Maps & Prints

A Map of Kentucky by John Filson, 1793

                                                        A Map of Kentucky Drawn from Actual Observations By John Filson (1747- 1788) Copperplate engraving on wove paper Published by John Stockdale London 1793 John Filson’s map […]

A Map of Carolina, circa 1682

                        A MAP OF CAROLINA from CAPE CANAVERAL to CAPE HENRY Johannes van Keulen (1654-1715) Amsterdam, circa 1682 Copper engraved, period hand coloring 27.5” x 31”   $5,400  


Printed Broadside for Utilitarian, John Hartwell Cocke II

                                Dated 1843 15″ x 20.5″ John Hartwell Cocke II (1780-1866) Utilitarian was a sire that stood at John Hartwell Cocke’s plantation Bremo on the James River.   A handful of  southern breeders were active in the improvement of American […]


Roanoke Red Sulphur Spring, Edward Beyer, 1857

                                                              ALBUM OF VIRGINIA Roanoke Red Sulphur Spr./Roanoke Co Lithographer: Anst. V. W. Loeillot, Berlin Edward Beyer (1820-1865) H: 16 1/2”; W: 24 3/8” (overall) […]


High Bridge Near Farmville, Edward Beyer, 1857

                                                              ALBUM OF VIRGINIA The High Bridge Near Farmville/Pr. Edward Co. Va. Lithographer: Rau & Son, Dresden Edward Beyer (1820-1865) H: 16 1/2”; W: 24 […]


Map of roads and Canals Connecting the Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers, 1771

                      Map “shewing at one view, the several places proposed for opening a communication between the waters of Delaware and Chesopeak Bays.” to accompany “An Abstract of sundry papers and proposals for improving the inland navigation of Pennsylvania and Maryland…” Engraved by James Smither Published […]


The States of Maryland and Delaware, John Reid’s American Atlas 1796

                          The States of Maryland and Delaware John Reid publisher D. Martin engraver New York 1795 Published in John Reid’s American Atlas, 1796   The first American Atlas was published by Mathew Carey of Philadelphia in 1795.  It included a map of Maryland […]