Captain John Smith’s Map of Virginia

A beautiful engraving of Virginia by Captain John Smith during his adventures in Jamestown, Virginia. It features a brave in the upper right hand side and Chief Powhatan with his children and wives in a grass hut on the left. Jamestown is marked along with Captain’s Smith explorations. [Read more…]

Small Yellow Pine Cupboard

“What a cool little cupboard.” This delightfully, petite cupboard made out of yellow pine. Originally built during the second half of the 19th century, this piece was built for rugged use and has survived in amazingly good condition. [Read more…]

Coastal Virginia Huntboard

Coastal Virginia Huntboard

An incredibly rare coastal Virginia huntboard or sideboard. This is one of the finest Virginia pieces we have had in years.

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Train Bell

Train or Ship Bell

A wonderful, brass bell that most likely came from a steam locomotive. Made somewhere around the turn of the 20th century, this piece looks great. It has a strong, clear tone when rung. [Read more…]

Virginia Chest

Virginia Chest

This outstanding walnut chest of drawers was most likely made in the Western part of the state, perhaps near Winchester. Overall, it is a beautiful chest and has wonderful walnut graining. [Read more…]

City of Richmond, VA

City of Richmond, VA

A beautifully hand colored image of Richmond from Harpers Weekly. The frame is 27.5″ long and 21″ deep. This was printed in 1862 and was well taken care of.

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Map of Virginia by Capt. John Smith (SOLD)

Map of Virginia by Capt. John Smith, Circa 1819

This is a copy of the map of Virginia out of Captain John Smith’s 2 volume series that he published in the 1620’s.  It was reproduced from the original plates in 1819 in Richmond, Virginia.

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Map of Virginia

Map of Virginia, Circa 1827

A nice map of Virginia from 1827.  The frame is 20 x 17.25″. It has been professionally framed.  Look at Chesterfield County.

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