There are many facsimiles and reproductions of this map, but originals are very rare and few come to market.
Large scale map of Long Island also showing Manhattan, Staten Island, and Hudson County in New Jersey. The longitude west of the Greenwich meridian, as well as the longitude east of Washington D.C. are both given, as well as lines of latitude and radial distances from City Hall in Manhattan at intervals of two miles. The various towns of Long Island are colored in shades of pink, yellow, and green. Highways, railroads, and important roadways are depicted throughout, with greater detail delineating individual streets in the New York City Area. The map is from the first atlas produced of Long Island. Atlas of Long Island, New York contained mainly property maps, and with its attractive and colorful plates was evidently a financial success. Its maps have been frequently reprinted in facsimile editions throughout the 20th century.