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OLD 1860 JOHNSONíS COLOR MAP OF CENTRAL AMERICA



This is a fine old map about 14.5 x 18" neatly removed from an 1860 atlas published by Johnson & Browning in Richmond, Virginia. The states / provinces of the Central American countries are colored in with green, pink, & yellow, and the countries themselves are outlined in darker red. A complete description of this map follows:

Johnson's CENTRAL AMERICA (countries of Guatemala, Honduras, San Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama) by Johnson & Browning, with five inset maps: The Istmus of Panama, Harbor of San Juan de Nicaragua, The Nicaragua Route, The City of Panama, Manzanilla I., Aspinwall City, & Navy Bay. Page No. 57 as published in:

JOHNSON'S NEW ILLUSTRATED (STEEL PLATE) FAMILY ATLAS, With Descriptions, Geographical, Statistical, And Historical. Compiled, Drawn, and Engraved Under The Supervision Of J.H. Colton And A.J. Johnson. Published by Johnson And Browning, Formerly (Successors To J.H. Colton And Company,) Tenth Street (Second Door from Main), RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, 1860. Entered ... One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty, by Johnson & Browning ... Virginia. Printed by Charles H. Wynne, 94 Main Street, Richmond, VA.

Map has a few light stains & spots, and some wear around the edges (bent lower left corner), but the map is otherwise in quite good condition as shown in scan. The reverse side is blank. This map would be quite displayable if matted and framed. Scan is made with the map INSIDE its protective plastic sleeve. Scan shows the full size map & enlarged detail.

Price= $45.00



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