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AN ANTIQUE RECONSTRUCTION ERA MAP, "Traveller's Map of The State of Texas," CHARLES M. PRESSLER, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1867,

photolithograph with color on paper, "Compiled from the records of the General Land Office, the maps of the Coast Survey, the reports of the Boundary Commission and various other Military surveys and reconnoissances by Chas. M. Pressler," the map retailed by, "Levinson Perkins & Co., No. 80 Beaver Street, New York," in the lower right margin, "Entered According to the Act of Congress in the year 1868 by Chas. W. Pressler in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States Court for the Southern District of New York.," in the central margin noted as published by the "American Photolithographic Company, New York (Osborne's Process)," with inset view, "Map of the Western Part of Texas," topographical elevation shown in hachures, showing the State Capitol, County Seats, villages, Post Offices, railroads, common roads, and bayous (incorrectly printed "Bayon"), lighthouses, trading posts, military forts, Indian territory, the "Immigrant's Road to California," noted with water sources for travelers, and occupied Comanche and Kiowa lands. 41 1/2" x 40"

Provenance:Property from a Corporate Collection, Houston, Texas. Property from a Corporate Collection, Houston, Texas

Condition:

Some toning, stains, mild foxing, losses mostly near creases and edges, with repairs and minimal inpainting/drawing, some buckling, and adhesive ghosting at neat line, backed, some fading of color, repairs are aging, overall in good condition, wear commensurate with age.

Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$21,960
06/06/2020

 

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