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Antique rare maps of Delaware





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1809 - A New Chart of the Coast of North America From New York to Cape Hatteras Including the Bays of Delaware and Chesapeak, with The Coasts of New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and Part of the Coast of North Carolina. By Captain N. Holland. An Improved Edition

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A Rare British Sea Chart of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions (The Colonial Williamsburg / William Wooldridge Copy) Extremely rare separately issued chart of the coast from New York to North Carolina, which was issued separately and in Laurie...


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1640 - Nova Virginiae Tabula

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The First Dutch Map of Virginia Fine, wide-margined, old color example of Blaeu's map of Virginia, and the Chesapeake region, based upon John Smith's map of Virginia, the most important map of Virginia published in the 17th Century. This is the...


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1688 - A New Map of Virginia [and the Chesapeake]

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First State of Morden's Map of Virginia. Fine example of Robert Morden's map of Virginia, one of the earliest obtainable English maps of the Chesapeake region. Beginning in the 1670s, the English fortunes in North America took a dramatic turn...


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1689 - A New Map of Virginia Mary=Land And The Improved Parts of Penn=sylvania & New=Jersey

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Christopher Browne's Map of the Chesapeake & Delaware Bay Regions -- The First Map to Accurately Depict The Boundary Line Which Settled The Penn-Calvert Boundary Dispute, Which Would Become The Mason-Dixon Line Rare second state of Christopher...


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1692 - Carte Particuliere de Virginie, Maryland, Pennsilvanie, La Nouvelle Jarsey. Orient et Occidentale [Heighten in Gold!]

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Heightened with Gold Leaf -- Fine Old Color Fine early large-format chart of Chesapeake Bay and the Delaware Estuary, by Pierre Mortier. This detailed and attractive chart focuses on Chesapeake Bay, and includes all of the Tidewater areas of...


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1719 - A New Map of Virginia Mary=Land And The Improved Parts of Penn=sylvania & New Jersey Most humbly Inscribed to the Right Hon.ble the Earl of Orkney &c….1719

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John Senex's edition of the Augustine Hermann Map of the Chesapeake. An antique map of the Chesapeake Bay from John Senex's edition of Christopher Browne's seminal map. Includes the Delaware Bay, Maryland and parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey,...


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1757 - A Map of Maryland with the Delaware Counties and the Southern Part of New Jersey &c.

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Detailed map of Maryland, Delaware, the Chesapeake Bay and parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Engraved by Thomas Kitchin. The map shows towns, counties, roads, rivers, bays, and a host of other details. The map accompanied the August 1757 edition...


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1769 - A Map of that Part of America where a Degree of Latitude was measured for the Royal Society by Cha. Mason & Jere: Dixon

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The Survey of the Mason Dixon Line. Detailed regional map of the Chesapeake and contiguous parts of Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, showing the results of Mason & Dixon's survey of the boundaries between Pennsylvania...


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1776 - A Chart of Delaware Bay and River, Containing a full & exact description of the Shores, Creeks, Harbours, Soundings, Shoals, Sands and Bearings of the most considerable Land Marks, from the Capes to Philadelphia. Taken from the Original Chart Published a

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Fine example of William Faden's important early chart of the Delaware River, prepared on the eve of the American Revolutionary War. Fadens chart is the earliest obtainable derivative of Joshua Fisher's virtually unobtainable map, which has been...


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1777 - Virginie, Maryland en 2 feuilles par Fry et Jefferson Traduit, Corrige, augmente …1777

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Rare Revolutionary War period map of Virginia & Maryland, published by Le Rouge. Le Rouge's 2 sheet edition is based upon the Fry Jefferson map, but covers only Virginia, Maryland & Delaware, plus the southern portions of New Jersey and...


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1779 - To the American Philosophical Society this Map of the Peninsula between Delaware & Chesopeak Bays with the said Bays and Shores adjacent drawn from the most Accurate Surveys is inscribed by John Churchman

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A Legendary American Rarity: The First State of the Churchman Map of the Chesapeake, One of the Only Maps Published in America During the Revolution. Rare, separately-issued American map of the Delmarva Peninsula, Chesapeake Bay, and Delaware Bay,...


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1786 - Observations sur la Virginie [with the map:] A Map of the country between Albermarle Sound, and Lake Erie, comprehending the whole of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Pensylvania, with parts of several other of the United States of America. Engraved for

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First Published Edition of Jefferson's Notes on Virginia, with the Only Map Attributed to Thomas Jefferson. Engraved folding map, folding table. [4], viii, 190, [6], 197-387, 288-290, [5, errata] pages of French text (i.e., complete). 8vo, 8 x 4.75...


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1787 - Notes on the State of Virginia [with the map:] A Map of the country between Albemarle Sound, and Lake Erie, comprehending the whole of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Pensylvania, with parts of several other of the United States of America. Engraved for

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Engraved folding map, folding table. Title, advertisement and contents leaf, 382 pages of English text (i.e., complete). 8vo, 8 x 4.75 inches, contemporary calf, rebacked to style. First English Edition of Jefferson's Notes on Virginia, with the Only...


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1787 - A Map of the country between Albemarle Sound, and Lake Erie, comprehending the whole of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Pensylvania . . .

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Thomas Jefferson's Map of Virginia Thomas Jefferson's rare and important map of the Mid Atlantic region, engraved from a manuscript draft drawn by Jefferson in 1786, while serving as a United States Minister in Paris. The map was prepared to...


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1793 - Carte De La Virginie Et Du Maryland Dressee sur la grande carte Angloise de Mrs. Josue Fry et Pierre Jefferson . . .

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Nice example of the single sheet version of the seminal Fry-Jefferson map of Virginia and Maryland, engraved by Elisabeth Haussard and published in Paris by Robert De Vaugondy for the Atlas Universel. A well executed reduction of Joshua Fry and Peter...


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1794 - A New and Accurate Chart of the Bay of Chesapeak Including Delaware Bay With all the Shoals, Channels, Islands, Entrances, Soundings, & Sailing marks as far as the Navigable Part of The Rivers Patomack Patapsco & N. East. . . .

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The First Large Format Sea Chart of the Chesapeake Published in America Fine large chart of the coastline from New Jersey south to Cape Henry, Virginia, published by William Norman in Boston. The chart includes a detailed treatment of the Chesapeake...