Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 6/25/2019.
Printed soon after the Allied liberation of Rome and the D-Day landings in Normandy.
The most complete illustration of Kircher's revolutionary hydro-geographic theories.
The Italian polymath Kircher's iconic map of the Earth's Volcanic Systems.
One of the first separately issued pictorial maps published in the United States.
A 19th century map of the Lenox Hill neighborhood in Manhattan that traces the neighborhood's development.
A map of Hell's Kitchen that traces the development of the neighborhood.
North America between the French and Indian War and the American Revolution.
A bird's-eye-view of electric and steam railroads in turn of the century New England.
Very attractive and detailed railroad route map of the Western United States.
The edition of Colton's map of Florida published by Johnson and Browning.
Includes vignettes of Florida State University, the University of Tampa, and the University of Miami.
A popular summer camp destination!
A road map of Cape Cod highlighting the 'best routes' to take by car.
A highly detailed map of Alaska just before the United States entered World War II.
An rare city map of Toulouse, France, a city which dates back to Roman times.
A most important map of eastern Canada detailing British settlement and colonization in the early 19th century.
A wonderful map of Little Italy, Nolita, and part of Soho that traces the history of these neighborhoods.
Depicts the neighborhood as it was in the 1790s: dominated by the Common Lands and long before Central Park was even conceived.
Highlights Mount Morris Park, which hosted the Harlem Cultural Festival, known as the Black Woodstock, in 1969.