X 41.91 centimeters). Large folio map hand colored in attractive pastel colors. A wonderful map incorporated into the 1863 Johnson & Ward atlas of the Union efforts to capture Richmond in 1862. Shows the Union Advance during the Peninsular Campaign of the American Civil War. Also includes considerable detail ranging from soundings to individual buildings, wells, and bridges. It is extremely rare to find this map in good condition as it fully occupied its page in the Johnson's Atlas, lacking space for substantial borders. This one is unusually nice. Very fine............................................SOLD

122124 - MISSISSIPPI IN 1838
, T.G. Bradford. 11.5" X 14", hand colored by county. Bradford's Atlas was one of the most popular atlas on the period, beautiful colors that are done by hand. Very fine......................................
$200.00 [This map usually sells for $250 up]

All the Johnson & Ward maps are in very fine condition with light age tone at the wide margins. Colors are bright and sharp. All maps are in custom large Mylar sleeves and are shipped in tubes for security [large folio maps] with the smaller maps shipped flat.


A Collection of Early United States Maps

 

These maps are from "Atlas Geographique, statistique, historique, et chronologique des deux ameriques et des iles adjacentes" is illustrated of 63 plates on double page including 51 engraved maps and finely colored at the time.  34 maps are devoted to North America, including 28 which represent states of the Union and 17 others of South America and the Antilles. 27.5 x 21 in (69.8 x 53.5 cm). This book is a 

 

very beautiful French edition of the American Atlas of Carey & Lea, "A complete historical, chronological, and geographical American Atlas," published in Philadelphia in 1822. Nevertheless, it's different from its American model: seven new maps were added, not appearing in the American edition, including a map of the United States, dated 1825; three of them were modified, like the map of the Russian possession which reflects the Treaty of 1825 between the United States and Russia on the limits of the  north-western coast.

NORTH CAROLINA, 1825, as described above, near mint condition, 21" x 27.5"..........................$350.00

SOUTH CAROLINA, 1825, as described above, near mint condition.....................$350.00

VIRGINIA, 1825, as described above, near mint...................$350.00

FLORIDA, 1825, as described above but not shown, firm, crisp paper, some old light stains at the bottom totally unaffecting the colorful map..........................$325.00

 

Jacques Nicolas Bellin 1703-72

Bellin spent over fifty years at the French Hydrographic Service where he was appointed the first 'Ingenieur Hydrographe de La Marine'. During his term of office there, he was commissioned to carry out major surveys, first of the coasts of France and later of all the known coasts of the world. These tremendous undertakings resulted in the production of a very large number of sea charts of the highest quality which appeared in many editions with varying numbers of charts to the end of the century. He was appointed 'Hydrographer to the King' and was member of the Royal Society in London.

Map of the Northeast Florida Coast, 1756, by Bellin, 5 3/4" x 8", pastel colored, German edition map by Bellin "Karte Von Des Franzoschen Florida", detailed coastline map from St. Augustine northeast to Cape Fear, includes Charles Town, small but colorful map, Cummings #305, very fine....................$150.00

1757 Virginia By Bellin

This beautiful map with original hand coloring is engraved by Jacques Nicolas Bellin. A beautiful map showing the boundaries of Colonel Virginia just before the French & Indian War with Maryland and parts of New Jersey. Size:  The map measures approximately 16" x 10", (40 cm x 26 cm). Description:  This is an original hand colored antique map........$595.00

1773 The Carolinas by Bellin

 

Size as above, 10" x 16", original hand-colored map by Bellin in beautiful pastel colors, a wonderful early map of the Carolinas and Georgia with rather narrow western boundaries of these Southern British Colonies, condition is excellent.......$595.00

 

Boone 1729-1795

As Royal Hydrographer, Boone's principle interest lay in the production of marine charts, but he issued a number of other works, often including maps by fellow cartographers. He also provided maps for a notable atlas by Guillaume Raynal and for a Historical Atlas and Encyclopedia published in association with Nicolas Desmaret.

CARTE DE LA LOUISIANE, ET DE LA FLORIDE - COPPERPLATE MAP BY M. BOONE, 1780; MAP OF LOUISIANA AND FLORIDA WITH THE SOUTHERN ENGLISH COLONIES, 8" X 12.5", copperplate uncolored map by Boone, c 1760 just before the end of the French & Indian War, French Louisiana and Spanish Florida, the English Colonies of Georgia and the Carolinas are shown in early configurations, a small inset of the French area near the Missouri River, Indian lands are shown, a nice early Southern map, map is in mint condition, uncolored as issued............................................$375.00

1780 CAROLINA & GEORGIA,  
a wonderful Revolutionary War map of the Southern Colonies, excellent details including Indian lands...This beautiful map is engraved by Rigobert Boone. This map comes from: ATLAS DE TOUTES LES PARTIES CONNUES DU GLOBE TERRESTRE with maps by Rigobert Boone, published 1780 (this Atlas was the companion to Guillaume Raynal's Histoire, Rigobert Boone (1729-1795) was Royal Hydrographer. He mainly produced Marine Charts, however, he is well known for his work on this notable atlas by Guillaume Raynal in as well as a French Atlas in 1764 and a Atlas in 1776 titled "Atlas Moderne." 10" x 16" - Choice condition.....................
$395.00

TEXAS, CALIFORNIA, LOUISIANA, AND FLORIDA, Le Nouveau Mexique, by Rigobert Boone (1729-1795), 10" x 14", nicely border colored showing lands from California east to West Florida, centering on the Mexican province of Texas, printed in 1780 during the Revolutionary War. This map comes from:  ATLAS DE TOUTES LES PARTIES CONNUES DU GLOBE TERRESTRE with maps by Rigobert Boone, published 1780 (this Atlas was the companion to Guillaume Raynel's Histoire, Rigobert Boone (1729-1795) was Royal Hydrographer, he mainly produced Marine charts, however, he is well known for his work on this notable atlas by Guillaume Raynel in as well as a French Atlas in 1764 and a Atlas in 1776 titled "Atlas Moderne". Choice condition..........................$395.00

A PART OF VIRGINIA WHICH WAS THE SEAT OF ACTION, 7 3/4 x 10 1/2, copperplate map engraved for Gordon's History of the American War, ample borders, a detailed map of Southeast Virginia from Orange County north, south to Prince George County, and east to the sea to York and Princess Anne County, and again north to the Potomac River, c 1782-85, York and Gloucester, sites of the last battles in Virginia are shown, excellent Rev. War period century map..............$395.00

A NEW MAP OF NORTH AMERICA FROM THE LATEST DISCOVERIES 1763, overall 12" x 16", a very detailed map of the areas from Spanish Texas north to Canada and south to the Spanish possessions of Florida. This 1763 dated map shows the French and English possessions prior to the settlement of the French and Indian War with France still having huge possessions prior to their loss of territory. Tremendous details given to territorial markings and Indian tribes and villages as this map detailed many new sites in the western portion of North America. English in origin, French territories are colored in pastel green with lines marking territory boundaries outlined in red ink. Some overlay at the left corner from text from a previous page barely affecting the corner of the map, otherwise paper is fresh and bright, tremendous details......................................SOLD


Antique American State Maps

REPUBLIC OF TEXAS, 1842, 10" X 12", engraved by Dower of London. A map of North America border colored in inks in pastel colors showing the new Republic of Texas, Missouri Territory, & New California. An interesting early map before the War with Mexico in 1846. Covers from Central America north to Canada................................SOLD

ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI, LOUISIANA, 1862, by Johnson, 17" x 27" overall, all parishes and counties hand-colored in attractive pastels, excellent Civil War period map. Fine condition..........................................$125.00

ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI, LOUISIANA, 1862, by Johnson & Browning, 17" x 27" overall, all parishes and counties hand-colored in attractive pastels, excellent Civil War period map. Fine condition.............................................$125.00

ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI, LOUISIANA, 1863, Johnson and War Atlas map of (by Johnson & Ward) with the highly sought after Johnson and Ward border. The map image (including border) is approximately 17" x 27" inches. All hand-colored parishes and counties.............................................$135.00

ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI, LOUISIANA, 1866, by A.L. Johnson. Large folio map, 17" x 27", showing the tri-state area just post-war, all parishes and counties hand-colored in attractive pastel colors. A massive map for display, fine...........................$100.00

LOUISIANA, 1850, by Cowperthwait, 13" x 17", inset of a street plan of New Orleans, all parishes of the time colored in pastels, steamboat routes, a nice early Louisiana map in sharp colors and an attractive border, very fine.........................$150.00

 

 

LOUISIANA 1855, Original hand colored by Parish, Steel Plate Engraved Map Page from Colton's General Atlas 1860 (Covers and Title Page copies provided), published in 1860 by Johnson and Browning, 14" x 17".......................$125.00

NEW ORLEANS AND LOUISVILLE, 1850, by Colton, 15" x 18" overall, hand-colored street plan of both important Riverboat cities in the mid 19th Century. Colored in attractive pastels. Choice condition..........................$95.00

A PLAN OF NEW ORLEANS, 1867, by Mitchell, 11" x 14", street plan of the city just after the Civil War. Different sectors of the city colored in attractive pastels, very fine..............$80.00

LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, ARKANSAS,1860, by Mitchell, 12" x 15", a medium sized tri-state map will all counties and Louisiana parishes colored in pastels, ornate border, very fine with bright colors.........................$90.00

MISSISSIPPI, 1855, by Colton, 14" x 17", published in the Johnson & Browning Atlas, all counties hand-colored in pastel colors, very fine...................$110.00

FLORIDA, 1867, by Mitchell, 12" x 15", all counties hand-colored in pastels, large street plan of Mobile, AL as an inset, very fine, just post-War................$100.00

PENNSYLVANIA, 1859, by Colton, 15" x 17" overall, brightly hand-colored counties, ornate borders, one 1/2" damp stain at top of border unaffecting the state map, really bold colors, fine...........................$49.00

GEORGIA & ALABAMA, 1861,
by Johnson and Browning, 17" x 27". Large centerfold map of both Southern states with all counties hand-colored in pastel colors, several attractive vignettes, very fine.........................$125.00

GEORGIA & ALABAMA, 1863, by Alvin Johnson & Co. 17" x 27", large centerfold map, lightly tinted in pastels by county, fresh paper......................$125.00

GEORGIA & ALABAMA, 1867, by A. Johnson, 17" x 27". Large centerfold map, colored by county in pastels, attractive vignettes, bold, dark colors, very fine..............$135.00

ALABAMA, 1857, by Colton, 14" X 17". Vivid hand-colored map in pastels by county. An excellent Antebellum map with Alabama standing alone. Very fine......................$95.00

VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, PA, & DELAWARE, 1864, by A.J. Johnson, 17" x 27", all hand-colored by county, vignettes of Fortress Monroe, University of VA, Treasury Buildings, ornate border, very fine..................................$125.00

The following 1862 Johnson Maps are all hand colored

NEBRASKA, DAKOTAS, COLORADO AND KANSAS, 1862, by Johnson, 14" X 18". Hand-colored, excellent.........................$95.00

WASHINGTON AND OREGON, 1862, by Johnson, 14" X 18". Hand- colored..............$85.00

IOWA AND NEBRASKA, 1862, by Johnson, 14" X 18". Hand-colored, choice..............$75.00

NEW ENGLAND, 1862, by Johnson, 18" X 25". Maine down to Connecticut.................$65.00

MARYLAND AND DELAWARE, 1862, by Johnson, 14" X 18". Colored........................$75.00

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