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Antique rare maps of Pennsylvania





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1825 - Carte Géographique, Statistique et Historique de la Pensylvanie

  • $14.99

Attractive map of Pennsylanvia, colored by county and showing the various towns, roads, rivers, bridges, and a host of other details. The map is surrounded by text describing the state, its population, governors, religion, education, commerce, climate...


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1828 - Plan von Philadelphia

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Early map of Philadelphia, published in Weimar, Germany. The map provides a fine picture of Philadelphia at the end of the 1820s. The map appeared in Reise Sr. Hoheit des herzogs Bernhard zu Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach durch Nord-Amerika in den jahren...


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1835 - Girard College for Orphans at Philadelphia, Penn.

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Striking view of the Girard College for Orphans, designed by Thomas Ustick Walter and engraved by A.W. Graham. Girard College was founded in 1833 and opened on January 1, 1848. Founded by Stephen Girard, the school was intended as a school for poor,...


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1840 - Philadelphia

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A highly detailed plan of Philadelphia from one of the best 19th-century English commercial atlases. Numerous streets, squares, buildings of historical interest, and railroads are all named. The map includes a key naming ninety buildings and other...


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1845 - Neueste Karte von Pennsylvania mit seinen Canaelen, Strassen & Entfernungen der Hauptpunkte. Nach den bessten Quellen verbessert. 1845

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Fine example of this elegantly engraved & detailed map of Pennsylvania, based upon Tanner's work in the early 1840s. Shows counties, towns, roads, canals, lakes, etc. While often referred to as the German Mitchell, this characterization is unfair,...


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1855 - The Cities of Pittsburgh and Allegheny with Parts of Adjacent Boroughs [with] The City of Cincinnati Ohio.

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Two nice town maps on a single sheet, each with excellent detail and colored by ward. Early Pittsburgh maps are scarce. Decorative border. A terrific map, from JH Colton, one of the most prolific American mapmakers of the mid-19th century.


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1855 - Philadelphia

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Detailed map of of Philadelphia, colored by wards and showing streets, roads, buildings, rail lines, wharfs, stations and other details. An excellent pre-Civil War map. JH Colton was one of the pre-eminent American map publishing firms in the mid-19th...


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1865 - Map Showing The Subdivision Into Leases of the Holmden, Hyner, Morey, McKenney, Dawson, Rooker, Blackmer, Ball, Walter Holmden, Reynolds, Luther Wood, & Copeland Farms. On Pit Hole Creek Cornplanter & Alleghany Townships Venango Co. PA. Surveyed & Com

  • $21.99

One of the First American Oil Booms - and the Site of John Wilkes Booth's Failed Investment in Oil and the World's First Oil Pipeline. Rare separately published map illustrating the available lands which in and around Pit Hole Creek, following the...


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1866 - Howe's Map of the Oil District of Pennsylvania.

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The First American Oil Boom. Rare Titusville-published map of the Pennsylvania Oil Region, the location of the first major oil boom in U.S. history. The map covers portions of Venango, Warren, and Crawford counties, which are outlined in pink, green,...


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1867 - Map of the Vicinity of Richmond and Part of the Peninsula From Surveys Made by Order of Maj. Gen. J.F. Gilmer Chief Engineer. C.S.A

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Rare map of the area between the Pamunkey and Ames Rivers, showing the Vicinity of Richmond, Virginia, as surveyed by Jeremy Francis Gilmer, surveyor for the Confederate States of America. The map bears some relationship to Albert H. Campbell's Map of...


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1870 - Plan of Philadelphia

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Detailed plan of the City, showing wards, streets, public buildings, ferrys, Windmill or Smith Island, Cooper's Point, Steamboat Routes, warves, and a host of Railroad and other details.


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1874 - Machinery Hall. Centennial International Exhibition. Fairmount Park Philadelphia. 1876.

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Fine example of Louis Aubrun's view of Machinery Hall, one of the primary exhibition buildings constructed for the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. This fine tinted lithographic view was one of a group of views commissioned in 1874 by the...


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1874 - Art Gallery. Centennial International Exhibition. Fairmount Park Philadelphia. 1876.

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Fine example of Thomas Hunter's view of the Art Gallery, one of the primary exhibition buildings constructed for the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. This fine tinted lithographic view was one of a group of views commissioned in 1874 by the...


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1875 - Bird's Eye View, Centennial Buildings. Fairmount Park Philadelphia. 1876.

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Fine example of Thomas Hunter's view of the Art Gallery, one of the primary exhibition buildings constructed for the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. The map shows the five major buildings: the Main Exhibition Building, Memorial Hall (Art...


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1880 - Map of Pittsburgh Allegheny and Adjacent Boroughs

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Large antique hand-colored lithographed folding map of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, initially published by Krebs & Brother in 1869, here in an edition updated to 1880 by J.R. Miller. The map is hand-colored and numbered by ward. It extends as far...


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1883 - Outline Map of the County and City of Philadelphia and Vicinity [with] Philadelphia

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Large map of Philadelphia, with a smaller regional map and yet a third map showing the 23rd Ward. From one of the leading American map publisher of the 1870s and 1880s. Nice large format map.