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Lot 0056
  • Title/Content of Map: 1789 but 1870 Colles Map from NYC to New Rochelle -- New York to Naw Rochelle
  • Date Printed: 1789 but 1870, New York
  • Cartographer: C Colles / J Hardy
  • Size: 9 X 11.5 in.

    This is a road map showing roads just post the colonial period. Consistent with other traveler's maps of the period, it shows about 12 miles of road in parallel strips and is believed to first appear in 1789 in C. Colles's Survey of US roads. It is a mid 19th century production of the map in J Hardy's Manual of New York. Uncolored on tan paper.

    Please note that this lot has a confidential reserve. When you leave a bid in advance of the auction, submit your maximum. The bidder who has submitted the highest bid wins the lot, provided the bid exceeds the reserve price.

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  • Location: This item ships from Ohio

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  • Condition

    Very good. Uncolored on tan paper. Few very small marginal tears. Folded as issued.

    Starting Bid

    $1.00

    Buyer's Premium

    • 15%

    1789 but 1870 Colles Map from NYC to New Rochelle

    Auction ended on Wed, Jan 31, 2018
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    Auction Curated By:
    Steve Kovacs
    Maps Expert
    101 Avenue of the Americas
    Suite 900
    New York, NY 10013
    United States
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