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    Vereinigte Staaten vo Nord America: Californien, Texas und die Territorien New Mexico u[nd] Utah den neustren Hulfsmitteln gezeich vo J. Grassl, 1852. From an edition of Joseph Meyer's Neuester Zeitungs-Atlas, Germany, 1852. 12" x 9.5", hand-colored engraving. With a distorted rendering of California, wherein its border south of Oregon is skewed to the west. Additionally, California's "Gold Region" is clearly labeled and outline in yellow. The state of Texas is also rendered distortedly; it is outlined and colored in pink and the various major locales are marked: "S. Anfelipe [sic] de Austin", "S. Antonio de Baxar", "Austins Grant". In very good condition, save a few spots, small chips along left margin, and a few minor instances of dampstaining along margins.

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    December, 2007
    1st-3rd Saturday-Monday
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