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1831 De Silver Map Of Philadelphia, R De Silver, 1831 Philadelphia, 8.8 x 9.7 in. A very nice map of Philadelphia, issued as part of De Silver's Philadelphia directory and Strangers's Guide, 1831. Most roads are not named; however, the key sites, banks, custom house, etc are noted in index and on map -- a through z.

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  • Condition

    Very Good uncolored map on thin paper stock. Very slight age toning. Issued fold.

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    1831 De Silver Map Of Philadelphia

    Auction ended on Sun, Mar 26, 2017
    Estimate $200 - $300
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