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- Original antique maps of New York City from our store. Our rare New York City map inventory features authentic maps of Colonial and Revolutionary War New York, historic maps of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island, as well as Currier and Ives city views and important city plans of Manhattan. Vintage pictorial maps of NYC are also for sale.
- Haven Van New-York, Brooklyn en Gedeelte Der...
Scarce view of New York City and Brooklyn, published in Darmstadt.
Map showing the Perimeters of Farms in Bloomingdale and the Old Roads and Lanes as they existed One Hundred Years Ago Belonging to the Cozine, Harson, Hopper, Hegeman, Stake, Stryker, Eden, Tevon, Haynes, Horsmanden, Reis, Kelly, Webber, Cutting, Astor, Emmett and other families...
Rare Cadastral Map of Midtown West, Including Times Square and part of the Theater District.
Price: $ 4,800.00
Nouvelle Angleterre - New - York
Decorative pictorial map of New England and New York, published by Children's book illustrator JP Pinchon.
Price: $ 125.00
Map of the Glass House Farm belonging to George Rapelje Esq. Situate in the Twelfth Ward of the City of New York Shewing the Same as Laid Out Into Lots on the Intersecting Avenues and Streets.
Hand-colored lithographed map of part of the Garment District, New York City, published by Spielmann & Brush in their very rare atlas Certified Copies of Original Maps of Property in New York City (1881). The last copy of that atlas was on the market with a New York City bookdealer for $12,500.
Price: $ 145.00
City of New-York . . . 1847
Nice example of Samuel Augustus Mitchell's detailed map of New York City, from his New Universal Atlas. This is one of the earliest maps of New York City to appear in a commercial atlas.
Price: $ 345.00
Johnson's Map of New York and the Adjacent Cities
Detailed map of New York City, published in New York by Johnson & Ward published during the Civil War.
Price: $ 275.00
Map of Nicholas Bayards Ground West of Broadway Surveyed by C. T. Goerk 1788.
This map is a turn of the century facsimile of a 1788 map of the Bayard Farm by Casimir Goerck. This map shows one of the first examples of the now ubiquitous street grids of Manhattan. Goerck surveyed the farm so that the area could be as individual plots of land, but his streets had to eventually be altered to match with the surrounding city planning.
Price: $ 750.00