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Cartographer: Johannes Metellus
Title: : Granata Nova et California
Date: 1598      Size: 9 x 8 inches
Published: Cologne
Description: California and the Southwest. RARE piece from Acosta's "De Natura Nova Orbis". [Burden 120]
Map Ref: USA5643
Cartographer: Robert Morden
Title: : New Mexico vel New Granata et Marata et California
Date: 1688      Size: 6 x 7 inches
Published: London
Description: Early miniature map of the American Southwest showing California as an island with a panel of descriptive text below. Coloured. [Burden 654, State 1]
Map Ref: USA8592
Cartographer: Heinrich Scherer
Title: : Delineatio Nova Et Vera Partis Australis Novi Mexici
Date: c. 1700      Size: 14 x 9 inches
Published: Munich
Description: Baja California and contiguous Mexico from the information of Fra. Eusebio Kino, a Jesuit Missionary credited with ending the California as an Island myth.
Map Ref: USA8598
Cartographer: Eusebio Francisco Kino
Title: : Tabula Californiae
Date: 1726      Size: 9 x 15 inches
Published: Augsburg
Description: This is the larger and rarer version of Kino's landmark map of California which rejoins it to the mainland. It shows the whole of the Baja Peninsula as well as the headwaters of the Colorado.
Map Ref: USA9119
Cartographer: Miguel Venegas
Title: : Mapa de la California
Date: 1757      Size: 12 x 15 inches
Published: Madrid
Description: The most decorative of the Eusebio Kino California maps with beautiful figurative borders. Based on contemporary Jesuit sources.
Map Ref: USA7955
Cartographer: Isaac Tirion
Title: : Kaart van het Westelyk Gedeelte van Nieuw Mexico en van California
Date: 1765      Size: 14 x 13 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: Lower California and the Baja Peninsula as far north as San Diego by Isaac Tirion, a Dutch mapmaker and bookseller. Jesuit missions and outposts are prominently marked on the map. Bright original hand-colour.
Map Ref: USA9050
Cartographer: Robert de Vaugondy
Title: : Carte de la Californie
Date: 1772      Size: 12 x 12 inches
Published: Paris
Description: California and the North West Passage. Coloured.
Map Ref: USA7711
Cartographer: Eusebio Francisco Kino
Title: : Passage Par Terre a La Californie
Date: c. 1785      Size: 8 x 9 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Late French rendition of the important map by Eusebio Kino (1645-1711) showing that California is part of the mainland from the Atondo Expedition (1683–1685) with Spanish Admiral Isidro de Atondo y Antillón (1639-85).
Map Ref: USA7212
Cartographer: Philippe Vandermaelen
Title: : Nouvelle Californie
Date: 1825      Size: 22 x 18 inches
Published: Brussels
Description: Map of the California coast centring on San Francisco Bay and going from Monterey to C.St. Sebastian. (N.46) (SL)
Map Ref: USA8190
Cartographer: Philippe Vandermaelen
Title: : Amer. Sep. Partie de la Vieille Californie
Date: 1827      Size: 23 x 20 inches
Published: Brussels
Description: Baja Califonia's southern most tip. Original colour. No. 65. (SL)
Map Ref: USA7677
Cartographer: Philippe Vandermaelen
Title: : Amer. Sep. De La Vieille Californie
Date: 1827      Size: 23 x 20 inches
Published: Brussels
Description: Baja California and the adjacent coast of Mexico. Sheet 58 of Vandermaelen's enormous map of the world. Original colour. (SL)
Map Ref: USA2006
Cartographer: Philippe Vandermaelen
Title: : Amer. Sep. Partie de la Vieille Californie
Date: 1827      Size: 23 x 18 inches
Published: Brussels
Description: Southern California, Arizona and part of Mexico. (53) (SL)
Map Ref: USA4001
Cartographer: P.M. McGill
Title: : Map of Fort Hill
Date: 1847      Size: 9 x 13 inches
Published: New York
Description: Fort Hill, Monterey. From a government report describing gold discoveries in California.
Map Ref: USA6753
Cartographer: Lt. George Horatio Derby
Title: : General Riley's Route
Date: 1849      Size: 20 x 22 inches
Published: New York
Description: A black and white sketch map showing General Riley's route through the Mining Districts from Monterey to Sacramento.
Map Ref: USA7865
Cartographer: Ensign's & Thayer
Title: : Map of the Gold Regions of California Showing the Routes via Chagres and Panama, Cape Horn, &c.
Date: 1849      Size: 21 x 29 inches
Published: New York
Description: Rare broadsheet map of California published in 1849 at the start of the California Gold Rush to show the various routes to the West. Original hand-colour. [Framed]
Map Ref: USA9003
Cartographer: Cadwalader Ringgold
Title: : General Chart - Farallones Entrance to the Bay of San Francisco
Date: 1850      Size: 30 x 20 inches
Published: Washington, D.C.
Description: San Francisco Bay to Sacramento. Chart incorporating the latest surveys. (SL)
Map Ref: USA6866