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  AMERICA 
 United States 

ZATTA, Antonio. Il Canadá, Le Colonie Inglesi Con La Luigiana, E Florida, di nuova Projezione. Venice, 1778. Original outline colour. 320 x 420mm.
Eastern North America, with the British Colonies ofthe Eastern Seaboard, Canada and Louisiansa, with a fine title cartouche in full colour.
[Ref: 9532]    £390.00 ($546 • €445 rates)


ZATTA, Antonio. [Map of the mid-section of the Mississippi River]
Il Paese de Cherachesi, con La Parte Occidentale della Carolina Settentrionale, E Della Virginia. Venice, c.1778. Original colour. 335 x 440mm.
Detailed regional showing the Missouri and Ohio Rivers along the Mississippi and adjacent areas. While the map is filled with Indian villages, it shows very little European settlement other than a couple of French forts. It also notes Dr. Thomas Walker's settlement. Walker, a surveyor for the Ohio and Loyal Land Companies, led a small group into the area in 1750 and established a supply post in the area of present-day Barbourville, Kentucky. Drawn from the earliest available English and indigenous surveys, this is the Italian edition of Mitchell's seminal map of the British Dominions in North America that Zatta published in 12 sections with the title "Le Colonie Unite dell' America Settentrionale."
[Ref: 16572]    £240.00 ($336 • €274 rates)


MOITHEY, Maurille Antoine. [A French edition of Jeffery's map of the British Colonies, updated for the Revolution]
Carte Nouvelle des Posséssions Angloises en Amérique fressée pour l'intelligence de la guerre. présente et divisée suivant les prétentions des Anglois. Traduite de l'Anglois d'après Tho? Gefferys, géographe de prince de Galles, revue et corrig Paris, Moithy & Crépy, 1780. Original colour. 495 x 690mm. A fine example with wide margins.
North America west to the Mississippi, with an inset map showing the routes across the Atlantic from France and Spain. Around the maps are panels of engraved text with descriptions of the various colonies. Moithey originally published this copy of Thomas Jeffery's map in 1772, but this example is dated 15th April 1780, with the title updated to refer to the American Revolutionary War. At the time the British were besieging Charleston.
[Ref: 14858]    £1,250.00 ($1,750 • €1,425 rates)


DELAMARCHE, Charles François. [One of the first maps to name the United States of America]
Etats-Unis de L'Amerique Septentrionale Avec Les Isles Royal, de Terre Neuve, de St. Jean, L'Acadie &c. Paris, Delamarche, 1785. Original outline colour. 500 x 650mm. A very fine example with wide margins
France had recognised the United States as early as December 1777; the treaty ending the War of Independence was only signed the year before this map was published. Bottom right is a list of the first 13 States and their capitals. wilth a list of 10 planned states: Silvania, Michigania, Chersonesus, Arsenistpia, Metropotamia, Illinoia, Saratoga, Washington, Polypotamia, and Pelisypia. MAPFORUM: Early Maps of the USA, 66.
[Ref: 16036]    £1,150.00 ($1,610 • €1,311 rates)


CASSINI, Giovanni Maria. [An Italian wall map of the United States of America]
Gli Stati Uniti dell'America Delineati sulle ultime Osservazioni... Rome, 1797. Outline colour. Six sheets conjoined to form a wall map, total size 960 x 940mm. Excellent condition.
Cassini's uncommon six-sheet map of the United States from his 'Nuovo Atlante Geografico Universale', here joined together. Each sheet has a separate illustrated title cartouche, and in the bottom right corner is an inset of Newfoundland.
[Ref: 7392]    £6,500.00 ($9,100 • €7,410 rates)


CASSINI, Giovanni Maria. [United States]
Gli Stati Uniti dell'America, Il Canada, e la Florida. Carta Generale delineata sullie ultime Osservazioni. Rome, 1798. 370 x 500mm.
Cassini's uncommon single-sheet map of the United States from his 'Nuovo atlante geografico universale', with a decorative title cartouche. Although most detail is east of the Mississippi the town of Texas is marked in Mexico.
[Ref: 13850]    £700.00 ($980 • €798 rates)


PHILLIPS, Richard. [One of the few maps to name the lost state of 'Franklinia']
United States in North America. London: R. Phillips, 1809. 410 x 340mm. Narrow margins on three sides, binding folds flattened.
An uncommon map of the United States, published to illustrate an English edition of the ' Travels of the Duke de la Rochefoucault Liancourt'. It is covered with details like the locations of Indian tribes, forts and former colomy boundaries, as well as marking the proposed state of 'Franklinia' and 'Morgania', the early name for Missouri.
[Ref: 16074]    £725.00 ($1,015 • €827 rates)


TALLIS, John. [Map of the United States with decorative vignettes]
United States. London, J. & F.Tallis, c.1850. Original outline colour. Steel engraving, printed area 255 x 340mm.
A map of the United States as far west as the Missouri Territory, New Mexico and Texas, with portraits of Washington & Franklin in the decorative borders, and vignette views of Buffalo hunting, Penn's Treaty with the Indians, & Washington's Monument in Baltimore. It was published in John Howard Hinton's 'History of the United States of America, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time'.
[Ref: 18063]    £280.00 ($392 • €319 rates)


COLTON, J.H. [A two-sheet wall map of the United States]
Map of the United States of America, The British Provinces, Mexico, the West Indies and Central America, with part of New Granada and Venezuela. New York: J.H. Colton, 1853. Steel engraving with original hand colour. Two sheets conjoined, total 865 x 1075mm. A pristine example.
A brightly-coloured map of the United States surrounded by a decorative border of vines and grapes linking vignette scenes. Above the title is another vignette featuring a bald eagle in front of a port, with a locomotive and a paddle steamer. Two other insets show the North Atlantic and the trans-Panama railway. On the map Oregon Territory is still coloured in its pre-1853 entirety, prior to the creation of Washington Territory, although 'Washington' is written across the top half. Most of these large Colton maps were issued dissected and laid on linen, so to find an uncut example such as this is unusual.
[Ref: 17402]    £6,500.00 ($9,100 • €7,410 rates)


COLTON, J.H. [An unusual issue of Colton's map of the United States]
The United States of America 1854. New York:Colton, 1854. Original colour. Wood engraving, printed area 410 x 690mm. Small hole filled, folds reinforced on verso.
An unusual issue of Colton's map, published just as the Gadsden Purchase was being ratified, omitting the territoridal gains to Arizona and Texas, bought to facilitate the planned southern transcontinental railroad. Also of interest are the routes of explorers such as Fremont, Kearny and Marcy, as well as the Santa Fé trail.
[Ref: 16195]    £850.00 ($1,190 • €969 rates)


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