It’s that time of year– time to relax in your coziest clothes, with a nice warm beverage, and hunker down…. so you can enjoy our Autumn newsletter for 2015!
In this newsletter you will learn some map terminology, read about the Mapping Manhattan book in our book review, and also plan your holiday shopping using our helpful shipping timeline!
One of the newest additions to our shop and website: REP340 Manhattan Then and Now Reproduction
If you haven’t subscribed to our newsletter, you can do so from the “Welcome” page or any of the shopping pages of our website. While you are anxiously awaiting the next newsletter, please peruse our highly entertaining and informative Autumn 2015 Newsletter.
This traditional “Cape Cod” house on Main St in Chatham,Ma is situated in a beautiful garden setting. The main floor houses a huge,and fascinating collection of antique maps and reproductions. The owner, Bob and his staff are very professional and knowledgable and the maps can be matted and framed on the premises and shipped wherever needed. I found two beautiful antique maps of Ireland, but came home with a whole wish list of maps i NEED in the future. Upstairs there are guest rooms which we were privileged to stay in. Comfortable,clean and in a perfect location to Chatham and all fun places in Cape Cod. I especially loved the window seat over looking Bob’s beautiful gardens. We arranged our stay through sales and service manager Marisa who is as gracious as she is lovely. Many thanks to all,it was a wonderful experience.
Lake Saint Louis, Missouri
Reviewed September 16, 2015
Spent more time than we had planned simply because there are so many interesting maps! there is something for everyone and every price point, from small reproductions to huge antiques, even antique postcards. Owner is very knowledgeable. He took extra care rolling and wrapping our purchases for air travel back home.
Reviewed November 2, 2015
This just in! A late 1800s copy of the Southack Map from 1710!
We are excited to offer this 1890 copy of the 1710 “Southack Map”! It has a great style and shows from New York, and Long Island, to Cape Cod and Boston. See it here: