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1 Atlas des Enfans, ou Nouvelle Méthode Pour Apprendre la Géographie, avec un Nouveau Traité de la Sphere, et XXIV Cartes Enluminées. Nouvelle édition, Corrigée & augmentée
Lyon Jean-Marie Bruyset, Pere & Fils 1790 Full Calf Very Good 
8vo. xv, [1], 17 by 10 cm. 286 pp. With 24 hand-colored folding plates, including map of Americas. rubbing along joints, and some edgewear. Scattered light soiling. Lacking free endpapers. 
Price: 750.00 USD
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2 Atlas [Jigsaw Puzzles]
Paris Longerot Box Near Fine 
N.d. Circa 1875, three jigsaw puzzle maps, one of the world, featuring two impressions; of France and its departments and of Europe. Each puzzle measures 12 by 9 inches, 31 by 23 cm. Dating based both on the box and style of printing as well as the geographic status of various locations. Italy is unified and Alsace and Lorraine have been ceded by France yet Turkey still has dominion over much of the Balkans, including Romania, which gained independence in 1878 at the Conference of Berlin. Printed by Imp. Monrocq. of Paris. The puzzles have some light age toning and some minor light soilage besides. The box similarly has some wear, some minor paper loss and soilage but is very much intact and remains handsome. 
Price: 450.00 USD
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3 Cartes des Bords du Rhin depuis Schaffhouse a Rotterdam avec Indication des Chemins de Fer.
Basle (first two publishers) and London Maehly-Lamy; Schreiber & Walz; and Johanning & Co. 
1840s. 
Price: 900.00 USD
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4 Complete Detailed Color Woodblock Print Map of Japan
1891 Good 
Printed Meiji 24, or 1891. Open, the map measures about 73 by 50 cm when open, and closing to 18 by 9.5 cm. Faint reds, yellows and greens differentiate different provinces. Surrounding the map are small line drawn vignettes of landmarks -- Tokaido Road, etc. Probably missing one outer board, but the map itself is fully intact and well preserved. 
Price: 400.00 USD
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Complete Detailed Woodblock Print Map of Japan
5 Complete Detailed Woodblock Print Map of Japan
Good 
N.d., circa 1840. Open, the map measures about 160 cm by 35 cm when open, and closing to 18 by 8 cm. Details include all the highways of Japan, including the famous Tokaido Road. Color somewhat faded but still well-preserved. Soiling throughout, with some minor worming, abrasion, and other wear. With a few repairs as well. 
Price: 1250.00 USD
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6 Complete Map of Vermont Showing Highways & Natural Features with an Index of All Cities, Villages, Post-Offices and Rail-road Stations Compiled from the Latest Government Surveys and Original Sources
Boston National Publishing Company 1901 First Edition Cloth Boards Fine 
A very handsome antique colored map of Vermont in a superb state of preservation. The map when opened measures 56 by 36 inches, and it is vertical, as appropriate for a state that runs lengthwise north to south. The boards of the folding map are 10.5 by 5 inches. The back of the map is lined with protective canvas. Each county is demarcated with different colored boundary lines, and these lines are broad, giving a real panache to the map. ther than the tiniest pinprick holes at perhaps two spots where folds meet, close to pristine. 
Price: 300.00 USD
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Correct Map of Boston Harbor Giving Route and Official Summer Time-Table of the Nantasket Beach Steamboat Co. Compliments of Bouve, Crawford & Co., Makers of the Celebrated Crawford Shoe . . .
7 Correct Map of Boston Harbor Giving Route and Official Summer Time-Table of the Nantasket Beach Steamboat Co. Compliments of Bouve, Crawford & Co., Makers of the Celebrated Crawford Shoe . . .
Boston Bouve, Crawford & Co. 1890 Wraps or card. Very Good 
Closed, 133 by 57 mm. Open, the map is 24 by 29.5 cm. Promo info and the said timetable on the back. Fairly scarce, with just three copies located on OCLC. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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8 Johnstonss Travelling Map of India
Edinburgh Johnston 1857 Blindstamped cloth. Very Good 
Scarce. No copies listed on OCLC! Open, the folded map is 66 by 56 cm. Closes to 17 by 10 cm. Mounted on linen, with 24 sections. Some hand-coloring. Key provides information on British territories, subject and protected states and independent states, plus railway and military stations. Small inset text section with a guide to Indian terminology. Publisher's ads on endpapers. Blindstamped, gilt-stamped cover with some soiling. Joints have close tearing at extremities. Fraying of cloth by joints. Map is in lovely condition. 
Price: 350.00 USD
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9 Manuscript Samurai Military Campaign Map, circa 1780
NA Very Good 
Outstanding, beautifully painted map of the Toyama area, with considerable detail and vivid coloring. 57.5 by 78 cm. A few repairs, evident on the back but not on the image itself. 
Price: 1000.00 USD
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10 Nineteenth Century Color Woodblock Map of Kyoto
NA Very Good 
Two folded sheets, together, when opened, measuring 48 by 69 cm. With 45 cameo illustrations of buildings and sights of the Imperial capital. Light wear, with a few unintended creases, one trivial tear, light soiling here and there. 
Price: 475.00 USD
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Ohio.  This Souvenir of the Buckeye Centennial Anniversay is presented to you with the compliments of C. Aultman & Co., Canton, Ohio, Manufacturers of Buckeye Harvesting Machines
11 Ohio. This Souvenir of the Buckeye Centennial Anniversay is presented to you with the compliments of C. Aultman & Co., Canton, Ohio, Manufacturers of Buckeye Harvesting Machines
Canton, Ohio C. Aultman & Co. 1903 or 1904 String tie. Fine 
A shaped trade promotion trifle -- shaped like Ohio. Slightly oblong, 9 by 10 cm, at tallest and widest. 4 pp., plus wraps. With chromo map of Ohio on front, a buck on the back, and a two page color plate illustration of the Buckeye harvester, drawn by two horses, in the center. Ohio, being the "Mother of Presidents", was proud of its role in Presidential politics even back then, as evidenced by a table of the electoral colleg on the second page -- then 201 votes were needed to carry the day. Ohio's centennial was 1903, but the Presidential election was of course to be in 1904, so it is not clear entirely which year this promotion piece was issued. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Panorama Orografico e Pittoresco della Città e Contorni di Milano Preso della Somità della Cattedrale
12 Panorama Orografico e Pittoresco della Città e Contorni di Milano Preso della Somità della Cattedrale
Editore Siroe Pirola fu Gaetano NA Very Good 
Circular panorama, with floor plan of Cathedral in center, Milan landmarks noted with small illustrated vignettes radiating out, and the outer circle showing the mountains and hills in the far horizon, depending on the direction. N.d., circa 1820s. 51 by 47 cm. Larger illustrations of Cathedral exterior, the Galleria di Vittorio Emmanuele, and the Arco della Pace in three corners. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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13 Upper U.S.
Very Good 
Naughty gag for the fecal feckless! N.d., circa 1960. Map of the U.S. on lid, as if to suggest a map, possibly a jigsaw puzzle, awaits within. Instead one finds a douche set awash within! A loose acronymic homonym, or would it be a loose homonymic acronym? The box measures 16.5 by 11.5 by 2.5 cm. The douche is a miniature version. Can we sell this as a miniature book? 
Price: 45.00 USD
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[Handkerchief] Egypt.  Souvenir The Triple Entente
14 [Handkerchief] Egypt. Souvenir The Triple Entente
London B. Feldman & Co. NA Very Good 
N.d., circa 1915. A 48 cm square. With a distinctive map of the Middle East -- Ottoman territory -- as a centerpiece. The border is decorated with the flags of the Entente members, which included Japan and other lesser players in the Great War -- and pyramid vignettes enliven the corners. The hankie deserves to be framed and hung on a wall for display. The silk hankie is presumed a scarce survivor. With some light soiling, but overall, very attractive. 
Price: 350.00 USD
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15 Brown, Andrew, "mapmaker". Charles J. Correll and Freeman F. Gosden, actors who played Amos and Andy on radio [Humorous map] Eagle's-Eye View of Weber City (inc.)
Chicago Pepsodent Co. Printed by Gwindell Printing Co. Inc. 1935 First edition Envelope Fine 
Colorful mock map of fictional town where Amos and Andy resided. The folding map, which came in an envelope with a "letter, both of which are included here, measures 38.5 by 50 cm, and it was issued by the popular radio program's sponsor, Pepsodent. The show, in its original incarnation, was overtly Rascist, playing into stereotypes of simple-minded, clownish, blacks, and the title characters were in fact played by two white actors. In the map there is plenty of the imagery with this same flavor, with the cartoonish denizens looking like buffoonish ants. Still, in a strange way, the town depicted captures something of the fanciful charm of the ideal small town. The map and the insert letter are pristine. The mailing envelope, which features photo images of Correll and Gosden in black face, has an address sticker on it, and light soiling and wear. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Atlas National et Général de la France, Divisée en ses Quartre-Vingt-Trois Départemens et en cinz cens quarante-trois Districts, . . ., Cassini de Thury, César François. Desnos, Louis-Charles.
16 Cassini de Thury, César François. Desnos, Louis-Charles. Atlas National et Général de la France, Divisée en ses Quartre-Vingt-Trois Départemens et en cinz cens quarante-trois Districts, . . .
Paris Veuve Hérissant 1792 Half Calf Very Good 
Exceptionally richly hand-colored French atlas. Elephantine folio, 56 by 44 cm. Following title page (which contains table of contents as well), six two paged hand-colored maps. The first map, with its large allegorical cartouche, is especially spectacular, but all the maps are beautiful and noteworthy for the quality of their coloring. Scarce, with copies held by BNF, Bibliotheque Sainte-Genevieve, Leiden, and the National Library of Scotland, according to OCLC, and not clear whether all of these copies are hand-colored. Corner dampstains, most pronounced on title, then receding as progress. While unquestionably noticeable on the first map, in our view it doesn't seriously detract from the beauty of the map. Other light scattered soiling, which again, we do not find disconcerting. Some scuffing of the binding. While half calf technically, the calf coverage of the boards is minimal 
Price: 2800.00 USD
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17 Du Val, P. [Pierre] La Geographie Universelle qui fait voir l'Estat present des 4 Parties du Monde, . . .
Paris Chez l'Auteur 1682 First Edition Full Calf Near Fine 
12mo. 16 by 9.5 cm. [6], 312 pp. 52 double paged, hand-colored maps, including all the maps for the world, the poles, the Americas, Asia and Africa. Also nine hand-colored coat-of-arms of various nations. Not included are the text and maps for Europe, which would be in a second volume. Other than the table which list all the maps, there is indicia of a "partial set". We would also mention that Du Val's atlas is virtually never found with all the maps, and often one finds the maps in an uncolored state.) Certainly one of the major highlights is of this atlas is California, called Nouveau Mexique, because it is shown as an island; Modern full dark brown calf with raised bands and gilt decoration appropriate for late 17th Century book. Pasted onto FEP is a cameo antique map of the world, with Latin and Greek designations on outlying spokes. Toning to the leaves, as one would expect, but generally quite clean. A few minor closed tears at folds. 
Price: 6000.00 USD
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18 Finley, Anthony New American Atlas, Designed Principally to Illustrate the Geography of the United States of North America Sold by Charles Mould, No. 53, Wall St.
Philadelphia Anthony Finley 1826 First edition thus Full Morocco Casing Very Good Plus 
Scarce pocket version of Finley's atlas! With fifteen hand-colored maps. 15 by 12 cm case. The maps open up to be 54 by 44 cm. Maps are of North America; the United States at the time; Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont; Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island; New York; Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware; Virginia and Maryland; the Carolinas and Georgia; Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama; Kentucky and Tennessee; Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and part of the Michigan territory; Missouri and part of the Arkansas territory; Florida and elevation of mountains; the West Indies; and South America. The leather case has moderate soiling throughout, and a crack with a dry patch along the joint, or top of the flap. The gilt lettering is all legible. The first and last map are soiled, with the first, or North American map, more heavily so. Otherwise, the maps are generally bright and clean and in fine or near fine condition. All the maps are well-preserved physically -- there are no tears along the flaps, for example. 
Price: 14500.00 USD
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Atlas minor praecipua Orbis Terrarum imperia, regna et provincias, Germanieae potissimum, tabelli [20] exacte delineatis sistens., Lotter, Tobias Conrad (Tobiae Conradi Lotteri);  Matthaeus Seutter
19 Lotter, Tobias Conrad (Tobiae Conradi Lotteri); Matthaeus Seutter Atlas minor praecipua Orbis Terrarum imperia, regna et provincias, Germanieae potissimum, tabelli [20] exacte delineatis sistens.
Augsburg Ich. Martin. Will. Kunstverleger 1744 Half Calf Very Good 
Following the elaborate double paged Rococo allegorical title page, the artwork by Jacob Christoph Weyerman and engraved by Martin Gottfrid Grophius, there are 20 double paged hand-colored maps. Each double-paged map is 21 by 27 cm, and all have pictorial decoration, generally elaborate and largely allegorical in content. This collection of maps is a reduction by Lotter from the atlas of Seutter. The maps are of the world, shown in two maps, one of Europe, Asia and Africa, the other, of the Americas (depicting California as an island); Europe; Asia; Africa; North America (California is an island again here); South America; Spain; France; Britain; the Lowlands; Italy; "Germany"; Switzerland; Bohemia; Hungary; Poland; Russia; Turkey (the Ottoman Empire); the Holy Land; and Germany again, with a distance table. The maps are credited to Seutter, Lotter and/or Andr. Silbereisen, with a few uncredited. Interspersed, on the blank sheets -- there are generally two between each map -- are neatly written notes in Italian, contemporary with the publication, with place and other geographic and historic details relating to the maps, probably done by a geography student. The most interesting of these notes relate to the Americas, and we believe that the notes in general add interest to our copy. Note the title/frontis is uncolored. 
Price: 3000.00 USD
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A Complete Body of Ancient Geography.  Neatly Engraved on Thirteen Plates.  Containing 1. Orbis Romani, pars Orientalils. 2. Orbis Romani, pars Occidentalis. 3. Orbis Veteribus Notus. 4. Gallia. 5. Italiae. 6. Graeciae. 7. Asiae Minor, et Syriae. 8. Palaestina. 9. Aegyptus. 10. Britannia Romana, by Mr. Horsley. 11. Greciae, pars Septentrionalis. by Mons. de L'Isle.12. Greciae, pars Meridionalis. 13. Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the British Isles, in an intermediate State, between Ancient and Modern Geography, by Mons. D'Anville. The Whole Materially Improved, By Inserting the Modern Names of Places under the Ancient., Mons. D'Anville
20 Mons. D'Anville A Complete Body of Ancient Geography. Neatly Engraved on Thirteen Plates. Containing 1. Orbis Romani, pars Orientalils. 2. Orbis Romani, pars Occidentalis. 3. Orbis Veteribus Notus. 4. Gallia. 5. Italiae. 6. Graeciae. 7. Asiae Minor, et Syriae. 8. Palaestina. 9. Aegyptus. 10. Britannia Romana, by Mr. Horsley. 11. Greciae, pars Septentrionalis. by Mons. de L'Isle.12. Greciae, pars Meridionalis. 13. Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the British Isles, in an intermediate State, between Ancient and Modern Geography, by Mons. D'Anville. The Whole Materially Improved, By Inserting the Modern Names of Places under the Ancient.
London Robert Laurie and James Whittle 1800 Half Calf Very Good 
Large folio, measuring 22 by 15.5 inches, or 56 by 40 cm, with the 13 maps contained herein all double paged. The maps are copper engraved and hand-colored in outline, most with typical Baroque style, often figurative, cartouches in the corners with the title of the particular map contained therein. The maps are watermarked 1794. They are also printed on a paper with a high rag content and thus well-preserved, with a bit of light toning and only trivial soiling otherwise. A few leaves have a long, narrow light dampstain along a margin, which few would find bothersome. There are a few minor chips and/or tears besides, again not intrusive of the maps proper. Rebacked with modern calf. Otherwise the marbled boards and the corner calf triangles are contemporary. The latter have wear, as do the edges. 
Price: 1600.00 USD
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