Idaho Nebraska Colorado Territory Map Antique Johnson 1864. This one of a kind original antique map of the Nebraska Colorado and Idaho Territory comes from Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World. Published by Johnson and Ward No. 133 Nassau Street New York in 1864. The Family Atlas was first published by Johnson in 1860 and continued until 1870. Most of the maps were based on Colton's earlier maps as Johnson acquired Colton's rights around 1859 - ref. Rumsey.
Nebraska Dakota Kansas Antique Map Johnson 1862. Colorado and Kansas antique map original. This vintage map of Nebraska, Dakota and Kansas comes from the 1862 Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas. Published by Johnson and Browning successors to J.H. Colton & Co. at No. 86 Cedar Street New York, NY in 1862. This one of a kind historic old map of Nebraska and Kansas is done in the distinctive Johnson style with decorative borders and finely etched topical vignettes.
Arizona New Mexico Utah Territory Antique Map Colton 1855. This genuine original antique map of the New Mexico and Utah Territories comes from Colton's Atlas of the World Volume I of 1855. This is the first edition of Colton's famous World Atlases. Published in New York, this volume contains maps of the Americas. The second volume was published the following year in 1856. This authentic vintage map has a blank verso or back side and beautiful coloring on sturdy paper.
California Oregon Antique Map Mitchell Cowperthwait 1853. This original antique map of California, Oregon, Washington, Utah and New Mexico comes from Mitchell's New Universal Atlas. This atlas was published by Thomas Cowperthwait in 1853 at 253 Market St. Philadelphia. Cowperthwait acquired the rights to the New Universal Atlas in 1850 from Mitchell and continued annual updates until 1855.
Colorado Kansas Nebraska Idaho Antique Map Mitchell 1864. This one of a kind original antique map of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska and Idaho comes from S.A. Mitchell New General Atlas published at No. 31 South Sixth St. Philadelphia in 1864. Mitchell, Sr. had acquired the rights to the Universal Atlas in 1845 from H. Tanner who first published it in 1836. Subsequently Mitchell Sr. sold most of his copyrights to Desilver by 1857. Mitchell Jr. reacquired the copyrights from Desilver in 1860.