Sale 17BP02 | Lot 46

[NEW YORK] An antiquarian miscellany of New York related maps and prints.

Catalogue: Rare Books, Autographs & Maps

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Lot 46
[NEW YORK] An antiquarian miscellany of New York related maps and prints. Approximately 15 framed items, the MAPS comp...
Approximately 15 framed items, the MAPS comprise: Porti della Nuova York e Perthamboy. [From Il Gazettiere Americano. Livorno: circa 1763]. Hand-colored map engraved by Guseppe M. Terreni. 8 x 6 1/2 inches. Bright but with repair and faint stain to lower margin; [MILLAR, ANDREW]. Plan of the Harbour of New-York and Parts Adjacent. [London: circa 1780]. Hand-colored engraved map; [KLINCKOWSTROM, AXEL LEONHARD]. New York med Trakten Daromkring. [From Bref om de Forente Staterne. Stockholm: circa 1824]. Engraved map; BENNET, R.G. and Van WIJK, J. Kaart van Nieuw-Nederland. Utrect: circa 1827. Hand-colored engraved map. 19 x 20 inches; Toned, creases; "The Duke's Plan" A Description of the Towne of Mannados: Or New Amsterdam as it was in September 1661. New York: George Heywood, 1859. Lithographed facsimile of a 17th century map for Valentine's Manual. Approximately 21 x 27 inches. Folds; and Map of the Original Grants of Village Lots from the Dutch West India Company. New York: circa 1897 or later. Colored lithograph. Approximately 17 x 21 inches. The PRINTS comprise: ALLARD, CAROLUS. Nieu Amsterdam al New York. [From Orbis Habitabilis. Amsterdam: circa 1700 or later]. Hand-colored engraving, without plate number at upper right, the verso blank. 8 ½ x 10 7/8 inches. Ink numeral to lower corner; an extracted leaf from a book (p. 149) with running title "Neu Niederland" above an illustration of three Native Americans in a landscape, German text; HILL, J. after SHAW, J. Hell Gate. Philadelphia: Carey, circa 1820 or later. Aquatint engraving with hand-color. Spots in margin; BODMER, KARL (after). Einfahrt des Hafens von New York von Staten Island. Entry to the Bay of New York. London, Paris and Coblenz: circa 1839-42. Aquatint engraving. Several lines of vertical spots in image; BENNETT, WILLIAM JAMES. South St. From Maiden Lane. New York: Megarey, circa 1832. Aquatint engraving; BALCH, V. after DAVIS. View of the Bowling Green, Broadway. [New York: circa 1830]. Hand-colored engraving. Toned; Five Points, 1827. New York: Valentine's Manual, n.d. Colored lithograph; and two photographic reproductions. Most items unexamined out of frames, sold as is. The lot 15 pieces.

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