Mitchell's Atlas Antique Maps from 1865

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Title Page
MTC1 $55
Title Page
MTC2 $25
Western Hemisphere, Eastern Hemisphere, with time table of world on back
MTC3 $145
Pacific Ocean, Australia, Sandwich Islands
MTC4 $95
The World, Mercator Projection, double size 23 1/2 inches by 15 1/4 inches
MTC5 $175
United States and Canada, double size 23 1/2 inches by 15 1/4 inches
MTC7 $185
New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Boston Harbor, New York Harbor, double size 23 1/2 inches by 15 1/4 inches
MTC11 $
145
Alabama, Georgia
MTC13 $85
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Philadelphia, Baltimore
MTC14 $85
Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island
MTC15 $85
Virginia and West Virginia
MTC17 $85
Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina
MTC19 $85
Kentucky, Tennessee
MTC21 $85
Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana
MTC22
SOLD
Michigan and Wisconsin
MTC23 $75
Indiana and Ohio
MTC25 $75
Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, and Dacotah
MTC29 $85
Texas, New Mexico, Galveston Bay
MTC27
SOLD
New Orleans
MTC28 $85
Philadelphia
MTC31 $75
Cincinnati
MTC32 $75
Baltimore
MTC33 $75
Washington D.C.
MTC34 $85
Canada East, Montreal
MTC36
SOLD
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Mitchell's Atlas Antique Maps from 1865

Samuel Augustus Mitchell (1792-1864) was a teacher early on, who became dissatisfied with the quality of textbooks available. Moving to Philadelphia, an important center of publishing at the time, he issued A New American Atlas with J.H. Young, his principal engraver. An early adopter of steel plate engraving, his company grew to dominate map publishing of the mid 1800’s. Historically, it was an important time for America, as the Civil War came to a close and the work of uniting the country proceeded along with expansion to the West and continued economic growth. Thus, it was a time of great change for cartographers.

We are pleased to offer hand colored maps from Mitchell’s New General Atlas, 1865. Each print map measures 12 1/4 inches by 15 1/4 inches, with four double maps measuring 23 1/2 inches by 15 1/4 inches. The condition is excellent, with the hand coloring bright and strong, and very little age toning. On a few, there are marginal fox marks, as shown.


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