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  • (ADRIATIC SEA.) Vincenzo Coronelli.

    (ADRIATIC SEA.) Vincenzo Coronelli.

  • (ADRIATIC SEA.) Gerard van Keulen.

    (ADRIATIC SEA.) Gerard van Keulen.

  • (AFRICA.) Edward Stanford; for The

    (AFRICA.) Edward Stanford; for The

  • (AFRICA.) Capt. A.J. Woodroffe. Map of

    (AFRICA.) Capt. A.J. Woodroffe. Map of

Lot: 1 - (ADRIATIC SEA.) Vincenzo Coronelli. Carta Maritima del Golfo di Venetia In Quale si Contiene Tutte le Coste et Isole di Quello.

(ADRIATIC SEA.) Vincenzo Coronelli. Carta Maritima del Golfo di Venetia In Quale si Contiene Tutte le Coste et Isole di Quello. Double-page engraved chart of the coasts of Italy and Dalmatia. 19 1/2x28 1/4 inches sheet size, extra wide margins; small repair at upper right corner, else very nice. Venice, circa 1695

Lot: 2 - (ADRIATIC SEA.) Gerard van Keulen. Pas-Caart van de Weder zythsche Zee-kusten soo van Italia als Dalmatia

(ADRIATIC SEA.) Gerard van Keulen. Pas-Caart van de Weder zythsche Zee-kusten soo van Italia als Dalmatia en Griecken Inde Golff van Venetien. Hand-colored double-page engraved chart of the coasts of Italy and Dalmatia. 20 3/4x24 inches sheet size; upper margin trimmed to the platemark, otherwise a nice example. Amsterdam, circa 1720

Lot: 3 - (AFRICA.) Edward Stanford; for The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Africa

(AFRICA.) Edward Stanford; for The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Africa Published Under the Direction of the Committee of General Literature and Education Appointed by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and of the National Society. Large lithographed case map of colonial Africa. 60x53 inches overall, dissected into 48 segments and mounted to original linen backing with marbled paper self-wrappers; strong original hand-color in full; minor staining at several folds and other faint discolorations but overall excellent; cover remnants of original Stanford-labeled cloth case preserved; James B. Ford's Explorers Club bookplates to map verso (bearing "Sold By" stamp). Scarce, with one institutional example located. London, 1895

Lot: 4 - (AFRICA.) Capt. A.J. Woodroffe. Map of Southern Nigeria (Provisional).

(AFRICA.) Capt. A.J. Woodroffe. Map of Southern Nigeria (Provisional). Superbly detailed color-printed lithographed case map of coastal Nigeria from Lagos to Mount Cameroon. 33 1/4x62 1/2 inches overall, segmented and mounted to original linen backing with marbled paper self-wrappers; minor wear but generally very good. London: Edward Stanford, 1905

Lot: 5 - (AFRICA -- ATLANTIC ISLANDS.) Arnold Colom. de Vlaamsche en Canarische Eylanden.

(AFRICA -- ATLANTIC ISLANDS.) Arnold Colom. de Vlaamsche en Canarische Eylanden. Double-page engraved chart of West Africa, the Iberian Peninsula, Canary Islands, Cape Verde, and the Azores. 22x25 1/2 inches sheet size, ample margins; original hand-color in outline; double-backed on a sheet of contemporary laid paper as issued, slight edge wear and faint stains, collector's ex libris blindstamp to upper corner. Amsterdam, circa 1658

Lot: 6 - (ALABAMA.) G.W. & C.B. Colton. Colton's Map of the State of Alabama.

(ALABAMA.) G.W. & C.B. Colton. Colton's Map of the State of Alabama. Large hand-colored lithographed pocket map within an ornate border of shells and foliation. 39x28 3/4 inches sheet size, folding into publisher's 12mo format gilt brown cloth case; uncommon, and particularly well-preserved with bright original colors by county. New York, 1870

Lot: 7 - (AMERICAS.) Two nineteenth-century European maps.

(AMERICAS.) Two nineteenth-century European maps. Vp, vd

Lot: 8 - (AMERICAS.) John Rapkin and others, for John Tallis. North America. [and] Western Hemisphere.

(AMERICAS.) John Rapkin and others, for John Tallis. North America. [and] Western Hemisphere. Together two finely hand-colored engraved maps, each decoratively bordered with vignettes of geographical, zoological, and cultural interest relating to the region. Approximately 14 1/4x10 1/2 inches each sheet size; mounted to non-acidic board. London, [1851]

Lot: 9 - (AMERICAN COLONIES.) Homann Heirs; after Jean Baptiste d'Anville and Thomas Jefferys. America Septentrionalis

(AMERICAN COLONIES.) Homann Heirs; after Jean Baptiste d'Anville and Thomas Jefferys. America Septentrionalis a Domino d'Anville in Galliis Edita Nunc in Anglia Coloniis in Interiorem Virginiam Deductis nec non Fluvii Ohio Cursu. Double-page engraved map of eighteenth-century North America east of the Mississippi River with geographical toponyms in English and explanatory essays in German. 19x20 3/4 inches sheet size, ample margins; nicely hand-colored in outline; scattered stains. Nuremberg, 1777

Lot: 10 - (AMERICAN ATLANTIC COAST.) Giovanni Brun; after Antoine Sartine. Carte Reduite des Cotes Orientales de L'Amerique Septentrionale

(AMERICAN ATLANTIC COAST.) Giovanni Brun; after Antoine Sartine. Carte Reduite des Cotes Orientales de L'Amerique Septentrionale Contenant Partie du Nouveau Jersey, le Pen-sylvanie, le Mary-land, la Virginie, la Caroline Septentrionale, la Caroline Meridionale et la Georgie. Large engraved chart of the North American eastern seaboard. 2 sheets joined, 24x34 1/2 inches overall; original vertical folds, right and upper left margins neatly replaced with expert facsimile reinstatement to a small part of the latitude scale. Rome, 1799

Lot: 11 - (AMERICAN SOUTHEAST.) Gerard Mercator; and Jodocus Hondius. Virginiae Item et Floridae Americae Provinciarum, Nova Descriptio.

(AMERICAN SOUTHEAST.) Gerard Mercator; and Jodocus Hondius. Virginiae Item et Floridae Americae Provinciarum, Nova Descriptio. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of the Outer Banks and American southeast with attractive sea decorations and native villages inset to the strapwork title cartouche. 15 1/2x20 1/2 inches sheet size, ample margins, Latin text on verso; archivally lined on verso with thin tissue, small area of lower margin expertly reinstated only narrowly affecting printed border. Burden 151, with signature "Ggggggg". Amsterdam, 1623

Lot: 12 - (AMERICAN SOUTHWEST.) Josiah Gregg. A Map of the Indian Territory Northern Texas and New Mexico Showing the Great Western Plains.

(AMERICAN SOUTHWEST.) Josiah Gregg. A Map of the Indian Territory Northern Texas and New Mexico Showing the Great Western Plains. Lithographed folding map, printed in black and green, from Gregg's Commerce of the Prairies. 14x16 inches sheet size, wide margins, binding stub at right; neatly closed tear across center. New York, 1844

Lot: 13 - (AMERICAN ANTEBELLUM TRAVEL.) Wellington Williams. Appletons' New and Complete United States Guide Book for Travellers.

(AMERICAN ANTEBELLUM TRAVEL.) Wellington Williams. Appletons' New and Complete United States Guide Book for Travellers. Two works in one, comprising Northern and Eastern Traveller's Guide, 313 pages, 30 engraved maps on 22 sheets (some folding and/or hand-colored), and Southern and Western Travellers' Guide, 140 pages, 15 engraved maps on 9 sheets (some folding and/or hand-colored). 8vo, 6 1/2x4 1/2 inches, publisher's gilt red cloth, a little shaken and chipped; first map of New York City with partial loss, other scattered fold repairs, ink stamp of Chas. S. Shultz in several places. New York and Philadelphia: Appleton, 1850

Lot: 14 - (ANSON'S CIRCUMNAVIGATION.) Isaak Tirion. Nieuwe Wereld Kaart, Waar in de Reizen van den Hr. Anson Rondsom de Wereld

(ANSON'S CIRCUMNAVIGATION.) Isaak Tirion. Nieuwe Wereld Kaart, Waar in de Reizen van den Hr. Anson Rondsom de Wereld met een Gestipte Linie Worden Aangewezen. Double-page engraved Mercator projection chart showing Commodore George Anson's track around the world (1740-1744). 16 3/4x21 3/4 inches sheet size, extra wide margins with untrimmed deckle edges; original hand-color in full; minor paper crinkle, though a very collectible example. Amsterdam, circa 1750

Lot: 15 - ARROWSMITH, AARON. A Map of the United States of North America Drawn from a Number of Critical Researches.

ARROWSMITH, AARON. A Map of the United States of North America Drawn from a Number of Critical Researches. Large engraved case map in four sections printed on "JWhatman 1811" watermarked wove paper. Dissected and mounted to original linen with contemporary printed bookseller's labels of William Faden pasted to each verso; 25x28 1/2 inches each section; 50x57 inches overall; nice original hand-color in outline; faint offsetting, a few scattered stains. London, 1796, additions to 1802 [but circa 1811]

Lot: 16 - (ARCTIC.) Emanuel Bowen. A Correct Draught of the North Pole

(ARCTIC.) Emanuel Bowen. A Correct Draught of the North Pole and of All the Countries Hitherto Discovered, Intercepted Between the Pole and the Parallel of 50 Degrees. Double-page engraved polar projection of the world. 16 1/4x18 1/4 inches sheet size, ample margins; attractively hand-colored in outline; minor offset and foxing. London, circa 1744

Lot: 17 - (ANTARCTICA -- THE FROZEN SEA.) Jacques Nicolas Bellin; after Captain James Cook. Carte de l'Hemisphere Austral

(ANTARCTICA -- THE FROZEN SEA.) Jacques Nicolas Bellin; after Captain James Cook. Carte de l'Hemisphere Austral Montrant les Routes des Navigateurs les Plus Célebres. Engraved polar-projected folding map of the Southern Hemisphere noting the tracks of a dozen early explorers from 1595 to 1775. 22 1/4x23 1/4 inches sheet size, ample margins; original folds, very faint offsetting but overall a nice example. Paris, 1780

Lot: 18 - (ASIA.) Willem Blaeu. Asia Noviter Delineata.

(ASIA.) Willem Blaeu. Asia Noviter Delineata. Double-page engraved map of the Asian continent with carte-a-figures and city plan border panels. 17 1/4x22 3/4 inches sheet size, narrow margins; original hand-color in outline; mounted to acidic board with some staining, printer's creases, and short edge repairs. Amsterdam, circa 1640

Lot: 19 - (ASIA.) Matthaeus Seutter. Asia cum Omnibus Imperiis Provinciis Statibus et Insulis.

(ASIA.) Matthaeus Seutter. Asia cum Omnibus Imperiis Provinciis Statibus et Insulis. Double-page engraved map of Asia with two decorative allegorical cartouche designs. 21x24 1/2 inches sheet size, ample margins; original hand-color; moderate foxing and appropriate signs of age. Augsburg, circa 1730

Lot: 20 - (ASIA.) Edward Stanford. Stanford's Commercial Map of Asia.

(ASIA.) Edward Stanford. Stanford's Commercial Map of Asia. Large color-printed case map of Asia showing railway and steamship lines. 39 3/4x48 inches overall, segmented and mounted on original linen backing with leatherette self-wrappers and printed label; lower right corner darkened slightly, else fine. London, circa 1930s

Lot: 21 - (AUTOMOBILE MAP.) J. Barreau; for De Dion-Bouton. Carte Routiere de Dion-Bouton. Normandie.

(AUTOMOBILE MAP.) J. Barreau; for De Dion-Bouton. Carte Routiere de Dion-Bouton. Normandie. Color-printed lithographed road map of eastern Normandy with an Art Nouveau-styled advertising border design; verso with printed panels of illustrated automobile advertisements and local amenities. 33 1/2x39 3/4 inches, dissected into 32 segments and mounted to original linen; overall very fine. Paris, circa 1900

Lot: 22 - BRAUN, GEORG; and HOGENBERG, FRANZ. Calaris / Malta / Rhodus / Famagusta.

BRAUN, GEORG; and HOGENBERG, FRANZ. Calaris / Malta / Rhodus / Famagusta. Double-page engraved sheet of Mediterranean fortifications from Civitates Orbis Terrarum. 14x19 3/4 inches sheet size, ample margins, Latin text on verso (slightly clipped); original hand-color; scattered surface abrasions. Cologne, [1572]

Lot: 23 - BRAUN, GEORG; and HOGENBERG, FRANZ. Group of 4 (and two halves) double-page engraved town views from

BRAUN, GEORG; and HOGENBERG, FRANZ. Group of 4 (and two halves) double-page engraved town views from Civitates Orbis Terrarum. 15 1/2x21 inches or smaller, Latin and French text on versos, all but one with original hand-color. Cologne, [1572]

Lot: 24 - (BOSTON.) Georges-Louis le Rouge. Plan de Boston.

(BOSTON.) Georges-Louis le Rouge. Plan de Boston. Small-scale engraved folding plan of the city with a keyed reference table of churches and wards. 8x10 3/4 inches sheet size, ample margins; original folds, excellent condition. Paris, 1755

Lot: 25 - (BOSTON.) Jacques Nicolas Bellin. Plan de la Ville de Boston et ses Environs.

(BOSTON.) Jacques Nicolas Bellin. Plan de la Ville de Boston et ses Environs. Engraved folding map of Boston with a 16-point reference key at left. 9x12 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; faint offset else nice. Paris, circa 1757

Lot: 26 - (BOSTON.) A Plan of the Town and Chart of the Harbor of Boston.

(BOSTON.) A Plan of the Town and Chart of the Harbor of Boston. Hand-colored engraved folding map from The Gentleman's Magazine. 12 1/2x14 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; faint mat tone. London, 1775

Lot: 27 - (BRITISH COUNTIES.) William Hole; for Michael Drayton. Two anthropomorphically decorated double-page engraved maps of Welsh and Midland

(BRITISH COUNTIES.) William Hole; for Michael Drayton. Two anthropomorphically decorated double-page engraved maps of Welsh and Midland counties along the River Severn from Drayton's epic topographical poem, Poly-Olbion. 11x13 1/2 inches each sheet size, ample margins; small edge closure. Herefordshire / Part of Gloucestershire / Part of Worcestershire [and] Glamorganshire / Monmouthshire. London, 1612

Lot: 28 - (BRITISH EMPIRE.) Fosh & Cross. The British Commonwealth.

(BRITISH EMPIRE.) Fosh & Cross. The British Commonwealth. Large color-printed map of the world graphically showing British dominions and territories keyed with varying shades of red. 25x40 inches sheet size; mounted on modern poster linen stabilizing scattered closed tears. London, early 1940s

Lot: 29 - (CALIFORNIA.) Didier Robert de Vaugondy. Carte de la Californie.

(CALIFORNIA.) Didier Robert de Vaugondy. Carte de la Californie. Hand-colored engraved folding plate showing 5 historical mappings of California from Diderot and d'Alembert's Encyclopaedie. 15 1/4x18 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins, left edge trimmed for binding; an attractive example. McLaughlin 241. Paris, circa 1777

Lot: 30 - (CALIFORNIA -- BAY AREA.) M.G. King; for William J. Dingee. Map of Oakland, Berkeley, and Alameda.

(CALIFORNIA -- BAY AREA.) M.G. King; for William J. Dingee. Map of Oakland, Berkeley, and Alameda. Lithographed cadastral map with an inset of the greater Bay Area at upper right; place names and boundary lines overprinted in yellow; 21 3/4x29 1/2 inches overall, mounted to original linen backing and folding into 8vo format plain cloth covers; corner creases but generally good, case neatly rebacked. San Francisco: Woodward & Taggart, 1878

Lot: 31 - (CALIFORNIA -- SANTA BARBARA.) Group of 3 charts relating to Santa Barbara.

(CALIFORNIA -- SANTA BARBARA.) Group of 3 charts relating to Santa Barbara. Vp, vd

Lot: 32 - (CANADA.) Covens & Mortier; after Guillaume de L'Isle. Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France.

(CANADA.) Covens & Mortier; after Guillaume de L'Isle. Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France. Double-page engraved map of eastern Canada and the Great Lakes region with an ornate figural title cartouche. 22 1/4x26 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; hand-colored in outline; mounted to board, minor edge soiling. Amsterdam, circa 1730

Lot: 33 - (CANADIAN FISHERIES DISPUTE.) G.W. & C.B. Colton. Colton's New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and Prince Edward I'd.

(CANADIAN FISHERIES DISPUTE.) G.W. & C.B. Colton. Colton's New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and Prince Edward I'd. Lithographed map of the Canadian Maritimes and Newfoundland annotated with contemporary manuscript distilling the 1871 Washington Treaty regulating commercial fishing in Fortune Bay and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. 16x19 inches sheet size, wide margins; uncolored save for those coasts outlined in the commentary; tanning and soiling, closed tears. New York, 1871

Lot: 34 - (CANALS.) William G. Williams, U.S. Topographical Engineer. 2 large engraved plans of a proposed canal system

(CANALS.) William G. Williams, U.S. Topographical Engineer. 2 large engraved plans of a proposed canal system between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario on the New York side of the Niagara River. Washington, D.C., 1835

Lot: 35 - (CARIBBEAN.) Johannes van Keulen. Pas Kaart Van de Caribes Tusschen I. Barbados en I. S. Martin.

(CARIBBEAN.) Johannes van Keulen. Pas Kaart Van de Caribes Tusschen I. Barbados en I. S. Martin. Double-page engraved chart of the Lesser Antilles Islands. 21 1/2x26 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; stain and other light soiling to margins only. Amsterdam, circa 1685

Lot: 36 - (CARICATURE MAP.) Sagyo Shishido. Hitome de Wakaru Manga Sekai Genjo Chizu. [Cartoon Map of the Current World Situation].

(CARICATURE MAP.) Sagyo Shishido. Hitome de Wakaru Manga Sekai Genjo Chizu. [Cartoon Map of the Current World Situation]. Large color-printed Japanese pictorial world map; verso printed with a smaller map and photographic depictions of international culture. 31x43 inches overall, folding into original pictorial printed envelope (a little clipped); partial reinforcements to a few fold versos. Japan, Showa 7 (1932)

Lot: 37 - (CAROLINA.) George Louis le Rouge. Nouvelle Carte des Cotes des Carolines Septentrionales et Meridionales.

(CAROLINA.) George Louis le Rouge. Nouvelle Carte des Cotes des Carolines Septentrionales et Meridionales. Large double-page engraved chart of the North and South Carolina coastline including a prominent plan of Charleston, decorative ships, a radiant compass rose, and coastal elevations inset to the interior. 21 1/4x29 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; ideal collectible condition. Paris, 1777

Lot: 38 - CARY, JOHN. A New Map of North America from the Latest Authorities.

CARY, JOHN. A New Map of North America from the Latest Authorities. Double-page engraved map delineating the United States east of the Mississippi River and very little recorded information within the vast territory to the west. 21 1/2x24 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; original hand-color in full; faint mat toning, else quite fine. London, 1811

Lot: 39 - (CELESTIAL.) Ignace Gaston Pardies. [Plate 6 - Constellations of the Southern Sky].

(CELESTIAL.) Ignace Gaston Pardies. [Plate 6 - Constellations of the Southern Sky]. Hand-colored double-page engraved celestial chart with flanking descriptive columns in Latin and French. 19x28 1/4 inches sheet size, top margin shaved to the neatline slightly affecting printed captions; minor foxing. Paris, [1693]

Lot: 40 - (CELESTIAL.) Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr; and Johann Baptiste Homann. Hemisphaerium Coeli Australe.

(CELESTIAL.) Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr; and Johann Baptiste Homann. Hemisphaerium Coeli Australe. Double-page engraved constellation chart of the southern sky with tables and international observatories decorating the spandrels. 21x24 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; hand-colored with gold highlights; small closure at lower margin but overall a handsome example. Nuremberg, 1730

Lot: 41 - (CELESTIAL.) Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr; and Johann Baptiste Homann. Sphaera Mundi.

(CELESTIAL.) Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr; and Johann Baptiste Homann. Sphaera Mundi. Double-page engraved diagram of mathematical celestial models with decorative globes and armillaries at each corner. 21 1/2x25 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; original hand-color; small discoloration at center right, otherwise rather nice. Nuremberg, circa 1740

Lot: 42 - (CELESTIAL.) Charles Dien. Uranographie Dressee sous l'Inspection de Monsieur Bouvard Astronome.

(CELESTIAL.) Charles Dien. Uranographie Dressee sous l'Inspection de Monsieur Bouvard Astronome. Large engraved folding planisphere. 32x44 inches overall, dissected into 12 segments and mounted to original linen backing; heavy staining, tack points at upper margin, printed date excised at upper center fold joint (as issued), scattered pencil annotations; signed in ink by the author at the lower right of the northern hemisphere. Paris, [1837]

Lot: 43 - (CELESTIAL -- MOON MAIDEN.) Giovanni Brun; after Giovanni Domenico Cassini. [Lunar map broadside].

(CELESTIAL -- MOON MAIDEN.) Giovanni Brun; after Giovanni Domenico Cassini. [Lunar map broadside]. Aquatint and engraved map of the moon's surface on a sheet with two columns of letterpress describing Cassini's rare 1679 lunar chart and several newer discoveries by late-eighteenth century astronomers. 17 1/2x23 inches sheet size, wide margins with deckle edges; old folds, foxing. [Rome?, circa 1787]

Lot: 44 - (CENTRAL AMERICA.) Reiner & Josua Ottens. Nova Isthmi Americani, qui et Panamiensis item Dariensis Tabula.

(CENTRAL AMERICA.) Reiner & Josua Ottens. Nova Isthmi Americani, qui et Panamiensis item Dariensis Tabula. Double-page engraved map of Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia. 22x25 inches sheet size, extra wide margins with untrimmed deckle edge at top and bottom; original hand-color in full; a very nice example. Amsterdam, circa 1730

Lot: 45 - (CHARTS -- 18TH CENTURY.) Edmund Halley, John Senex, et al. Group of 4 engraved double-page or folding charts,

(CHARTS -- 18TH CENTURY.) Edmund Halley, John Senex, et al. Group of 4 engraved double-page or folding charts, from Atlas Maritimus & Commercialis. London, 1728

Lot: 46 - CHATELAIN, HENRI. Mapmonde ou Description Generale du Globe Terrestre.

CHATELAIN, HENRI. Mapmonde ou Description Generale du Globe Terrestre. Hand-colored double-page engraved double-hemispheric world map with decorative spandrels including celestial diagrams at the top corners and printed glossary tables below. 14x19 inches sheet size, wide margins; minor sheet wrinkle but generally nice. Amsterdam, 1719

Lot: 47 - (CHESAPEAKE.) Henricus Hondius. Nova Virginiae Tabula.

(CHESAPEAKE.) Henricus Hondius. Nova Virginiae Tabula. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of the Delmarva Peninsula, Chesapeake Bay, and inland Virginia derived from Captain John Smith. 18x22 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; mounted to non-acidic card with stabilized repairs at upper left. Burden 228, state not identified. Amsterdam, circa 1640

Lot: 48 - (CHINA.) Johannes Blaeu. Quantung, Imperii Sinarum Provincia Duodecima.

(CHINA.) Johannes Blaeu. Quantung, Imperii Sinarum Provincia Duodecima. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of southern China including the Pearl River estuary and Greater Bay Area. 19x23 inches sheet size, wide margins; competently cleaned with small restorations. Amsterdam, circa 1655

Lot: 49 - (CIVIL WAR.) J. Calvin Smith. The New Naval and Military Map of the United States.

(CIVIL WAR.) J. Calvin Smith. The New Naval and Military Map of the United States. Large hand-colored engraved wall map on 4 sheets joined. 68x69 inches overall; original linen backing with blue silk selvage, lower wooden roller only; varnish a little yellowed, upper edge with damages partly stabilized but in need of proper restoration. Philadelphia, 1863

Lot: 50 - (CIVIL WAR.) Charles Sholl, topographical engineer. Group of 4 small-scale color-printed battle plans.

(CIVIL WAR.) Charles Sholl, topographical engineer. Group of 4 small-scale color-printed battle plans. 9 3/4x7 1/2 inches each sheet size, a bit trimmed; minor age toning. New York: Virtue, Yorston & Co, 1864

Lot: 51 - (CIVIL WAR.) Charles Magnus. One Hundred & Fifty Miles Around Richmond.

(CIVIL WAR.) Charles Magnus. One Hundred & Fifty Miles Around Richmond. Large circular map centered on Richmond, VA lithographed in red and blue with subsidiary maps of southern regions and portraits of Union Generals Ulysses Grant, George Meade, and Winfield Scott Hancock. 28 1/2x32 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; considerately conserved. New York, 1864

Lot: 52 - (CIVIL WAR -- NORTH CAROLINA.) Adolph and Henry Lindenkohl; and George C. Krebs for the U.S. Coast Survey. [North Carolina

(CIVIL WAR -- NORTH CAROLINA.) Adolph and Henry Lindenkohl; and George C. Krebs for the U.S. Coast Survey. [North Carolina and adjacent parts of Virginia and South Carolina]. Large lithographed topographical map overprinted in red with touches of hand-color at the seacoast. 25 1/4x36 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; small paper chip to lower edge and other short marginal closures, else very nice. Stephenson 305a.7. Washington, D.C., 1865

Lot: 53 - (COLONIAL NORTH AMERICA.) Jacques-Nicolas Bellin. Carte de la Nouvelle Angleterre, Nouvelle Yorck, et Pensilvanie.

(COLONIAL NORTH AMERICA.) Jacques-Nicolas Bellin. Carte de la Nouvelle Angleterre, Nouvelle Yorck, et Pensilvanie. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of the northeast region of North America. 9 3/4x14 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; a nice example. Paris, 1757

Lot: 54 - (COLONIAL NORTH AMERICA.) J.[ohn] Gibson, engraver. The British Governments in Nth. America

(COLONIAL NORTH AMERICA.) J.[ohn] Gibson, engraver. The British Governments in Nth. America Laid Down Agreeable to the Proclamation of Octr. 7, 1763. Small-scale engraved folding map of North America at the close of the French and Indian War with a large tract of "Land Reserved for the Indians" defined between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River; a detailed inset of Bermuda appears lower right. 8x9 1/2 inches sheet size, lower margin shaved to the neatline; minor edge wear and short fold splits closed on verso. Jolly, Gent-170. London: Gentleman's Magazine, 1763

Lot: 55 - (COLORADO.) Louis Nell. Nell's Topographical Map of the State of Colorado.

(COLORADO.) Louis Nell. Nell's Topographical Map of the State of Colorado. Large well-detailed hand-colored lithographed map of the state. "Commercial Bond/1895" watermarked wove paper, 33x40 inches overall; archivally lined on verso with thin tissue flattening original folds, some staining and a small area at central fold intersection with minor loss. Denver: Hamilton & Kendrick, 1895

Lot: 56 - (COLORADO -- GOLD MINING.) George S. Clason. Topographical Map Gilpin County Colo. Mineral Belt Gold Production $125,000,000.00.

(COLORADO -- GOLD MINING.) George S. Clason. Topographical Map Gilpin County Colo. Mineral Belt Gold Production $125,000,000.00. Chromolithographed folding plan focused on the gold mining towns of Central City and Blackhawk (once dubbed the "Richest Square Mile on Earth", now old-west-themed gambling resorts). 25x19 inches overall, folding into original printed envelope; faint show-through of verso-printed text (as usual), otherwise virtually faultless. Denver: Denver Lith. Co., circa 1906

Lot: 57 - (COLORADO -- GOLD MINING.) Phillips & Desjardins. Cripple Creek.

(COLORADO -- GOLD MINING.) Phillips & Desjardins. Cripple Creek. Large chromolithographed birds-eye view of Cripple Creek, Colorado and a smaller inset of the neighboring town of Victor bordered by 20 vignettes of local mine smelting operations. 29x38 1/4 inches sheet size; two large closed tears, areas of reinstated paper loss at upper corners slightly affecting printed border. Denver: The Western Litho. Co., [1896]

Lot: 58 - (COLORADO -- GOLD MINING.) W.A. Sherman. Map of Red Mountain Mining District Ouray County, Colo.

(COLORADO -- GOLD MINING.) W.A. Sherman. Map of Red Mountain Mining District Ouray County, Colo. Large lithographed map of mining claims along the Silverton Railroad line in southwestern Colorado. Watermarked bank note paper, 20 3/4x38 inches sheet size; clean with no flaws of note. Ouray, CO, 1891

Lot: 59 - (COLORADO -- GOLD MINING.) Wheeler, Hurlburt, F.L. Biddlecom, and W.A. Sherman, Civil and Mining Engineers. Map of the Ouray

(COLORADO -- GOLD MINING.) Wheeler, Hurlburt, F.L. Biddlecom, and W.A. Sherman, Civil and Mining Engineers. Map of the Ouray Gold District, Ouray County, Colo. Large color-printed lithographed map of mining claims in southwestern Colorado with local business advertisement cards printed at upper border. 2 sheets of watermarked bond paper joined, 35 3/4x62 3/4 inches overall; some staining and soft creases, small damages to the margins. Ouray, CO, 1890

Lot: 60 - COLTON, GEORGE WOOLWORTH. Railroad Map of the Middle States.

COLTON, GEORGE WOOLWORTH. Railroad Map of the Middle States. Large hand-colored lithographed pocket map centered on Pennsylvania with inset plans of the greater Philadelphia and New York City vicinities. 28x38 1/2 inches overall, folding into publisher's 12mo format gilt-lettered cloth case; separations at fold intersections with small areas of tape desiccate staining, covers with minor wear at spine caps. OCLC locates less than five examples. Modelski 91. New York, 1865

Lot: 61 - (CORNWALL.) Gerard Mercator; and Jodocus Hondius. Cornubia, Devonia, Somersetus, Dorcestria…[etc.]

(CORNWALL.) Gerard Mercator; and Jodocus Hondius. Cornubia, Devonia, Somersetus, Dorcestria…[etc.] Double-page engraved map of southwestern Britain. 17 3/4x22 inches sheet size, wide margins, Latin text on verso; a very nice example. Amsterdam, circa 1630

Lot: 62 - (DEVONSHIRE.) Peter Schenk; and Gerard Valk. Devoniae Descriptio / The Description of Devon-Shire.

(DEVONSHIRE.) Peter Schenk; and Gerard Valk. Devoniae Descriptio / The Description of Devon-Shire. Double-page engraved English county map with decorative elements. 20x22 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; fine original hand-color; minor age spots but overall excellent. Amsterdam, circa 1700

Lot: 63 - (DAKOTA TERRITORY.) Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co. Map of Dakota Drawn from Official Plats

(DAKOTA TERRITORY.) Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co. Map of Dakota Drawn from Official Plats of Public Surveys, and Published in the Interests of Immigration. Lithographed map of Dakota Territory with rail lines overprinted in red and river systems in blue; verso printed with 12 promotional panels including a smaller map of the company's branches. 24 3/4x18 3/4 inches overall, folds into self-wrapping pamphlet; minor edge wear though not much of a fault. Chicago: Rand, McNally & Co. 1882.

Lot: 64 - DE L'ISLE, GUILLAUME. Carte d'Amerique.

DE L'ISLE, GUILLAUME. Carte d'Amerique. Double-page engraved map of North and South America. 21x27 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins with untrimmed deckle edges; original hand-color in outline; minor edge soiling but a crisp attractive example. Paris, 1722

Lot: 65 - DE L'ISLE, GUILLAUME, after. L'Amerique Septentrionale Dressee sur les Observations de Mrs. de l'Academie Royale des Sciences.

DE L'ISLE, GUILLAUME, after. L'Amerique Septentrionale Dressee sur les Observations de Mrs. de l'Academie Royale des Sciences. Double-page engraved map of North America and the Caribbean. 19 1/2x25 inches sheet size, ample margins; original outline hand-color with later additions; minor margin spots but overall very good. Amsterdam: Covens & Mortier, circa 1730

Lot: 66 - DE L'ISLE, GUILLAUME, after. Carte du Mexique et de la Floride.

DE L'ISLE, GUILLAUME, after. Carte du Mexique et de la Floride. Double-page engraved map of North America and the Caribbean. 21 1/2x25 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; strong original hand-color in outline; sensitively lined on verso to stabilize verdigris cracks (no losses), otherwise very attractive. Amsterdam: Covens & Mortier, 1722

Lot: 67 - (EUROPE.) Vincenzo Coronelli. Parte Occidentale Dell' Europa. [and] Parte Orientale Dell' Europa.

(EUROPE.) Vincenzo Coronelli. Parte Occidentale Dell' Europa. [and] Parte Orientale Dell' Europa. Two double-page engraved mapsheets dissected and joined as one. 28 1/2x36 3/4 inches overall, wide margins; clean, with no tears. Venice, circa 1690

Lot: 68 - (EUROPE.) Cornelis de Jode. Nova Totius Europae Tabula.

(EUROPE.) Cornelis de Jode. Nova Totius Europae Tabula. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of the European continent and northern Africa with a decorative strapwork inset framing 20 figures in various regional dress. 15 1/4x20 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins, Latin text on verso; centerfold flattened and reinforced, a few minor edge tears expertly repaired. Antwerp, 1593

Lot: 69 - (EUROPEAN CASE MAPS.) Group of 4 eighteenth-century hand-colored engraved folding maps.

(EUROPEAN CASE MAPS.) Group of 4 eighteenth-century hand-colored engraved folding maps. Dissected and mounted to original linen with green silk selvage. Sizes noted; minor staining but generally all nice. Paris, vd.

Lot: 70 - (FLORIDA.) G.W. & C.B. Colton. Colton's New Township Map of the State of Florida.

(FLORIDA.) G.W. & C.B. Colton. Colton's New Township Map of the State of Florida. Large hand-colored lithographed map of Florida with an inset of the West Indies and Caribbean. 28 1/2x28 inches overall, folding into publisher's 8vo format gilt and blind stamped cloth case; minor separations at a few fold intersections but a very attractive and crisp example with strong original colors. A scarce early edition. New York, 1869

Lot: 71 - (FLORIDA.) Two lithographed pocket maps.

(FLORIDA.) Two lithographed pocket maps. Vp, vd

Lot: 72 - (FLORIDA.) W.A. Williams, C.E., from U.S. Coast Surveys. Sketch of Pensacola Navy Yard and Fort Pickens.

(FLORIDA.) W.A. Williams, C.E., from U.S. Coast Surveys. Sketch of Pensacola Navy Yard and Fort Pickens. Small-scale lithographed chart centered on Fort Pickens, Santa Rosa Island, with concentric circle distance markers at half-mile intervals. 11x14 inches sheet size, wide margins; foxing, creases, short repairs to verso. Stephenson, Civil War Maps 120. Boston: L. Prang & Co., 1860s

Lot: 73 - (FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR.) A. Welcker; for the United States Hydrographic Office. Franco-German War Map No. 1-4.

(FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR.) A. Welcker; for the United States Hydrographic Office. Franco-German War Map No. 1-4. Together 4 lithographed maps of France and Germany. 15 1/2x18 inches or smaller, wide margins; original hand-color in outline; backed on original linen, minor toning and edge soiling. [Washington D.C., circa 1870]

Lot: 74 - (FRANKLINIA.) William Faden. The United States of North America:

(FRANKLINIA.) William Faden. The United States of North America: With the British Territories and Those of Spain, According to the Treaty of 1784. Double-page engraved map of eastern North America. 21 3/4x27 1/2 inches sheet size, ample margins; original hand-color in full, cartouche likely later; marginal repairs, most notably to the upper edge, but not affecting image. London, 1796

Lot: 75 - (FRENCH COAST -- DUNKIRK.) Willem Blaeu. Afbeeldinge vande Vermaerde Seehaven ende Stadt van Duynkercken

(FRENCH COAST -- DUNKIRK.) Willem Blaeu. Afbeeldinge vande Vermaerde Seehaven ende Stadt van Duynkercken met der Omliggende Plactsen Sanden ende Droochten Afgeteeckent door Capiteijn Pieter Codde van Enchuysen. Large engraved folding chart of France's northern coast from Dunkirk to Waldam with an inset of Calais at lower right; the map is oriented with north facing downward, ie, viewing the coast as one would from sea. 2 sheets joined, 19 1/2x30 inches overall, ample margins, French text on verso; original hand-color; scattered soiling and other minor appropriate signs of age. Amsterdam, circa 1640

Lot: 76 - (GERMAN EMPIRE.) Christoph Weigel. Discus Cronologicus Omnium S.R.I. Electorum.

(GERMAN EMPIRE.) Christoph Weigel. Discus Cronologicus Omnium S.R.I. Electorum. Engraved circular broadside charting a historical timeline of monarchs of the German Empire from 1200 to 1716 with a movable volvelle arm. 17 1/2x14 1/2 inches sheet size; original hand-color; minor edge wear, unobtrusive repair to pointer. Nuremberg, 1718

Lot: 77 - (GERMAN EMPIRE.) Louis Stanislas d'Arcy Delarochette. Map of the Empire of Germany,

(GERMAN EMPIRE.) Louis Stanislas d'Arcy Delarochette. Map of the Empire of Germany, Including all the States Comprehended Under That Name: With the Kingdom of Prussia, &c. Large-scale engraved map of the German Empire with parts adjacent. 4 sheets of "JWhatman/1808" watermarked wove paper joined as two, 21 1/4x49 inches each part; very fine original hand-color in full; minor offset and age tone but generally a gorgeous example. London: Laurie & Whittle, 1794 [but after]

Lot: 78 - GENERAL LAND OFFICE. Map of the United States and Territories, Showing the Extent of Public Surveys and Other Details.

GENERAL LAND OFFICE. Map of the United States and Territories, Showing the Extent of Public Surveys and Other Details. Large hand-colored engraved case map of the continental United States locating military forts, railroads and regions of precious mineral deposits. 29 1/2x56 1/2 inches overall, mounted to original silk backing and folding into 8vo format gilt cloth case; some wear and small separations along folds. Washington, DC, 1868 [but 1869]

Lot: 79 - (GLOBES.) George Philip & Son. Philips' 18 Inch Terrestrial Globe.

(GLOBES.) George Philip & Son. Philips' 18 Inch Terrestrial Globe. Large library globe comprised of 12 chromolithographed gores and 2 polar calottes on a wooden sphere supported in a graduated brass meridian ring resting on a traditionally styled mahogany tripod stand with glazed compass stretcher. Approximately 46 inches overall height; globe with scattered abrasions and small damages but generally good, stand with minor repairs. London, circa 1930

Lot: 80 - (GLOBES.) H.B. Nims & Co. The Franklin Terrestrial Globe.

(GLOBES.) H.B. Nims & Co. The Franklin Terrestrial Globe. 12-inch table globe comprised of 12 hand-colored engraved gores and a calibrated brass meridian on its cast-iron tripod base and wooden horizon band papered with engraved zodiacal ring. 18 inches overall height; "Fellows/1872" watermark visible within paper of the horizon; general age darkening with scattered nicks and scrapes. Troy, NY, early 1870s

Lot: 81 - (GLOBES.) Mims & Knight. The Franklin Terrestrial Globe.

(GLOBES.) Mims & Knight. The Franklin Terrestrial Globe. 12-inch terrestrial globe comprised of 12 hand-colored engraved gores and a calibrated meridian raised on an elaborate turned and carved mahogany library stand with the horizon band printed on sheet metal; 36 inches overall height; cracks, scrapes, and abrasions, the stand is nice. sold as is. Troy, NY, 1880s

Lot: 82 - (GLORIOUS REVOLUTION.) Johannes van den Avelen. Waare Afbeeldinghe van de Rang en Ordre die de Nederlandsche Hulp-Vloot,

(GLORIOUS REVOLUTION.) Johannes van den Avelen. Waare Afbeeldinghe van de Rang en Ordre die de Nederlandsche Hulp-Vloot, Onder het Beleyd van S.K.H. de H.re P. van Orangie, Gehouden Heeft int Zeylen na Engeland; tot Herstellinge vande Onderdrukte Religie en Wetten, in de Koninkryke van Groot Brittanje; en ten Dien Eynde op den 11. November 1688, uyt Hellevoetsluys in Zee Geloopen. Large double-page etched arrangement of the Dutch auxiliary fleet in sailing order with the arms of Orange at top center with the motto "Prot. Religion and Liberty" between a banner title in Dutch and French. 20 1/4x24 inches sheet size, short margins; center fold reinforced on verso, small edge nicks and tears. Amsterdam: Carel Allard, circa 1688

Lot: 83 - (GOLD RUSH.) J.M. Atwood. Map of the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and the West India Islands

(GOLD RUSH.) J.M. Atwood. Map of the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and the West India Islands with a Portion of Venezuela & New Granada; Showing the Routes Overland and by the Isthmus to California & Oregon, Also the New Boundaries of California, Utah & New Mexico. Fine hand-colored engraved pocket map of mid-century North America highlighting the California Gold Regions and how to get there. 20 1/2x24 inches sheet size, folding into publisher's 12mo format gilt and blind stamped cloth case; adhesive discoloration at left where attached to covers, otherwise excellent. New York, 1851

Lot: 84 - (GREAT BRITAIN.) Girolamo Ruscelli. Tabula Europae I .

(GREAT BRITAIN.) Girolamo Ruscelli. Tabula Europae I . Double-page engraved map of the British Isles. 9 1/4x12 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins, Italian text on verso; excellent condition. Venice, 1561

Lot: 85 - (GREECE.) Joan and Cornelis Blaeu. Graecia.

(GREECE.) Joan and Cornelis Blaeu. Graecia. Double-page engraved map of Greece with a decorative figural title cartouche. 20x23 3/4 inches overall, wide margins, French text on verso; trimmed to platemark and mounted to recto of another example (contemporary publisher's correction, i.e. map beneath printed upside-down); minor soiling and edge wear. Amsterdam, circa 1645

Lot: 86 - (HISPANIOLA.) Casimiro Nemesio de Moya. Mapa de la Isla de Santo Domingo y Haiti.

(HISPANIOLA.) Casimiro Nemesio de Moya. Mapa de la Isla de Santo Domingo y Haiti. Large color-lithographed case map of the Dominican Republic and Haiti with tables and inset plans of Port-au-Prince and Santo Domingo. 45x69 inches overall, dissected and mounted on linen, folding into gilt cloth self-wrappers; age toned and oxidized, scattered worm track and edge chips. Chicago and London: Rand, McNally & Co., 1906

Lot: 87 - (HOLY LAND.) Group of 10 sixteenth and seventeenth century engraved maps.

(HOLY LAND.) Group of 10 sixteenth and seventeenth century engraved maps. European makers; various sizes, some hand-colored; condition mostly good. Vp, vd

Lot: 88 - (HOLY LAND / ANTIQUITY.) Group of 25 eighteenth and nineteenth century engraved maps.

(HOLY LAND / ANTIQUITY.) Group of 25 eighteenth and nineteenth century engraved maps. European makers; various sizes, some hand-colored; condition mostly good. Vp, vd

Lot: 89 - (HOLY LAND.) American Sunday School Union. The Holy Land - A New Map of Palestine

(HOLY LAND.) American Sunday School Union. The Holy Land - A New Map of Palestine Illustrating the Union Bible Dictionary and Adapted to the Use of Clergymen, Sunday Schools & Biblical Students Generally. Small-format wall map of Israel, Palestine, and Jordan engraved by J. Knight. 25 3/4x18 1/2 inches overall; bright original hand-color; backed on period canvas with linen selvage at left and right, survives well with minimal wear. Not in Laor, OCLC locates one example. Philadelphia: P.S. Duval & Son, 1839

Lot: 90 - (HOLY LAND.) Johann Bongars; after Pietro Vesconte. [Untitled engraved folding map].

(HOLY LAND.) Johann Bongars; after Pietro Vesconte. [Untitled engraved folding map]. Watermarked laid paper, 12x16 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; virtually flawless condition. Hanau, 1611

Lot: 91 - (HOLY LAND.) Johannes Janssonius; and Georg Horn. [Regions of the 12 Tribes of Israel].

(HOLY LAND.) Johannes Janssonius; and Georg Horn. [Regions of the 12 Tribes of Israel]. Together six double-page or folding engraved mapsheets to form a large wall map. Folio sheets, a few margins trimmed to the neatline, Latin text on verso; original hand-color; general age browning, spots of cracked verdigris reinforced on verso, other small repairs. Amsterdam, 1658

Lot: 92 - (HOLY LAND.) Juan Bautista Villalpando. Vera Hierosolymae Veteris Imago.

(HOLY LAND.) Juan Bautista Villalpando. Vera Hierosolymae Veteris Imago. Large engraved abstract perspective of ancient Jerusalem. Two sheets joined, 28 1/2x31 1/2 inches overall, wide margins; original folds, minor foxing and edge stain but overall a nice example of this scarce, wonderfully engraved plan. Rome, 1604

Lot: 93 - HOMANN, JOHANN BAPTIST. Totius Americae Septentrionalis et Meridionalis Novissima Repraesentatio.

HOMANN, JOHANN BAPTIST. Totius Americae Septentrionalis et Meridionalis Novissima Repraesentatio. Double-page engraved map of North and South America with a pair of attractive figural cartouche designs. 20 3/4x24 inches sheet size, wide margins; original hand-color to the landmass, cartouche areas later; printer's crease, center fold flattened and gently reinforced, minor edge repairs. 2nd state with a peninsular California. Nuremberg, circa 1725

Lot: 94 - HOMANN, JOHANN BAPTIST. Nova Anglia Septentrionali Americae.

HOMANN, JOHANN BAPTIST. Nova Anglia Septentrionali Americae. Double-page engraved map of New England. 21 3/4x26 inches sheet size, wide margins; original-hand color to the landmass, cartouche likely later; minor edge stain but overall a nice example. Nuremberg, circa 1720

Lot: 95 - HONDIUS, HENRICUS. Nova Virginiae Tabula.

HONDIUS, HENRICUS. Nova Virginiae Tabula. Double-page engraved map of the Chesapeake Bay with anecdotal illustrations of indigenous people. 19x22 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins, French text on verso; hand-colored in outline; large repaired tear at center, other small faults. Burden 228, State 1, "e". Amsterdam, [1644]

Lot: 96 - (IBERIAN PENINSULA.) Jasper Nantiat. A New Map of Spain and Portugal, Exhibiting the Chains of Mountains with Their Passes,

(IBERIAN PENINSULA.) Jasper Nantiat. A New Map of Spain and Portugal, Exhibiting the Chains of Mountains with Their Passes, the Principal & Cross Roads, with Other Details Requisite for the Intelligence of Military Operations. Large topographically detailed engraved case map in four sections, each segmented and mounted to original linen with printed Faden labels and vellum tabs pasted to versos. 22 3/4x32 inches each part; original hand-color in outline; light offsetting else fine; housed in publisher's moderately worn marbled slipcase with printed paper title label. London: William Faden, 1810

Lot: 97 - (IBERIAN PENINSULA.) Louis Vivien de Saint-Martin. Carte des Royaumes d'Espagne et de Portugal.

(IBERIAN PENINSULA.) Louis Vivien de Saint-Martin. Carte des Royaumes d'Espagne et de Portugal. Large hand-colored engraved case map of Spain and Portugal with an inset plan of Cadiz. 30 3/4x40 1/2 inches overall, segmented and backed on original linen with Andriveau-Goujon label and catalog sheet pasted on verso; folding into original gilt-lettered paper-covered slipcase; small stain at left, case moderately worn. Paris: Andriveau-Goujon, 1831 (revised to 1834)

Lot: 98 - (ICELAND.) Olaf Nikolas Olsen, cartographer; Bjorn Gunnlaugsson, surveyor. Uppdrattr Islands (Carte d'Islande).

(ICELAND.) Olaf Nikolas Olsen, cartographer; Bjorn Gunnlaugsson, surveyor. Uppdrattr Islands (Carte d'Islande). Lithographed topographic/geologic map of Iceland with title and data panels in Icelandic and French. 24x30 inches overall, segmented and backed on original linen with printed advertisement self-wrappers; folding into original cloth slipcase with printed Edward Stanford label pasted on; original hand-color in full; light toning and offset, Stanford stamp to lower margin. Copenhagen, 1849

Lot: 99 - (INDIA.) J.[ohn] and C.[harles] Walker. A Newly Constructed and Improved Map of India,

(INDIA.) J.[ohn] and C.[harles] Walker. A Newly Constructed and Improved Map of India, Compiled Chiefly from Surveys Executed by Order of the Hon.ble East India Company. Enormous engraved case map of the Indian subcontinent in 2 sections, each segmented and backed on original edged linen with green cloth self-wrappers. 32 1/2x62 inches each part; fine original hand-color in full; minor darkening at folds but generally in exceptional condition; preserved in original 4to format patterned cloth slipcase with pictorial gilt spine label. London: William H. Allen, 1846

Lot: 100 - (IOWA.) Henn, Williams & Co.; and Rufus L. Barnes. A Township Map of the State of Iowa.

(IOWA.) Henn, Williams & Co.; and Rufus L. Barnes. A Township Map of the State of Iowa. Large hand-colored lithographed pocket map of Iowa. 21x34 3/4 inches overall, folding into publisher's 12mo format gilt-and-blind-stamped red cloth case; short mends to upper fold verso, otherwise very nice. Fairfield, IA and Philadelphia, 1855

Lot: 101 - (IRELAND.) John Rocque. A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland.

(IRELAND.) John Rocque. A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland. Large engraved folding map of Ireland with a decorative title cartouche and several inset tables. 4 sheets of "JWhatman/1808" watermarked wove paper joined as two, approximately 26x39 1/2 inches each part, wide margins; fine original hand-color in full; light offset and small spots of foxing, two repairs within image with no loss. London: Laurie & Whittle, 1794 [but after]

Lot: 102 - (IRELAND.) Daniel Augustus Beaufort. Ireland Civil and Ecclesiastical.

(IRELAND.) Daniel Augustus Beaufort. Ireland Civil and Ecclesiastical. Large engraved case map of Ireland with a decorative title cartouche of putti in a harbor setting with a large cameo of King George III. 45 1/2x35 1/2 inches overall, segmented and backed on original linen; hand-colored in outline; without case, varnish yellowed and scraped in spots, edgeworn. Fourth edition. London: William Faden; and Dublin: William Allen, 1821

Lot: 103 - (IRELAND.) J. Cooke. Cooke's Royal Map of Dublin.

(IRELAND.) J. Cooke. Cooke's Royal Map of Dublin. Detailed engraved case map of Dublin bordered by 24 views of principal architecture. 19 1/2x28 inches overall, segmented and mounted to original linen backing; folding into publisher's 8vo format green cloth case with printed title/advertisement pasted to upper cover; original hand-color in part; minimal foxing, spine with a small repair. Dublin: Gerrard Tyrrell, 1836

Lot: 104 - (ISLANDS OF BRITAIN.) Gerard Mercator; and Jodocus Hondius. Anglesey / Wight Vectis Olim / Gernesay / Jarsay.

(ISLANDS OF BRITAIN.) Gerard Mercator; and Jodocus Hondius. Anglesey / Wight Vectis Olim / Gernesay / Jarsay. Double-page engraved sheet of four maps (Isle of Anglesey, Isle of Wight, Guernsey, and Jersey). 17 3/4x22 inches sheet size, wide margins, Latin text on verso; a very nice example. Amsterdam, circa 1630

Lot: 105 - (ISTANBUL / CONSTANTINOPLE.) Hartmann Schedel. Das Sechst Alter der Werlt Blat CXXX... Constaninopel.

(ISTANBUL / CONSTANTINOPLE.) Hartmann Schedel. Das Sechst Alter der Werlt Blat CXXX... Constaninopel. Hand-colored double-page woodcut view of Constantinople from the Nuremberg Chronicle. 17 1/2x23 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins, German text and woodcut figures on verso; scattered stains and small repairs. Nuremberg, 1493

Lot: 106 - (ITALY.) Wenceslaus Hollar; after Francesco Vanni. Siena.

(ITALY.) Wenceslaus Hollar; after Francesco Vanni. Siena. Etched and engraved perspective map of the Tuscan city of Siena with a 110-point reference key of notable locations. 14 1/2x17 1/2 inches sheet size, margins trimmed; blank verso; sheet lightly age toned, small edge repairs. [Cologne, circa 1635]

Lot: 107 - (ITALY -- LOMBARDY.) Vincenzo Coronelli. Stato di Milano - Parte Orientale [and] Occidentale.

(ITALY -- LOMBARDY.) Vincenzo Coronelli. Stato di Milano - Parte Orientale [and] Occidentale. Large map of Lombardy centered on Milan and featuring Lakes Como and Maggiore. Two unjoined double-page engraved sheets of heavy laid paper, approximately 28 1/4x19 1/2 inches each sheet size, nice wide margins; no flaws of note. Venice, circa 1690

Lot: 108 - JANSSONIUS, JOHANNES; and ABRAHAM GOOS. Americae Descriptio.

JANSSONIUS, JOHANNES; and ABRAHAM GOOS. Americae Descriptio. Small-scale engraved map of the western hemisphere. 7x8 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins, Latin text on verso; small loss in the upper [Alaskan] region neatly reinstated, otherwise nice. Amsterdam, circa 1630

Lot: 109 - JANSSONIUS, JOHANNES; after JODOCUS HONDIUS. America Noviter Delineata.

JANSSONIUS, JOHANNES; after JODOCUS HONDIUS. America Noviter Delineata. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of the western hemisphere with two polar insets and plentiful decoration in the seas. 18 1/2x22 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins, French text on verso; center fold flattened and reinforced on verso, a few small edge chips and closures, an attractive copy. Burden 192, Fifth state. Amsterdam, 1652

Lot: 110 - (JAPAN.) Dai Nihon Seizu.

(JAPAN.) Dai Nihon Seizu. Fine hand-colored engraved folding map of Japan with scores of inset plans, tables, diagrams, and vignette decorations on 4 sheets joined. 27 3/4x28 inches overall, folding into original yellow paper self-wrappers with printed paper title label; minor wear but in general excellent condition. Japan, Meiji 20 (1887)

Lot: 111 - (JAPAN -- ITSUKUSHIMA.) Kageshige Mori. Nihon Sankei no Hitotsu Itsukushima Ryokaku Benran Chizu.

(JAPAN -- ITSUKUSHIMA.) Kageshige Mori. Nihon Sankei no Hitotsu Itsukushima Ryokaku Benran Chizu. Color-printed lithographed map of Itsukushima with a central pictorial inset of the Torii Gate and shrine, border panel vignettes, and an indexed key printed on verso. 15 1/4x21 inches sheet size, wide margins; original folds, minor surface abrasions. East Asian Library, University of California, Berkeley Ha298. Hiroshima, 1898

Lot: 112 - (JAPAN -- PERRY.) Gokakoku Onboeki-Ba. [U.S. Commodore Matthew Perry's arrival in Japan, July 8th, 1853.]

(JAPAN -- PERRY.) Gokakoku Onboeki-Ba. [U.S. Commodore Matthew Perry's arrival in Japan, July 8th, 1853.] Fine color-printed woodblock kawaraban broadside depicting the entrance of Perry's Black Ship squadron into Edo Bay. 14 1/4x19 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; folded, small defects at lower edge, else fine in condition and style. Japan, Kaei 6 (1853)

Lot: 113 - (KANSAS.) G.W. & C.B. Colton. Colton's New Sectional Map of the State of Kansas.

(KANSAS.) G.W. & C.B. Colton. Colton's New Sectional Map of the State of Kansas. Large hand-colored lithographed two-panel pocket map of Kansas. 28x24 1/2 inches each sheet size, 28x50 inches overall; folding into publisher's 12mo format gilt and blind stamped cloth case, competently rebacked; scattered reinforcements to verso lightly discolored and seen through recto. New York, [1867] 1869

Lot: 114 - (KANSAS.) George F. Cram & Company. Sectional Map of Kansas.

(KANSAS.) George F. Cram & Company. Sectional Map of Kansas. Large hand-colored lithographed pocket map of Kansas and a small portion of northern Indian Territory. 27x35 3/4 inches sheet size, folding into publisher's worn gilt and blind stamped cloth case; short fold separation at right, other points of minor wear; smaller color-printed folding map of Kansas tipped to front pastedown (8x10 1/2 inches, 1888). Chicago, 1870

Lot: 115 - (KENTUCKY.) G.W. & C.B. Colton. Colton's Kentucky.

(KENTUCKY.) G.W. & C.B. Colton. Colton's Kentucky. Hand-colored lithographed pocket map of Kentucky and portions of its bordering states. 14 1/2x23 1/4 inches sheet size, folding into publisher's minimally worn 12mo format gilt-blocked cloth case; light adhesive discoloration at cover mount but generally a nice example. New York, 1873

Lot: 116 - KEULEN, GERARD van. Pas Kaart van de Golff van Mexico.

KEULEN, GERARD van. Pas Kaart van de Golff van Mexico. Hand-colored double-page engraved chart of the Gulf of Mexico. 21 1/4x24 3/4 inches sheet size, ample margins; small stain at lower edge, else nice. Amsterdam, 1684 [but circa 1734]

Lot: 117 - KEULEN, JOHANNES van. Pas Kaart van de Kust van Carolina Tusschen C de Canaveral en C Henry.

KEULEN, JOHANNES van. Pas Kaart van de Kust van Carolina Tusschen C de Canaveral en C Henry. Double-page engraved chart of the southeast American coast from the Chesapeake Bay to northern Florida with an inset plan of Charleston and vicinity. 21x24 inches sheet size, ample margins; attractively hand-colored; a few points of worm track neatly filled and concealed. Burden 589, third state. Amsterdam, circa 1702

Lot: 118 - (LAKE PARIME -- EL DORADO.) Willem Blaeu. Guiana sive Amazonum Regio.

(LAKE PARIME -- EL DORADO.) Willem Blaeu. Guiana sive Amazonum Regio. Double-page engraved map of northeastern South America featuring the large mythical lake and lost city of gold. 15 3/4x20 inches sheet size, short margins, French text on verso; original hand-color in outline; light marginal stains but image clean and bright. Amsterdam, circa 1640

Lot: 119 - LAURIE & WHITTLE. Group of 7 double-page or folding hand-colored engraved maps.

LAURIE & WHITTLE. Group of 7 double-page or folding hand-colored engraved maps. Various sizes, on sheets of "JWhatman/1808" watermarked wove paper; fine original hand-color in full; light offset and minor edge chips, one unobtrusive repair. London, vd but circa 1810

Lot: 120 - (LISBON.) Francesco Ambrosi. Lisboa.

(LISBON.) Francesco Ambrosi. Lisboa. Engraved view of Lisbon with a 25-point keyed reference table. 9 1/4x13 inches sheet size; original hand-color; scattered stains, upper and lower margins covered with strips of early hand-printed decorative paste-paper. Bassano del Grappa: Remondini, circa 1780

Lot: 121 - (LONDON.) Francois de Belleforest. La Ville de Londres.

(LONDON.) Francois de Belleforest. La Ville de Londres. Woodcut folding plan of Elizabethan London after Braun and Hogenberg. 15x21 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; original folds flattened with minor reinforcements. Paris, 1575

Lot: 122 - (LONDON.) David Loggan (engr.); after Daniel King. On St. Paul's Cathedrall Represented by Mr. Dan. King.

(LONDON.) David Loggan (engr.); after Daniel King. On St. Paul's Cathedrall Represented by Mr. Dan. King. Engraved broadside comprising an 8-stanza poem by Edward Benlowes in English and Latin surrounded by views and plans of Old St. Paul's Cathedral with an oval portrait of Benlowes at bottom left and a keyed lower-panel panorama of pre-fire London. Watermarked laid paper, 15 1/4x18 1/4 inches sheet size, margins shaved to the platemark; moderate foxing and other small stains, repaired tear at right. Rare, with but a few institutional copies and none traced at auction. London, 1658

Lot: 123 - (LONDON.) Robert and James Dodsley. A New and Correct Plan of London, Westminster and Southwark,

(LONDON.) Robert and James Dodsley. A New and Correct Plan of London, Westminster and Southwark, with Several Additional Improvements Not in Any Former Survey. Hand-colored engraved map of London on heavy laid paper. 15x26 3/4 inches sheet size, narrow margins; original folds, skillful closed tears at right. Howgego 118. London, 1761

Lot: 124 - (LONDON.) William Maitland. A View of London About the Year 1560.

(LONDON.) William Maitland. A View of London About the Year 1560. Hand-colored engraved perspective map of Elizabethan London on "LVG" watermarked laid paper. 16x19 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; original folds, generally nice. Howgego 8(b). London, 1738

Lot: 125 - (LONDON.) Edward Mogg. Mogg's Forty-Five Miles Round London.

(LONDON.) Edward Mogg. Mogg's Forty-Five Miles Round London. Large engraved case map of London and environs. 39x47 inches overall, segmented and mounted to original linen backing with plain card self-wrappers; original hand-color in outline; minor wear but on the whole crisp and nice. London, 1843

Lot: 126 - (LONDON.) James Wyld. Wyld's New Plan of London.

(LONDON.) James Wyld. Wyld's New Plan of London. Hand-colored wood engraved pocket map of London with tables and architectural vignettes to the borders. Title in French, English, and German. 22x38 1/4 inches overall; backed on original linen and folding into 8vo format red cloth case; map overall fine, case showing age and just a little chewing to the foredge. London, 1862

Lot: 127 - (LONDON.) Map of London Published with Cassell's Family Paper.

(LONDON.) Map of London Published with Cassell's Family Paper. Large well detailed lithographed plan of London. 26x32 1/2 inches sheet size; backed with tissue stabilizing folds and small tears. London: Cassell, Petter and Galpin, circa 1862

Lot: 128 - LOTTER, TOBIAS CONRAD. Pensylvania Nova Jersey et New York.

LOTTER, TOBIAS CONRAD. Pensylvania Nova Jersey et New York. Double-page engraved map of eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and parts of an amusingly condensed New England with a large decorative title cartouche depicting a European (William Penn?) trading with native figures. 25 1/4x21 inches sheet size, wide margins; original hand-color; a few minor spots but generally excellent. Augsburg, circa 1750

Lot: 129 - LOTTER, TOBIAS CONRAD; after ALBRECHT CARL SEUTTER. Diversi Globi Terr-Aquei.

LOTTER, TOBIAS CONRAD; after ALBRECHT CARL SEUTTER. Diversi Globi Terr-Aquei. Small-scale engraved double-hemispheric world map with astronomical charts set within the decorative spandrels. 8 1/4x10 3/4 inches sheet size, ample margins; original hand-color; minor edge soiling but generally very nice. Augsburg, circa 1770

Lot: 130 - LOTTER, TOBIAS CONRAD; after ALBRECHT CARL SEUTTER. Nova Orbis Sive America Septentrionalis.

LOTTER, TOBIAS CONRAD; after ALBRECHT CARL SEUTTER. Nova Orbis Sive America Septentrionalis. Small-scale engraved map of North America including California as an island and a decorative figural title cartouche. 8 1/4x10 3/4 inches sheet size, ample margins; original hand-color; minor edge soiling but generally very nice. Augsburg, circa 1770

Lot: 131 - (LOUISIANA PURCHASE.) Samuel Lewis; and Aaron Arrowsmith. Louisiana.

(LOUISIANA PURCHASE.) Samuel Lewis; and Aaron Arrowsmith. Louisiana. Hand-colored engraved map of North America west of the Mississippi River. 10 1/2x9 inches sheet size, wide margins with binding holes at left edge; a fine example. Boston, 1812

Lot: 132 - (LUXEMBOURG.) Matthaeus Seutter. Luxembourg, Une Fortresse Tres-Celebre de la Duche de Cette Nom dans Pais-Bas.

(LUXEMBOURG.) Matthaeus Seutter. Luxembourg, Une Fortresse Tres-Celebre de la Duche de Cette Nom dans Pais-Bas. Engraved plan of the fortified city with a panoramic perspective view inset below. 21 1/2x24 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; originally bound on the left edge, i.e., no center fold; strong original hand-color; minor edge wear, else fine. Augsburg, circa 1730

Lot: 133 - (MANUSCRIPT MAPS.) Small archive of hand-drawn surveys and property tracts.

(MANUSCRIPT MAPS.) Small archive of hand-drawn surveys and property tracts. 20 sheets of various papers, approximately 17x13 1/2 inches or smaller; stains, fold splits, other degradations. Np, late eighteenth-early nineteenth centuries

Lot: 134 - (MANUSCRIPT MAP -- PENNSYLVANIA.) William Rittenhouse; and John Kunkle. Plan of the Town of Mifflinsburg.

(MANUSCRIPT MAP -- PENNSYLVANIA.) William Rittenhouse; and John Kunkle. Plan of the Town of Mifflinsburg. Situate on the South side of the River Susquehanna; Opposite to 3 Islands, in Catawisa Township Northumberland County, (about 30 Miles above Sunbury & about the same Distance below Wilksbury,) in the State of Pennsylvania. Laid out by the Proprietaries of this land Mess. Wm. Rittinghouse & John Kunchel. [sic]. Ink on vellum, 22 1/4x24 inches at widest; old folds and expected soiling but overall good. Provenance: Christie's New York, June 10, 1993, lot 389. Eastern Pennsylvania, 1796

Lot: 135 - (MANUSCRIPT MAP -- PRAGUE.) Gregers Daa Trellund. Wahrhaffter und Accurater Entworffener Plan un Grund-Riss der Hauptstadt Prag

(MANUSCRIPT MAP -- PRAGUE.) Gregers Daa Trellund. Wahrhaffter und Accurater Entworffener Plan un Grund-Riss der Hauptstadt Prag in dem Konigreiche Bohmen. Wie Solche von dem Kayserlichen Koniglichen Preussischen Auxiliar Trouppen im Monath September Ao 1744 belagert und erobert worden. Pen, ink, and colored wash on "Honig" watermarked laid paper edged in silk ribbon. 11 3/4x16 1/2 inches overall; old folds with a few reinforcements, minor age spotting. [Prague, circa 1744]

Lot: 136 - (MARYLAND.) Maryland Geological Society. Map of Maryland Showing State Road System and State Aid Roads.

(MARYLAND.) Maryland Geological Society. Map of Maryland Showing State Road System and State Aid Roads. Large color-printed lithographed case map of Maryland's highway system (showing rapid development under Federal funding) with detailed inset plans of Washington, D.C., and Baltimore. 36x52 1/4 inches overall, segmented and mounted to original linen backing with cloth self-wrappers; minor wear only. [Baltimore], 1922

Lot: 137 - (MASSACHUSETTS -- REVERE BEACH.) E.R. Howe. The Point of Pines • Revere, Mass.

(MASSACHUSETTS -- REVERE BEACH.) E.R. Howe. The Point of Pines • Revere, Mass. On the Atlantic Ocean, Eight Miles North East of Boston. The Most Beautiful Sea Shore Resort in New England - Bathing, Boating, Pic-Nic Grounds. Music Day and Evening. Electric Lights and Fire Works. Board by the Day or Season. Large lithographed panorama of the Revere Beach peninsula with broadside advertisement for the 19th-century vacation and entertainment spot. 21x27 inches sheet size, wide margins; acidic age toning, small chips and closures to the very edges. OCLC locates one example, Boston Public Library. Boston: Forbes Co., circa 1880

Lot: 138 - (MEDITERRANEAN SEA.) Henri Michelot and Laurent Bremond; after. Nouvelle Carte Generalle de la Mer Mediterranee

(MEDITERRANEAN SEA.) Henri Michelot and Laurent Bremond; after. Nouvelle Carte Generalle de la Mer Mediterranee Dediéè in Monseigneur Le Chevalier d'Orleans. Large engraved chart of the western Mediterranean Sea on "JW[hatman]" watermarked wove paper, 23 1/4x28 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; unobtrusive repairs and faint stains. Marseille: Joseph Roux [but elsewhere, circa 1830s?]

Lot: 139 - MERCATOR, RUMOLD. Orbis Terrae Compendiosa Descriptio.

MERCATOR, RUMOLD. Orbis Terrae Compendiosa Descriptio. Double-page engraved double-hemispheric world map. 15 1/2x19 1/2 inches sheet size, French text on verso; faint original hand-color in outline; approximately half-inch of printed loss to the left and right edges, backed on tissue stabilizing other damages. Shirley 157. sold as is. Duisberg, 1587 [but 1609 or later]

Lot: 140 - MERULA, PAULUS. Totius Orbis Cogniti Universalis Descriptio.

MERULA, PAULUS. Totius Orbis Cogniti Universalis Descriptio. Hand-colored engraved double-hemispheric world map with zodiac spheres and other details inset to the baroque patterned spandrels. 11 3/4x20 inches sheet size, trimmed to platemark and neatly laid into margins of deckle-edge laid paper (i.e. 14x21 3/4 inches overall); original folds. Leiden, 1605

Lot: 141 - MEURS, JACOB Van. Novissima et Accuratissima Totius Americae Descriptio.

MEURS, JACOB Van. Novissima et Accuratissima Totius Americae Descriptio. Decorative engraved map of the western hemisphere from Olfert Dapper's German edition of Montanus' America. 17 3/4x21 3/4 inches sheet size; a strong dark impression, issued folding but now mounted flat to acidic board with repairs and a small edge loss at left. Burden 430. Amsterdam 1673

Lot: 142 - (MESOPOTAMIA / PERSIA.) Martin Waldseemuller. Quinta Asie Tabula.

(MESOPOTAMIA / PERSIA.) Martin Waldseemuller. Quinta Asie Tabula. Double-page woodcut map of present-day Iraq and Iran between the Persian Gulf and Caspian Sea. 14 3/4x20 1/2 inches sheet size; text and architectural elements from the 1525 Fries edition of Ptolemy anomalously printed on verso; shaved with some loss to printed extremities. Strasbourg, 1513 or after

Lot: 143 - (MINNESOTA.) Property of the North St. Paul Land Co.

(MINNESOTA.) Property of the North St. Paul Land Co. Large chromolithographed cadastral map of the enclave of North St. Paul from South St. (Ave.) to Silver Lake. 42x28 inches overall; original folds, small corner loss at upper right, manuscript annotations in red ink at lower margin. OCLC locates one example (Minnesota Historical Society). St. Paul: Pioneer Press, circa 1888

Lot: 144 - MITCHELL, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS. Mitchell's New National Map, Exhibiting the United States

MITCHELL, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS. Mitchell's New National Map, Exhibiting the United States with the North American British Provinces, Sandwich Islands, Mexico and Central America, Together with Cuba and other West India Islands. Hand-colored engraved wall map of North America with several inset historical vignettes and tables. 4 sheets joined, 65x65 inches overall; original linen backing with wooden rollers; various stains, cracks and paper flaking. sold as is. Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1857

Lot: 145 - MOLL, HERMAN. America.

MOLL, HERMAN. America. Engraved folding map of North and South America showing trade winds and California as an island. 16x10 inches sheet size, wide margins; minor edge stains but overall nice. Early state with "Vol. 3 p. 129" at upper right not burnished out. London, circa 1730

Lot: 146 - MOLL, HERMAN. New England, New York, New Jersey and Pensilvania.

MOLL, HERMAN. New England, New York, New Jersey and Pensilvania. Small-format engraved map of New England on watermarked laid paper. 9 1/4x14 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; light toning to margins. London, circa 1729

Lot: 147 - MOLL, HERMAN. A Map of New England, New York, New Jersey and Pensilvania.

MOLL, HERMAN. A Map of New England, New York, New Jersey and Pensilvania. Engraved folding map of colonial New England from David Humphreys's An Historical Account of the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. 14 1/4x16 1/2 inches overall, narrow margins; original folds, light browning and offset, closed tear at mount point. London, 1730

Lot: 148 - (NEW JERSEY.) William Faden. The Province of New Jersey, Divided Into East and West, Commonly Called The Jerseys.

(NEW JERSEY.) William Faden. The Province of New Jersey, Divided Into East and West, Commonly Called The Jerseys. Large engraved map of New Jersey, the Delaware Bay, and New York City. 31 1/2x23 1/4 inches sheet size; original hand-color in outline; upper margin competently replaced, center fold strengthened on verso, minor edge stains at right. London, 1777

Lot: 149 - (NEW JERSEY.) Thomas Gordon. A Map of the State of New Jersey

(NEW JERSEY.) Thomas Gordon. A Map of the State of New Jersey with Part of the Adjoining States Compiled Under the Patronage of the Legislature of Said State. Large hand-colored engraved case map, the first officially commissioned mapping of New Jersey and the standard for 19th-century cartography of the state. 57 1/4x33 1/2 inches overall, dissected into 30 segments and mounted to original linen backing with marbled paper self-wrappers; light soiling and other signs of age but a good example with original color by county. Trenton, NJ: the author; and Philadelphia: H.S. Tanner, 1828

Lot: 150 - (NEW JERSEY.) William Kitchell; and Robert Pearsall Smith. Topographical Map of the State of New Jersey

(NEW JERSEY.) William Kitchell; and Robert Pearsall Smith. Topographical Map of the State of New Jersey Together with the Vicinities of New York and Philadelphia and with Most of the State of Delaware. Hand-colored engraved wall map of New Jersey on 4 sheets joined. 68x58 inches overall; original linen backing with ebonized wooden rollers; yellowed varnish, stains and other damages, wants restoration. Philadelphia: H.G. Bond, 1860

Lot: 151 - (NEW JERSEY.) Marcus Smith. Map of Morristown, Morris County, N.J.

(NEW JERSEY.) Marcus Smith. Map of Morristown, Morris County, N.J. Large hand-colored engraved map of Morristown with an inset plan of "The Park" (Morristown Green) and vignettes of important local architecture. 38 1/2x30 inches sheet size; original linen backing, darkened varnish with soft creases, small cracks and edge chipping; despite flaws, condition is somewhat better than usual for wall maps of the kind. New York: M. Dripps, 1850

Lot: 152 - (NEW MEXICO TERRITORY.) William R. Morley. Morley's Map of New Mexico.

(NEW MEXICO TERRITORY.) William R. Morley. Morley's Map of New Mexico. Large lithographed pocket map with original hand-color in outline. 25 1/4x25 3/4 inches overall, folding into publisher's 12mo format gilt-lettered cloth case with printed advertisement label pasted in; covers with minor wear at spine caps, map with a few short separations at fold intersections and sheet edges but overall very nice. Cimarron, New Mexico: Harry Whigham and G. A. Bushnell, 1873.

Lot: 153 - (NEW YORK.) John Homer French. The State of New York from New and Original Surveys.

(NEW YORK.) John Homer French. The State of New York from New and Original Surveys. Large hand-colored lithographed wall map of New York with many inset views and detail maps. 4 sheets joined, 67x73 inches overall; original linen backing with wooden rollers; varnish yellowed, various stains, cracks and paper flaking, lower dowel detached. sold as is. Syracuse, NY: Robert Pearsall Smith, 1860

Lot: 154 - (NEW YORK.) David H. Burr. Hudson River & Vicinity.

(NEW YORK.) David H. Burr. Hudson River & Vicinity. Engraved strip map of the Hudson River from lower Warren County to New York City. 24 3/4x4 1/2 inches extended, folding into publisher's 12mo format gilt-blocked roan case; original hand-color in outline; unobtrusive mend to one of the folds but overall a little darling. First edition, and scarce in any format. New York: John Disturnell, 1834

Lot: 155 - (NEW YORK CITY.) United States Coast Survey. Hudson River Sheet No. 1 From New York to Haverstraw.

(NEW YORK CITY.) United States Coast Survey. Hudson River Sheet No. 1 From New York to Haverstraw. Large chart of the lower Hudson River with the topography of New York City engraved in minute detail. Heavy wove paper, 46 1/2x22 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; moderately age toned, soft creases and edge wear. Washington, D.C., 1865

Lot: 156 - (NEW YORK CITY.) SDUK; and Charles Knight. New York.

(NEW YORK CITY.) SDUK; and Charles Knight. New York. Engraved map of lower Manhattan, parts of Brooklyn and two inset architectural vignettes. 14x17 inches sheet size; original hand-color in outline; faint mat line, otherwise nice. London, circa 1850

Lot: 157 - (NEW YORK CITY.) Matthew Dripps. Map of the Five Cities of New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, Hoboken & Hudson City.

(NEW YORK CITY.) Matthew Dripps. Map of the Five Cities of New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, Hoboken & Hudson City. Large hand-colored lithographed map of NYC. Two sheets joined, 48 1/2x28 1/2 inches overall; original folds, light toning and offsetting, small reinforcements to verso of fold intersections and other short closures but generally nice. New York: D.T. Valentine, 1860

Lot: 158 - (NEW YORK -- LONG ISLAND.) J. Chace, Jr.; and Robert Pearsall Smith. Map of Suffolk Co., L.I. New York.

(NEW YORK -- LONG ISLAND.) J. Chace, Jr.; and Robert Pearsall Smith. Map of Suffolk Co., L.I. New York. Hand-colored lithographed wall map of eastern Long Island from Huntington to Montauk Point patterned with over 30 inset town plans and vignettes. 4 sheets joined, 51x60 inches overall; original linen backing with stains and edge fray - wants restoration. Philadelphia: John Douglass, 1858

Lot: 159 - (NORTH AMERICA.) Alexander Keith Johnston; and Edward Stanford. Stanford's Library Map of North America.

(NORTH AMERICA.) Alexander Keith Johnston; and Edward Stanford. Stanford's Library Map of North America. Large engraved case map of Civil War period North America. 68x61 inches overall, dissected into 48 segments and mounted to original linen with silk selvage and blue paper self-wrapper; fine original hand-color in full; lightly toned and offset, small crease at upper right margin but overall quite nice; folding into publisher's moderately-worn gilt and blind stamped morocco covers. London, 1863

Lot: 160 - (OHIO.) J.H. Colton. Colton's Railroad & Township Map of the State of Ohio.

(OHIO.) J.H. Colton. Colton's Railroad & Township Map of the State of Ohio. Hand-colored engraved pocket map of Ohio with a fine vignette of the state capitol, all surrounded by an ornate foliate border. 26x29 inches, folding into publisher's 12mo format gilt lettered cloth case; discoloration at left where mounted to covers, otherwise excellent. New York, 1856

Lot: 161 - ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. [Globus Terrestris.]

ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. [Globus Terrestris.] Miniature hand-colored engraved double-hemispheric map of the world with a charming topographical landscape below and sky above, from Epitome Theatri Orteliani. 4 1/4x6 inches sheet size, ample margins, verso with ovation to Philip II in Latin; small edge stains and closures. Antwerp, circa 1601

Lot: 162 - ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Typus Orbis Terrarum.

ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Typus Orbis Terrarum. Double-page engraved map of the world with elaborate strapwork border design. 15 3/4x20 1/2 inches sheet size, ample margins, unusual blank verso; continents with modest original hand-color in outline; generally excellent. Shirley 158; Van den Broecke 3.2. Antwerp, circa 1613

Lot: 163 - ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Americae Sive Novi Orbis, Nova Descriptio.

ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Americae Sive Novi Orbis, Nova Descriptio. Double-page engraved map of the Western Hemisphere. 15x20 1/4 inches sheet size, narrow margins, Latin text on verso; original hand-color with later additions; a bevy of hairline cracks stabilized on verso, other small repairs. Burden 39; Van Den Broecke 9.2.2 1573L(A)2 (75 copies printed). Antwerp, 1573

Lot: 164 - ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Angliae, Scotiae, et Hiberniae, sive Britannicar : Insularum Descriptio.

ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Angliae, Scotiae, et Hiberniae, sive Britannicar : Insularum Descriptio. Double-page engraved map of the British Isles. 18 1/4x22 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins, Italian text on verso; original hand-color; a very attractive example. Van den Broecke 16.3 1608/1612I10. Antwerp, 1608 or 1612

Lot: 165 - ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Barbariae et Biledulgerid Nova Descriptio.

ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Barbariae et Biledulgerid Nova Descriptio. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of northern Africa and western Mediterranean Sea. 15 3/4x21 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins, Latin text on verso; center fold flattened and gently stabilized at upper edge. Van den Broecke 176 1573L(AB)69 (80 copies printed). Antwerp, 1573

Lot: 166 - ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Cypri Insulae Nova Descript.

ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Cypri Insulae Nova Descript. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of Cyprus with an inset of Lemnos. 16 1/4x21 inches sheet size, wide margins, Latin text on verso; marginal staining at lower corners. Van den Broecke 149 1579L(B)71. Antwerp, 1579

Lot: 167 - ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Geographia Sacra.

ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Geographia Sacra. Double-page engraved map of ancient geography detailed with a miniature inset of the modern world. 16 3/4x21 inches sheet size, wide margins, Latin text on verso; original hand-color in full; closed tear at lower margin and minor edge wear but generally an attractive example. Van den Broecke 179 1603Lj. Antwerp, 1603

Lot: 168 - ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Italiae Novissima Descriptio.

ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Italiae Novissima Descriptio. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of Italy with attractive decorative elements including a large allegory of a gallivanting Neptune and mermaid. 17 1/4x21 inches sheet size, wide margins, Latin text on verso; a few discreet repairs but on the whole very nice. Van den Broecke 118 1584L64. Antwerp, 1584

Lot: 169 - ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Natoliae Quae Olim Asia Minor / Aegypti Recentior / Carthaginis Celeberrimi Sinus Typus.

ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Natoliae Quae Olim Asia Minor / Aegypti Recentior / Carthaginis Celeberrimi Sinus Typus. Double-page engraved sheet with three maps comprising Turkey and Mediterranean islands, the Nile River delta, and ancient Carthage. 17x21 inches sheet size; wide margins, Latin text on verso; fine original hand-color in full; no faults. Van den Broecke 174.2 1595L112. Antwerp, 1595

Lot: 170 - ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Persici Sive Sophorum Regni Typus.

ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Persici Sive Sophorum Regni Typus. Double-page engraved map of the Persian Gulf, Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. 16 1/2x21 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins, Latin text on verso; original hand-color in full; small loss of flaked verdigris at upper center, else fine. Van den Broecke 167.1 1579L(B)85. Antwerp, 1579

Lot: 171 - ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Group of 26 double-page engraved European regional maps,

ORTELIUS, ABRAHAM. Group of 26 double-page engraved European regional maps, from Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Approximately 17x21 1/4 inches each sheet size, wide margins, Latin text on verso; excellent original hand-color; generally fine condition. Antwerp, 1595

Lot: 172 - (PACIFIC NORTHWEST -- IDAHO TERRITORY.) [William H. Knight]; and H.H. Bancroft & Company. Bancroft’s Map of Oregon, Washington, Idaho

(PACIFIC NORTHWEST -- IDAHO TERRITORY.) [William H. Knight]; and H.H. Bancroft & Company. Bancroft's Map of Oregon, Washington, Idaho & British Columbia. Large engraved wall map of the Pacific Northwest. 33 1/2x38 1/4 inches sheet size; original hand-color in full; mounted on modern canvas stabilizing scattered cracks and creases, edge repairs with a small area of lower foliate border reinstated in facsimile; small faded ink stamp at lower margin "Bancroft Library, University of California - withdrawn". San Francisco, 1864

Lot: 173 - (PARIS.) Melchior Tavernier. l'Isle de France et Lieux Circo[n]voysins.

(PARIS.) Melchior Tavernier. l'Isle de France et Lieux Circo[n]voysins. Double-page engraved map of the Île-de-France. 16x22 inches sheet size, wide margins; small stain at lower edge else a nice example with a strong dark impression. Paris, circa 1630

Lot: 174 - (PARIS.) Nicolas de La Mare; Antoine Coquart; and Nicolas de Fer. Group of 4 double-page engraved plans of Paris

(PARIS.) Nicolas de La Mare; Antoine Coquart; and Nicolas de Fer. Group of 4 double-page engraved plans of Paris from Traité de la Police. Approximately 18x22 inches each sheet size, narrow margins; small stains and repairs. Paris, 1705

Lot: 175 - (PELOPONNESUS.) Nicolas de Fer. Cette Carte est Faite pour l'Intelligence des Affaires des Turcs et des Venitiens

(PELOPONNESUS.) Nicolas de Fer. Cette Carte est Faite pour l'Intelligence des Affaires des Turcs et des Venitiens dans le Peloponese Aujourd'huy la Moree et les Isles de Zante, Cefalonie, Ste. Maure, Cerigo, &c. Double-page engraved map of Morea and vicinity with insets of fortified harbors. 20x28 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; original hand-color in outline; unobtrusive vertical printer's crease at center, else fine. Paris, 1715

Lot: 176 - (PENNSYLVANIA / MARYLAND / DELAWARE.) James Smither, engraver; for The American Philosophical Society. [A Map of part of Pennsylvania,

(PENNSYLVANIA / MARYLAND / DELAWARE.) James Smither, engraver; for The American Philosophical Society. [A Map of part of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland]. Engraved folding map encompassing the area between Baltimore, Philadelphia, Reading and York, PA with proposed connections of several roads and canals. 14x17 inches sheet size, deckle edge at right; faint offsetting, original folds pressed flat, left edge nicely reinstated where originally trimmed and bound. Philadelphia, 1771

Lot: 177 - (PHILADELPHIA.) Nicholas Scull; and George Heap. A Map of Philadelphia and Parts Adjacent.

(PHILADELPHIA.) Nicholas Scull; and George Heap. A Map of Philadelphia and Parts Adjacent. Engraved folding map of the city and surrounding areas along the Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers. 14 1/2x12 inches sheet size, right margin trimmed to platemark; lightly toned, a few fold lines with minor verso closures. London: Gentleman's Magazine, 1753

Lot: 178 - (PHILADELPHIA.) Currier & Ives. Birds Eye View of Philadelphia.

(PHILADELPHIA.) Currier & Ives. Birds Eye View of Philadelphia. Small folio hand-colored lithographed view of Philadelphia centered on City Hall. 13x17 inches sheet size, wide margins; fine original hand-color with touches of gum arabic; Library of Congress copyright and "microfilmed" stamps at lower margin, one small edge mend, else a very attractive example of a scarce print. New York, 1875

Lot: 179 - (PICTORIAL MAPS -- MANUSCRIPT.) Peter Reynolds Furse. Some of the Story of Southern Ontario.

(PICTORIAL MAPS -- MANUSCRIPT.) Peter Reynolds Furse. Some of the Story of Southern Ontario. Pen and ink map of Ontario from Lake Huron to Montreal drawn on an untrimmed deckle-edged sheet of "JWhatman/1959" watermarked wove paper; 27 3/4x40 1/2 inches overall; minimal margin soiling with one small closure at lower edge. Hampton, New Brunswick, 1963

Lot: 180 - (PICTORIAL MAPS -- MANUSCRIPT.) Peter Reynolds Furse. The Southerly Part of the Province of Quebec.

(PICTORIAL MAPS -- MANUSCRIPT.) Peter Reynolds Furse. The Southerly Part of the Province of Quebec. Pen and ink map of Quebec from Hudson's Bay to Prince Edward Island drawn on an untrimmed deckle-edged sheet of "JWhatman/1959" watermarked wove paper; 27 3/4x40 1/2 inches overall; minimal margin soiling with one small closure at left edge. Hampton, New Brunswick, 1963

Lot: 181 - (PICTORIAL MAPS -- MANUSCRIPT.) Peter Reynolds Furse. The Maritime Provinces of Canada.

(PICTORIAL MAPS -- MANUSCRIPT.) Peter Reynolds Furse. The Maritime Provinces of Canada. Pen and ink map of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island drawn on an untrimmed deckle-edged sheet of "JWhatman/1959" watermarked wove paper; 27 3/4x40 1/2 inches overall; minimal margin soiling and short edge closures, adhesive residue from an removed limitation label at lower left margin. Hampton, New Brunswick, 1963

Lot: 182 - (PICTORIAL MAPS.) American Pioneer Trails Association. Group of 3 Old West-themed color-printed pictorial maps.

(PICTORIAL MAPS.) American Pioneer Trails Association. Group of 3 Old West-themed color-printed pictorial maps. Manchester, N.H., vd

Lot: 183 - (PICTORIAL MAPS.) Carroll Barnes. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

(PICTORIAL MAPS.) Carroll Barnes. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Offset lithographed pictorial map printed in green. 14 1/2x19 inches overall, folding into printed self-mailer with a 60-point tourist checklist on verso; short separation at right fold, else fine. [San Francisco?]: Willy Nilly Map Company, 1947

Lot: 184 - (PICTORIAL MAPS.) The Crawfords. Group of 21 hand-printed textile maps.

(PICTORIAL MAPS.) The Crawfords. Group of 21 hand-printed textile maps. Variously colored screen-prints on cotton fabric. Approximately 12x18 inches each; occasional light foxing. Jamestown, RI, late 1940's/early 1950's

Lot: 185 - (PICTORIAL MAPS.) Everard A. McAvoy. The Empire State

(PICTORIAL MAPS.) Everard A. McAvoy. The Empire State Offers to Tourists and Vacationists the Greatest Variety of Attractions in America. Color-printed pictorial map of New York with an inset of Long Island; verso printed with advertisements, promotional text, and color vignette self-wrapper. 22 1/2x27 1/4 inches overall; small damage to spine of outer pamphlet cover with a short closure at fold. Albany: Bertrand T. Fay for the New York State Hotel Association, 1932

Lot: 186 - (PICTORIAL MAPS.) Robert J. Seymour; and Merritt L. Ryder. Historical Westchester County.

(PICTORIAL MAPS.) Robert J. Seymour; and Merritt L. Ryder. Historical Westchester County. Color-printed pictorial map of Westchester County, New York. 22x17 inches sheet size, wide margins; old folds, lightly toned. Np, 1950

Lot: 187 - (PICTORIAL MAPS.) Fred R. Lundy. Cartographer's Impressions of Early Days in Eastbay.

(PICTORIAL MAPS.) Fred R. Lundy. Cartographer's Impressions of Early Days in Eastbay. Newsprint map of San Francisco Bay full of pictorial charm and historical anecdotes. 22 1/2x31 inches sheet size; small separations at a few fold intersections, paper toned and a bit friable. Oakland: Oakland Tribune, Sunday, February 18, 1934

Lot: 188 - (PICTORIAL MAPS.) Michael Baltekal-Goodman; and Eugene Neuhaus. A Map of Berkeley Oakland & Alameda.

(PICTORIAL MAPS.) Michael Baltekal-Goodman; and Eugene Neuhaus. A Map of Berkeley Oakland & Alameda. Large color-printed pictorial map of Berkeley and the East Bay. 34 1/2x42 1/2 inches overall; folding into original printed envelope sleeve; crease and small hole at lower left corner but overall a nice example with only minor wear. Berkeley: Gather Gate Bookshop, [1930]

Lot: 189 - (PICTORIAL MAPS.) Robert Ball. A Part of Virginia Showing Jamestown Williamsburg and Yorktown with Historical Events from 1585-1781.

(PICTORIAL MAPS.) Robert Ball. A Part of Virginia Showing Jamestown Williamsburg and Yorktown with Historical Events from 1585-1781. Offset lithograph with hand-coloring. 17 3/4x24 1/4 inches sheet size, ample margins; minor edge wear but overall excellent. Williamsburg, VA: The Williamsburg Restoration, Inc., 1939

Lot: 190 - (PICTORIAL MAPS.) George Washington Bacon. Bacon's Chart of Useful Knowledge.

(PICTORIAL MAPS.) George Washington Bacon. Bacon's Chart of Useful Knowledge. Color-printed world map surrounded by copious charts, tables and illustrations of time, space, history, topography, evolving modes of transportation, architecture, national flags, and figural portrayals of cultures around the globe. 41x31 1/2 inches overall; original linen backing with ebonized wooden rollers; varnish lightly yellowed, scattered cracks and chips with minor loss. London, circa 1905

Lot: 191 - (PICTORIAL MAPS.) Group of 8 early 20th-century color-lithographed pictorial maps.

(PICTORIAL MAPS.) Group of 8 early 20th-century color-lithographed pictorial maps. 28x37 1/2 the largest, 15 3/4x19 1/2 the smallest; each mounted to board and darkened with varnish, small scattered scrapes and scratches, a few with lower imprint trimmed. sold as is. Vp, vd

Lot: 192 - (POLAR PROJECTION.) Rigobert Bonne; and Nicolas Desmarest. Group of 4 double-page engraved polar-projected world maps.

(POLAR PROJECTION.) Rigobert Bonne; and Nicolas Desmarest. Group of 4 double-page engraved polar-projected world maps. 11 1/4x16 1/4 inches each sheet size, wide margins; vertical adhesive stain at left edges. [Paris, 1787]

Lot: 193 - (POLAR.) after Henricus Hondius. [Polus Antarcticus].

(POLAR.) after Henricus Hondius. [Polus Antarcticus]. Double-page engraved map of the southern hemisphere with figural decoration in the spandrels. 18 1/4x20 3/4 inches sheet size, ample margins, blank verso; fine original hand-color in full; lower center fold reinforced on verso, flattened creases, small repair at center affecting one printed letter. Late edition with the title cartouche removed and additions of Tasman's discoveries. Amsterdam: Jansson or De Wit, circa 1660s-1680

Lot: 194 - (PUZZLE MAPS.) Jean Vincent Marie Dopter. Set of 8 hand-colored engraved map puzzles.

(PUZZLE MAPS.) Jean Vincent Marie Dopter. Set of 8 hand-colored engraved map puzzles. Mounted on wood panels and dissected into interlocking jigsaw pieces, edged in green paper; 11x15 inches each; housed in a custom rosewood box with inlaid title "Atlas"; repaired crack to bottom of case, interior with minor foxing and a slight mustiness; all maps complete and with original blue card supports. Paris, circa 1850s

Lot: 195 - (RAILROADS.) Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. Pointers on the Southwest.

(RAILROADS.) Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. Pointers on the Southwest. Description of the Cities, Towns, and Country along the Line of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe and Western Connections in Kansas, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Texas, Old Mexico, Arizona and California. [iv], [86] illustrated pages of commentary and advertisements, with a folding map of the company's branches. Publisher's pictorial wrappers, 8x4 inches; unblemished condition. Topeka: A.E. Sexton, 1883

Lot: 196 - (RAILROADS.) Henry Worrall; for The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. The Arkansas Valley Route from the Missouri River to Colora

(RAILROADS.) Henry Worrall; for The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. The Arkansas Valley Route from the Missouri River to Colorado & New Mexico. Detailed wood-engraved pocket map of the route across Kansas and Colorado with a fine bannered panoramic view of the overland tracks crossing the plains along the Arkansas River from Kansas City to Pikes Peak; verso decked out with timetables, advertisements, and illustrated puffs of regional highlights. 11 1/4x31 inches overall, folding into printed self-wrappers; minor wear. St. Louis: Woodward, Tiernan and Hale (printers), 1876

Lot: 197 - (RAILROADS.) Rand, McNally & Co. Geographically Correct Map of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.

(RAILROADS.) Rand, McNally & Co. Geographically Correct Map of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. Lithographed pocket map of the north central United States with advertised lines overprinted in red, a small inset plan of the business district of Chicago at upper right, and panels of timetables and advertisements printed on verso. 14 3/4x32 1/2 inches overall, folding into printed card self-wrappers containing an 8-page guide to the major hotels of Chicago; front cover detached, fold separations at map left, minor edge staining, Library of Congress copyright stamps, 1879, to front wrapper. No copies traced in OCLC or auction records. Chicago, [1878]

Lot: 198 - (RAILROADS.) Rand, McNally & Co. The Northern Pacific Railroad -- Completed September 8, 1883.

(RAILROADS.) Rand, McNally & Co. The Northern Pacific Railroad -- Completed September 8, 1883. Large hand-colored lithographed map of the transcontinental line and its branches from the Great Lakes to the Pacific Northwest. 2 unjoined sheets, 25x56 inches overall, folding loose into publisher's 8vo format gilt-lettered red cloth case; minor strengthening to a few fold intersections and small marginal spots but overall excellent condition. OCLC locates 6 examples. Chicago, 1883

Lot: 199 - ROBERT de VAUGONDY, DIDIER. Amerique Septentrionale,

ROBERT de VAUGONDY, DIDIER. Amerique Septentrionale, Dressee sur les Relations les plus Modernes des Voyageurs et Navigateurs, et Divisee Suivant les Differentes Possessions des Europeens. Double-page engraved map of North America with a decorative figural title cartouche. 19 3/4x26 1/2 inches sheet size, ample margins; hand-colored in outline delineating the possessions of the English, French, and Spanish; minor wear and age spots. Paris, 1750

Lot: 200 - ROBERT de VAUGONDY, GILLES. Partie de l'Amerique Septentrionale qui Comprend le Cours de l'Ohio.

ROBERT de VAUGONDY, GILLES. Partie de l'Amerique Septentrionale qui Comprend le Cours de l'Ohio. Le Nlle. Angleterre, La Nlle York, Le New Jersey, La Pensylvanie, Le Maryland La Virginie, La Caroline. Double-page engraved map of the American Colonies balanced on the corners with a Rococo title cartouche and inset map of Carolina. 20 1/4x27 1/4 inches sheet size, ample margins; original hand-color in outline; small spots of light dampstain and filled worm track to margins only, image crisp and clean; colloquial title stenciled in ink on verso. Paris, 1755

Lot: 201 - (ROME.) Matthaeus Seutter. Veteris et Modernae Urbis Romae Ichnographia et Accurata Designatio.

(ROME.) Matthaeus Seutter. Veteris et Modernae Urbis Romae Ichnographia et Accurata Designatio. Double-page engraved plan of Rome with first-rate elements of detail and decoration. 21 1/2x24 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; original hand-color; scattered stains kept to the sheet edges and easily matted over, image crisp and fine. Augsburg, circa 1730

Lot: 202 - (ROME.) Venenzio Monaldini; and Pietro Ruga (engraver). Nuova Pianta di Roma Moderna Estratta Dalla Grande del Nolli.

(ROME.) Venenzio Monaldini; and Pietro Ruga (engraver). Nuova Pianta di Roma Moderna Estratta Dalla Grande del Nolli. Fine engraved case map of Rome with inset diagrams. 24 1/2x34 inches overall, dissected into 32 segments and mounted on original linen backing; excellent condition; original marbled paper case with printed label for the English Reading Room and Circulating Library of M. Piale in Rome pasted on. Rome, 1843

Lot: 203 - (RUSSIA.) Charles Price; and Thomas Jefferys. A Correct Map of Moscovy.

(RUSSIA.) Charles Price; and Thomas Jefferys. A Correct Map of Moscovy. Large engraved folding map of European Russia with Moscow at lower center. 2 sheets joined, 38 1/2x26 1/2 inches overall; original hand-color in outline; general toning, edge wear, and small repairs. London: Thomas Jefferys, [1711] [but circa 1750]

Lot: 204 - (RUSSIA -- MOSCOW.) Matthaeus Merian. Moscua.

(RUSSIA -- MOSCOW.) Matthaeus Merian. Moscua. Hand-colored double-page engraved plan of Moscow on heavy laid paper. 11 1/2x14 1/4 inches sheet size, ample margins; minor signs of age but an attractive example. Frankfurt, circa 1640

Lot: 205 - SCHERER, HEINRICH. Repraesentatio Geographica Itineris Maritimi Navis Victoriae.

SCHERER, HEINRICH. Repraesentatio Geographica Itineris Maritimi Navis Victoriae. Double-page engraved world map on a north polar projection showing the track of Ferdinand Magellan's circumnavigation of the globe and a decorative portrait of his ship Victoria in the lower left spandrel. 10 3/4x15 inches sheet size, wide margins; faint discoloration at center fold but generally a crisp, clean, and attractive example. Shirley 626. Munich, 1700

Lot: 206 - SCHERER, HEINRICH. America Borealis.

SCHERER, HEINRICH. America Borealis. Engraved folding map of North America showing California as an island and characteristic topographic details. 10 1/2x15 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; fine condition. Munich, circa 1700

Lot: 207 - SCHONSPERGER, JOHANN. Secuda Etas Mundi. [World map].

SCHONSPERGER, JOHANN. Secuda Etas Mundi. [World map]. Woodcut map of the ancient world on a folio sheet of Latin text. 4x5 3/4 inches map size, 11 1/4x8 inches sheet size; ink marginalia, small edge repairs. Augsburg, 1497

Lot: 208 - (SEA OF THE WEST.) Jean Janvier. L'Amerique Divisee in ses Principaux Etats.

(SEA OF THE WEST.) Jean Janvier. L'Amerique Divisee in ses Principaux Etats. Double-page engraved map of North and South America with a landscape title cartouche adorned by native dwellings and accoutrements. 21 1/2x30 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; original hand-color; excellent condition with expected signs of age. Paris: Jean Lattre, 1790

Lot: 209 - SENEX, JOHN. A Map of Louisiana and of the River Mississipi.

SENEX, JOHN. A Map of Louisiana and of the River Mississipi. Double-page engraved map of North America, an English version of De Lisle's landmark publication three years prior. 20 1/2x24 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; hand-colored in outline; small area of dampstain at lower right margin, otherwise fine with minor expected signs of age. London, 1721

Lot: 210 - (SOUTH AMERICA.) Tobias Conrad Lotter. America Meridionalis.

(SOUTH AMERICA.) Tobias Conrad Lotter. America Meridionalis. Double-page engraved map of South America with early navigators' tracks and a decorative figural title cartouche . 21x26 inches sheet size, wide margins; strong original hand-color; a little more than moderate foxing. Augsburg, circa 1770

Lot: 211 - (SOUTH AMERICA.) William Faden. Colombia Prima or South America

(SOUTH AMERICA.) William Faden. Colombia Prima or South America Drawn from the Large Map in Eight Sheets By Louis Stanislas D'Arcy Delarochette. Large brilliantly detailed engraved map of South America on two unjoined sheets. 23 1/4x32 1/2 each part, wide margins; original hand-color in outline; faint offset and a few minor worm holes else a very handsome example. London, 1811

Lot: 212 - (SOUTH CAROLINA.) A New and Accurate Map of the Province of South Carolina in North America.

(SOUTH CAROLINA.) A New and Accurate Map of the Province of South Carolina in North America. Hand-colored engraved folding map from The Universal Magazine. 13x11 1/2 inches sheet size, left margin wide, others trimmed to the plate; small repair at lower edge, other modest age wear. London, 1779

Lot: 213 - (SOUTHWEST UNITED STATES.) William M. Bradley. Arizona and New Mexico.

(SOUTHWEST UNITED STATES.) William M. Bradley. Arizona and New Mexico. Hand-colored lithographed map in pocket format. "Molino Mexicano/Papel de Hilo" watermarked paper, 18 3/4x23 1/2 inches overall, folding into publisher's 8vo format printed card wrappers; fold versos reinforced, else good. Philadelphia, 1886 [1887]

Lot: 214 - SPEED, JOHN. Italia.

SPEED, JOHN. Italia. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of Italy with carte-a-figures and city plan border panels. 16 1/2x21 inches sheet size, ample margins, English text on verso; stains and repairs, including a large closed tear at lower right. London: George Humble, 1626

Lot: 215 - SPEED, JOHN. The Kingdome of Great Britaine and Ireland.

SPEED, JOHN. The Kingdome of Great Britaine and Ireland. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of Great Britain with inset views of London and Edinburgh. 15 1/2x20 1/2 inches sheet size, ample margins, English text on verso; minor edge repairs not affecting image. London: Sudbury & Humble, 1611 or after

Lot: 216 - (TEXAS -- LAND GRANTS.) Texas & Pacific Railway Company. Nolan County Texas.

(TEXAS -- LAND GRANTS.) Texas & Pacific Railway Company. Nolan County Texas. Lithographed plat with points of hand-color (indicating unsold land). 21 1/2x16 3/4 inches overall, folding into verso-printed self-wrappers with panels of promotional essays; minor wear. Fort Worth: Daily Democrat (printed by), circa 1876-1880

Lot: 217 - (TEXAS -- LAND GRANTS.) Texas General Land Office. Navarro County. State of Texas.

(TEXAS -- LAND GRANTS.) Texas General Land Office. Navarro County. State of Texas. Large lithographed cadastral plat of the county centered on Corsicana. 32x44 inches sheet size, ample margins; various repairs. St. Louis & New York: A. Gast, 1888

Lot: 218 - (TIERRA DEL FUEGO.) Willem Blaeu. Tabula Magellanica qua Tierrae del Fuego, cum Celeberrimis Fretis a F. Magellano et I. Le Maire.

(TIERRA DEL FUEGO.) Willem Blaeu. Tabula Magellanica qua Tierrae del Fuego, cum Celeberrimis Fretis a F. Magellano et I. Le Maire. Double-page engraved ornamental map of southern Patagonia and the Tierra del Fuegan archipelago. 20 1/4x24 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins, Latin text on verso; original hand-color in outline; moderate toning, center fold flattened and archivally reinforced on verso. Amsterdam, circa 1640

Lot: 219 - (UNITED STATES.) Thomas Conder, engraver. The United States of America.

(UNITED STATES.) Thomas Conder, engraver. The United States of America. Engraved folding map of North America east of the Mississippi River from William Gordon's The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the Independence of the United States of America. 12 1/4x12 1/4 inches sheet size, left edge shaved to neatline, right edge partially trimmed for binding; light foxing, short repairs including a small loss at left image. London, 1788

Lot: 220 - (UNITED STATES -- ATLANTIC COAST.) Aime Robiquet. Carte de la Cote des Etats-Unis Comprise Entre la Nouvelle-Ecosse et la Floride.

(UNITED STATES -- ATLANTIC COAST.) Aime Robiquet. Carte de la Cote des Etats-Unis Comprise Entre la Nouvelle-Ecosse et la Floride. Large engraved chart of the North American Atlantic coast from Nova Scotia to Florida with insets of Charleston Harbor, the Delaware River, New York Bay, and southern Florida/Bahamas. 29x42 inches overall, wide margins; touches of original hand-color at lighthouse points; scattered repairs and a few pencil triangulations; Marseille chart-seller's ink stamp at lower title, Robiquet's blindstamp to lower right margin. Paris, 1861

Lot: 221 - (UNITED STATES -- ATLANTIC COAST.) Depot General de la Marine; after Edmund Blunt. Carte de la Cote Orientale de l'Amerique

(UNITED STATES -- ATLANTIC COAST.) Depot General de la Marine; after Edmund Blunt. Carte de la Cote Orientale de l'Amerique Septentrionale ... d'Apres les Cartes Publiees en 1828 par l'Hydrographe Americain E. Blunt. Large double-page engraved chart of the American Atlantic coast from New York to northern Florida with insets of New York Bay and the entrance to the Chesapeake Bay. "D/J" watermarked laid paper, 27x38 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; deacidified with remnant stains. Paris, 1834

Lot: 222 - (UNITED STATES -- ORDINANCE OF 1784.) Charles Delamarche. Etats-Unis de l'Amerique Septentrionale.

(UNITED STATES -- ORDINANCE OF 1784.) Charles Delamarche. Etats-Unis de l'Amerique Septentrionale. Double-page engraved map of the United States. 20 1/4x26 3/4 inches sheet size, ample margins; original hand-color; faint mat stain and one small repair at lower left, desiccated mounting tape residue to verso edges, but generally nice. Paris, 1785

Lot: 223 - (UNITED STATES -- HISTORY.) Timothy and Edward Hooker Ensign. Ensign's Travellers' Guide, and Map of the United States.

(UNITED STATES -- HISTORY.) Timothy and Edward Hooker Ensign. Ensign's Travellers' Guide, and Map of the United States. Large engraved map of the United States bordered with inset city plans, tables, presidential portraits and patriotic historical vignettes. 5 sheets joined, 27 1/2x41 inches overall; original hand-color; original linen backing with ebonized wooden rollers; age toned, but generally nicer than commonly found. New York: T. & E.H. Ensign, [1840] 1846

Lot: 224 - (UNITED STATES -- WALL MAP.) James Hamilton Young; and Samuel Augustus Mitchell. Mitchell's National Map of the American Republic

(UNITED STATES -- WALL MAP.) James Hamilton Young; and Samuel Augustus Mitchell. Mitchell's National Map of the American Republic or United States of North America. Together with Maps of Thirty-Two of the Principal Cities and Towns in the Union. Hand-colored engraved map on 4 sheets joined. 40x49 1/2 inches overall; staining at upper and left areas, a few small damages within the map, varnished, wooden rollers detached. Philadelphia, 1846

Lot: 225 - (UNITED STATES -- WALL MAP.) Wellington Williams; and S. Augustus Mitchell. Mitchell's New National Map,

(UNITED STATES -- WALL MAP.) Wellington Williams; and S. Augustus Mitchell. Mitchell's New National Map, Exhibiting the United States with the North American British Provinces, Sandwich Islands, Mexico and Central America, Together with Cuba and Other West India Islands. Hand-colored engraved wall map with ornate foliate border design and inset historical vignettes. 62x64 inches overall; original linen backing with ebonized wooden rollers; yellow varnish, soft creases and wear, more so at upper edge but generally better than average condition. Philadelphia, 1862

Lot: 226 - VALCK, GERARD. l'Amerique Septentrionale & Meridionale.

VALCK, GERARD. l'Amerique Septentrionale & Meridionale. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of the Western Hemisphere decorated by scenes of regional peoples engaged in trade with Europeans. 18 1/4x24 1/2 inches sheet size; faint mat line, center fold gently reinforced on verso but a nice example of a fairly scarce map. Burden 713. Amsterdam, circa 1700

Lot: 227 - (VENICE.) Leandro Alberti. [Venetia].

(VENICE.) Leandro Alberti. [Venetia]. Small-scale double-page woodcut plan of Venice from Isolario Appartenenti Alla Italia. 7 3/4x11 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; Italian text on verso showing through as usual, but overall very nice. Venice, 1588

Lot: 228 - (VENICE.) Jan Lansvelt; after Vincenzo Coronelli. Venetien.

(VENICE.) Jan Lansvelt; after Vincenzo Coronelli. Venetien. Engraved folding perspective plan of Venice. 15x20 inches sheet size, left margin partly shaved for binding; original folds, overall very nice. [The Hague, 1699]

Lot: 229 - (VENICE.) Willem Seiffert. Pianta di Venezia.

(VENICE.) Willem Seiffert. Pianta di Venezia. Large lithographed map of Venice with keyed reference tables and views of the Grand Canal, Rialto Bridge, St. Mark's Cathedral, and the Venetian Arsenal. Printed on linen with hemmed edges, 29x23 1/2 inches overall; old folds and minor soiling but overall survives well. Germany, 1859

Lot: 230 - (VIRGINIA -- HAMPTON ROADS.) John C. Rankin, Jr. Map of the City of Newport News. Virginia.

(VIRGINIA -- HAMPTON ROADS.) John C. Rankin, Jr. Map of the City of Newport News. Virginia. Lithographed wall map of the city's initial cadastral layout on 2 sheets joined. 55x42 inches overall, wide margins; occasional manuscript additions; fold separation with small paper loss at lower left, scattered stains. No copies traced in bibliographical, auction, or institutional records. New York, circa 1895

Lot: 231 - (VIRGINIA -- SLAVERY.) C.B. Graham; after E. Hergesheimer. Map of Virginia, Showing the Distribution of its Slave Population

(VIRGINIA -- SLAVERY.) C.B. Graham; after E. Hergesheimer. Map of Virginia, Showing the Distribution of its Slave Population from the Census of 1860. Large lithographed map of Virginia showing its counties shaded to indicate slave population as relative to white population with a supportive table at left. 22x29 inches sheet size, wide margins; stains, edge wear, and small puncture points at title area; ink annotation and gift inscription signed "W.R.P." (Major William R. Palmer, Topographical Engineer). Washington, D.C., June 13th, 1861

Lot: 232 - (VIRGINIA -- CIVIL WAR.) Major General Jeremy Francis Gilmer. Map of the Country Between Richmond and Petersburg.

(VIRGINIA -- CIVIL WAR.) Major General Jeremy Francis Gilmer. Map of the Country Between Richmond and Petersburg. Lithographed map of southeast Virginia along the Appomattox and James Rivers showing the region in fine topographic detail with property ownership and connecting railroad lines. 19x13 1/2 inches sheet size, lower margin trimmed for binding; original folds pressed flat, a few short mends which have left desiccate traces to the thin paper. [New York, 1864]

Lot: 233 - WELLS, EDWARD. Orbis Terrarum Cognitus Hodiernis Europaeis. [and]: Americae Australis Tabula.

WELLS, EDWARD. Orbis Terrarum Cognitus Hodiernis Europaeis. [and]: Americae Australis Tabula. Two miniature engraved maps (world and South America) from Wells' edition of Dionysius's Geographia. 4 1/2x7 1/2 inches each sheet size; small closure at lower margin of South America map, else nice. Oxford, 1704 [or after]

Lot: 234 - (WEST INDIES.) Thomas Kitchin, after Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville. A New and Complete Map of the West Indies

(WEST INDIES.) Thomas Kitchin, after Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville. A New and Complete Map of the West Indies Comprehending All the Coasts and Islands Known by that Name. Large engraved folding map of the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico and southeastern United States. 2 sheets of "JWhatman/1808" watermarked wove paper joined, 21x35 inches overall, ample margins; fine original hand-color in full; small chip at lower left corner, minor offset and age tone but generally an excellent example. London: Laurie & Whittle, 1794 [but after]

Lot: 235 - (WORLD WAR I.) The Scarborough Company. Scarborough's New Map of the World / Map of the West Front of the Great World War

(WORLD WAR I.) The Scarborough Company. Scarborough's New Map of the World / Map of the West Front of the Great World War Showing Special Fields of Canadian Operations in France and Belgium. Farthest Advance Lines of the Opposing Armies and Change Agreed Upon by Peace Conference at Paris. Also New Map of Europe Showing All Boundaries Up-To-Date. Large color-printed double-sided statistical wall map. 39x61 3/4 inches overall, mounted on original metal rollers; soft creases, stain at upper edge. Ontario, Canada, circa 1918

Lot: 236 - (WORLD.) Alexey Ilyin Cartographic Institute. [Eastern Hemisphere / Western Hemisphere].

(WORLD.) Alexey Ilyin Cartographic Institute. [Eastern Hemisphere / Western Hemisphere]. Large color-printed lithographed Russian language world map. 35x63 inches overall, segmented and mounted to original linen backing; various stains and small paper chips. St. Petersburg, first part of the 20th century

Lot: 237 - (WORLD.) D. Griffing Johnson; and Joseph Hutchins Colton. Colton's Illustrated & Embellished Steel Plate Map of the World

(WORLD.) D. Griffing Johnson; and Joseph Hutchins Colton. Colton's Illustrated & Embellished Steel Plate Map of the World on Mercator's Projection. Hand-colored engraved wall map of the world with an ornate decorative border design incorporating cultural portrayals and large city views. 6 sheets joined, 56x79 inches overall; original linen backing, ebonized wooden rollers detached but present; yellow varnish with scattered scrapes, abrasions, and edge wear. New York: J.H. Colton, 1853

Lot: 238 - (WORLD.) Joseph Netherclift; for The Church Missionary Society. Missionary Map of the World Distinguishing the Stations

(WORLD.) Joseph Netherclift; for The Church Missionary Society. Missionary Map of the World Distinguishing the Stations of All Protestant Missionary Societies. Large hand-colored lithographed double-hemispheric world map with approximately 300 global missionary stations keyed alphabetically in the spandrel tables. 30x61 inches overall, segmented and mounted to original green-edged linen with cloth self-wrappers; folding into 8vo format patterned green cloth slipcase with printed title label; minor stains and creases. London, 1838

Lot: 239 - (WORLD.) William & Alexander Keith Johnston. Johnstons' Commercial and Library Chart of the World

(WORLD.) William & Alexander Keith Johnston. Johnstons' Commercial and Library Chart of the World on Mercators Projection Showing the Position of Every Place of Commercial Importance, and the Chief Railways Steamship Routes & Telegraphs. Enormous color-printed lithographed case map of the world. 2 sections, each segmented and mounted to original silk-edged linen and folding into publisher's gilt-blocked morocco case with a 34-page index and advertisement booklet bound in; 58 1/2x37 inches each section; map super fine, case with minor wear; Edward Stanford shop ticket pasted to inner booklet. Edinburgh & London: W. & A.K. Johnsotn, circa 1907

Lot: 240 - (WORLD -- REPUBLIC OF TEXAS.) J.[ohn] & C.[harles] Walker. To Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, This Map of the World

(WORLD -- REPUBLIC OF TEXAS.) J.[ohn] & C.[harles] Walker. To Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, This Map of the World on Mercator's Projection is Most Respectfully Dedicated. Oversize engraved case map of the world surrounded by a border of separately printed tables relating statistics for scores of individual nations and geographic regions. 57x65 1/2 inches overall, segmented and backed on original linen; folding into original roan case with brass clasp; original hand-color in full; map with faint offset but generally fine, case worn with perished spine (i.e. front cover detached). London, 1840

Lot: 241 - ZUDA ROKASHI (Priest Hotan.) Nansenbushu Bankoku Shoka No Zu.

ZUDA ROKASHI (Priest Hotan.) Nansenbushu Bankoku Shoka No Zu. Woodblock wall map of the world on 16 sheets joined. 45 1/2x56 1/2 inches overall, folding into worn self-wrappers; scattered staining, a few small spots of filled worm track. Kyoto: Uhei Bundaiken, 1710

Lot: 242 - BEAUJOUR, LOUIS AUGUSTE. Apercu des Etats Unis.

BEAUJOUR, LOUIS AUGUSTE. Apercu des Etats Unis. Engraved folding map, 272, [2] pages, and 17 letterpress folding tables. 8vo, 8x5 inches, contemporary calf-backed paste-paper boards, covers rubbed and partly split at front hinge; clean. Paris, 1814

Lot: 243 - (BIBLICAL EXEGESIS.) Samuel Bochart. Geographiae Sacrae Pars Prior Phaleg seu de Dispersione Gentium et Terrarum Diviosone Facta

(BIBLICAL EXEGESIS.) Samuel Bochart. Geographiae Sacrae Pars Prior Phaleg seu de Dispersione Gentium et Terrarum Diviosone Facta in Aedificatione Turris Babel. [and]: Geographiae Sacrae Pars Altera Chanaan seu de Coloniis et Sermone Phoenicum. 3 (of 4) double-page engraved maps with toponyms in Latin and Hebrew. Folio, 13 1/2x9 inches, modern leatherette, a bit scuffed; some dampstain and paper flaws, maps fine. Caen: Pierre Cardonelli, 1646

Lot: 244 - BONNYCASTLE, R.H. Spanish America;

BONNYCASTLE, R.H. Spanish America; or a Descriptive, Historical, and Geographical Account of the Dominions of Spain in the Western Hemisphere. Aquatint and engraved folding geological plate, 2 engraved folding maps, xxix, [2], 336; vi, 359 pages. 2 volumes. 8vo, 9x5 1/2 inches, original plain boards, rebacked in cloth with original printed spine label laid on; generally clean, plates with minor offset; armorial bookplate of Robert Muir. London, 1818

Lot: 245 - (CALIFORNIA -- SAN FRANCISCO.) Daniel Hudson Burnham. Report on a Plan for San Francisco.

(CALIFORNIA -- SAN FRANCISCO.) Daniel Hudson Burnham. Report on a Plan for San Francisco. 211, [8] pages with a profusion of photographic views, plans, architectural proposals, tables and maps (many double-page or folding). 8vo, 10 3/4x8 1/4 inches, publisher's gilt maroon cloth; minor wear but generally excellent. San Francisco: Sunset Press for the City of San Francisco, [1905]

Lot: 246 - COLTON, GEORGE WOOLWORTH; and RICHARD SWAINSON FISHER. Colton's Illustrated Cabinet Atlas and Descriptive Geography.

COLTON, GEORGE WOOLWORTH; and RICHARD SWAINSON FISHER. Colton's Illustrated Cabinet Atlas and Descriptive Geography. Engraved allegorical frontispiece, 400, [2] pages, and 47 hand-colored lithographed plates of maps, plans and tables (complete). Folio, 15x12 1/2 inches, publisher's morocco-backed gilt lettered cloth, worn but not overwhelmingly so, a few quires shaken loose; light scattered foxing and edge soiling, maps generally nice with bright original colors. New York: J.H. Colton, 1859

Lot: 247 - (CONNECTICUT.) F.W. Beers. County Atlas of Litchfield Connecticut.

(CONNECTICUT.) F.W. Beers. County Atlas of Litchfield Connecticut. Profusion of hand-colored lithographed map sheets (complete). Folio, 15 1/2x13 inches, publisher's gilt and blind stamped cloth boards, spine defective; occasional small tears, map of Litchfield township split and separated. sold as is. New York, 1871

Lot: 248 - DE LA FEUILLE, DANIEL. Atlas Portatif, ou le Theatre de la Guerre en Europe.

DE LA FEUILLE, DANIEL. Atlas Portatif, ou le Theatre de la Guerre en Europe. Contenant les Cartes Geographiques avec le Plan des villes & Forteresses les plus Exposees aux Revolutions Presentes. 113 (of 115) engraved maps and plates, plus 4 additional maps not listed in the index. Oblong 4to, 8x10 inches, contemporary vellum, soiled and sprung; large closed tears to title and second leaf, a few corners damaged; bookplate of Albert Fullarton Miller. Amsterdam, 1702

Lot: 249 - (ENGLAND.) John Cary. Cary's New Map of England and Wales, with Part of Scotland.

(ENGLAND.) John Cary. Cary's New Map of England and Wales, with Part of Scotland. Engraved title, key map, 81 numbered mapsheets (without 62 and 80 as usual, i.e. the unnumbered title and key map), 85-page index, [3]-page subscriber's list. Small folio, 12 1/2x9 1/2 inches, 20th-century half morocco, a little worn; original hand-color in outline; scattered foxing and offset. London, 1794

Lot: 250 - (FRANCE.) Composite atlas of eighteenth-century engraved mapsheets.

(FRANCE.) Composite atlas of eighteenth-century engraved mapsheets. Folio, 23x18 1/2 inches, early drab portfolio boards, stained and disbound; maps with scattered stains and edge wear. Vp, vd

Lot: 251 - (GEOGRAPHY.) L'Abbé Aloisius Edouard Camille Gaultier. A Complete Course of Geography, by Means of Instructive Games.

(GEOGRAPHY.) L'Abbé Aloisius Edouard Camille Gaultier. A Complete Course of Geography, by Means of Instructive Games. Two parts in one. Full-page engraved table of questions and 11 double-page engraved maps from various sources by William Faden (i.e. incomplete but with other supplied maps). Folio, 14 1/4x9 1/4 inches, nineteenth-century half morocco, spine gilt with geographical devices, contemporary bookseller's ticket to front pastedown; partly disbound, a few text leaves defective, maps with edge wear and light offset, blank maps fully marked up by an early student in pencil. London, 1795

Lot: 252 - (GEOGRAPHY.) Joseph Scott. A Geographical Dictionary; of the United States of North America.

(GEOGRAPHY.) Joseph Scott. A Geographical Dictionary; of the United States of North America. Engraved folding map of the United States to the Mississippi River, showing the Northwest and Southwest Territories, iv, [approximately 600] pages. 8vo, 8 1/2x5 1/4 inches, contemporary sheep with gilt morocco spine label, moderately worn but sound and attractive in a plain kind of way; map with a closed tear from gutter point, usual text browning; contemporary ink ownership inscription and commonplace manuscript bookplate. Philadelphia: Archibald Bartram for Thomas Armstrong, 1805

Lot: 253 - (GEOGRAPHY.) Fanning's Illustrated Gazetteer of the United States.

(GEOGRAPHY.) Fanning's Illustrated Gazetteer of the United States. 400 pages, including 46 full-page wood engraved state maps and city plans. 8vo, 9 1/4x6 inches, publisher's blind stamped blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine, some wear to corners and spine caps; general age browning as a result of the poor paper quality used but still a respectable copy; contemporary ink ownership inscription to front pastedown. New York: Phelps, Fanning & Co., 1853

Lot: 254 - HEYLYN, PETER. Cosmographie in Foure Books Contayning the Chorographie & Historie of the Whole World... The 2nd Edition.

HEYLYN, PETER. Cosmographie in Foure Books Contayning the Chorographie & Historie of the Whole World... The 2nd Edition. Engraved additional title and 4 engraved folding maps (Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas). Small folio, 13 1/2x9 inches, contemporary calf, spine defective, front board detached; maps with scattered stains and damages, each backed with modern stock. sold as is. London: Henry Seile, 1657

Lot: 255 - HOMANN, JOHANN BAPTIST. Neuer Atlas

HOMANN, JOHANN BAPTIST. Neuer Atlas Bestehend in Einig Curieusen Astronomischen Mappen und Vielen Auserlesenen Allerneuesten Land-Charten über die Gantze Welt. Hand-colored engraved allegorical frontispiece, title-page with engraved world map device, contents list, and 45 double-page engraved charts and maps in fine original hand-colors. Folio, 20 1/2x12 1/2 inches, moderately worn contemporary calf-backed boards; each map backed on contemporary heavy grey paper, many with partial splits at center fold and thumb soiling at lower corners. Nuremberg, 1710

Lot: 256 - (HOLY LAND.) Adrian Reland. Palaestina, ex Monumentis Veteribus Illustrata.

(HOLY LAND.) Adrian Reland. Palaestina, ex Monumentis Veteribus Illustrata. Engraved allegorical additional title, portrait frontispiece, 15 engraved maps, plates and tables (several folding). Thick 8vo, 9 1/2x7 inches, contemporary marbled boards, fairly worn and serviceably rebacked; dampstain at lower corner and moderate foxing but maps generally clean; library bookplates. Nuremberg, 1716

Lot: 257 - (JAPAN.) Ino Tadataka (after). Kokugun Zenzu (Complete Atlas of Japan.)

(JAPAN.) Ino Tadataka (after). Kokugun Zenzu (Complete Atlas of Japan.) 75 double-page color woodblock maps. 2 volumes. Small 4to format, 11X7 3/4 inches, original stitched yellow wrappers, a bit worn and without printed title labels; small points of wormtrack but plates clean with strong fresh colors. Japan, Tenpo 8 (1837)

Lot: 258 - JOHNSON, A.J.; and COLTON, J.H. Johnson's New Illustrated (Steel Plate) Family Atlas.

JOHNSON, A.J.; and COLTON, J.H. Johnson's New Illustrated (Steel Plate) Family Atlas. Engraved frontispiece, illustrated text, and a profusion of hand-colored mapsheets, mostly double-page (complete, including the New Military Map and American southwest showing "Arrizona"). Folio, 18 1/2x15 inches, publisher's morocco-backed gilt cloth, rebacked with original spine laid on; corner dampstain to first several leaves, other scattered spots throughout but generally clean, a few plates partly split at center. New York: Johnson and Ward, 1862

Lot: 259 - (KANSAS.) Louis H. Everts. The Official State Atlas of Kansas.

(KANSAS.) Louis H. Everts. The Official State Atlas of Kansas. Profusion of hand-colored lithographed maps and lithographed plates of prominent local estates, businesses, universities, public works, and livestock yards (numbered to 340, but many more), and 24 (of 25) hand-colored lithographed folding maps tipped in. Folio, 18x15 inches, publisher's gilt-blocked cloth boards, rebacked and recornered in leatherette, new endpapers; preliminary leaves with tears and repairs, some folding maps showing irregular creasing, separations, and tears, others fine, map 31/32 and facing plate with jagged tears at center. Philadelphia, 1887

Lot: 260 - (LOUISIANA TERRITORY.) Henri Joutel. Journal Historique du Dernier Voyage que feu M. de la Sale

(LOUISIANA TERRITORY.) Henri Joutel. Journal Historique du Dernier Voyage que feu M. de la Sale fit dans le Golfe de Mexique, pour Trouver l'Embouchure & le Cours de la Riviere de Missicipi, Nommee a Present la Riviere de Saint Louis, qui Traverse la Louisiane. xxxiv, 386 pages, lacking the prescribed folding map but anomalously bound with "Carte de la Louisiane" from Antoine Le Page du Pratz Histoire, 1758, bound in at page 138. 12mo, 6 1/2x4 inches, contemporary speckled calf, worn and partially split; moderate browning, "Feuillans de Paris" stamp and 19th-century ink ownership inscription to title-page. Paris: Estienne Robinot, 1713

Lot: 261 - (LOUISIANA TERRITORY.) Louis-Narcisse Baudry des Lozieres. Voyage a la Louisiane et sur le Continent de l'Amerique Septentrionale.

(LOUISIANA TERRITORY.) Louis-Narcisse Baudry des Lozieres. Voyage a la Louisiane et sur le Continent de l'Amerique Septentrionale. Engraved folding map, viii, 382 pages. 8vo, 8 1/2x5 1/2 inches, modern plain paper boards with printed spine label to style; uncut; portions of title-page excised but reinstated from another copy (at an early time), scattered edge staining; bookplate of Otto Orren Fisher. Paris: Dentu, 1802

Lot: 262 - (LOUISIANA TERRITORY.) Francois Barbe-Marbois. Histoire de la Louisiane

(LOUISIANA TERRITORY.) Francois Barbe-Marbois. Histoire de la Louisiane et de la Cession de Cette Colonie par la France aux Etats-Unis de l'Amerique Septentrionale. Hand-colored engraved folding map, [vi], 485 pages. 8vo, 8 1/4x5 1/2 inches, early 20th-century half morocco, a little rubbed; moderate foxing, front endpaper cracked at gutter. Paris: Didot, 1829

Lot: 263 - (MANUSCRIPT SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY.) H. Werner. Elemente der Geographie.

(MANUSCRIPT SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY.) H. Werner. Elemente der Geographie. 23 full-page ink, graphite, and watercolor maps of world geography interleaved with manuscript explanatory text in German. Oblong folio, 10 3/4x13 1/2 inches, original roan-backed marbled boards with manuscript title label, worn and stained; scattered damp and other stains, a few leaves defective. Germany, 1850s?

Lot: 264 - MELA, POMPONIUS; and SOLINUS, CAIUS JULIUS. Pomponii Melae de Orbis Situ Libri III. & C. Julii Solini, Polyhistor.

MELA, POMPONIUS; and SOLINUS, CAIUS JULIUS. Pomponii Melae de Orbis Situ Libri III. & C. Julii Solini, Polyhistor. 36 miniature woodcut maps of ancient geography on 32 sheets, [xxxii], 398, [2] pages, including blanks A8 and I8 and final colophon leaf with printer's device on verso. 8vo, 6 1/2x4 1/4 inches, early tooled calf, front board all but detached; several maps with small paper flaws but generally clean, ink gift inscription to front flyleaf; armorial bookplate of Hugh Cecil Earl of Lonsdale. Basel: Sebastian Henricpetri, 1595

Lot: 265 - (MEXICO.) J.R. Poinsett. Notes on Mexico, Made in the Autumn of 1822.

(MEXICO.) J.R. Poinsett. Notes on Mexico, Made in the Autumn of 1822. Engraved folding map, viii, 298, [2], 138 pages. 8vo, 8 1/2x5 1/2 inches, contemporary marbled boards, rebacked with original gilt spine label laid on; map offset and with a few closed tears, scattered foxing; Rochester Public Library perforated stamp to advertisement leaf; early bookseller's ticket of Johnston & Wallace, Kingston, Jamaica to front pastedown. London: John Miller, 1825

Lot: 266 - (MILITARY - FORTIFICATIONS.) [D. Miguel Geli]. Album of finely hand-drawn studies for nineteenth-century Spanish forts

(MILITARY - FORTIFICATIONS.) [D. Miguel Geli]. Album of finely hand-drawn studies for nineteenth-century Spanish forts and military bunkers. Allegorical frontispiece [i.e., blank title-page], and 35 pen and ink sketches with grisaille wash on "JWhatman/1830" watermarked wove paper (one double-page, one large folding). Oblong folio, 12 1/2x18 1/2 inches, contemporary gilt calf with a panel of marbleized paper effecting tree calf laid on, stained and worn but reasonably conserved; later leaves dampstained, large folding plan heavily stained and backed on modern cloth; large folding plan signed "D. Miguel Geli ten graduado to dibujo" at lower left. [Spain, circa 1830]

Lot: 267 - MITCHELL, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS. Mitchell's New General Atlas Containing Maps of the Various Countries of the World, Plans of Cities, Etc.

MITCHELL, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS. Mitchell's New General Atlas Containing Maps of the Various Countries of the World, Plans of Cities, Etc. Letterpress title-page, list of maps, profusion of hand-colored engraved mapsheets, 28 pages of reference and statistical tables (complete). Small folio, 15 1/2x12 1/2 inches, publisher's gilt-blocked morocco-backed cloth boards, worn and partly disbound; dampstain at gutter mostly concerning at the first several leaves, maps otherwise generally nice with bright colors. sold as is. Philadelphia: Mitchell, 1862

Lot: 268 - MITCHELL, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS. Mitchell's New General Atlas Containing Maps of the Various Countries of the World, Plans of Cities, Etc.

MITCHELL, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS. Mitchell's New General Atlas Containing Maps of the Various Countries of the World, Plans of Cities, Etc. Letterpress title-page, list of maps, profusion of hand-colored lithographed mapsheets, 31 pages of reference and statistical tables (complete). Small folio, 15 1/2x12 1/2 inches, publisher's gilt-blocked morocco-backed cloth boards, worn and partly disbound; moderate foxing. sold as is. Philadelphia: Mitchell, 1870

Lot: 269 - MITCHELL, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS. Mitchell's New General Atlas, Containing Maps of the Various Countries of the World, Plans of Cities, etc.

MITCHELL, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS. Mitchell's New General Atlas, Containing Maps of the Various Countries of the World, Plans of Cities, etc. Letterpress title-page, list of maps, profusion of full and double-page hand-colored engraved mapsheets, 31 pages of reference tables (ie, complete). Folio, 15 1/2x13 inches, publisher's gilt and blind stamped morocco-backed cloth boards, minimal wear; clean throughout and overall a very sharp copy. Philadelphia, 1872

Lot: 270 - (NEW JERSEY.) F.W. Beers. State Atlas of New Jersey.

(NEW JERSEY.) F.W. Beers. State Atlas of New Jersey. 118 (of 122) pages containing a profusion of hand-colored lithographed maps (lacking double-page map of Bergen and Passaic counties and full-page map of Hackensack). Folio, 15 1/2x13 inches, publisher's worn gilt-stamped half morocco, front cover detached; light dampstain affecting approximately the first quarter of contents, otherwise decent with strong colors. sold as is. New York: Beers, Comstock & Cline, 1872

Lot: 271 - (NEW YORK.) Asher & Adams. New Topographical Map of the State of New York.

(NEW YORK.) Asher & Adams. New Topographical Map of the State of New York. 14 double-page lithographed mapsheets with fine original hand-color appended by a 10-page New York City business directory. Folio, 15x12 1/2 inches, publisher's gilt-blocked brown cloth, spine very worn, upper cover detached; minor toning with a few small edge tears but overall contents are nice. New York, 1869

Lot: 272 - (NEW YORK.) Pomeroy, Whitman & Co. Atlas of Chenango County, New York.

(NEW YORK.) Pomeroy, Whitman & Co. Atlas of Chenango County, New York. Profusion of hand-colored lithographed mapsheets and lithographed views (complete). Folio, 15 1/2x12 1/2 inches, publisher's roan-backed gilt and blind stamped cloth, edgeworn with spine foot slightly injured; generally clean with bright colors, scattered damages to lower margin. Philadelphia, 1875

Lot: 273 - (NEW YORK--LONG ISLAND.) F.W. Beers. Atlas of Long Island, New York.

(NEW YORK--LONG ISLAND.) F.W. Beers. Atlas of Long Island, New York. Profusion of hand-colored lithographed mapsheets, several folding (complete). Folio, 16x13 inches, publisher's morocco backed gilt-and-blind-stamped cloth, moderate wear, front cover detached; scattered foxing, closed tears to large folding map. New York: Beers, Comstock & Cline, 1873

Lot: 274 - (NEW YORK -- WESTCHESTER COUNTY.) J.B. Beers, & Co. County Atlas of Westchester New York.

(NEW YORK -- WESTCHESTER COUNTY.) J.B. Beers, & Co. County Atlas of Westchester New York. Profusion of hand-colored lithographed mapsheets (complete). Folio, 17 1/2x15 inches, publisher's morocco-backed gilt-blocked cloth boards, worn, covers nearly detached; repairs along fold lines of large regional map, mostly clean with strong original colors. sold as is. New York, 1872

Lot: 275 - (NEW YORK CITY.) E. Robinson & R.H. Pidgeon. Robinson's Atlas of the City of New York.

(NEW YORK CITY.) E. Robinson & R.H. Pidgeon. Robinson's Atlas of the City of New York. 43 hand-colored double-page lithographed ward maps of Manhattan and the Bronx (including two-part index key, i.e. complete). Folio, 19x15 inches, publisher's morocco-backed gilt-lettered cloth boards, corners and spine fairly worn; contents clean. New York, 1885

Lot: 276 - (PENNSYLVANIA -- DAUPHIN COUNTY.) Everts & Stewart. Combination Atlas Map of Dauphin County Pennsylvania.

(PENNSYLVANIA -- DAUPHIN COUNTY.) Everts & Stewart. Combination Atlas Map of Dauphin County Pennsylvania. Profusion of hand-colored lithographed map and view sheets (complete as called for, but without the folding map of Harrisburg found in some copies). Folio, 17x14 1/2 inches, publisher's morocco-backed gilt-blocked cloth boards, spine defective and covers detached; small corner loss to first half-dozen leaves. sold as is. Philadelphia, 1875

Lot: 277 - (REFERENCE.) Eran Laor. Maps of the Holy Land. Cartobibliography of Printed Maps, 1475-1900.

(REFERENCE.) Eran Laor. Maps of the Holy Land. Cartobibliography of Printed Maps, 1475-1900. First edition of the standard reference on the subject. Oblong folio, 10x12 inches, publisher's white-stamped brown cloth with dust jacket. Minor shelf wear but generally fine. New York: Alan R. Liss, 1986

Lot: 278 - (REFERENCE.) Charles de la Ronciere. La Decouverte de l'Afrique au Moyen Age. Cartographes et Explorateurs.

(REFERENCE.) Charles de la Ronciere. La Decouverte de l'Afrique au Moyen Age. Cartographes et Explorateurs. 2 volumes. Facsimile plates of medieval portolan charts. Folio, 14 1/4x11 inches, contemporary half crushed morocco, minor wear; light toning to a few early leaves but generally very nice. Cairo: Royal Geographic Society of Egypt, 1925

Lot: 279 - (REFERENCE.) Imago Mundi. [Walter Ristow's copy].

(REFERENCE.) Imago Mundi. [Walter Ristow's copy]. Volumes 1-66, plus Supplement to 2014; light wear; several volumes are Nico Israel reprint editions; about a third of the set are signed "Walter W. Ristow" either to front cover or front pastedown. Vp, [1935]-2014

Lot: 280 - (TRAVEL.) Pierre-Marie-Francois Pagés. Voyages Autour du Monde, et Vers les Deux Poles par Terre et par Mer.

(TRAVEL.) Pierre-Marie-Francois Pagés. Voyages Autour du Monde, et Vers les Deux Poles par Terre et par Mer. 10 engraved folding plates and maps, 432; 272 pages. 2 volumes. 8vo, 8 1/2x5 1/2 inches, lightly worn nineteenth-century quarter calf over plain blue paper boards; uncut; third map with a pressure crack at platemark; an attractive set in desirable condition. Paris: Moutard, 1782

Lot: 281 - (TRAVEL.) John Barrow. A Voyage to Cochinchina in the Years 1792 and 1793.

(TRAVEL.) John Barrow. A Voyage to Cochinchina in the Years 1792 and 1793. 21 hand-colored aquatint plates and maps. 4to, 10 3/4x8 1/2 inches, contemporary speckled calf, rebacked with original spine laid down; original colors to double-page plates oxidized and offset, but generally a tidy copy; armorial bookplate of Tory politician Edward Herbert, Viscount Clive. London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies in the Strand, 1806.

Lot: 282 - (TRAVEL -- AMERICAN SOUTH.) George W. Featherstonhaugh. Excursion Through the Slave States.

(TRAVEL -- AMERICAN SOUTH.) George W. Featherstonhaugh. Excursion Through the Slave States. 2 tinted lithographed frontispiece plates, 2 pictorial additional titles, engraved folding map, xxix, 357; x, 394, 8 (advertisement) pages. 2 volumes. 8vo, 9x6 inches, original blind stamped brown cloth, rebacked with original spines laid on; in general pretty clean, map with light offset and small tear at mount point. London: John Murray, 1844

Lot: 283 - (TRAVEL -- ARCTIC.) Bernard O'Reilly, Esq. Greenland, the Adjacent Seas, and the North-West Passage to the Pacific Ocean.

(TRAVEL -- ARCTIC.) Bernard O'Reilly, Esq. Greenland, the Adjacent Seas, and the North-West Passage to the Pacific Ocean. Engraved polar map frontispiece, 2 engraved folding charts, and 18 aquatint or engraved plates. 4to, 11x8 1/2 inches, period tan calf with a simple gilt rule, rebacked preserving original gilt-labeled spine; scattered foxing (heavier to a few plates). London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1818

Lot: 284 - (TRAVEL -- BURMA / MYANMAR.) Michael Symes. An Account of an Embassy to the Kingdom of Ava,

(TRAVEL -- BURMA / MYANMAR.) Michael Symes. An Account of an Embassy to the Kingdom of Ava, Sent by the Governor-General of India, in the Year 1795. xxiii, [1], 503, [1] pages. Large 4to, 13x10 1/2 inches, contemporary gilt calf, inelegantly rebacked with original spine laid on; minor foxing. WITH: Separate atlas volume containing 26 (of 28) engraved maps and plates. Small 4to, 10 1/2x8 1/2 inches, modern quarter calf; index leaf and plates 9 and 12 supplied in simple facsimile. London, 1800

Lot: 285 - (TRAVEL -- PACIFIC.)

(TRAVEL -- PACIFIC.) The Voyage of La Perouse Round the World in the Years 1785...1788. Arranged by M.L.A. Milet Mureau. 2 volumes. 48 (of 51 engraved plates and maps). London: John Stockdale, 1798. [and:] Voyage in Search of la Perouse. Performed by Order of the Constituent Assembly, During the Years 1791...1794, and Drawn Up by M. Labillardiere. 2 volumes. 46 engraved plates and maps. London: John Stockdale, 1800. 8vo, mismatched later bindings, poorly repaired; scattered staining. sold as is. London: John Stockdale, 1798; 1800

Lot: 286 - (TRAVEL GUIDES.) T. Awoki; and J. Susuka. Illustrated Guide Book for Travellers Round the World (Bankoku Meisho Zue).

(TRAVEL GUIDES.) T. Awoki; and J. Susuka. Illustrated Guide Book for Travellers Round the World (Bankoku Meisho Zue). Set of miniature guidebooks profusely illustrated with steel engravings throughout, plus an engraved folding map of the world. 8 volumes. 12mo format, each approximately 6x4 inches, publisher's cloth-backed pictorial paper-covered boards with marbled edges, sewing and gutta percha to one volume failed and split, otherwise very nice with only minor wear; map archivally lined on verso with thin tissue and loosely fitting into original folder; the set housed in an original custom wooden shelved cabinet case with sliding front cover. Osaka: Awoki Szandow, Meiji 18-22 (1885-1889)

Lot: 287 - WYTFLIET, CORNELIS. Histoire Universelle des Indes Occidentales.

WYTFLIET, CORNELIS. Histoire Universelle des Indes Occidentales. 3 engraved architectural titles, 19 double-page engraved maps, final leaf with woodcut printer's device. Small folio, 11 3/4x8 inches, later morocco-backed marbled boards, a bit worn and cracked; text moderately browned with occasional dampstain affecting margins of only a few maps, scattered early marginalia. Douai: Francois Fabri, 1607

Lot: 288 - (AENEID.) Luigi Ademollo. Énéide Dessins Bas-Reliefs au Trait.

(AENEID.) Luigi Ademollo. Énéide Dessins Bas-Reliefs au Trait. 4 letterpress pages of condensed verse in French and 30 lithographed plates (including pictorial title) illustrating scenes from Virgil's epic tale of mythological Trojan hero Aeneas. Large oblong folio, 10 1/2x22 inches, original cloth-backed marbled boards, worn and rebacked preserving most of original spine, "Morel Poupeterie" ticket to front pastedown; staining, foxing, and foredege repairs. OCLC locates only 4 copies. Paris, circa 1830

Lot: 289 - (AMERICAN HISTORY ILLUSTRATED.) William A. Crafts. Pioneers in the Settlement of America: From Florida in 1510 to California in 1849.

(AMERICAN HISTORY ILLUSTRATED.) William A. Crafts. Pioneers in the Settlement of America: From Florida in 1510 to California in 1849. Profusion of wood engraved plates after F.O.C. Darley, William L. Shepard, Granville Perkins, and others. 2 volumes. Thick 4to, 11 1/2x8 1/2 inches, moderately worn contemporary pictorial gilt half morocco with binder's ticket of J. Beacham, New York; two leaves with old tape repairs but generally clean. Boston: Samuel Walker and Company, 1876-1877

Lot: 290 - (ARCHITECTURE / DESIGN.) William and James Pain. Pain's British Palladio: or, the Builder's General Assistant.

(ARCHITECTURE / DESIGN.) William and James Pain. Pain's British Palladio: or, the Builder's General Assistant. 42 engraved plates, 4, 16 pages and 4-page publisher's catalog at rear. Folio, 17x10 1/2 inches, worn contemporary sheep plainly rebacked in cloth by Eggeling Bindery, New York (with ticket to front pastedown); various foxing and staining. London: I. and J. Taylor, 1793

Lot: 291 - (BIRDS.) Jacob Studer; and Theodore Jasper. Studer's Popular Ornithology. The Birds of North America.

(BIRDS.) Jacob Studer; and Theodore Jasper. Studer's Popular Ornithology. The Birds of North America. 117 (of 119) tinted and color-printed lithographed plates. Folio, 14 1/2x12 inches, publisher's gilt and ruled morocco, very worn, covers detached; lacking plates XXV and LI, occasional light dampstain but generally clean and suitable to be broken. New York, and Columbus, OH, 1881

Lot: 292 - (BIRDS -- CALIFORNIA.) Martin Heinrich Karl von Lichtenstein. Beitrag zur Ornithologischen Fauna von Californien

(BIRDS -- CALIFORNIA.) Martin Heinrich Karl von Lichtenstein. Beitrag zur Ornithologischen Fauna von Californien nebst Bemerkungen über die Artkennzeichen der Pelicane und über einige Vögel von den Sandwich-Inseln. [iv], [35] pages (i.e. 417-451), and 5 hand-colored lithographed plates (two folding). 4to, 11x9 inches, modern half straight-grained morocco with gilt spine label; uncut; small tide mark to general title, otherwise very clean. Berlin: Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1840

Lot: 293 - (BOTANICAL.) David Dietrich. Forstflora Oder Abbildung und Beschreibung der Für Den Forstmann.

(BOTANICAL.) David Dietrich. Forstflora Oder Abbildung und Beschreibung der Für Den Forstmann. 287 hand-colored engraved plates (130 [1-128, including 68 and 101 bis]; 157). 2 volumes. 4to, 10x8 inches, modern marbled boards with gilt paper spine labels; foxing to the text but plates generally clean with only a few printed on toned acidic paper. Jena: August Schmidt, 1841, 1840

Lot: 294 - (BOTANICAL.) David Wooster. Alpine Plants: Figures and Descriptions of Some of the Most Striking and Beautiful Alpine Flowers.

(BOTANICAL.) David Wooster. Alpine Plants: Figures and Descriptions of Some of the Most Striking and Beautiful Alpine Flowers. [with:] ... Second Series. 108 chromolithographed plates after A.F. Lydon. 2 volumes. Publisher's gilt pictorial blue pebbled cloth, spine caps chipped and other light wear; minor foxing mostly to text and interleaves, plates generally clean; bookplates and nineteenth-century gift inscription. London: Bell and Daldy; and George Bell & Sons, 1872, 1874

Lot: 295 - (BOTANICAL.) The Highgrove Florilegium. Watercolors Depicting Plants Grown in the Garden at Highgrove.

(BOTANICAL.) The Highgrove Florilegium. Watercolors Depicting Plants Grown in the Garden at Highgrove. 124 offset color lithographs of watercolors by contemporary botanical illustrators. 2 volumes. Imperial folio, 26x19 inches, fine burgundy morocco-backed marbled paper boards, spine gilt in compartments, oval morocco title-piece with the Prince of Wales's emblematic feather badge in gilt to upper covers; each plate with printer's blindstamp and limitation in pencil at lower right, this copy number 105 of 175; condition as new. London: Addison Publications for The Prince's Charities Foundation, 2008-2009

Lot: 296 - (BOTANY / MYCOLOGY.) Johann Hegetschweiler. Die Giftpflanzen der Schweiz.

(BOTANY / MYCOLOGY.) Johann Hegetschweiler. Die Giftpflanzen der Schweiz. 38 hand-colored lithographed plates of poisonous plants and mushrooms native to Switzerland. 8vo, 8 1/4x7 inches, early 20th-century morocco-backed marbled boards with original red printed wrappers bound in, light rubbing; uncut; generally clean; Harvard University Library blindstamp to title-page, their gilt spine blazon and bookplate (duplicate copy, released). Zurich, [1828]

Lot: 297 - (BRAZIL -- PERNAMBUCO.) Francisco Henrique Carls. [Album de Pernambuco e seus Arrabaldes].

(BRAZIL -- PERNAMBUCO.) Francisco Henrique Carls. [Album de Pernambuco e seus Arrabaldes]. Without title, 53 chromolithographed plates of landscape and town views, port scenes, farms, public squares and private villas in the state of Pernambuco, northeast Brazil. Publisher's oblong red cloth portfolio with white moiré paper flaps, 14x18 inches, ruled in gilt and black with stamped corner pieces and blocked lettering, inner hinges somewhat worn but sound; plates loose as issued, 13 1/2x17 1/2 inches or slightly smaller; printer's registration pinholes; light scattered foxing, several plates with early pencil annotations, one with a short margin tear and crease. Recife: F. H. Carls, [circa 1873]

Lot: 298 - (CARICATURE). Vanity Fair. Approximately 230 chromolithographed caricature plates.

(CARICATURE). Vanity Fair. Approximately 230 chromolithographed caricature plates. 2 volumes. Folio, contemporary half morocco, first volume worn with covers detached; clipped and mounted to album leaves with pasted text clippings facing each plate; scattered foxing. London, 1872-1874; 1891-1894

Lot: 299 - (CARNEVALE.) Hjalmar Morner. Il Carnevale di Roma.

(CARNEVALE.) Hjalmar Morner. Il Carnevale di Roma. Without title, 20 etched and engraved plates of the festival, costumes, and celebrations. Oblong folio, 11 1/2x22 1/2 inches, modern calf-backed patterned paper covered boards; dampstain, scattered foxing. Rome, 1820

Lot: 300 - (COCKTAILS.) Paul Iribe; for Nicolas wine merchants. Rose et Noir.

(COCKTAILS.) Paul Iribe; for Nicolas wine merchants. Rose et Noir. 9 black and white soft-focus Art Deco plates with 8-leaf chinwagging "Dialogue Moderne en Trois Temps et Trois Cocktails" booklet by René Benjamin loosely stitched in. Thin folio, 13x10 1/4 inches, publisher's black wrappers with moderate wear; internally fine. Edition of 500. Paris, 1931

Lot: 301 - (ELGIN MARBLES.) A.H. Smith, for the British Museum. The Sculptures of the Parthenon.

(ELGIN MARBLES.) A.H. Smith, for the British Museum. The Sculptures of the Parthenon. 94 (of 95) photogravure plates (lacking plate 39), with 70-page commentary booklet in original plain printed wrappers. Folio, 22 1/4x15 inches, loose plates and text volume kept in original gilt-blocked cloth portfolio; wear and repairs to folio flaps, plates clean. London, 1910

Lot: 302 - (FABLES.) Jacob Cats. Alle de Wercken, Zoo Oude als Nieuwe, van de Heer Jacob Cats.

(FABLES.) Jacob Cats. Alle de Wercken, Zoo Oude als Nieuwe, van de Heer Jacob Cats. Several works in one. Engraved portrait frontispiece, nearly 400 text engravings (a few full-page, i.e., additional titles). Thick 4to, 10x8 inches, contemporary vellum, chipped and repaired; occasional dampstain. Amsterdam: J.J.. Schipper, 1665

Lot: 303 - (FABLES.) Jean de La Fontaine. Fables de la Fontaine, Edition Taille-Douce.

(FABLES.) Jean de La Fontaine. Fables de la Fontaine, Edition Taille-Douce. Two title-pages, dedications, portrait of Fontaine, epilogues, indices, and 247 illustrated leaves, entirely engraved. 2 volumes. 13 1/2x10 inches, contemporary calf-backed marbled paper boards with gilt paper spine labels, some wear; moderate foxing and soiling. Paris: Lecointe, Pougin, Gouget, 1834

Lot: 304 - (FASHION.) Large group of illustrated Parisian fashion periodicals.

(FASHION.) Large group of illustrated Parisian fashion periodicals. Generally good condition. Paris, vd

Lot: 305 - (FASHION -- HAIRSTYLES.) Recueil de Coeffures Depuis 1589, Jusqu'en 1778.

(FASHION -- HAIRSTYLES.) Recueil de Coeffures Depuis 1589, Jusqu'en 1778. Avec des Vers Analogues a Chaque Costume; Collection Fort Desiree des Dames, et la Plus Complete qui ait Encore Paru en ce Genre; Suivi du Secretaire a la Mode a l'Usage du Beau Sexe. Engraved frontispiece and 31 (of 40?) engraved plates in original hand-color; 12mo, 4x2 3/4 inches, contemporary gilt red sheep with calf spine label, a bit worn and shaken; scattered dampstain and other signs of age, gutter repaired with tape at a few places. Paris: Desnos, circa 1779

Lot: 306 - (GAMES -- AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS.) E. Chevalier. Le Tour du Monde en Quatre-Vingts Jours.

(GAMES -- AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS.) E. Chevalier. Le Tour du Monde en Quatre-Vingts Jours. 5 (of 6) chromolithographed cartoons mounted to thin wood and dissected into jigsaw pieces each with an uncut key sheet and a 7-page explanation booklet, all reserved in original hinged wooden box with chromolithographed pictorial top. 10x14x2 3/4 inches overall; generally very good. Paris, 1928

Lot: 307 - (INSECTS.) Thomas Say. American Entomology, or Descriptions of the Insects of North America.

(INSECTS.) Thomas Say. American Entomology, or Descriptions of the Insects of North America. Volumes 1 and 2 only. Engraved frontispiece, 36 hand-colored engraved plates. 8vo, 10x6 1/2 inches, original pink boards with printed paper cover label, unsympathetically rebound in green cloth; uncut; light foxing and offset, new tissue interleaves tipped to each plate. Philadelphia: Samuel Augustus Mitchell, 1824-25

Lot: 308 - (INVESTMENT SCHEMES.) Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid,

(INVESTMENT SCHEMES.) Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid, Vertoonende de Opkomst, Voortgang en Ondergang der Actie, Bubbel en Windnegotie, in Vrankryk, Engeland, en de Nederlanden, Gepleegt in den Jaare MDCCXX. 71 engraved plates, most double-page or folding. Folio, 16x10 inches, contemporary mottled calf with gilt rules and central lozenge, boards detached, i.e. in need of binding; light edge wear and small tears, a few engravings clipped and laid down as issued. [Amsterdam, 1720]

Lot: 309 - (JAPAN -- CONCHOLOGY.) Hirase Yoichiro. Kai Senshu (The Illustrations of a Thousand Shells).

(JAPAN -- CONCHOLOGY.) Hirase Yoichiro. Kai Senshu (The Illustrations of a Thousand Shells). 400 indexed color-printed woodblock illustrations of shell and coral specimens on 80 double-page plates. 4 volumes. 8vo, 9 3/4x7 inches, leporello format in original silk boards with printed paper cover labels, minor wear; light offsetting. Kyoto, 1914-1922

Lot: 310 - (JAPAN -- EROTICA.) Group of four turn of the twentieth century manuscript shunga.

(JAPAN -- EROTICA.) Group of four turn of the twentieth century manuscript shunga. Japan, vd

Lot: 311 - (JAPAN -- HUNTING.) Illustrated manuscript album of falconry, trapping, and butchering techniques.

(JAPAN -- HUNTING.) Illustrated manuscript album of falconry, trapping, and butchering techniques. 70 leaves with over 25 full-page ink and wash drawings. 8vo format, 10 1/2x7 3/4 inches, original paper wrappers with newer cord stitching; moderate to heavy worm track. Japan, circa 1800

Lot: 312 - (JAPAN -- PERRY.) Manuscript reports concerning Commodore Perry and international trade.

(JAPAN -- PERRY.) Manuscript reports concerning Commodore Perry and international trade. 2 volumes. 8vo format, 10x6 1/4 inches, cord-stitched sheets; nicely preserved. Japan, Kaei 6-7 (1853-54)

Lot: 313 - (JAPAN -- WORLD WAR II PROPAGANDA.) Daitowa Senso Kaigun Bijutsu.

(JAPAN -- WORLD WAR II PROPAGANDA.) Daitowa Senso Kaigun Bijutsu. 35 mounted offset color plates with captioned tissue overlays. Oblong folio format, 12x16 1/2 inches, original tied blue cloth portfolio with printed paper label on upper cover, light wear; mount cards with minor edge foxing but plates themselves bright and clean. Japan, Showa 18 (1943)

Lot: 314 - (JUVENILE.) Group of 18 early nineteenth-century English battledore primers.

(JUVENILE.) Group of 18 early nineteenth-century English battledore primers. Variously colored stiff cards, each folding into three recto/verso letterpress and woodcut-printed panels of illustrated alphabet lessons, literacy aids, and moralistic verse; 12mo format when closed; generally fine condition all around. Vp, England, circa 1820s-40s

Lot: 315 - (KALOLOGY.) Mary Anne Schimmelpennick. Theory on the Classification of Beauty and Deformity,

(KALOLOGY.) Mary Anne Schimmelpennick. Theory on the Classification of Beauty and Deformity, and Their Correspondence with Physiognomonic Expression Exemplified in Works of Art, and Natural Objects. 38 lithographed plates with original wash color (lacking 2 folding charts). 4to, 11x8 1/2 inches, original cloth, faded, worn, rebacked preserving the spine; offsetting, a few plates shaved with minimal loss to lower lettering. London: John and Arthur Arch, 1815

Lot: 316 - (NAPOLEON.) Charles Percier; and P.F.L. Fontaine. Description des Cérémonies et des Fêtes

(NAPOLEON.) Charles Percier; and P.F.L. Fontaine. Description des Cérémonies et des Fêtes qui ont eu lieu pour le Couronnement de Leurs Majestés Napoléon avec S. A. I. Madame l'Archiduchesse Marie-Louise d'Autriche. 13 engraved plates. Large folio, 24 1/4x17 inches, contemporary cloth-backed red papered boards with a gilt stenciled Napoleonic monogram to upper cover, edges a little clumsily repaired, modern silk ties, "Tessier" binder's ticket to front pastedown, some damage to front endpaper, heavy foxing. Paris, 1810

Lot: 317 - (NATIVE AMERICANS.) George Catlin. O-Kee-Pa: A Religious Ceremony; and other Customs of the Mandans.

(NATIVE AMERICANS.) George Catlin. O-Kee-Pa: A Religious Ceremony; and other Customs of the Mandans. vii, 52 pages, and 13 chromolithograph plates. 8vo, 10 1/4x7 inches, original gilt purple cloth, soiled and faded but sound; foxing, a little musty. First American edition. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1867

Lot: 318 - (NATURAL HISTORY.) Frederick William Beechey, et al. The Zoology of Captain Beechey's Voyage;

(NATURAL HISTORY.) Frederick William Beechey, et al. The Zoology of Captain Beechey's Voyage; Compiled from the Collections and Notes Made by Captain Beechey, the Officers and Naturalist of the Expedition, During a Voyage to the Pacific and Behring's Straits Performed in His Majesty's Ship Blossom... in the Years 1825, 26, 27, and 28. xii, 180 pages (additionally 9*-13*), half-title, 44 beautifully hand-colored engraved plates of mammals, birds, fishes, crustaceans, reptiles and mollusks, 1 uncolored engraved plate (XLV, inserted?), and 3 hand-colored engraved geological plans and elevations. 4to, 11 1/2x9 inches, publisher's plain green cloth with printed spine label, contents shaken with several quires and plates loose, covers detached; minimal foxing but plates generally clean; worthy of binding repair. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1839

Lot: 319 - (NATURAL HISTORY.) Louis-Isidore Duperrey, et al. Zoologie. [Voyage Autour du Monde,

(NATURAL HISTORY.) Louis-Isidore Duperrey, et al. Zoologie. [Voyage Autour du Monde, Exécuté par Ordre du Roi, sur la Corvette de Sa Majesté, la Coquille, Pendant les Années 1822, 1823, 1824 et 1825.] Zoology atlas part II only. Half-title/index leaf clipped and marked with modern pen, 61 hand-colored engraved plates of reptiles, fish, shelled mollusks and marine invertebrates. Folio, 19 1/2x12 1/2 inches; library buckram disbound; moderate foxing and toning, a few short tears, corner of each plate with pale ink stamp "Scripps Institution for Biological Research". Paris, 1826-1830

Lot: 320 - (NATURAL HISTORY.) Charles Catton, Junior. Thirty-Six Animals, Drawn from Nature, and Engraved in Aqua-Tinta.

(NATURAL HISTORY.) Charles Catton, Junior. Thirty-Six Animals, Drawn from Nature, and Engraved in Aqua-Tinta. 34 (of 36) aquatint plates of mammalian subjects including lions, tigers, and bears. Folio, 16 1/4x10 inches, original worn marbled boards with red roan spine rebacked; foxing and stains, scattered repairs to text leaves. London and New-Haven, 1825

Lot: 321 - (ORCHIDS.) Alfred Cogniaux; and Alphonse Goossens. Dictionnaire Iconographique des Orchidées.

(ORCHIDS.) Alfred Cogniaux; and Alphonse Goossens. Dictionnaire Iconographique des Orchidées. Approximately 740 (of 826) fine small-scale chromolithographed plates, loose as issued in 15 modern 8vo format portfolio cases and one worn original case; several leaves of supplemental text and various original parts wrappers presently included; moderate foxing, toning, and edge wear. Brussels, 1896-1907

Lot: 322 - (ROME.) Marco Sadeler; Giovanni Battista Falda; and others. [Composite atlas comprising five seventeenth-century engraved series of

(ROME.) Marco Sadeler; Giovanni Battista Falda; and others. [Composite atlas comprising five seventeenth-century engraved series of Roman architecture]. Oblong folio, 9 1/2x15 inches, contemporary mottled calf with gilt morocco title pieces to upper and lower covers, some rubbing but overall sound and attractive; scattered stains and foxing; bookplate of G.S. Cusin. Rome, latter half seventeenth century

Lot: 323 - (ROSES.) Paul Hariot. Le Livre d'Or des Roses, Iconographie Histoire et Culture de la Rose.

(ROSES.) Paul Hariot. Le Livre d'Or des Roses, Iconographie Histoire et Culture de la Rose. [iv], 130, [5] pages profusely illustrated with wood engravings and 60 lovely chromolithographed plates of rose varieties on textured paper, each a with captioned interleaf. 4 volumes. Lightly worn original 4to-format green cloth-backed printed livraison portfolios with cloth ties; text unopened; modest age toning but no major damages, most plates with title written to verso in period(?) ink. Paris: Lucien Laveur, [1903]

Lot: 324 - (SCRAPBOOK.) Album of mounted engravings and title-pages [compiled by] early nineteenth-century Philadelphia printer and bookseller,

(SCRAPBOOK.) Album of mounted engravings and title-pages [compiled by] early nineteenth-century Philadelphia printer and bookseller, James P. Parke. Approximately 170 engraved, stipple, and aquatint plates clipped and mounted to leaves of "T Gilpin & Co/1810" watermarked laid paper. Thick 8vo, 9 1/2x6 1/4 inches, contemporary morocco-backed marbled boards, spine worn and with some loss; scattered soiling and corner stains from tipping adhesive. James P. Parke, Philadelphia bookplate to front pastedown. Vp, assembled circa 1810-1820

Lot: 325 - SEM (Georges Goursat.) Group of 70 folio lithograph and pochoir caricature plates (12 double-page).

SEM (Georges Goursat.) Group of 70 folio lithograph and pochoir caricature plates (12 double-page). With three printed portfolio covers, no spines; scattered dampstain and edge wear, pencil annotations. Paris, circa 1900-1910s

Lot: 326 - (SHAKESPEARE.) One Hundred Plates, Illustrative of the Principal Scenes in Shakespeare's Plays.

(SHAKESPEARE.) One Hundred Plates, Illustrative of the Principal Scenes in Shakespeare's Plays. Stipple and engraved portrait of Shakespeare, and 100 hand-colored stipple and engraved plates on heavy grey stock. 4to, 11 1/2x9 1/4 inches; later half blue morocco by Zaehnsdorf, top edge gilt otherwise uncut, light wear and rubbing; clean with no tears or repairs. 4 copies in OCLC, not seen at auction since 1910. London: H.R. Young, 1819

Lot: 327 - (TRADE CATALOGS -- ANNÉES FOLLES.) Lancel. Guide des Cadeaux.

(TRADE CATALOGS -- ANNÉES FOLLES.) Lancel. Guide des Cadeaux. Parisian gift catalog offering a wide assortment of luxury items from handbags and jewelry to table settings and smoking accessories; amusingly illustrated throughout by Zyg Brunner and others. 8vo format, 9 1/2x6 1/2 inches, publisher's embossed silver-printed paper wrappers, minimal wear and staining; small abrasion to lettering of one section tab, else very good. Paris, circa 1927

Lot: 328 - (ALLEGORY OF SENSES.) Georg Balthasar Probst. Le Sentiment (Touch); L'Ouie (Hearing); Le Gout (Taste).

(ALLEGORY OF SENSES.) Georg Balthasar Probst. Le Sentiment (Touch); L'Ouie (Hearing); Le Gout (Taste). Together three (of five) hand-colored engraved vue d'optique plates showing people and animals experiencing various sensory stimulation within grand 18th-century European interiors. 13 1/2x18 inches each sheet size, wide margins; original hand-color; small stains and minor edge wear. Augsburg, circa 1780

Lot: 329 - (AMERICAN WATERFALLS.) Captain Thomas Davies, after. Group of 5 engraved topographical scenes of North American waterfalls.

(AMERICAN WATERFALLS.) Captain Thomas Davies, after. Group of 5 engraved topographical scenes of North American waterfalls. Heavy laid paper, approximately 17x23 inches each sheet size, wide margins with mostly untrimmed deckle edges; small archival repairs, a few extending into images. London, 1768

Lot: 330 - (ANATOMY.) Cornelius Huyberts, engraver. Engraved diorama of pediatric skeletons and embalmed body parts.

(ANATOMY.) Cornelius Huyberts, engraver. Engraved diorama of pediatric skeletons and embalmed body parts. Folding frontispiece to Frederik Ruysch's Thesaurus Anatomicus.15 3/4x14 inches sheet size, wide margins (left edge partially trimmed for binding); original folds, small closed tear at mount point else quite fine. Amsterdam, 1701

Lot: 331 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. American Golden Crested-Wren. Plate CLXXXIII. [Variant 3].

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. American Golden Crested-Wren. Plate CLXXXIII. [Variant 3]. Hand-colored aquatint and engraved plate from Audubon's Birds of America, on wove paper watermarked: "J Whatman/1836". 38x25 1/2 inches sheet size, binding edge at left; faint toning and edge stain. Provenance: City of New York (acquired 1850, the final set sold by Audubon, a year before his death; Sotheby's October 18-19, 1985). London: Robert Havell, [1836]

Lot: 332 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. American Redstart. Plate XL. [Variant 2].

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. American Redstart. Plate XL. [Variant 2]. Hand-colored aquatint and engraved plate from Audubon's Birds of America, on wove paper watermarked: "J Whatman/1838". 38x25 1/2 inches sheet size, binding edge at left; faint offset and edge staining. Provenance: City of New York (acquired 1850, the final set sold by Audubon, a year before his death; Sotheby's October 18-19, 1985). London: Robert Havell, [1828] but 1838

Lot: 333 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Black & Yellow Warbler / Flowering Rasp-Berry. Plate CXXIII.

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Black & Yellow Warbler / Flowering Rasp-Berry. Plate CXXIII. Hand-colored aquatint and engraved plate from Audubon's Birds of America, on wove paper watermarked: "J Whatman/1834". 32x25 1/4 inches sheet size, a little trimmed; faint mat line and touches of foxing. London: Robert Havell, [1834]

Lot: 334 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Black Backed Gull. Plate CCXLI.

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Black Backed Gull. Plate CCXLI. Hand-colored aquatint and engraved plate from Audubon's Birds of America, on wove paper watermarked: "J Whatman/Turkey Mill/1834". 37x25 inches sheet size; small edge nicks and closures. London: Robert Havell, 1835

Lot: 335 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Carolina Parrot. Plate 26.

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Carolina Parrot. Plate 26. Hand-colored aquatint and engraved plate from Audubon's Birds of America, on wove paper watermarked: "J Whatman/1830." 38x25 inches sheet size, full margins with a strong platemark; an excellent example with ideal cream paper patina, no tears or other faults. London: Robert Havell, 1828

Lot: 336 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Ruby Crowned Wren. Plate CXCV.

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Ruby Crowned Wren. Plate CXCV. Hand-colored aquatint and engraved plate from Audubon's Birds of America, on wove paper watermarked: "J Whatman/1836". 38x25 1/2 inches sheet size, binding edge at left; foxing and edge stain. Provenance: City of New York (acquired 1850, the final set sold by Audubon, a year before his death; Sotheby's October 18-19, 1985). London: Robert Havell, 1834

Lot: 337 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Yellow Bellied Woodpecker. Plate CXC.

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Yellow Bellied Woodpecker. Plate CXC. Hand-colored aquatint and engraved plate from Audubon's Birds of America, on wove paper watermarked: "J Whatman/1836". 38x25 1/2 inches sheet size, binding edge at left; foxing and edge stain. Provenance: City of New York (acquired 1850, the final set sold by Audubon, a year before his death; Sotheby's October 18-19, 1985). London: Robert Havell, 1834

Lot: 338 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Fish Hawk or Osprey. [Plate 288].

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Fish Hawk or Osprey. [Plate 288]. Chromolithographed plate from the Bien edition of Audubon's Birds of America. 39 1/2x26 1/2 inches sheet size; general age tone and scattered foxing, dampstain at lower edge, small closed tears; without plate number and lower right imprint (i.e., not trimmed but never printed). [New York: Julius Bien, 1860]

Lot: 339 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Great White Heron. Plate 368.

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Great White Heron. Plate 368. Chromolithographed plate from the Bien edition of Audubon's Birds of America. 26 3/4x39 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins with binding edge at top; minor age tone, overall a nice example. New York: Julius Bien, 1860

Lot: 340 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Iceland or Jer Falcon. Plate 19.

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Iceland or Jer Falcon. Plate 19. Chromolithographed plate from the Bien edition of Audubon's Birds of America. 39 1/2x26 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins with binding edge at left; minor age tone, small repairs at upper and lower left corners. New York: Julius Bien, 1860

Lot: 341 - AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Red-Tailed Hawk. Plate 7.

AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES. Red-Tailed Hawk. Plate 7. Chromolithographed plate from the Bien edition of Audubon's Birds of America. 39 1/2x26 1/2 inches sheet size; faint mat line and general toning, a few short edge closures. New York: Julius Bien, 1860

Lot: 342 - BESLER, BASILIUS. Sedum Vulgare, Pisum Magnum Peregrinum, etc. [and] Noli Me Tangere, etc.

BESLER, BASILIUS. Sedum Vulgare, Pisum Magnum Peregrinum, etc. [and] Noli Me Tangere, etc. Together two hand-colored engravings from Besler's Hortus Eystettensis. Folio sheets of unwatermarked laid paper, Latin text on verso; Sedum plate a little trimmed and with desiccated tape residue to verso edges. [Eichstatt, 1613]

Lot: 343 - (BIRDS.) John Gould. Group of 3 hand-colored lithographs of hummingbirds

(BIRDS.) John Gould. Group of 3 hand-colored lithographs of hummingbirds from Monograph of the Trochilidae. Approximately 21x14 1/2 inches each sheet size; touches of gum arabic, one with glazed metallic pigment; mat stain to third plate, others clean; each with separate leaf of descriptive letterpress text. [London: second half 19th century]

Lot: 344 - (BIRDS.) Édouard Travies. Group of 6 hand-colored lithographed plates,

(BIRDS.) Édouard Travies. Group of 6 hand-colored lithographed plates, from Les Oiseaux les Plus Remarquables. Folio sheets; various foxing and toning. Paris and London, 1857

Lot: 345 - BINGHAM, GEORGE CALEB, after. [Stump Speaking].

BINGHAM, GEORGE CALEB, after. [Stump Speaking]. Reduced format (photogravure?) print of Bingham's larger original. 13x17 1/4 inches sheet size, narrow margins; light age toning with a few scattered surface nicks. New Bedford, MA: C. Taber & Co., circa 1880s-90s

Lot: 346 - (BOTANICAL.) Louis-Marin Bonnet. [Bouquet de Fleurs Variées dans un Verre].

(BOTANICAL.) Louis-Marin Bonnet. [Bouquet de Fleurs Variées dans un Verre]. Color-printed pastel-manner and stipple engraved bouquet of roses, carnations, and columbine in a glass vase. Watermarked laid paper, 15 1/2x10 1/2 inches sheet size; a fine example with wide margins. Paris, circa 1780

Lot: 347 - (BOTANICAL.) Richard Earlom; after Jan van Huysum. A Flower Piece. [and] A Fruit Piece.

(BOTANICAL.) Richard Earlom; after Jan van Huysum. A Flower Piece. [and] A Fruit Piece. Together a fine pair of hand-colored Dutch still-life mezzotints. 22 1/2x17 inches each sheet size, margins amply wide beyond the platemark; faint mat stains, small mostly marginal closures. London: John Boydell, 1778 and 1781

Lot: 348 - (BRITANNIA.) Charles Wilkin; after Henri Pierre Danloux. To the Brave Defenders of Great Britain; This Plate is Dedicated.

(BRITANNIA.) Charles Wilkin; after Henri Pierre Danloux. To the Brave Defenders of Great Britain; This Plate is Dedicated. Large allegorical mezzotint and engraved plate celebrating contemporary British naval commanders and their victories. Laid paper, 26 1/2x19 1/2 inches sheet size, ample margins; minor surface soiling and small edge closures; "DL" monogram (i.e. Danloux) stamped in red at lower right. Appears rare, no copies in OCLC, however an example is held at the British Museum. London, 1801

Lot: 349 - (CALIFORNIA -- GOLD RUSH.) Charles Kuchel; and Peter S. Duval. San Francisco, 1850.

(CALIFORNIA -- GOLD RUSH.) Charles Kuchel; and Peter S. Duval. San Francisco, 1850. Color-tinted lithographed view of San Francisco. 13x14 inches sheet size, wide margins; large closed tear at right, original folds. New York: Theodore T. Johnson, 1850

Lot: 350 - (CARICATURE.) Isaac Cruikshank; after George Moutard Woodward. A Long String of Resolutions for a New Year.

(CARICATURE.) Isaac Cruikshank; after George Moutard Woodward. A Long String of Resolutions for a New Year. Etched panorama of 16 common figures captioned with their determination of personal change. 4 sheets of watermarked laid paper unjoined, 12 1/4x20 1/2 inches each sheet size, quarter-inch margins from the platemark; edge repairs and minor soiling, small hole at lower title, mount residue to verso. London: S.W. Fores, 1792

Lot: 351 - CATESBY, MARK. The Turkey Buzzard. Plate 6.

CATESBY, MARK. The Turkey Buzzard. Plate 6. Hand-colored engraved plate from Catesby's Natural History of Carolina… on wove paper; 14 1/4x21 inches sheet size, binding edge at top; age toning, flattened crease at upper right. London, 1771 or after

Lot: 352 - CATESBY, MARK. Rana Aquatica/Sarracena [Water Frog/Pitcher Plant]. Plate 70.

CATESBY, MARK. Rana Aquatica/Sarracena [Water Frog/Pitcher Plant]. Plate 70. Hand-colored engraved plate from Catesby's Natural History of Carolina… on Strasbourg Lily watermarked laid paper; 20x13 3/4 inches sheet size, binding edge at left; pale mat stain, otherwise fine. London, 1731

Lot: 353 - CATESBY, MARK. Sciurus/Cornus [Ground Squirrel (Chipmunk)/Wild Nutmeg]. Plate 75.

CATESBY, MARK. Sciurus/Cornus [Ground Squirrel (Chipmunk)/Wild Nutmeg]. Plate 75. Hand-colored engraved plate from Catesby's Natural History of Carolina… on "IHS Ivilledary" watermarked laid paper; 17 1/2x14 inches sheet size, binding edge at right; strong oxidized original colors. London, 1754

Lot: 354 - CATESBY, MARK. The Purple Martin/Smilax [Greenbriar]. Plate 51.

CATESBY, MARK. The Purple Martin/Smilax [Greenbriar]. Plate 51. Hand-colored engraved plate from Catesby's Natural History of Carolina… on "IV" countermarked laid paper; 14 1/4x19 1/4 inches sheet size, binding edge at bottom; a few light spots of foxing, minor repair at lower right corner; with original descriptive text leaf (Strasbourg Lily watermark). London, 1731

Lot: 355 - CATESBY, MARK. The Red Wing'd Starling/The Broad Leaved Candle-Berry Myrtle. Plate 13.

CATESBY, MARK. The Red Wing'd Starling/The Broad Leaved Candle-Berry Myrtle. Plate 13. Hand-colored engraved plate from Catesby's Natural History of Carolina… on Strasbourg Lily watermarked laid paper; 12 3/4x18 inches sheet size; clean with strong original colors; with original descriptive text leaf. London, 1731

Lot: 356 - CATESBY, MARK. The Rice-bird/Rice. Plate 14.

CATESBY, MARK. The Rice-bird/Rice. Plate 14. Hand-colored engraved plate from Catesby's Natural History of Carolina… on Strasbourg Lily watermarked laid paper; 13x17 1/2 inches sheet size; one spot of foxing else clean with strong original colors. London, 1731

Lot: 357 - CATESBY, MARK. The Swallow Tail'd Hawk. Plate 4.

CATESBY, MARK. The Swallow Tail'd Hawk. Plate 4. Hand-colored engraved plate from Catesby's Natural History of Carolina… on "IHS Ivilledary" watermarked laid paper; 19 1/2x14 inches sheet size, wide margins with binding edge at left; light foxing and mat toning; with original descriptive text leaf. London, 1754

Lot: 358 - (CHARLES II -- EL HECHIZADO.) Pierre Brissart. [Ceremonie du Mariage de Charles II Roy d'Espagne avec Marie Louise d'Orleans].

(CHARLES II -- EL HECHIZADO.) Pierre Brissart. [Ceremonie du Mariage de Charles II Roy d'Espagne avec Marie Louise d'Orleans]. Elaborate etched scene of the marriage ceremony of Charles II and Marie Louise in the chapel at Fontainebleau. 14 3/4x21 1/2 inches sheet size, ample margins; light surface soiling, Russian ink stamp to verso. Proof state, before the engraved title at upper margin, engraved legend below and numbered keys throughout. [Paris, 1679]

Lot: 359 - (CIVIL WAR.) J[ames] Queen. Citizens Volunteer Hospital, Corner of Broad St. & Washington Avenue, Philadelphia.

(CIVIL WAR.) J[ames] Queen. Citizens Volunteer Hospital, Corner of Broad St. & Washington Avenue, Philadelphia. Color-printed lithograph showing an exterior view and 10 interior vignettes of the Union military hospital neatly arranged within printed ornamental borders and draping American flags. 16 1/4x21 3/4 inches sheet size; moderately age-toned, small dampstain at lower margin; nicely presented in a contemporary gilt-fillet wooden frame with bubbled glass. OCLC locates 3 examples. Philadelphia: P.S. Duval, circa 1862

Lot: 360 - (CUBA.) Charles DeWolf Brownell. Two charcoal sketches heightened in white chalk: San Juan [and] Valley of Guamacaro.

(CUBA.) Charles DeWolf Brownell. Two charcoal sketches heightened in white chalk: San Juan [and] Valley of Guamacaro. Each monogrammed in the lower right image; 11 3/4x18 1/2 inches sheet size, 12 1/4x19 inches sheet size, respectively; toning and mat burn, mount residue on versos. [Cuba, circa 1850s]

Lot: 361 - CURRIER, NATHANIEL; after J. F.[sic] Butterworth [sic]. Clipper Ship "Great Republic".

CURRIER, NATHANIEL; after J. F.[sic] Butterworth [sic]. Clipper Ship "Great Republic". Large folio hand-colored multi-stone lithograph after a painting by James E. Buttersworth celebrating the ship's launch in 1853. 20 1/2x25 3/4 inches sheet size; registration pinholes; competently conserved. New York, 1853

Lot: 362 - CURRIER, NATHANIEL; after Fanny Palmer. American Winter Scenes. Evening.

CURRIER, NATHANIEL; after Fanny Palmer. American Winter Scenes. Evening. Large folio hand-colored multi-stone lithograph of guests arriving by horse-drawn sleighs to a social ball at the grand country hotel. 18 3/4x25 inches sheet size, ample margins; touches of gum arabic; registration pinholes; general age toning but still nice with an antique feel. New Best 50, Large Folio, No. 19. New York, 1854

Lot: 363 - CURRIER & IVES; after Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait. American Speckled Brook Trout.

CURRIER & IVES; after Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait. American Speckled Brook Trout. Large folio chromolithograph of a fine catch and angling gear with touches of hand-color and gum arabic. 20x24 inches sheet size; mat stain, several repairs. New York, 1864

Lot: 364 - CURRIER & IVES; after [F.F. Palmer], but J.E. Buttersworth. Cutter Yacht "Maria"

CURRIER & IVES; after [F.F. Palmer], but J.E. Buttersworth. Cutter Yacht "Maria" Modelled by R.L. Stevens Esq. Owned by the Messrs Stevens of New York. Large folio hand-colored multi-stone lithograph after a painting by James E. Buttersworth depicting the Cup yachts Maria and America racing in a heat. 21 1/2x26 inches sheet size; light dampstain at lower edge, small repairs at upper corners, a bit faded. New York, 1852

Lot: 365 - CURRIER & IVES; after George Inness. View on the Delaware. "Water Gap" in the Distance.

CURRIER & IVES; after George Inness. View on the Delaware. "Water Gap" in the Distance. Large folio hand-colored lithograph of bucolic farmland and a steaming locomotive along the Delaware River. 17 1/2x24 inches sheet size, ample margins; fine original color with touches of gum arabic; moderately toned and foxed. Modeled on the Inness oil painting in the Montclair Art Museum collection. New York, 1860

Lot: 366 - CURRIER & IVES. Noah's Ark.

CURRIER & IVES. Noah's Ark. Small folio hand-colored lithograph of animals herded two by two onto the Biblical ark. 13 1/2x17 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; neatly repaired tear at image right. New York, circa 1875

Lot: 367 - CURRIER & IVES. Grand National Democratic Banner. Peace! Union! and Victory!

CURRIER & IVES. Grand National Democratic Banner. Peace! Union! and Victory! Hand-colored lithographed campaign jugate promoting 1864 Democratic candidate George B. McClellan and his running-mate George H. Pendleton, adorned with vignettes of liberty, patriotism, booming industry and agriculture. 14x9 1/4 inches sheet size, narrow margins; archivally lined on verso stabilizing several repaired tears. New York, 1864

Lot: 368 - (FASHION.) Georges Lepape. [Suite of 12 pochoir plates finished by hand].

(FASHION.) Georges Lepape. [Suite of 12 pochoir plates finished by hand]. Without printed captions or plate numbers: (Proof?) set of the 12 plates illustrating Modes et Manières d'Aujourd'hui 1914-1919. 11x7 1/4 inches each sheet size; generally nice. [Paris, 1921]

Lot: 369 - (FASHION.) Gazette du Bon Ton. 6 double-page pochoir plates from the magazine.

(FASHION.) Gazette du Bon Ton. 6 double-page pochoir plates from the magazine. Images by Barbier, Lepape, Marty (2), and Brissaud (2). Each plate attractively presented in a custom double-mat. Paris, early 20th century

Lot: 370 - (FASHION.) Large cluster of disbound illustrated French periodical text and approximately 75 pochoir plates,

(FASHION.) Large cluster of disbound illustrated French periodical text and approximately 75 pochoir plates, mostly from Gazette du Bon Ton and Journal des Dames et des Modes. Paris, early 20th century

Lot: 371 - (GAMES.) McLoughlin Brothers. Chiromagica.

(GAMES.) McLoughlin Brothers. Chiromagica. Enchanted trivia game comprised of interchangeable chromolithographed panels and dials magnetically interacting with a manicule spinner within a glass-paned slide-top wooden box. 11 3/4x11 3/4x2 inches overall; mounted directions card partly defective, hand-pointer detached from mount but able to be maneuvered into working position with a slight jostle. New York, 1870s

Lot: 372 - (GOOD BEHAVIOR.) Group of 20 mid-nineteenth-century American schoolchildren's "Reward of Merit" certificate cards.

(GOOD BEHAVIOR.) Group of 20 mid-nineteenth-century American schoolchildren's "Reward of Merit" certificate cards. Engraved or otherwise-printed designs inscribed in ink from teacher to student (a few blank, several with hand-coloring). Various sizes, 3 1/4x5 1/4 inches or smaller; scattered stains and wear. Boston, Providence, and other New England locations, circa 1840s

Lot: 373 - (HAGIOGRAPHY.) Franz Kellerhoven. Group of 50 fine chromolithographed plates of saints.

(HAGIOGRAPHY.) Franz Kellerhoven. Group of 50 fine chromolithographed plates of saints. 8vo format loose in modern binder, approximately 10 3/4x7 1/2 inches each sheet size; many with gold printing; general age tone, one plate trimmed and damaged, other smaller margin flaws but images nice. Paris, circa 1866

Lot: 374 - HOGARTH, WILLIAM. Beer Street. [and] Gin Lane.

HOGARTH, WILLIAM. Beer Street. [and] Gin Lane. Together, two etched and engraved plates satirically contrasting the situation of consumers of the two alcohols. Heavy laid paper, 24x19 1/2 inches each sheet size, wide margins with deckle edges at left, right, and bottom; faint mat tone. Paulson 185 and 186, third states. London, 1751

Lot: 375 - (HUDSON RIVER PORTFOLIO.) John Hill; after William Guy Wall. Group of 5 hand-colored aquatint and engraved plates.

(HUDSON RIVER PORTFOLIO.) John Hill; after William Guy Wall. Group of 5 hand-colored aquatint and engraved plates. Folio sheets; various stains and repairs. New York: Henry I. Megarey, 1821-1825

Lot: 376 - (HUDSON RIVER PORTFOLIO.) John Hill; after William Guy Wall. View from Fishkill Looking to West Point. No. 15.

(HUDSON RIVER PORTFOLIO.) John Hill; after William Guy Wall. View from Fishkill Looking to West Point. No. 15. Large hand-colored aquatint of a magnificent early scene in the Hudson Highlands on heavy wove paper. 19 1/4x26 inches sheet size, wide margins; old mat line, else excellent. First state. New York: Henry I. Megarey, 1825

Lot: 377 - (JAPAN -- STORYTELLING.) Two sets of illustrated kamishibai street theater plates.

(JAPAN -- STORYTELLING.) Two sets of illustrated kamishibai street theater plates. Japan, Showa 17 (1942)

Lot: 378 - (LIBERTY.) Piercing gaze of an emblematic woman adorned with a Phrygian cap and a federal eagle breastplate.

(LIBERTY.) Piercing gaze of an emblematic woman adorned with a Phrygian cap and a federal eagle breastplate. Graphite on card, unsigned but skillfully drawn. 10 1/2x7 inches overall. Np, probably late 19th century

Lot: 379 - (LONDON.) F[rancis] West. A General View of the City of London, Next to the River Thames.

(LONDON.) F[rancis] West. A General View of the City of London, Next to the River Thames. Hand-colored etched and engraved panorama of London, a nineteenth-century re-strike of the circa 1750s John Bowles plate. 12 1/4x18 inches, wide margins; faint mat stain, minor edge wear. London, circa 1840

Lot: 380 - (MARINE.) Group of 20 watercolor sketches and several albumen photographs.

(MARINE.) Group of 20 watercolor sketches and several albumen photographs. 7x10 inches or smaller, mounted to album cards, many captioned. with: A 1902 signed letter from W.L. Wyllie to William Smith Nicholson. Np, 1890s

Lot: 381 - (MARINE.) Navio de Tercera Linea a la Vela.

(MARINE.) Navio de Tercera Linea a la Vela. Hand-colored engraved portrait of a Spanish galleon keyed to a legend identifying rigging components and other aspects of the ship. 15 1/2x20 inches sheet size, narrow margins; minor wear and surface soiling. Np, mid-eighteenth century

Lot: 382 - (MARINE.) Joao de Souza. Caderno de Todos os Barcos do Tejo, Tanto de Carga e Transporte Como d'Pesca.

(MARINE.) Joao de Souza. Caderno de Todos os Barcos do Tejo, Tanto de Carga e Transporte Como d'Pesca. Engraved title-page and 20 miniature engraved portraits of various cargo, transport, and fishing vessels found on the Tagus River in the eighteenth century. Laid paper, mostly 5 3/4x7 1/2 inches each sheet size, a few trimmed shorter, several sheets watermarked "Serra"; archivally mounted to non-acidic card, various foxing and dampstain; ink ownership inscription to upper title margin: "William C. Leffingwell. February 1811. Bot in Lisbon". Lisbon, 1785

Lot: 383 - (MILITARY.) William H. Huddy & Peter S. Duval. Group of 20 lithographed plates from the U.S. Military Magazine.

(MILITARY.) William H. Huddy & Peter S. Duval. Group of 20 lithographed plates from the U.S. Military Magazine. Approximately 10x12 1/2 inches each sheet size; strong original hand-coloring; scattered small stains and light offset, a few with mat burn and minor edge chipping but overall a nice-looking group. with: Lithographed title-page and index leaf to Vol. 3, 6 original printed paper parts wrappers, and 37 leaves of text from Vol. 3, comprising pages 9-40, 49-72, 81-88, 91-100 (including descriptions to many of the present plates). Philadelphia, 1839-1842

Lot: 384 - (MUSEUMS.) Two etched and engraved scenes of packed salon galleries.

(MUSEUMS.) Two etched and engraved scenes of packed salon galleries. Pietro Antonio Martini. Lauda-Conatum Exposition au Salon du Louvre en 1787. Etching on laid paper, 16x21 1/4 inches sheet size, dampstain at lower right, Russian ink stamp to verso. Pierre Antoine Martini; after Johann Heinrich Ramberg. [Portraits of their Majesty's and the Royal Family Viewing the Exhibition of the Royal Academy, 1788.] Etching on laid paper, 13 1/4x19 3/4 inches sheet size, lower margin trimmed excising title, Russian ink stamp to verso. Vp, late eighteenth century

Lot: 385 - (NATIVE AMERICANS.) George Catlin. Catching the Wild Horse. No. 4.

(NATIVE AMERICANS.) George Catlin. Catching the Wild Horse. No. 4. Hand-colored tinted lithograph from Catlin's North American Indian Portfolio. 16 3/4x27 1/2 inches sheet size, wide margins; mounted to non-acidic board, light marginal foxing, presents well. London, [1844]

Lot: 386 - (NATIVE AMERICANS.) Karl Bodmer. Bison-Dance of the Mandan Indians in Front of Their Medicine Lodge.

(NATIVE AMERICANS.) Karl Bodmer. Bison-Dance of the Mandan Indians in Front of Their Medicine Lodge. Hand-colored aquatint and engraved plate from Prince Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied's Travels in the Interior of North America. 16 3/4x21 1/2 inches sheet size; Bodmer blind stamp at central imprint; fine hand-color with crackled gum arabic; general toning, several cracks and creases reinforced on verso, small area of lower margin with paper loss casually reinstated. sold as is. Paris, Coblenz and London, [1841]

Lot: 387 - (NATIVE AMERICANS.) Group of 26 mostly hand-colored engraved or lithographed book plates.

(NATIVE AMERICANS.) Group of 26 mostly hand-colored engraved or lithographed book plates. Folio sheets and smaller, most mounted to non-acidic card, scattered foxing and mat stains. Images after artists including: George Catlin, Seth Eastman, Karl Bodmer, Theodor de Bry, Heinrich Balduin Möllhausen, and John Mix Stanley (U.S. Railroad Survey). Vp, vd

Lot: 388 - (NEW YORK CITY.) William James Bennett; after John William Hill. New York from Brooklyn Heights.

(NEW YORK CITY.) William James Bennett; after John William Hill. New York from Brooklyn Heights. Large hand-colored aquatint and engraved view of lower Manhattan across the East River. Printed on India paper and mounted to heavy stock, 24 1/4x35 inches sheet size, wide margins; conserved but showing a light mat tone. New York: L.P. Clover, 1837 [but after]

Lot: 389 - (NEW YORK CITY.) Matthew Dripps; after C. B. de St. Memin. A View of the City of New York from Brooklyn Heights in 1798.

(NEW YORK CITY.) Matthew Dripps; after C. B. de St. Memin. A View of the City of New York from Brooklyn Heights in 1798. Engraved panorama of lower Manhattan on bond paper. 4 1/2x59 inches overall, folding into publisher's 12mo format half morocco case with the Seal of the City of New York stamped in gilt to upper cover; minor wear; bookplates of Benjamin DeForest Curtiss and Watertown Library to front pastedown (Curtiss sale, Swann 17 November 1977, lot 413, $200). New York, circa 1860

Lot: 390 - (NEW YORK CITY.) after Thomas Hornor. Broadway, New-York, 1836, Shewing Each Building from Webb's Emporium of Light

(NEW YORK CITY.) after Thomas Hornor. Broadway, New-York, 1836, Shewing Each Building from Webb's Emporium of Light Cor. Canal Street to Beyond Niblo's Garden. Large photolithograph of the aquatint by John Hill. 20 1/2x29 1/2 inches sheet size; mounted to acidic board with resultant toning, other scattered stains and repairs; period wooden frame. sold as is. Np, circa 1900

Lot: 391 - (NEW YORK CITY.) E.L. Kling. New York.

(NEW YORK CITY.) E.L. Kling. New York. Tinted lithographed birds-eye view of New York City. 12 3/4x16 3/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; mat line, small closure at left edge. Tuttlingen, circa 1840

Lot: 392 - (NEW YORK CITY.) Heine, Kummer, and Döpler; engraved by Himely. New-York.

(NEW YORK CITY.) Heine, Kummer, and Döpler; engraved by Himely. New-York. Large aquatint bird's eye view of Manhattan and vicinity on heavy stock. 30 1/2x42 inches sheet size, wide margins; cleaned and de-acidified, several closed tears slightly affecting image but still very attractive and presentable. Reps 2659. New York, Paris, London, Berlin: Goupil & Co., 1851

Lot: 393 - (NEW YORK CITY.) Jacob Ruppert. Panoramic View of New York City and Vicinity.

(NEW YORK CITY.) Jacob Ruppert. Panoramic View of New York City and Vicinity. Chromolithographed birds-eye view of New York Bay, the five City boroughs, and eastern New Jersey with an advertisement banner for "Jacob Ruppert's Knickerbocker Beer". 21x28 1/2 inches sheet size; mounted to original linen backing and ebonized wooden dowels; two water stains at upper right and other minor edge wear but overall unexpectedly well-preserved. New York, 1912

Lot: 394 - (NEW YORK CITY.) Hughson Hawley; attributed to. [Trinity and United States Realty Buildings].

(NEW YORK CITY.) Hughson Hawley; attributed to. [Trinity and United States Realty Buildings]. Graphite, ink, and watercolor on paper. 53 1/2x42 inches sight size; archivally attached to acid-free board with silk-covered duplex matting; stains and restorations; attractive gilt frame. New York, circa 1907

Lot: 395 - (NEW YORK CITY.) Minoru Yamasaki Associates. World Trade Center Towers 1 and 2.

(NEW YORK CITY.) Minoru Yamasaki Associates. World Trade Center Towers 1 and 2. Large blue-line diazo print of the Twin Towers' elevation, structural cross-sections, and an overhead site plan of the plaza. Medium-grade bond paper, 24x36 inches sheet size; no tears. [New York, 1965]

Lot: 396 - (NIAGARA FALLS.) Hippolyte Sebron, after. Les Chutes Du Niagara / Niagara Falls.

(NIAGARA FALLS.) Hippolyte Sebron, after. Les Chutes Du Niagara / Niagara Falls. Large aquatint and engraved panorama with the Maid of the Mist steaming into the bowl and foreground figures dangerously close to the precipice. 25 3/4x39 inches sheet size; mounted to non-acidic card stabilizing several tears into the image, lower margin trimmed excising sub-title [La Fer a Cheval/The Horse Shoe] and imprint. Paris and New York, 1852

Lot: 397 - (PARIS.) Louis Nicolas de Lespinasse, after. Vue Interieure de Paris,

(PARIS.) Louis Nicolas de Lespinasse, after. Vue Interieure de Paris, Prise du Milieu du Pont Royal Regardant le Pont Neuf. Large hand-colored engraved view of the Seine River with the Pont Neuf in the distance and the Musée du Louvre at left. 16 1/4x25 1/4 inches sheet size, narrow margins; stains and repairs. Paris: J.L.Bance ainé, circa 1840

Lot: 398 - (PARIS -- NOTRE DAME.) Jacques Rigaud. [Autre vüe Particulière de Paris, Depuis Nôtre Dame, Jusques au Pont de la Tournelle

(PARIS -- NOTRE DAME.) Jacques Rigaud. [Autre vüe Particulière de Paris, Depuis Nôtre Dame, Jusques au Pont de la Tournelle où l'on Voit, dans l'Eloignement l'hôtel de Ville, St. Jean en Greve, St. Gervais, Et le Pont Rouge, Prise du Quay de Miramion]. Vue d'optique engraving of Paris from a south-westerly vantage toward the Pont de la Tournelle and Notre Dame cathedral. Heavy laid stock, 12 1/2x21 1/4 inches sheet size; original hand-color; margins (including title) painted black for zograscope operation, title in contemporary ink on verso. Paris, eighteenth century

Lot: 399 - (PARIS -- NOTRE DAME.) J.F. Daumont; after Jacques Rigaud. Vue de Paris Depuis Notre Dame Jusqu'au Pt. de la Tournelle

(PARIS -- NOTRE DAME.) J.F. Daumont; after Jacques Rigaud. Vue de Paris Depuis Notre Dame Jusqu'au Pt. de la Tournelle Prise du Quay de Miramion, ou l'on Voit dans l'Eloignement l'Hotel de Ville l'Eglise St. Jean en Greve, Celle de St. Gervais et le Pont Rouge. Vue d'optique engraving of Paris looking toward the Pont de la Tournelle and Notre Dame cathedral. Laid paper, 11 1/4x16 1/2 inches sheet size; original hand-color; mounted to a later sheet stabilizing creases and a large tear at center left. Paris, late eighteenth century

Lot: 400 - (POST RIDERS.) Charles B. Newhouse; and Charles Hunt (engr). The Express Extraordinary.

(POST RIDERS.) Charles B. Newhouse; and Charles Hunt (engr). The Express Extraordinary. Set of 6 finely hand-colored aquatint plates. Approximately 14 1/4x18 1/2 inches each sheet size; mat stain, foxing, and small margin repairs but with brilliant original hand-coloring. London: G.S. Treger, 1839

Lot: 401 - (POSTCARDS.) Collection of approximately 1,000 postcards and embossed greeting cards.

(POSTCARDS.) Collection of approximately 1,000 postcards and embossed greeting cards. Loose in albums, mix of used and unused, printed and real-photo; American and European subjects, but with a strong number relating to New York City and state; good portion addressed to Katherine (Kitty) Coyne, Englewood, NJ and/or her circle. Vp, early 20th century

Lot: 402 - (PRODIGAL SON.) Georg Balthasar Probst. Group of 4 hand-colored engraved vue d'optique parable plates.

(PRODIGAL SON.) Georg Balthasar Probst. Group of 4 hand-colored engraved vue d'optique parable plates. Folio sheets, 13 1/2x19 1/2 inches or smaller; original hand-color; various trimming, folds, stains and edge wear; mixed editions. Filius Deperditus Subulcus; Filius Deperditus Cum Patre Bona Dividens; Vale Filii Deperditi; Gaudium Patris Proper Filium Inventum. Augsburg and Bassano, circa 1780

Lot: 403 - (REAL ESTATE.) Buy Homes of J.W. Wilbur Co.

(REAL ESTATE.) Buy Homes of J.W. Wilbur Co. Large graphically appealing color-printed linocut(?) broadside advertising building plots available on the periphery of an expanding New England town. 29x42 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; one small closure within image and minor edge stains but overall excellent. Hartford, CT: Calhoun Print, circa 1900

Lot: 404 - REDOUTÉ, PIERRE-JOSEPH. Lilas (Lilac).

REDOUTÉ, PIERRE-JOSEPH. Lilas (Lilac). Hand-finished color-printed stipple engraving from Redouté's Choix des Plus Belles Fleurs. 13x9 1/2 inches sheet size with binding edge at left; fine. Paris, 1827-1833

Lot: 405 - REDOUTÉ, PIERRE-JOSEPH. Hemerocallis Fulva / Hemerocalle Fauve. Plate 16. [Orange Day Lily].

REDOUTÉ, PIERRE-JOSEPH. Hemerocallis Fulva / Hemerocalle Fauve. Plate 16. [Orange Day Lily]. Hand-finished color-printed stipple engraving from Redouté's Liliacées. 21x14 inches sheet size with binding edge at right; modest age toning, small repair at upper margin; with separate leaf of letterpress text. Paris, 1802-1816

Lot: 406 - REDOUTÉ, PIERRE-JOSEPH. Iris Pseudacorus / Iris Faux-Acore. Plate 235. [Yellow Flag Iris].

REDOUTÉ, PIERRE-JOSEPH. Iris Pseudacorus / Iris Faux-Acore. Plate 235. [Yellow Flag Iris]. Hand-finished color-printed stipple engraving from Redouté's Liliacées. 21x14 inches sheet size; light foxing at upper and lower sheet edges; with separate leaf of letterpress text. Paris, 1802-1816

Lot: 407 - REDOUTÉ, PIERRE-JOSEPH. Lilium Superbum / Lis Superbe. Plate 103. [Proud Lily].

REDOUTÉ, PIERRE-JOSEPH. Lilium Superbum / Lis Superbe. Plate 103. [Proud Lily]. Hand-finished color-printed stipple engraving from Redouté's Liliacées. 21 1/4x14 1/4 inches sheet size; overall very fine. Paris, 1802-1816

Lot: 408 - REDOUTE, PIERRE JOSEPH. Rosa Muscosa [and] Rosa Reclinata Flore Submultiplici.

REDOUTE, PIERRE JOSEPH. Rosa Muscosa [and] Rosa Reclinata Flore Submultiplici. Together two plates from Les Roses. Color-printed stipple-engravings finished by hand. 14 1/4x10 3/4 inches each sheet size with binding edge at left; minor toning but generally nice with unfaded colors; each with a duplicate uncolored plate on sepia paper and descriptive letterpress text leaves. Paris, 1817-24

Lot: 409 - ROBERTS, DAVID. Group of 17 mostly hand-colored tinted lithographed plates from:

ROBERTS, DAVID. Group of 17 mostly hand-colored tinted lithographed plates from: The Holy Land... [and], Egypt and Nubia... [and], Picturesque Sketches in Spain. Mix of folio plates and trimmed text leaves; a nice selection with occasional stains and small closed tears. London, 1830s-40s

Lot: 410 - (RUSSIA.) Together two fine tinted lithographed album plates by Lemercier.

(RUSSIA.) Together two fine tinted lithographed album plates by Lemercier. Captioned in Russian and French; 15x19 inches each sheet size, wide margins; light foxing. Moscow and St. Petersburg: Daziaro, circa 1850

Lot: 411 - (RUSSIA -- IMPERIAL RESIDENCE.) Lustschloss des Kaisers von Russland Ohnweit Petersburg.

(RUSSIA -- IMPERIAL RESIDENCE.) Lustschloss des Kaisers von Russland Ohnweit Petersburg. Ink and watercolor drawing of an Imperial Russian pleasure palace on "JWhatman/1825" watermarked wove paper; undeciphered signature at lower right; 14 1/2x18 1/2 inches sheet size; small edge tears and creases, Russian ink stamp to verso. Np, circa 1825

Lot: 412 - (SATIRE.) James Gillray, and others. Group of 5 mostly hand-colored printed social and political satires.

(SATIRE.) James Gillray, and others. Group of 5 mostly hand-colored printed social and political satires. London, vd

Lot: 413 - (SATIRE.) Valentine Green; after William Mason. Scene in a Country Town at the Time of a Race.

(SATIRE.) Valentine Green; after William Mason. Scene in a Country Town at the Time of a Race. Large etched and aquatint plate of mid-street horse and carriage chaos. 19 1/2x24 1/2 inches sheet size, ample margins; grey wash by hand; marginal repairs, light age toning. BM Satires 8243. London: F. Brydon, 1789

Lot: 414 - (SATIRE.) William Austin. Nature Display'd Both Serious and Comic in 12 Designs Dedicated to S. Foot Esqr.

(SATIRE.) William Austin. Nature Display'd Both Serious and Comic in 12 Designs Dedicated to S. Foot Esqr. 11 (of 12) etched satirical plates on laid paper; sheets trimmed to various sizes, many to or within the platemark; a few with unprinted title words written in ink, remnants of mounting tabs on verso. London, 1773

Lot: 415 - (SATIRE -- FASHION.) Inconvenience of Wearing Coffee Bag Skirts.

(SATIRE -- FASHION.) Inconvenience of Wearing Coffee Bag Skirts. Hand-colored lithograph of a trend-thrifty young woman stepping off a trolley car, her overskirt caught on the train door handle revealing her upcycled bustle. 15 3/4x12 inches sheet size; light mat stain, minor edge chipping. Provenance: Americana Collection of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, New York City. [New York: James S. Baillie, 1848]

Lot: 416 - (SATIRE/COSTUME.) Charles Williams, and others. Group of 6 preparatory sketches.

(SATIRE/COSTUME.) Charles Williams, and others. Group of 6 preparatory sketches. [London, late eighteenth to early nineteenth centuries]

Lot: 417 - (SHARKS.) Marcus Elieser Bloch. Squalus Carcharias / The White Shark.

(SHARKS.) Marcus Elieser Bloch. Squalus Carcharias / The White Shark. Hand-colored engraved plate of the Great White Shark with diagrams of the tooth, mid-section, and jaws from Bloch's Ichthyologie. "C&I Honig" watermarked laid paper, 10 3/4x18 1/4 inches sheet size, wide margins; minor edge stain but overall excellent. Berlin, circa 1790

Lot: 418 - (SPOONBILL.) Cornelius Nozeman; and Christiaan Sepp. Platalea, Leucorodia.

(SPOONBILL.) Cornelius Nozeman; and Christiaan Sepp. Platalea, Leucorodia. Hand-colored engraved plate of the Spoonbill with an overhead study of its unusual head and beak structure from Nederlandsche Vogelen. "D&C Blauw" watermarked laid paper, 20 1/2x14 1/4 inches sheet size, binding edge at left; desirable condition. Amsterdam, circa 1780

Lot: 419 - (VERSAILLES.) Jean Mariette. Le Derriere de l'Entree de Versailles.

(VERSAILLES.) Jean Mariette. Le Derriere de l'Entree de Versailles. Hand-colored engraved view of the rear courtyard of Louis XIV's palace with a 17-point keyed legend. Laid paper, 10 1/2x14 inches sheet size, wide margins; slightly toned. Paris, circa 1680

Lot: 420 - (VOLCANOES.) William Hamilton; and Pietro Fabris. [A View of the Great Eruption of Vesuvius in the Night of the 20th of October 1767].

(VOLCANOES.) William Hamilton; and Pietro Fabris. [A View of the Great Eruption of Vesuvius in the Night of the 20th of October 1767]. Engraved plate VI from Hamilton's "Campi Phlegraei" on watermarked laid paper with rich, dramatic original hand-coloring. 12 1/2x18 inches sheet size, wide margins; small closures at right edge otherwise a nice example of a scarce print. Naples, 1776

Lot: 421 - (VUES d'OPTIQUE.) Group of 11 hand-colored engraved European vues.

(VUES d'OPTIQUE.) Group of 11 hand-colored engraved European vues. 13x18 inches or smaller; various small imperfections. Paris and London, late eighteenth century

Lot: 422 - (WINSLOW HOMER.) Archive of approximately 300 nineteenth-century periodical leaves with illustrations after Winslow Homer.

(WINSLOW HOMER.) Archive of approximately 300 nineteenth-century periodical leaves with illustrations after Winslow Homer. Primarily wood engravings on newsprint excised from various publications including Appleton's Journal of Literature, Science, and Art; Scribner's Monthly; Every Saturday: An Illustrated Journal of Choice Reading; Harper's Weekly; Ballou's Pictorial; etc.; some duplicates; overall good but often clipped, with edge chips, stains or other scattered degradations; museum deaccession with each leaf individually kept in an archival sleeve. Vp, vd

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