Lot 113 of 435:
Rare map of San Francisco 1864  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$4,500
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Map of the City and County of San Francisco. Carefully Compiled from recent surveys, including all the new additions of Cities, Towns, and Villas, delineating the lines of Ranchos, Private Claims, Water Works, Railroads, &c. &c. Drawn for the San Francisco News Letter and the Pacific Mining Journal

Butler, James

San Francisco




Lithographed map, hand-colored. 78x89 cm (30¾x35").

Interesting and very uncommon map of San Francisco, showing the developed areas and the outside lands, with ownership of the large blocks in the west shown. There were earlier states published in 1862 and 1863. OCLC/WorldCat lists only one example of this 1864 issue, at the University of California Berkeley, as well as one 1862 issue and three copies of the 1863 issue.

Provenance: B. Casoly, 9/23/00

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Mounted on linen backe, effecting repairs, some light staining, wear/small chips at previous fold intersections; about very good.

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