Collection of 4 Limited Edition
Historic Texas Maps
A special bundle of four historic Texas maps. Each is a high quality giclee art print limited to just 254 copies.
Greenleaf's 1840 Map of Texas - The "Milk and Honey" map of Texas. It is one of the first maps to delinate the individual counties, showing the thirty earliest. A stunningly colorful view of the Republic that will make you do a double-take. 20.5 by 24 inches.
1872 Texas Cattle Trail Map - A legendary rarity. This is the first time it has ever been reprinted. This map was originally issued by the Kansas Pacific Railway to show trail drivers the shortest route to their railhead. An original would set you back $5,000-10,000. 18 by 23 inches.
1836 Mitchell-Young Map of Texas - The "Powder Keg" map of Texas. Meant as an emigrant's map, providing would-be Texians with hard to find information about the province and its settlements. Map of choice for travelors to Texas during the Republic era. 24 by 20.25 inches.
1861 Birds Eye View of Texas - Our Lone Star State as you have never seen her. By far the finest view of Texas produced during the Civil War. The originals are in high demand among collectors and fetch over $15,000 at auction. 29 by 21 inches.
They will arrive at your door safe and sound, rolled in a sturdy tube.