Snow & Co, (1849) 1880 - Reps 340 - chromolitho 32,5x80,5 cm
San Francisco, looking from Rincon point towards telegraph hills, showing the port city and trading post with 42 ships in the harbour. Only for stores and just one hotel. Firks was the first to show San Francisco after the goldrush started in 1848.
Province of New York and New Jersey
One big map in two sheets
Carte de la Louisiane et du Cours du Mississipi
45x60,5cm - original colour - excellent condition
Nice full colour map depicting Louisiana and the course of the Mississipi
48x59cm - original colour - only very slightly browned, else excellent condition
This map was drawn and edited in Amsterdam on the observations of the members of the Royal Academy of Sciences e.a. as depicted by De l'Isle, showing the eastcoast of the Americas from Baffins Bay to the northern coastline of South America.
Recens Edita Novi Belgii... (New York)
ca. 1730. Second state (Tooley 291).
Full contemporary colour. Inset view of New York. Large cartouche in B/W as issued.
Paskaart van de Grand Banq (Canada)
1716. Zeefakkel Part IV.
Detailed chart of the Great Bank in front of Newfoundland, important as fishing grounds.
(1641) 1653 - 2nd State - Spanish text on verso - later colour - small repair (15cm) of split in the folding, without loss. Clear print on strong paper. (Burden # 245)
All over nice copy of this map, showing California as an island.
From the atlas Caert Tresoor,
Harrisse, 1900: 283; Public Archives Canada, 1965 no 764
Copperplate engraving, 9x12,3 cm.
Signs of intensive use; strong imprint on strong paper.
Complete text (in Dutch) added ( pp 184;185 and 186 of the atlas)
First map exclusively dedicated to New Found land
Harrisse ascribes the first printed map of New Found land to Bertius in 1600 but in the image is actually showing the Langenes 1598 map in his book. The map itself is derived from the Portuguese charts made by Lasso and bought by Plancius in Lisbon in c. 1590. From there to the Nova Francia map, printed by Claeszoon in Amsterdam c. 1593, covering a much broader area, and from ...