Original Maps & Documents

An extensive collection of rare original maps and documents of the Republic of Texas and the early years of Statehood as well as
other treasures from our rich American History.

Original Maps & Documents There are 7 products.

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  • Bearing the Official Paper Seal of the Republic of Texas approximately 18" x 24" framed Framing may vary. Please contact the gallery for description. This very rare German Immigration Agreement bears the Official Paper Seal of the Republic of Texas and is signed by the Consulate to the Republic of Texas in Antwerp. Published accounts throughout Europe...

  • Emblems of IndependenceOriginal 19th Century Texas Banknote Framed with an Antique Map Replica Framed in darkwood, approximately 26" x 24" Denominatons of original banknotes may vary as well as custom framing. Please contact the gallery for descriptions. As an independent country - the only American state with that distinction - Texas issued its own...

  • approximately 36" x 28" framed Framing may vary. Please contact gallery for description. With the Butterfield Stage Route Circa 1861, Johnson and WardThe Butterfield Overland Mail Route,  St. Louis to San Francisco in 25 Days FlatSeptember, 1858 through February, 1861An attempt to solve the pressing need for rapid transportation of mail – and the...

  • Including the Forts & Army Posts in West Texas & New Mexico Published by the Bureau of Topographic Engineers.  Circa 1857, Washington Framed in darkwood, approximately 29" x 40" This map provides a wealth of information, clearly presented, for the earliest towns, roads and railways in Texas. West of Austin and Ft. Worth, however, the map gets...

  • Original Map of Mexico or New Spain In which the motions of Cortez may be traced Circa 1793, By T. Kitchin, London Hydrographer to his Majesty Framing may vary. Please contact the gallery for description. The Spanish Conquistadors had established control of the American Southwest centuries before the other European powers and before the American...

  • Original Map of Mexico or New Spain In which the motions of Cortez may be traced Circa 1793, By T. Kitchin, London Hydrographer to his Majesty approximately 24" x 26" framed Framing may vary. Please contact the gallery for description. The Spanish Conquistadors had established control of the American Southwest centuries before the other European powers...

  • By John Tallis, London Circa 1842 Framing may vary. Please contact the gallery for description. This fine English map of the Republic of Texas, California and Mexico shows Texas at its largest extent, including Santa Fe and the Green Mountains. Some unusual Texas towns are designated – Swartwout, Nashville, Waco Village, Bevilport, Lavala, Texana, Fort...

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