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Antique World Maps

Blaeu's antique map of the world circa 1664

We have many styles and sizes of Antique World maps. Click below to see our antique world page for all your choices. There were just too many to display on this screen.

Antique City MapsDozens of different cities at different dates

If you live in a major city, we probably have an antique map for it. Click on the link below to see our selection of antique city maps. The example pictured above is Charleston..

The Carolinas
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The US in 1884
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Bermuda around 1797
First map of Florida
Early map of the Great Lakes
Antique map of North Carolina copyright 1903, reprinted in 1911
Europ in 1670
Antique map of Hawaii
The Holy Land map as of 1650
Colonial America in 1718
18th Century New England
Early map of North America
Puerto Rico and the Antilles
Wesyt Indies in 1688
Battles of the Civil War
South East in 1606
The Island of St Thomas in the 18th century
Treasure map
Boston Harbor 1775
The Pacific in 1589
Atlantic Ocean circa 1650
Meixco in 1826Mexico in 1826
The United States of Mexico
Antique Map Reproductions from The Map Shop We carry a large variety of antique map reproductions.  We have just a few of the Antique map reproductions we carry pictured below. Most are from the 1800's. Sure these aren't REAL antique maps, but neither are the "antique" maps you see framed for hundreds of dollars in gift shops. What we carry are quality reproductions of antique maps that will grace the wall of your home and be an elegant edition to any room. However, if you want a real antique map, we can verify these are good people to work with at V & J Duncan in Savannah. or  Send us an inquiry. If you can not find the antique map you want, maybe you can find it at the Library of Congress on their search page. Then just email us the URL and we'll download it and plot it for you at high resolution. Just email mapguy@mapshop.com and we'll quote it for you..