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Thomas Conder

Thomas Conder




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1775 - A New Map of North America, agreeable to the most approved Maps and Charts.

  • $14.99

Decorative map of North America with a large title cartouche. The map shows the British Colonies still extending to the Mississippi, although Pennsylvania is now truncated. East and West Florida are shown. The northwest coast of America is still New...


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1793 - A Map of The Western Part of the Territories belonging to the United States of America. . . .

  • $14.99

Nice example of this scarce regional map of the United States, which appeared in A Topographical Description of the Western Territory of North America ... by Gilbert Imlay. The map covers the region from the Great Lakes through Georgia and from the...


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1779 - Various Plans and Draughts of Cities, Towns, Harbours &c . . . [New York, Boston, Charleston, Delaware River to Philadelphia & Havana]

  • $14.99

Detailed set of Revolutionary War era harbor plans, based upon larger maps of the period, including New York, Boston, Charleston and Philadelphia. Each of the plans in turn is based upon separately issued large format plans by Faden.


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1777 - The Jerseys, &c. &c

  • $14.99

Scarce map of New Jersey and vicinity, from Gordon's American War: History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the Independence of the United States of America…published in London in 1777. The map is one of the better regional maps of New...


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1794 - A Map of the Middle States of America, Drawn from the latest and best Authorities . . .

  • $9.99

Rare map of Western Territory and the Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States in the last decade of the 18th Century. The map extends to the Illinois & Wabash Rivers, Lake Michigan and the confluence of the Ohio and Cumberland Rivers in western...


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1770 - West Indies agreeable to the most approved Maps and Charts . . .

  • $14.99

Decorative map of the Caribbean, extending from South Florida to the Northern edge of South America and the Windward and Leeward Islands. Nice detail in the Bahamas. Great Cayman and Little Caymans are shown. Decorative title vignette.