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1775 - A Chart of North and South America, including the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, with the nearest Coasts of Europe, Africa and Asia.

  • $29.99

One of the Most Detailed and Important Map of the Americas made by a Scandalous Geographer This is a nice example of the 1775 edition of this important six sheet chart of North and South America, originally compiled by John Green (a.k.a. Bradock...


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1775 - Asia

  • $14.99

Extremely rare map of Asia, published in Mainz by W.C. Rucker. The printing and shading on the map is quite bold and unusual. We have never seem a map by this mapmaker.


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1775 - Mappa Totius Mundi Adornata juxta Observationes Dnn Academiae Regalis Scientarum . . . 1775

  • $14.99

Decorative double hemisphere map of the World, published by TC Lotter in Augsburg. The map shows an number of early conjectural coastlines, including an incomplete coastline for Australia and New Guinea, New Zealand, the Northwest Coast of America,...


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1775 - [World - Hand Drawn Map]

  • $14.99

Interesting double hemisphere map of the world, drawn by an anonymous French hand. The map shows New Zealand after the discoveries of Captain James Cook, as is Australia. The Northwest Coast of America is also shown based upon Cook's discoveries,...


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1775 - A Chart of North and South America, including the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, with the nearest Coasts of Europe, Africa and Asia. (Northern Sheets)

  • $9.99

One of the Most Detailed and Important Map of the Americas made by a Scandalous Geographer This is a nice example of the northernmost sheets of 1775 edition of this important six sheet chart of North and South America, originally compiled by John...


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1775 - Carte Reduite du Golfe de Bengale, depuis L'Isle de Ceyland jusqu'au Golfe de Siam avec la partie Septentrionale du Detroit de Malac

  • $9.99

Fine sea chart from Mannevillette's Le Neptune Oriental, first published in 1775. Important early sea chart showing the coastlines of India, Ceylan, Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra, Cambodia and Vietnam. Jean Baptiste Nicolas Denis D'Apres de...


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1775 - Carte Reduite du Golfe de Bengale, depuis L'Isle de Ceyland jusqu'au Golfe de Siam avec la partie Septnetrionale du Detroit de Malac

  • $14.99

Fine sea chart from Mannevillette's Le Neptune Oriental, first published in 1775. Important early sea chart showing the coastlines of India, Ceylan, Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra, Cambodia and Vietnam. Jean Baptiste Nicolas Denis D'Apres de...


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1775 - North America from the French of Mr. D'Anville Improved with the English Surveys made Since the Peace . . . June 1775

  • $14.99

The third state of Jefferys map of the British Colonies, based upon D'Anville's map. This third state was issued after the conclusion of the French and Indian War. The map shows the Colonies on the eve of the American Revolutionary War. A note in the...


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1775 - An Accurate Map of North America, Describing and Distinguishing The British and Spanish Dominions . . . According To The Definitive Treaty Concluded At Paris 10th Feby. 1763

  • $21.99

Striking 4-sheet map of North America on the eve of the American Revolution. The map is one of the best large format representations of the British Colonies, from a British perspective, on the eve of the Revolution. The claims of the Carolinas,...


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1775 - A New Map of North America, agreeable to the most approved Maps and Charts.

  • $14.99

Decorative map of North America with a large title cartouche. The map shows the British Colonies still extending to the Mississippi, although Pennsylvania is now truncated. East and West Florida are shown. The northwest coast of America is still New...


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1775 - The Seat of War, In New England by an American Volunteer, with the Marches of the Several Corps sent by the Colonies towards Boston, with the Attack on Bunkers Hill

  • $14.99

Important early broadside map and plan of the Battle of Bunker Hill and the area around Boston, published by Sayer & Bennett, in London in 1775. Sayer & Bennett's map of the Seat of War is one of the two earliest pictorial accounts of the...


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1775 - The Provinces of New York, and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the Governments of Trois Rivieres, and Montreal; Drawn by Capt. Holland. Engraved by Thomas Jefferys, Geographer to His Majest.

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Rare First Edition, Second State, of Samuel Holland's Map of New York, Vermont, New Jersey, etc. Important colonial map of the Hudson River and its tributaries, including the Mohawk, and also with New Jersey and the upper course of the St. Lawrence...


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1775 - A Map of 100 Miles around Boston (The Battles of Lexington & Concord)

  • $14.99

One of the earliest obtainable battle related maps of the American Revolution, which was prepared to illustrate the Gentleman's Magazine accounts of the Battle of Lexington and Concord which appeared in the June 1775 edition. The map illustrates the...


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1775 - A New Map of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island with the adjacent parts of New England and Canada, Compiled from a great number of actual Surveys; and other materials Regulated by many new Astronomical Observations of the Longitude as well as Latitude; .

  • $14.99

Highly detailed map of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island and contiguous regions, published in London by Thomas Jefferys in his landmark work, The American Atlas. Jefferys American Atlas, first published in 1775, would become the definitive reference...


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1775 - A View of the City of Boston the Capital of New England

  • $9.99

A View of Boston at time of the firing of the first shots of the American Revolution. Fine early view of Boston, published in the Universal Magazine, which also comes with the relevant text section describing the ongoing revolt in the British...


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1775 - Thirty-Miles Round Boston. 14th August 1775

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One of the Very First American Revolutionary Maps and Battle Plans. Including a Reference to the Boston Tea Party. An unusual map of the Theater of War in Massachusetts, centered on Boston, which appeared in the Scots Magazine in 1775. The circles...