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Map, Connecticut, Greenwich, Stamford, Set of 4, Antique Prints, 1890


Miller Robbins, Jr. & Forsey Breou, C. E. (surveyors)
A. H. Mueller (lithographer)
Road and Property Map showing the Towns of Stamford and Greenwich Conn. Together with Surrounding Territory
Miller Robbins, Jr. & Co., New York City: 1890
Hand-colored lithographs
24.5 x 35 inches, image each section
28 x 36 inches, overall each section
$2,800 set of 4

Very detailed huge wall map in four sections of Greenwich and Stamford, Connecticut, with surrounding towns. Names of the owners of various properties shown. Various tones of outline and shading color. Key for stores and dwellings, barns and stables, gas mains, water mains, sewer, steam railroad, horsecar railroad, public roads, private and proposed roads, churches, schools, cemeteries, factories and public buildings. Water depth indicated for Long Island Sound.

Full publication information: A.H. Mueller, 530 Locust Street, Philadelphia; Miller Robbins Jr. & Co., 36 Vesey St., New York City.

Condition: Four sections, formerly folded, as issued. Generally very good, the colors overall bright, with some toning and wear. Later flattened and backed on linen and bordered in blue selvedge, some wear and creases at folds, slight separations, minor losses at intersections restored.


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19th Century