South Carolina

Antique rare maps of South Carolina


1825 - Atlas of the State of South Carolina, Made Under The Authority of The Legislature; Prepared With A Geographical, Statistical and Historical Map of the State . . . .

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The First Atlas of an American State With An Important South Carolina Provenance First edition. Small folio. 29 maps, comprising a map of the state and 28 maps of districts, many folding. The map bears the ownership inscription of John Rutledge Abney...


1777 - Thomas Pownall Esqr. Member of Parliament, Late Governor Captain General and Commander in Chief; and Vice Admiral of His Majesty's Provinces Massachusetts Bay & South Carolina; & Lieut Governor of New Jersey . . . 1777

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Rare mezzotint portrait of Thomas Pownall, one of the most important figures in the later Colonial history of the British Colonies in North America. Mezzotint portrait engraved by Richard Earlom after a painting by Francis Cotes. Thomas Pownall was...


1755 - A Map of Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Maryland with part of New Jersey, &c.

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Scarce map of the Southeastern portion of the British Colonies, extending tothe Mississippi River and lower Missouri River, based upon John Mitchell's Map of the British Colonies, also issued in 1755. The map extends to West of the Mississippi River...


1747 - A New & Accurate Map of The Provinces of North & South Carolina, Georgia, &c. Drawn from the lastest Surveys and regulated by Astronomical Observations

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Striking example of Bowen's detailed map of the Carolinas, Georgia and most of Florida, extending west to the Country of the Cherokees and French Louisiana. The map is highly detailed and show many towns, forts, Indian Tribes, mountains, rivers,...


1806 - A New Map of Part of the United States of North America Containing The Carolinas And Georgia. Also The Floridas And Part Of The Bahama Islands &c. . . . 1806

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Fine example of the first edition of Cary's map of the Southern United States and Bahama Islands, extending the East Coast to the Mississippi River and from Tennessee and the Carolinas to Florida, the Bahamas and the Gulf Coast. A massive Georgia...


1938 - Map your trip South By Greyhound

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Whimsical map of the American South, promoting Greyhound's routes to Florida and the Gulf Coast in 1938. The image is dominated images of Florida tourist attractions, as well as other southern sites. Further north, the residents of the Midwest,...


1797 - Map of the Southern Parts of the United States of America By Abraham Bradley Junr.

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Early Map of the America's Southern States and Territories Early American printed map of the Southern portion of the United States, extending from the Atlantic to the Mississippi and showing part of Kentucky. Georgia is now truncated near its current...


1610 - Virginiae Item et Floridae Americae Provinciarum, nova Descriptio

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Early Seventeenth Century Map of Carolina and Virginia Fine old color example of Jodocus Hondius's important map of Virginia and the Carolinas, from the Mercator-Hondius A tlas Sive Cosmographie . . . Hondius utilized John White's map of Virginia and...


1630 - Virginiae Item et Floridae Americae Provinciarum, nova Descriptio

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Rare second state of Cloppenberg's map of the Carolinas and parts of Virginia and Georgia, first issued in the Cloppenburg edition of Jansson's Atlas sive Cosmographie in 1630. The map extends from St. Augustine in the south to just north of...


1640 - [Carolinas, Georgia, etc] Virginiae Partis australis, et Floridae partis orientalis, interjacentiumqus regionum Nova Descriptio

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The Second Earliest Dutch Map of the Carolinas, Southern Virginia & Georgia. Fine old color example of Blaeu's map of the Southeast. This map is based on the 1606 Mercator-Hondius map, but with significant improvements. The map covers an area...


1655 - [Port Royal, South Carolina]

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Finely engraved view, based upon original watercolor painting by Jacques Le Moynes de Morgues, an official French artist, who accompanied two important French Expeditions to North America in the 1560s. The image shows the French landing at Port Royal,...


1659 - Carte De la Virginie . . .

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Early regional map from Duval's Le Monde Terrestre, first published in 1659, although no copy located pre-dates 1660. Includes an early depiction of the Chesapeake region, the mythical Lake May above Floride, Jamestown, Cape Henry, Secot, Pomeiok, an...


1673 - A New Discription of Carolina By Order of the Lords Proprietors

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Rare and important early promotional map of the Carolinas, from the coast of the Appalachians, prepared by James Moxon to promote the newly established Carolina Colony. This map is the first large format map of the newly settled Carolina Colony,...


1676 - A New Description of Carolina

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Important early map of the Carolinas, engraved by Francis Lamb for the 1676 edition of Speeds A Prospect . . . of the World. The map is Speed's edition of the famous Lords Proprietors' Map of Carolina, based upon Charles II's grant to 8 of his...


1684 - Pas Kaart Van de Kust van Carolina Tusschen C de Canaveral en C Henry . . .

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Striking full color example of Van Keulen's map of the coastline from Cape Charles and the mouth of the Rappahanock River to Cape Canaveral, with a large inset of the region around Charleston Harbor, extending to C. de S. Romano. Nice early...


1687 - Caerte vande Cust Carolina Tusschen B. de S. Matheo en C. Henry . . . 1687

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Jacob Robijn edition of this early chart of the Carolina, Georgia & North Florida Coastline, first published by Arent Roggeveen, from his Het Brandende Veen, oriented with south at the top of the map. Roggeveen's chart of the Carolinas, etc. is...