Most recently added antique and rare maps as of 3/29/2020.
A highly influential early map of the Americas.
A Masterfully Engraved, Influential and Entertaining Map of Africa.
A Superbly Engraved and detailed map of Asia.
An Italian propaganda map highlighting the Asian situation during the Second Sino-Japanese War.
A Beautifully Engraved Record of Cook's 1769 Passage around Tierra del Fuego.
Illustrates Havana at the apex of Cuban-American relations.
The Most Distant island Mapped in Ptolemy's Era
The vicinity of the Capital of Quebec in the Colonial Era
Issued in the final days of Old Shangai just after the January 28 Incident or Shanghai Incident.
Published soon after the end of the Second French Intervention in Mexico in 1867.
The War that created Hong Kong!
Includes profile views of the three isthmuses of Central America.
Presents Communist China to 1960s American schoolchildren.
A rare piece of history that harkens back to the rest and relaxation periods offered to Allied troops serving in the Pacific during World War II.
Details a provincial capital just south of the Mekong Delta.
One-of-a-kind early map of Denver, Colorado, with mauscript additions relating to the city's development as a national railroad hub.
Illustrates the Republic of Texas the year before it joined the United States and the Oregon border dispute between the United States and Canada.
A real estate map of Wheaton, Illinois featuring a profile illustration of Wheaton College.
The earliest obtainable example of the first map to introduce four fictional islands in Lake Superior. Islands later used to draw the post-Revolutionary War US-Canada border.