New York: J. T. Lloyd, 1862. 46" x 30". A large linen-backed folding map first issued in 1861, then 1862, and last issued in 1863 taken from Boye's map of 1828 and extensively revised. Each county is in color. This version was intended for use by Union military officer's and bears the printed notation "This is the only map used to plan campaigns in Virginia by Gen. McClellan". The map is mounted in embossed brown cloth covers measuring 4.5" x 7.25", and the front board is titled in gold Lloyd's $100,000 Topographical Map of Virginia. This copy has contemporary ink notations on the front pastedown indicating battles and movements corresponding to marks on the map. The front board is detached but the map remains in very good condition. Estimate: $800 - up. Included in Heritage Auctions’ Rare Books Auction #6064, February 8-9, 2012, in Beverly Hills.