Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 8/16/2018.
Depicts both the Wabash and Erie Canal and the Miami and Erie Canal.
Illustrates the ever-expanding rail network in the region.
Includes an inset map of Charleston, South Carolina that labels Fort Sumter, where the first shots of the American Civil War were fired on April 12, 1861.
An overarching visual presentation of the state of world exploration at the beginning of the 1860s by tracing the routes of major exploration expeditions, while also illustrating the lack of knowledge with regard to the interior of Africa and the coast of Antarctica.
Two states that fought on opposite sides of the American Civil War on the eve of the outbreak of the conflagration.
Published soon after Brazil was declared a Republic.
The first map to provide Europeans with information about Korea.
The most complete illustration of Kircher's revolutionary hydro-geographic theories.
The Italian polymath Kircher's iconic map of the Earth's Volcanic Systems.
Rare separate issue map of Asia with interesting Kamtschatka content.
Fascinating manga map revealing Japanese ambitions prior to World War II.
Unusual ethographic map in mansucript.
Extemely rare nautical chart illustrating routes to St. Petersburg, Russia.
Exquisitely detailed map and view of Recife, Brazil.
An important map that helped ignite European interest in China during the 17th century.
Illustrates the Young Territory and Bexar Territory, two early counties in West Texas.
Depicts the Western Coast of England from the Lake District to Blackpool, a seaside resort town.
Mitchell's map of California with inset of the Great Salt Lake.
Depicts the ephemeral Confederate Arizona Territory and is one of the first maps to illustrate Colorado.