Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 10/23/2018.
An extremely rare Greek view of the Greek invasion of the island of Chios in the Aegean Sea during the First Balkan War.
World War I recruiting broadside encouraging Greek-Americans to enlist.
A special edition map created for the Massachusetts pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
Labels the mission 'Tejas' from which Texas got its name.
Stunning maps of the coast of West Africa featuring speculative cartography in the interior.
Includes an inset speculating on the location of the presumed invasion of continental Europe.
Labels the Land of Liakhov, which is more widely known as the Legendary Ivory Islands.
Illustrates the territory assigned to each of the Biblical tribes of Israel.
A beautiful map of Africa predating the mid-19th century explosion of expeditions to explore the 'Dark Continent'.
A detailed map of India and the surrounding region - including the Maldives.
Rare early railroad map of New England.
Traces the first half of Stanley's first expedition across Africa from 1874 - 1877.
A calendar from 1798 including a view of Merton College in Oxford.
Depicts numerous Caribbean islands, including Martinique, Saint Lucia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
A tourist's road map of Florida - ideal for any fishing enthusiast who wants to know where to catch different species of fish.
A wonderful pictorial tourist map of the Black Hills that features illustrations of stagecoaches, cowboys, and bison.
A map of the University of California at Berkeley campus with a handwritten note on verso citing 'Good Looking Women'.
A map of the University of Hawaii at Mānoa immediately after World War II illustrating proposed construction projects.
A map of the southeastern United States published during the American Revolutionary War.