Towson, MD: Susannah Horrom, 2014. Paperback. Limited to 25 copies. Initialed and numbered by the artist. First trade edition. A detailed drawing of a creature that is filled with "lost things" such as keys, phones, pets, money, flashlights, time, weight, and even Atlantis. This drawing was created as part of a collaborative project sponsored by the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Guild of Bookworkers. The first printing of this map was issued exclusively for other participants in the Atlas Project 2014 in an edition of 40. From the artist's statement: "I lose things all the time. I put down a pen, sewing needle, phone, etc. - turn my head for a second - and BAM - gone. Sometimes these mysterious disappearances are due to my clepto cats, but are largely inexplicable. What is taking my eyeglasses, spare change, flashlights, postage stamps, and half of my socks? My husband? Aliens? or more likely - a giant worm-dragon-monster that lives underground and sends up tentacles to steal my stuff..." This trade edition is inkjet printed on archival paper from the original pen and ink drawing. Includes card with artist's statement and brief biography. 8.5 inches x 21 inches. PRI/123114. Fine.
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Philadelphia: 1860. A leaf from Mitchell's New General Atlas, Containing Maps of the Various Counties of the World, Plans of Cities, Etc. Embraced in Forty-Seven Quarto Maps, Forming a Series of Sevety-Six Maps and Plans, Together with Valuable Statistical Tables. Hand colored, shows settlements, railroads, canals, etc. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington, DC. Map measures 33 x 40 cm. or approximately 12.99 x 31.50 inches. Archivally matted. #54236. Near Fine.
Baltimore: Archives and Musuem Section, Records Management, 1971. Paper Wrappers. 4to. SCARCE. A reproduction of an atlas from 1877 surveyed and published under the direction of G.M. Hopkins, C.E. in Philadelphia. This is the second edition of the reproduction. Spiral bound with beige paper covers and black title to front wrapper. Clean, bright interior filled with maps. One prong on binding is pulling loose, else fine. Unpaginated (approximately 70 pages). MD/052218. Very Good.
[Philadelphia]: n.d. Hardcover. This map probably dates from around the turn of the century, but none of the bibliographic information is available as the back page of the case appears torn away. A strip of paper has abeen affixed to the back. Smith's was a well known producer of maps for the Philadelphia area. The map is paper that is mounted on a light brown linen. It fold up into its book case, which is a small octavo . The bottom half of the map has separated from the rest but it is present. There are tears along some of the creases. The book containing the map is dark brown cloth with gilt title to front cover. The binding is well worn, with two tears to the spine and the inside of the spine pulled away and visible when the back cover is opened. MAPS/012010. Good.