A CIVIL WAR ERA ANTIQUE MAP, "Johnson's New Map of the State Of Texas," NEW YORK, 1860-1863,

hand colored engraving on paper, page fragments from an atlas, plates no. 43-44, with inset plans of "Sabine River," "Galveston Bay," and of the "Northern Part of Texas," the whole enclosed within a border of heraldic swag curled around banner poles, published by Johnson & Ward. 17" x 25 1/4"

Provenance:Property from a Fortune 500 Energy Company, Houston, Texas.


Toning, some foxing spots, fading of watercolor, some waving of paper, but overall in good to very good condition, wear commensurate with age and use.

Estimate: $200 - $400
Price Realized


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