Our Antique Prints – Natural History section provides ideas for everyone who enjoys nature. This Item F112 , a hand-colored lithograph from the early 1800's, offers one of the many affordable and unusual gift options.
This famous Melish map of the United States is one of the few maps that does not carry the distinctive border of historical information. The map shows Missouri and Illinois as states, but Michigan and Arkansas and the remainder of the west are not yet even territories. Item#: USA085.
Lavoisne Atlases were produced in the early 1800's and known for their colorful maps bordered on three sides by rich detail of current cultural, and military, socio economic, geographic and meteological information. Published by Carey and Son, the engraved maps were hand-colored in the four distinctive colors of the time. This world map is Item #: WOR087.
This custom made coffee table with a laser imprint of Eldridge's famous "Chart C" can take you places! Individually produced with your favorite map, these sturdy hardwood tables are varnished and ready to use and admire. Item# TAB001
Whether you are interested in Irish or Scottish family roots or simply enjoy colorful and historic maps, these two maps are rich in detail, showing locations of families. Available as originals or high quality reproductions. Ireland Original: EUR954, Reproduction: REP271BPEUR, Scotland Original: EUR953, Reproduction: REP270BPEUR.
High quality reproduction maps can be produced in a variety of custom sizes.
Large antique nautical chart of Long Island Sound, by the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1855. With inset of Manhattan and New York Harbor. See NAU152.
We recently added a large selection of natural history prints, especially birds, seashells, and botanicals. While we have plenty more items to add to this section, we hope you will find something that interests you. Our framing department is happy to provide you with a variety of conservation framing and matting options.
Hand Colored Antique Comparative Map, by Anthony Finley's, 1827. See COM003.
Antique Blue Back Nautical Chart by Imray, 1878, includes 11 inset maps of Cay West ( Key West ), Tortugas Cays, Havana, Cadenas, Nuevitas, Nassau, New Providence, Crooked Island and more, colored light house and channel markers. See CAR008.
Map of West Indies and Central America with Mexico on reverse side, 1874. See CAM087.
Stunningly detailed map of downtown Plymouth, Plate 3 from the 1903 Plymouth County Atlas, Massachusetts, outlining properties, owners, streets, businesses and more, triple page map, 20 x 47 inches. See MAS893.
Hand colored antique map of Brooklyn, showing details of streets and avenues, as well as Prospect Park, Greenwood Cemetery, and Washington Park. See NYO326.
Antique highway map of Long Island, printed color. See NYO327.
Great representation of Long Island, George's Bank, and Cape Cod and the Islands, with insets of Halifax Harbor, Buzzards' Bay, and Boston Harbor. By Edmund Blunt, 1828, with additions to 1847. See NAU101.
Antique street map of Boston before the Fill, with inset of surrounding counties, harbor and islands. See TOW179.
Includes Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, plus Long Island, Westchester County and other Eastern New York State Counties, 1884. See NEW054.
Two antique folding city plans of Boston Proper, in book-like cover. The first map, "Plan of Boston Proper Showing Changes in Street and Wharf Lines 1795 to 1895" by Charles Perkins for George Walker, 1895, shows Boston before the Fill. See TOW155.
Hand Colored Antique Map of England and Wales, from Hermann Moll's "The World Described", London, 1710. See EUR334JR.
Black and white engraved antique Nautical Chart of the English Channel, from Nicolas Tindal's continuation of Rapin de Thoyras "The History of England", vol. III, London, 1744. The chart is by R. W. Seale in the "portalano" style, emphasizing coastal features. With insets of Isles of Scilly, Falmouth Haven, Plymouth Sound, and the Isle of Wight and adjacent Harbours. See EUR183JR.
Hand colored antique map of the Town of Chatham, Massachusetts, with inset of the Village of North Chatham, from the Atlas of Barnstable County by Walker, 1880. See MAS765.
Beautifully hand colored in muted tones of gray-blue, soft greens and umber, original antique coastal chart of Monomoy Harbor and Chatham, matted and framed. See GFT109.
Framed black and white engraved antique map of New England, includes Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine to Penobscot, as well as New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. From the Gazzettiere Americano, 1763, based on Bellin, circa 1757. See NEW052FYAR.