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Five volumes on the mapping of California  

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Five volumes on the mapping of California


Various places


Various dates


5 volumes. Illustrated. Various bindings. First Editions.

A selection of works on the mapping of California. Two of the volumes are signed by the authors. 


  • Creason, Glen. Los Angeles In Maps. Foreword By D.J. Waldie. Glossy boards, illustrated dust jacket. Signed by Creason on the title page. New York: Rizzoli, 2010.
  • Harlow, Neal. Maps of the Pueblo Lands of San Diego, 1602-1874. Illustrated with facsimile maps. (4to) original cloth-backed boards, spine lettered in gilt. No. 361 of 375 copies printed by the Castle Press. Signed by Harlow in the colophon. Descriptions of more than 80 maps of the region from 1602 to 1874. Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 1987.
  • Heckrotte, Warren with Julie Sweetkind, editors. California 49: Forty-nine Maps of California from the sixteenth century to the present. Illustrated with reproduction of maps of California and the region, mostly in color; original large fold-out in pocket at rear. Black cloth-backed color pictorial golden boards, paper spine label. Top corners bumped. San Francisco: California Map Society/The Book Club of California, 1999.
  • Tooley, R V. California as an Island (Map Collectors' Series No 8). Original printed wrappers. London: Map Collectors' Circle, 1964.
  • Virga, Vincent and Ray Jones. California: Mapping the Golden State through History: Rare and Unusual Maps from the Library of Congress. Illustrated boards, jacket. Globe Pequot Press, 2009.

Lot Amendments

Occasional bit of light wear; all volumes are near fine or better, mostly fine.

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