"Map of the City of Washington in the District of Columbia. U. States of America," by Casimir Bohn.
This map was published inside "Bohn's Hand-Book of Washington." Published in 1856, the "Hand-Book" was a terrific pocket map and tourist guide for the nation`s capital city. The map, found tipped into the back of Bohn’s book, is surrounded with reference tables and information useful to tourists. It identifies block numbers, wards, and built-up areas of Washington, DC during a period of great growth and expansion.
The map extends as far west as Georgetown, with its own list of highlights and businesses. It is embellished with a beautiful compass rose and a large vignette of the Capitol building at lower right.
This wonderfully descriptive travel map is tastefully and archivally presented with acid-free matting in a custom built frame.
This striking wall map was published in 1854 by Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning and has both full original hand-coloring and original hardware. This impression is both informative and highly decorative....
A striking and impressive 1887 wall map of the state of Maine by nineteenth century publishers Colby & Stuart. This highly detailed map is fully titled "Map of the State of Maine....
“World at One View” Hand-Colored Wall Map of the World. Published by Ensign and Thayer, 1847. This is a unique and desirable 1847 double hemisphere hand-colored lithographic map of the world,...