Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 8/16/2018.
One of only 2 known examples of this exceptional Civil War Recruitment Poster for the 56th Pennsylvania Regiment.
The most important pre-construction view of the Statue of Liberty.
The only 'realistic' view of the most notorious Anderson confederate Civil War Prison.
Rare bird's-eye view of Williams College campus.
Rare bird's-eye view of the University of Michigan campus.
Stunning 18th century flag chart identifing the flags of the Dutch East India Company and Dutch West India Company.
The finest map of St. Pierre Island in the mid-19th century with manuscript notes relating the French Atlantic Telegraph.
One of the earliest published maps of the lower Mississippi Valley.
Includes a fantastic illustration of the legendary Mines de St. Barbe / Santa Barbara silver mines.
A charming broadside promoting Martha's Vineyard as a vacation destination - the only known example.
The world as it was at the outset of American combat operations during World War II.
Beautiful nautical chart detailing the entrance to San Francisco Bay before the Golden Gate Bridge was built.
Incredible coastal detail - including the James, York, and Rappahannock Rivers.
An incredible large format separate issue nautical chart of the entrance to San Francisco Bay.
A separate issue edition of an attractive nautical chart of southern California.
Important Japanese Map of Singapore issued just after the WWII Battle of Singapore, considered by Churchill the 'worse disaster' in British Military History.
A set of iconic American World War II propaganda broadside maps 'targeting' Berlin and Tokyo.
Players go on a transcontinental journey across the United States - and the first one back home wins!