Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 8/22/2019.
Strange Arabic- Boston imprint from first wave of Islamic immigration to the United States.
First edition of Hill's iconic 'Launching Print' View of Portland Maine.
Paris after the Haussmann Renovations at the height of the Second Empire.
Full color foe of Dover, New Hampshire!
An extremely rare map illustrating early gerrymandering in New Hampshire.
Features manuscript notations detailing ammunition dumping and military exercises.
A pictorial map of Iran published either by or for the U.S. military.
Highlights several important locations during the first year of the Russo-Turkish War of 1787 - 1792.
A comical pictorial tourist map of New York City highlighting all of the city's iconic landmarks - and it's now closed automats!
Illustrates in detail the Himalayan region in the vicinity of Mount Everest and includes manuscript notations about a trek!
A wonderfully detailed map of Saint Paul, Minnesota.
A city map of Budapest during a time of political upheaval following the end of World War I.
A French edition of Joshua Fisher's chart of Delaware Bay, considered to be one of the most important maps of the vicinity of Philadelphia ever produced.
The first accurate map of the interior of Burma!
Published during the Austro-Turkish War.
Highlights the progress of the Allied push against Japan in the Pacific all the while getting closer to Japan itself.
A map of the Rhine River and the Electorate of Cologne, one of the many administrative divisions of the Holy Roman Empire.
One of the most popular Johnson maps among American Southwest aficionados.