[NEW YORK - MAPS, GUIDES & VIEWS] Group of antiquarian volumes, 1813-1832
. Comprising: Hooker's New Pocket Plan of the City of New York, 1826, hand-colored map folding into original gilt lettered leather binding, map lacks one panel, splits along folds; Blunt's Stranger's Guide to the City of New-York, 1817, first edition, folding map by Hooker, 3 plates, original rear board only, the volume worn but a good copy of the map, Howes B557; [MITCHILL, SAMUEL]. The Picture of New York, 1807, lacks map, early boards, rebacked but worn; HARDIE, JAMES. The Description of the City of New York, 1827, first edition, contemporary calf, folding map, discrete repair to map verso, binding rubbed, a sound copy; a second copy in matching binding, tape repairs to map, boards detached; SPAFFORD, HORATIO GATES. A Gazetteer of the State of New-York, Albany, 1813, folding map of the state, two plates, modern boards to style with paper label, foxing, a sound copy of the first gazetteer of New York, Howes S802; DURAND, ASHER B. The American Landscape, No. 1, [all issued], 1830, first edition, original wrappers, 6 plates, tissue guards foxed, old dampstain affects plates; and FAY, THEODORE S. Views in the City of New-York and Its Environs, 1831-32, being parts I-IV only and duplicates of parts II-IV, original wrappers, plates, plates, stains. The lot sold as is. The lot 12 volumes.
C Estate of Leo Hershkowitz
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