ANTIQUE INDEPENDENCE DAY MAPS

Happy birthday, America! You don't look a day over 200.
Celebrate this 4th of July with an antique map of The United States. Some of our U.S. maps actually predate the signing of the Declaration of Independence, like this exquisite piece by Robert de Vaugondy, circa 1755, which was the basis for this map by Thomas Kitchen, published in 1785. Track the growth of this great nation as it expands to the South and then to the West. Whatever your preferred era of American history, our antique maps have you covered from sea to shining sea

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Bastille Day En France
On July 14, Bastille Day, the French celebrate their independence from the Monarchy and the beginning of the French Revolution.  We have many maps of France that predate the Revolution, in some cases by centuries, such as Strabo's 1542 Tabula Galliae, France. Our more recent maps of France such as the 1826 piece by Finley, pictured above, outline each department.

A JULY BIKE RIDE

... be sure to wear a helmet.
For our cycling enthusiasts, we have antique bike maps of New England, as well as wildly amusing prints from way back when the bicycle was still a curious, newfangled contraption. 

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OUTFITTING A SUMMER COTTAGE?
Our newest assortment of map and chart coffee tables and side tables are custom designed to capture your favorite places. Having paired with local printers and artisans, we now brag that we can put any map in the public domain on just about any flat surface-- from fabric to tiles! 

COME FOR THE MAPS, STAY FOR THE OLDE CAPE COD CHARM
As many of our clients know, the fully restored 18th-century structure that houses Maps of Antiquity also offers three cozy, affordable guest rooms. Summer is in full bloom on Cape Cod, so secure your reservations today! We're so pleased to be able to offer map-enthusiasts from out of town a place to hang their hats, and we hope to see you this season. Book early to avoid disappointment-- we're filling up fast!



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1409 Main Street, Chatham, MA 02633 

Open Most Days Year-round. Hours: 
10am - 5pm Mon. to Sat.  and 12 - 5 pm Sundays. Extra hours are available by appointment.



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Best of Boston Home 2017 Winner Best Antiques on Cape Cod



Thank you so much to all of you, our wonderful customers, who made it possible for us to win Best Antiques on Cape Cod from Best of Boston Home® 2017!  



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NOW CELEBRATING 10 YEARS IN CHATHAM



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Our commitment to you: At Maps of Antiquity, we sell both antique maps and reproductions.  We guarantee that our antique maps are authentic antiques.  Our description for each item is designated as an antique or reproduction.  We also try to provide sorting options to allow you to look at antique maps only.  If this is your preference, select one of the yellow tabs on the left side of each page that includes the word, “antique”.





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Maps of Antiquity is located on Cape Cod
Generally open 10-5
Phone: 508-945-1660

1409 Main Street (Route 28)
Chatham, Massachusetts 02633



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