New Jersey

Antique rare maps of New Jersey


1823 - A Map Shewing the extent of the Susquehanna Country and its Practicable Canal Routes as designated by the Susquehanna Commissioners (with Report By The Maryland Commissioners on A Proposed Canal From Baltimore To Conewago)

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Fine large folding map, illustrating the work of the Commissioners appointed in December 1822 to survey the route of a Canal which would connect the Susquehanna River with the City of Baltimore. Published by Fielding Lucas Jr. in Baltimore, this rare...


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...


1778 - [Revolutionary War Battle Plan] The Course of Delaware River from Philadelphia to Chester, Exhibiting the several Works erected by the Rebels to defend its Passage, with the Attacks made upon them by is Majesty's Land & Sea Forces . . . 1778

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Revolutionary War Battle Plan -- Fine Original Outline Color First state (of three) of Faden's battle map of the Delaware River, between Philadelphia and Chester. Faden's map depicts the Theater of War on the Delaware River, just below Philadelphia,...


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...


1688 - A New Map of New Jarsey and Pensilvania

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Fine example of Robert Morden's early map of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, one of the earliest obtainable English maps of New Jersey and the region around Philadelphia (then called Philadelphia City). Beginning in the 1670s, the English fortunes in...


1757 - Carte De La Baye Chesapeack et pays Voisins . . .

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An excellent map of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and part of New Jersey. Extends west to the Applachians and shows towns, roads, mountains, rivers, islands, capes, ports and other nice details. A nice French & Indian War map of the Southern...


1777 - The Province of New Jersey Divided into East and West, commonly called the Jerseys . . . 1778

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Rare second state of Faden's map of New Jersey, based upon Bernard Ratzer's surveys in 1769, as significantly revised and improved by Faden in December 1778. This rare second state of the map, issued 12 months after the first edition, is based upon...


1778 - (Battle of Monmouth) Sketch of the Skermish between ye Rear of the British Army under the Command of his Excellency Genl: Sir H. Clinton and the Advanced Corps of ye Rebel Army June 28th 1778

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Unique Contemporary Manuscript Plan of Battle which Secured George Washington’s Role as “Father of the Nation” Finely-executed contemporary manuscript map of the Battle of Monmouth, the last major engagement of the Northern Theater of the...


1794 - A Map of New Jersey from the best Authorities . . . 1794

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Rare example of John Stockdale's map of New Jersey from the London edition of Morse's Geography. This map is quite possibly the first English language map of New Jersey published following the conclusion of the American Revolution and one of only a...


1795 - New Jersey

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One of the earliest American maps of the state of New Jersey from the first American gazetteer. Joseph T. Scott, a Philadelphia engraver and publisher, issued his gazetteer during the early days of American cartography. Scott included much detail of...


1796 - The State of New Jersey, Compiled from the most Accurate Surveys.

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Nice example of John Reid's map of New Jersey, the second folio map of the state to appear in a commercial atlas. The map is drawn largely from Carey's map by Samuel Lewis, issued the prior year. An excellent topographical map, showing the counties,...


1799 - State of New Jersey

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One of the earliest obtainable maps of the state of New Jersey. Shows counties, towns, roads, rivers, lakes, islands, churches, court houses, and other early details. Includes topographical details. The map is reduced from the Reid map, which in...


1804 - New Jersey

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Early map of the state of New Jersey, from Arrowsmith & Lewis's Atlas. Tanner was the engraver of the map and signed it under the title "Tanner, Sc."


1814 - The State of New Jersey Compiled from the Most Authentic Information

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Fine Early Map of the State of New Jersey Nice example of Mathew Carey's map of New Jersey, first published in Carey's General Atlas in 1814. The map is exceptionally detailed for the period, being one of the earliest maps to show in detail the road...


1814 - New Jersey

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Nice example of Mathew Carey's map of New Jersey. A highly detailed map, which includes towns, roads, rivers, mountains, and many other details.


1817 - New Jersey

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Rare First Edition of The Lucas Map of New Jersey Nice example of Fielding Lucas' early map of New Jersey, from his New & Elegant General Atlas of the United States . . . Hand colored by counties, this is one of the first maps of New Jersey...