Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 4/21/2018.
One of the most important and influential Chinese issued maps of the Qing Empire. Issued to memorialize the reign of the Jiaqing Emperor and celebrate the coming Daoguang reign.
Fascinating map the divides the world into terrestrial and maritime hemispheres and argues for a Paris Prime Meridian.
Unusual dual purpose map illustrating both American Indian lands and Quaker annual meetings.
Most important late 18th century map of Cuba. Illustrates the Spanish Treasure Fleet wreck of the 'Santiago el Grande.'
World War II Allied target map of Tsingtao. This map is unique and unlike any others we were able to locate.
Japanese World War II map illustrating Japanese imperial ambition in the Americas.
Map illustrating the fading French Louisiana just before the Louisiana Purchase.
Labels the home of the Dalai Lama and the Great Wall of China.
A charming pictorial map of Greenwich Village - labels New York University and the Whitney Museum.
Map illustrating the Bordeaux Wine Region and neighboring Armagnac Region.
Features a gorgeous depiction of the Amazon River Basin.
Employs a mountain range to separate the Amazon and Paraguay Rivers - unlike most other maps of South America from this era.
One of the rarest and most desriable U.S. Coast Survey maps of the Chesapeake Bay.
Labels Albany, Louisiana - 'A shipping point of some note' in 1860.
Illustrates how land was surveyed in the State of Michigan.
Highlights improvements for travelers between New York City and Boston following the opening of the Stonington Line.
Features early county configuration. Predates West Virginia.