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Rare Old & Antique Maps for Sale.
Only 7 of the engravings remain in stock.
30.16 - The Vinland Map and the Tarter Relation, Skelton, Marston, and Painter, 1965, 4th edition, April 1966, Yale University Press, New Haven
The book analyzes two documents that came to light in the late 1950’s. The first is a manuscript account of the expedition of Frair Carpini across Central Asia on a…Read More
30.21 - Urban Images of the Hispanic World 1493 - 1793, 2000, by Richard L. Kagan, Yale University Press, Connecticut
The publication focuses on cities and towns of South America to include Mexico City, Lima and Potosi. The volume, 235 pp has many full color illustrations; with it’s original dust…Read More
30.26 - The Home Magazine, Vol VII, edited by T.S. Arthur - Virginia F. Townsend, 1856 Sale Price: $30
Profusely illustrated, published by T.S. Arthur & Co., pp374 + 28 illustrations (many in color). The book covers the period from January to June 1856 with every imaginable subject from…Read More
30.27 - World Geography, by E. L. Thurston and E. H. Faigle, 2nd ed., 1945, Iroquois Publishing Co., Syracuse, New York
Numerous maps, some in color, graphs and tables. Dr. Thurston was the Superintendent of the Washington , D.C. schools and Professor Faigle was at Syracuse University, Geography Dept. The book…Read More
This is the two volume, 529pp & 472pp 1st American edition set, signed by the author, limited to 250 copies. The story of Henry Morton Stanley and Dr. Livingstone is…Read More
38.29 - In Darkest Africa; or the Quest, Rescue, and Retreat of Emin, Governor of Equatoria, two volumes, 1st edition, 1890, by Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, Limited, London The Set
The publication discusses Stanley’s last African expedition. There are 50 woodcut illustrations, 3 foldout maps, 8 vo, original pictorial gilt, 529pp – 472pp. There are two woodcut frontispiece illustrations ………..Read More