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Antique rare maps of Pennsylvania





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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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1826 - [Map of the Country between Washington & Pittsburg refering to the contemplated Chesapeake & Ohio Canal and its General Route and Profile. October 1826

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Rare separately issued map showing the route of the proposed Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, likely published as a presentation piece. After the Revolutionary War, George Washington was the chief advocate of using waterways to connect the Eastern Seaboard...


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1863 - The New War Map of Maryland Part of Virginia & Pennsylvania. Published by B.B. Russell . . .

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Rare separately issued map of the Mid-Atlantic theater of the American Civil War, published in Boston by Mayer & Co. The map extends south to Fredericksburg and Fairfax and north to Harrisburg and Reading and East to Philadelphia and Delaware Bay,...


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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...


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1835 - Pennsylvania and New Jersey

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Early map of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, from an early edition of Bradford's Comprehensive Atlas. The map is colored by counties and shows towns, rivers, lakes, bays, harbors, islands and other important places. Bradford's Comprehensive Atlas...


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1687 - A Mapp of ye Improved Part of Pensilvania in America. Divided into Countyes, Townships and Lotts Surveyed by Tho: Holme . . . .

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Holme's Map of Philadelphia in Deluxe Contemporary Dutch Color Extraordinary map of the area around Philadelphia, as surveyed by Thomas Holme at the request of William Penn. Offered here in extraordinary original color, quite possibly the finest...


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1752 - A Map of Philadelphia and Parts Adjacent With a Perspective View of the State-House

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An Interesting Mid-Century Lithographic Edition of the Scull & Heap Philadelphia Interesting Wagner & McGuigan edition of Scull & Heap's seminal Philadelphia map. When first issued in 1752, the famous Scull and Heap plan was intended to...


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1771 - [Untitled map of part of Maryland, southeastern Pennsylvania, and the upper Del-Mar-Va Peninsula]

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Important early American map, depicting the prospective road and canal routes linking the Delaware and Chesapeake Bays. The focal point of the map is transportation in the Mid-Atlantic Colonies. Solid lines indicate three proposed canal routes between...


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1775 - A Map of Pennsylvania Exhibiting not only the Improved Parts of that Province, but also Its Extensive Frontiers: Laid down from Actual Surveys, and Chiefly From The Late Map of W. Scull Published in 1770 . . .

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The Province of Pennsylvania on the Eve of the American Revolution Important Revolutionary War-era map of Pennsylvania, compiled by Sayer & Bennett, primarily from William Scull's landmark map. This large and impressive map of the colony of...


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1777 - A View and Plan of Mud Island on the Delaware [One of the First Depictions of an American Flag]

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Revolutionary War Manuscript Map of Fort Mifflin, with a very early Drawing of an American Flag Finely-executed Revolutionary War manuscript plan and view of Fort Mifflin on Mud Island on the Delaware River, just below Philadelphia, including a fine...


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1779 - The East Prospect of the City of Philadelphia in the Province of Pennsylvania

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The Earliest Reasonably Obtainable View of Philadelphia Fine large format view of Philadelphia, with inset views of the State House and Battery, which appeared in the London Magazine. The view is based on George Heap's famed drawing of the City,...


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1799 - Philadelphia in Amerika. / Bonaparte an der spitze seiner Pariser National Garde am 8 Novemb. 1799

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Capital of the United States Rare early view of Philadelphia, then capital of the United States, from a rare German publication The view was published in "Allgemeine Welt-Chronik oder neue und wichtige Zeit-Geschichte aller Länder und Völker." The...


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1811 - To The Citizens of Philadelphia, This New Plan of the City and its Environs. Taken from Actual Survey Is Respectfully Dedicated by their Humble Servt. John A. Paxton . . .

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Rare early plan of Philadelphia, which appeared in published by John Paxton and engraved by William Harrison of Philadelphia. The map shows West at the top and provides a very different treatment of the City, when compared to predecessor plans such as...


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1823 - A Topographical Map of the Route of a Proposed Canal and the Country Between Conewago and Baltimore

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Rare map of the area between Baltimore, Harve de Grace and Middletown, Pennsylvania, drawn by Fielding Lucas Jr. for the Report of the Maryland Commissioners regarding the proposed canal from Baltimore to Conewago, Pennsylvania. The map illustrates...