Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 12/6/2019.
The essence of the Renaissance Humanism distilled into a single 1585 broadsheet!
Some of the earliest surviving original illustrations associated with the King Features Mickey Mouse comic series.
The earliest specific published map of Greenwich Village.
The Solar System as it was understood in the early 19th century.
Includes part of Bloomingdale Road, today known as Broadway, including Times Square.
A rare painted view of of Detroit, Michigan as it would have appeared in 1818.
Illustrates the support of European Missionaries for the Repubic of Texas before any offical recognition.
One of the earliest specific maps of the Lower East Side!
One of the few early maps to note the 18th century African American Cemetary between Duane and Reade Streets.
Marks the final resting places of both the USS Arizona and the USS Utah, two American battleships sunk during the Japanese attack on December 7, 1941.
Beautifully engraved and colored chart of the world's flags, with instructions on heraldric conventions.
Supports Pennsylvania's unresolved claim to the Upper Wyoming Valley following the Yankee-Pennamite Wars.
The first and finest scientific map of the Fiji Islands.
Scarce 1796 Chart Tracking the First British Embassy to China
Created to commemorate Harvard's tercentenary.
Rare Temperance Broadside Depicting the Transformative Powers of Alcohol
Striking view of the Battle of Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War.
Map of France's Armagnac brandy region.