Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 5/24/2018.
A map of Sri Lanka during the time of Portuguese rule.
A detailed map that was prepared for the United States Pacific Railway Commission.
A view of Lisbon before the devastating earthquake of 1755 which destroyed almost the entire city.
Illustrates the first thorough survey by a Western explorer of part of Tibet and Xinjian, China.
A scarce nautical chart of Vineyard Haven, Martha's Vineyard.
Depicts several rail lines in Georgia that were operating in the 1840s.
Depicts the Illinois and Michigan Canal which helped establish Chicago as a transportation hub before railroads became the dominant form of transportation.
Illustrates the Wabash and Erie Canal - the longest fabricated structure in the United States.
Includes a railroad from Asheville, North Carolina to Knoxville, Tennessee.
A first-hand accounting of a 'hitherto blank piece of country' created in the early 20th century.
An early map of the Bermejo River by Captain Henry Bolland - an expert on the navigation of South American rivers.
Illustrates early British expeditions into Tibet - which foreigners were then forbidden to enter.
Nautical chart of the Mississippi River Delta.
Triangulation chart of part of South Carolina's coast near Charleston.
Coast Survey chart of Ponce de Leon Inlet in Florida - formerly known as Mosquito Inlet.
Beautiful nautical chart detailing part of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Two months before the Allied victory in North Africa, thoughts of invading Europe are still on everyone's mind.
Details the presumed Allied invasion of the Balkans - printed one day before the actual invasion of Sicily.
Provides an incredible visual summary of combat on the Eastern Front through the beginning of May 1943.
Illustrates the rail line constructed by the colonial British in modern-day Zimbabwe in the hopes of exporting large quantities of gold.