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Auction 123, Lot 328

"Texas", Flemming, Carl

Subject: Texas

Period: 1843 (circa)


Color: Hand Color

12.5 x 15.6 inches
31.8 x 39.6 cm

This scarce German map, a reduced version of Arrowsmith's 1841 Republic of Texas map, shows the full extent of Texas's claims to the region of the upper Rio Grande, including Santa Fe, Taos and Albuquerque. The detailed map identifies many roads, rivers, towns and forts. Thirty land districts are outlined and named in a table at the top right corner. The northern panhandle is divided into 12 sections, with the German notation (copied from Arrowsmith) that the land was well wooded and watered. Inset with a small map of Galveston Bay in the lower left.


Condition: A

A very good example with original outline color in the map and printed color in the Gulf. Narrow, but adequate margin at bottom as issued. Left margin with one short tear, not affecting the map.

Estimate: $900 - $1,000

Sold for: $1,600

Closed on 2/20/2008