Good day, governor, fancy a spot of tea? Want to solve the mystery of Jack the Ripper? Hang out in old Victorian England? See where Sherlock Holmes hung out? Well, this is the map for you! A beautiful piece of work suitable for use as a poster map or a beautiful computer background.Antique Maps XX - London of the 1800's details London as Understood in 1860. This beautiful... [click here for more]
"Good morning, your Majesty. As you requested, I have procured a chart detailing the approaches to Macao and Hong Kong. I'm certain this chart will be most informative."
Wishing to explore Hong Kong and Macao in the early 1800's? Taking your elder vampire through a flashback to his wild days in Hong Kong? Then this map is a must for you! This is beautiful piece of work suitable... [click here for more]
Bonjour, Monsieur. And welcome to Paris. Be sure to stop by one of our local bakeries and have some croissant. This evening's skies should make for a wonderful stroll along the Seine. A beautiful piece of work suitable for use as a poster map or a beautiful computer background.Antique Maps XXIV - Paris of the 1700's details Paris as understood by the Dauphin. This beautiful... [click here for more]
Bon jour! Welcome, to Quebec! Are you seeking the Northern Passage? These two maps are beautiful pieces of work suitable for use as a poster map or a beautiful computer background.Antique Maps XXVI - Quebec of the 1700s details the City of Quebec in the 1700's, as General Washington may have seen it. This set of two maps could have been found in any period military officers... [click here for more]
Bon jour, mes amis! Welcome to New Orleans! Right this way, mon petit chou-chou. Mind the rivermen. They aren't too mindful of where the load swings...Antique Maps XXX - New Orleans of the 1800s details the City of New Orleans, as it was in the 1800s. This map is very detailed. The legend includes a very complete listing of existing places of note. The map bears the date... [click here for more]
Bon jour, mes amis! Welcome to Paris! Right this way, mon petit chou-chou. Be mindful of your head, it wouldn't do to loose it...Antique Maps XXXI - Paris of the 1600s details the City of Paris, as it was in the 1600s. This map is very detailed, and was originally printed in 1664. The image file is at 300dpi, with the printed map being 26 inches high, by 21 inches wide.... [click here for more]