Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 5/24/2018.
Printed a week after the Allies secured the surrender of German and Italian forces in North Africa.
Possibly the first printed specific map of the St Kilda archipelago in Scotland.
The first offical large format plan of Washington D.C.!
A Portuguese broadside celebrating the Japanese invasion and capture of Singapore.
Scathing critique on the effects of the 1921 Treaty of Trianon on Hungarian private shipping companies.
Printed a week after the Japanese invasion of Luzon.
Published a week after American forces landed on Leyte and returned to the Philippines.
Propaganda map emphasizing the importance of Alaska in the fight against Japan.
The summer supply route between the United States and Russia through the Arctic Circle.
Five presumed options for the Allied invasion of continental Europe - where would they decide to land troops?
Includes an incredible view of an imagined Nazi aerial attack on Gibraltar.
Illustrates the final stages of Allied victory in North Africa against Erwin Rommel and the Afrika Korps.
Labels all of the military installations in the continental United States from coast to coast.
Highly detailed ribbon map of the Hudson River Valley.
One of the most graphically striking maps of the San Francisco Bay area.
Extremely rare and impressively large 18th century map of Mallorca Spain.
Rare Spanish nautical chart of the Balearic Islands.
Historically significant exploration map of the American West including John Jacob Astor's Astoria trading post.
Scarce dual map showing Manhattan and Brooklyn.