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Antique rare maps of New England





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1728 - A Chart of the Atlantick Ocean from Buttons Island To Port Royall [Includes Large Map of Chesapeake Bay, Delaware Bay, New York City and Vicinity]

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Rare and Fine Chart of the Eastern Seaboard from an Influential Atlas Scarce early-eighteenth century English sea chart of the East Coast of North America, which includes a second and more detailed chart of the region between Cape Henry and Long...


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1730 - Carte Du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France et des Decouvertes qui y ont ete faites . . .

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Fine example of Covens & Mortier's edition of De L'Isle's seminal map of Canada, the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest, and one of the most important and influential maps of Canada published in the 18th Century. De L'Isle's map is of seminal...


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1732 - New England, New York, New Jersey and Pensilvania

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Highly detailed regional map of the Northeastern United States, from Moll's Atlas Minor. A fine early regional map of the American Colonies.


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1737 - Nouvelle Carte Particuliere De L'Amerique ou font exactement marquees la Nouvelle Bretagne, le Canada ou Nouvelle France, la Nouvelle Ecosse, la Nouvelle Angleterre…..

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The Northeastern quadrant of Covens & Mortier's four-sheet edition of Popple's seminal map of North America, widely regarded as one of the two most important maps of North America produced in the 18th century (along with the Mitchell Map). Unlike...


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1745 - Dominia Anglorum in America Septentrionali Specialibus Mappis Londini primum a Mollio… [4 maps--New England; Chesapeake, Georgia, Carolinas & Florida; and Nova Scotia…]

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In the mid 18th Century, the Homann Heirs issued this group of four maps on a single sheet, which are based upon earlier maps by Herman Moll, published in London. Each of the maps was separately issued in Moll's Atlas Minor. The map titles are New...


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1746 - A New Chart of the Coast of New England, Nova Scotia, New France or Canada with the Islands of Newfoundland. Cape Breton St. John &c. . . .

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Interesting regional map from the January 1746 issue of Gentleman's Magazine. Shows in detail the Eastern coast of Canada with depths in soundings. Insets of Quebec City, Fort Dauphine, the Atlantic Ocean, and a Plan of City and Port of Louisbourg...


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1750 - Partie Orientale de la Nouvelle France ou du Canada avec L'Isle de Terre-Neuve et de Nouvelle Escosse Acadie et Nouv. Angleterre avec Fleuve de St. Laurence . . .

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A beautiful map of Northeastern Canada, including Nova Scotia, Labrador, and Newfoundland, published by Tobias Conrad Lotter in Augsburg. The map's vertical format elongates the geography and distorts the true shape of Newfoundland. The St. Lawrence...


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1755 - A Map Of The Most Inhabited Part Of New England Containing The Provinces Of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire. With the Colonies of Conecticut and Rhode Island . . . 1755

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Rare separately issued example of the first edition, second state of Bradock Mead's remarkable large format map of New England & Long Island, the most important general map of the region issued during the French & Indian War. Bradock Mead's...


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1755 - A New Map of Nova Scotia and Cape Britain, with the adjacent parts of New England and Canada, Composed from a great number of actual Surveys . . .

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First state of Jeffery's map of New England and Nova Scotia, published by Thomas Jefferys in London. A finely executed map, extending south to Massachusetts and west to Montreal and Lake Champlain. The map incorporates information from other...


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1755 - A Map of the British & French Plantations in North America

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One of the earliest printed maps of the British Colonies to appear in a British Periodical. Detailed early map of the British & French Colonies in North America, extending from Long Island and the Hudson River to the St. Lawrence, Newfoundland...


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1755 - Partie Orientale Du Canada Traduitte de l'Anglois de la Carte de Jefferys publiee a Londres en May 1755 . . .

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The French and British Historical Claims to Territory in the Canadian Maritimes and Maine, published in Paris on the eve of the Seven Years' War (1756-63). This truly fascinating and historically important map details the Acadia Boundary Dispute...


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1755 - Partie De L'Amerique Septent? Qui comprend La Nouvelle France ou Le Canada . . . [Large Great Lakes Inset]

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Decorative and highly detailed map of New England and Part of Canada, extending east to Newfoundland, with a large inset map of the Great Lakes. The large inset of the Great Lakes is based upon Bellin's map, and provides one of the best large format...


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1755 - Partie Orientale de la Nouvelle France Ou Du Canada . . . 1755

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Nice example of the Homann Heirs edition of Bellin's map of New England and Eastern Canada. The map extends from Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence River and Cape Cod in the South to Hudson Bay, Cape Rond and Newfoundland in the Northeast. A highly...


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1757 - Carte De La Nouvelle Angleterre Nouvelle Yorck et Pensilvanie . . .

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Fine example of Bellin's map of New England and the Northeast Region. An excellent early map of the region bounded by New England, Lake Ontario and the northern Chesapeake River, centered on New York and Connecticut from Bellin's Histoire Generale des...


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1759 - Part of North America; comprehending the Course of the Ohio, New England, New York, New Jersey, Pensilvania, Maryland, Virginia, Carolina and Georgia

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Detailed map of the British Colonies in North America during the French & Indian War. The map is based on Robert de Vaugondy's folio map of the same period and is filled with detail of early settlement, Indian villages and topography. The colonies...


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1764 - Plan de la Ville et Du Port de Boston Capitale de la Nouvelle Angleterre

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"This is the earliest detailed plan of the city of Boston published in France." (BPL) Featured on the Cover of Krieger and Cobb's Mapping Boston. Rare French plan of Boston, showing Charlestown to the north, and Dorchester and Roxbury to the south....