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Fine Art Reproductions of Historical Maps & Charts

Maps and Charts


New York


The maps and charts in the New York collection cover areas including New Jersey,
Long Island and Connecticut. They were drawn between 1775 and 1836, many at
a time when the Revolutionary War was in the balance. Together they form an
intriguing insight into the development of the region.

Including here are maps detailing the struggle between George Washington
and the British, and other maps of the Anglo-American War between 1812-1815.

Ref: A200

‘A sketch of the operations of his majesty's fleet and army under the command of Vice Admiral the Rt. Hble. Lord Viscount Howe and Genl. Sr. W. Howe K: B: in 1776.

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Ref: A201

The Ratzer Map of the City of New York in North America with a South West view of the city

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Ref: A202

New York, East River, part of Hudson River and adjacent country with military dispositions shown

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Ref: A203

A chart of New York Harbour with soundings, views of land marks and nautical directions for the use of pilotage

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Ref: A204

A plan of the operations of the King's Army under the command of General Sir William Howe against General Washington in New York and East New Jersey.

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Ref: A205

New York, New Jersey, 'Pensilvania', Maryland and North Carolina & co.

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Ref: A206

A plan of Fort Montgomery & Fort Clinton

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Ref: A207

Oyster & Huntington Bay, Long Island Sound with inset of Hell's Gate

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Ref: A208

New York, East River & Long Island Sound

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Ref: A209av

5 Views of New York Harbour (colour)

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Ref: A209bv

5 views of New York Harbour (uncoloured)

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Ref: A210

Long Island with the Environs of New York and Southern Connecticut

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Ref: A211

Block Island, Gardiners Island, Fisher Island & Sound

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Ref: A212

Plan of New York Harbour and part of North River in 1776.

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Ref: A213

Lake Champlain from Fort St. John to Ticonderoga including Part of Lake George

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Ref: A214a

Lake Champlain & Lake George (Coloured)

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Ref: A214b

Lake Champlain & Lake George

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Ref: A120

Nova Scotia, New England, New York, New Jersey to the St Lawrence River

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Ref: A906

A New and Accurate Map of North America

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Ref: A802

Novissima Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula

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