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ID Number: 60
Mexico, U.S. Southwest
Tegg, Thomas
1820ca
$125.
This map is undated and could have been published any time between the mid 1810s and 1830.The area covered is from present day Nicaragua to northern California. Several fictitious rivers appear in the west.

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ID Number: 83
Mexico, U.S. Southwest
Teesdale, Henry
1841
$375.
This map still shows Texas as part of Mexico, but bears the legend ""The province of Texas acknowledged an independent state by Grt. Britain, Nov. 1840". Several fictitious rivers flow from the Rockies to the Pacific. There are many place names along the California coast.

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ID Number: 133
West Indies
Brue, A.C.
1821
$165.
The map covers all of the West Indies and Central America, along with adjacent areas. Topography is shown by very fine hachure lines. Map is dated 1821 on the face and is from Brue's 1822 atlas.

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ID Number: 134
Baja California
Vandermaelen, Phillipe
1825
$285.
Phillipe Vandermaelen's atlas of 1825 - 27 was the first atlas to map the entire world on the same scale. This map is No. 58, and covers longitude W 110 to 118 degrees, using Paris as the prime meridian, and latitude N 24 to 30 degrees. Most of Baja California is depicted. This was also the first lithographic atlas.

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ID Number: 141
Mexico & West Indies
Tirion, Isaak
1745
$465.
This map shows all of Mexico and the West Indies as well as southeastern North America and South America.

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