Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 8/14/2018.
Magnificent 19th century view of White Plains - one of only 3 known examples.
The most iconic image of the creation of the Confederate States of America.
The best Civil War era map of Atlanta, Georgia.
llustrates Ulysses S. Grant's Overland Campaign from Washington, D.C. to General Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House.
Rare Civil War map of the Battle of Vicksburgh from Spangenberg manuscript.
Illustrates the Union victory at Fort Donelson - one of Ulysses S. Grant's first victories in the American Civil War.
Probably the first detailed map of Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, since West Virginia had only officially been a state since June 1863.
Created soon after the beginning of the Battle of Peleliu - the bitterest battle of the war for the Marines.
Illustrates the blockade of the Japanse home islands - references the Twenty-First Bomber Command.
A map of the Allied invasion of the Balkans - that never happened.
Depicts the Allied advance into Germany as a red flood over gray land.
Nautical Chart depicting Alabama's Mobile Bay.
Horsburgh's most desirable map of Singapore and Malacca Straits.
Rare separate issue nautical chart centered on Hilton Head Island.
Created by one of the most innovative tourism companies in history : Thomas Cook and Son.
A game which was included with a purchase of Weston's English Quality Biscuits in 1933.
Depicts the Pembina Region - the portion of the Minnesota Territory that fell unorganized after Minnesota's statehood in 1858.
Illustrates the region soon after the outbreak of the American Civil War.
Creates a visual comparison of the industrial strength of the North versus the weakness of the South in relation to the number of constructed and proposed railroad lines.