Map of the World as known to the ancients. Engraved to illustrate Mitchell's ancient geography. (with) Comparative map of the World. (with) The World according to Ptolemy. Drawn & engraved by J.H. Young. Entered ... 1844, by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Eastern District of Pennsylvania. (1875)
Engraved map with 2 insets. Hand colored. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridians: Ferro and Washington. "Classical geography" upper margin.
Rand, McNally & Co.'s. indexed atlas of the world map of the world on Mercator's projection. Showing the direction of the ocean currents. Copyright `895, by Rand, McNally & Co. ... Engravers, Chicago. (1897)
Col. map. Relief shown by hachures. Shows time zones, etc. In upper margin: Rand, McNally & Company's indexed atlas of the world.
(Title Page to) A new and approved general atlas of the World. Philadelphia: Published by Robert Desilver, 110 Walnut Street. 1822.
Atlas of hand colored maps. Title page includes table of contents listing 47 maps (of which we have 10: Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Ohio and Switzerland). Unbound sheets.
Pictorial View of the World. Entered...1846, by Humphrey Phelps...New-York.
2 Hemispheres with views and statistics. A beautiful production, a companion to his Ornamental Map of the United States and Mexico. The maps may be from Morse and Breese, possibly cerographs. See the later, enlarged edtions by Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning in 1852 and 1855.