“Johnson’s Boston and Vicinity".
Published by A.J. Johnson & Co., New York, in 1868.
This map is an original 1868 handcolored engraving of Boston from Johnson's “Atlas of the World.” The map details city streets, neighborhoods of this bustling New England city, as it appeared in the late 19th century. Boston Harbor and the Charles River and proximately shown. City streets and blocks are distinctly colored and labeled.
This is a great map from one of the prominent and illustrious American map publisher of the 19th century, A. J. Johnson.
The map is uniquely housed in an antique windowpane frame, with hand-painted script identifying the title and original publish date.
Framed dimensions: 29 3/4" H x 22" W x 1 1/2" D
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,...