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Rare, Vibrant Folding Map of the Western States


Western States. WATSON, Gaylord [New York, 1876]
Watson’s New County and Railroad Map of the Pacific States….
38 x 25 inches
Lithographed folding map with period hand color in original covers with gilt title quite faded; few splits & some filled losses at fold intersections, overall very good condition.
$3,500


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Colorado's Majestic Scenery by Rail


Colorado/ Railroad History. POOLE BROS./ KNIGHT, LEONARD & CO. [Chicago, 1893]
Panoramic Views along the Line of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. The Scenic Line Of The World.
8 x 51 inches
Folding color-lithographed brochure. 3 ¾ x 8 inches (folded), 8 x 51 inches (unfolded). Slight soiling, few reinforced splits, parts of letters of caption lost to cropping, else excellent.
$475


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Beautiful Boom Towns in the Colorado Rockies


Cripple Creek & Victor, Colorado. PHILLIPS & DESJARDINS/ WESTERN LITHO. CO. [Denver, 1896]
18 Cripple Creek 96/ Victor.
27 x 36 ½ inches
Chromolithograph. Area of lower left printed border restored, a mended but invisible split, few reinforcements to outer margin edge; a very good & appealing example.
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Land Ownership Atlas of Oklahoma


Oklahoma/ American Indian History. HASTAIN, Edward [Muskogee, 1910]
Hastain's Township Plats of the Creek Nation.
8vo., (6 4/8 x 4 inches)
Original red roan with gilt title, fairly worn with some losses. 297 pages of lithographed maps, with numerous ms. notation & some hand-colored highlighting, 20 pp. index of names, photographic portrait of Hastain facing engraved title; internally lightly toned, certain signs of use but overall very good condition.
$1,750


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Art Serving Grand Canyon Promotion


Grand Canyon. (after) AKIN, Louis (1868-1913) [American, c. 1906]
Untitled Chromolithograph of the El Tovar Hotel, Grand Canyon, Arizona, on the Santa Fe .
24 x 42 ½
18 x 37 inches, image; 24 x 42 ½ inches, frame. In original wooden frame with metal title plaque; minor chipping along edge, slight darkening, else excellent; original frame very good with the usual overall toning, light separation at miters, shrinkage.
$5,500


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