AN ANTIQUE SURVEY MAP, "U.S. Coast Survey: Galveston Entrance," CIRCA 1867,

lithograph on paper, No. 13, a United States Coast Survey, Benjamin Pierce, Superintendent, "The Triangulation was executed by J.E. Ligard, R.H. Fauntleroy, G. Davidson, J.S. Wiltians Assistants and C.H. Boy, Sub Assistant at intervals between 1848 & 1867.," "The Topography was executed by J.W. Wampler and C.H. Boys, Sub-Assistant in 1851 & 1867.," "The Hydrography was executed by C.H. Boyd and F.S. Nes Sub Assistants in 1867.," the waters scattered with Soundings, including a lighthouse and bottom descriptions, two compass roses, buoys, notes and remarks on tides during the year, and a port to rail connection. 18" x 21"

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


Foxing spots, trimmed loss at margin lower left, creases, toning, overall in good condition, wear commensurate with age and use.

Estimate: $200 - $400
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium


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