Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 9/24/2019.
Charming map of New York City before consolidation - labels individual residences throughout Brooklyn, Queens, and New Jersey.
Traces the 1877 expedition of British Army officer William John Gill.
Dutch language propaganda poster created by the Wehrmacht propaganda branch.
The first French chart of the Azores made employing modern instrumentation.
16th Century Woodcut Map of Africa as Ancient Rome Knew It
A beautifully colored Zionist bird's eye view of the Holy Land.
Includes an illustration of the Pepperell Covered Bridge.
Important early Civil War Map illustrating the first major Union victory on the Mississippi River at New Madrid or the Kentucky Bend.
An Imperial Japanese map of Australia.
A wonderfully charming pictorial map of New York City featuring a devil at Hell Gate and a fishbowl for the New York Aquarium.
Indexes numerous hotels and boarding houses around California for those interested in traveling to the state by rail.
A Beautiful Map of Massachusetts Rich in Geological Data
Civil War-Era Map of Iowa as the Railroads Stab Westwards
One of the earliest obtainable English maps to name and recognize the newly created United States.
A complete set of 79th Infantry Division route maps from World War II - maps created by the soldiers for the soldiers.
Map of Central America illustrating the hotly debated Mosquito Kingdom question.
Exceptional large format Japanese map of the Philippines with detailed inset of Manila.
Exceedingly scarce poster promoting the interconnected networks of multiple airlines and shipping companies throughout the Americas.