"Map of New York and Vicinity" by F.W. Beers from his "Atlas of New York and Vicinity" published by Beers, Ellis & Soule, New York 1867 nice large and colorful map showing the greater New York City area, including parts of Long Island, Westchester, Connecticut and New Jersey measures approx 30" x 28″
"New York and the Adjacent Cities" shows New York, Brooklyn and Jersey City from Johnson's "New Family Atlas" published by Johnson & Ward, New York 1864 very detailed map showing most streets, rail lines, ferry lines and Central Park nice decorative border and colors beautiful double-page map measures approx 26″ x 17″
"New York (Greater) & New York (Central)" 2 maps on one sheet by J.A. Hammerton from "Harmsworth's Atlas of the World" published by the Amalgamated Press, Ltd., London 1918 very colorful and detailed maps of the Greater New York area as well as Downtown Manhattan measures approx 14" x 9 1/2"
"New York City" with inset map of "Business Portion of New York City" from a commercial atlas produced by Rand McNally in 1897 nicely detailed and colorful map of Manhattan, showing all streets, railways, ferry lines and Central Park measures approx 19" x 26"
"Map of New York City" by E.F. Fisk (engineer) published by Fisk & Company, New York circa 1892 nicely detailed map of Manhattan, showing all streets, railways, ferry lines and Central Park prominent buildings, churches, theaters and other tourist highlights are labeled/numbered with a guide in the margins measures approx 10 1/4" x 28"
New York City from George Cram's "Unrivaled Family Atlas of the World" published in Chicago, 1898 nicely detailed map of Manhattan, showing all streets, railways, ferry lines and Central Park measures approx 14 3/4" x 21 3/4"