We went into Maps of Antiquity thinking we’d be able to pick out a souvenir map in a couple of minutes for our kids as a gift. However, the owners of the store spent 30 minutes with us picking out the perfect treasure and pirate maps that our kids will love for years to come. If you’re looking for the perfect way to remember your trip to Cape Cod (and don’t want the typical cheesy tourist souvenirs) visit Maps of Antiquity and you won’t be disappointed.
Early city views show principle buildings, fortifications and people in native dress. Item: EUR629
Early antique maps are often a good value. They provide a fascinating view of history through early place names and by showing what was important to document at that time. Item: EUR424JR
Early bird's eye views often showed fortrified towns. Item: TOW173
Some of our earliest antique maps are in surprisingly great condition. Maps were often bound or hinged into books or folios. This map of Italy – EUR703 – was printed by Munster around 1542 using drawings of the known world around the time of Christ.