Geographicus Antique Maps

The Geographicus Antique Map Archive is the scholarly arm of Geographicus Antique Maps, an online retail gallery of fine antique maps from the sixteenth through the early twentieth century. As dealers, we lavish attention on each map that crosses our desk, researching its history, context and quirks. In the Geographicus Archive, much of this research is made available for public study and use. You can link to our maps and embed our Zoomable maps and map images into your own website at no charge. High resolution images of each map on this site, suitable for printing, are also available for a minimal licensing fee.

The Geographicus Archive attempts to bridge the gap between a webstore and an academic archive. The maps presented here include our current stock and much of our previously sold inventory. Please note, however, that maps on this site are not available for sale; similar maps may be available at our retail site,

- Kevin Brown, Proprietor


1855 Magnus Map of New York City and Brooklyn ,
1873 Beers Wall Map of Long Island, New York ,
1775 Scrimshaw Map of Boston Carved on Revolutionary War Powder Horn ,

1788 Schraembl / Pownall Map of North America & the West Indies ,
1665 Kircher Map of the World (Earliest Map of World to Show Currents) ,
1685 Bormeester Map of the World ,

1730 Ottens Map of Persia (Iran, Iraq, Turkey) ,
1768 Holland / Jeffreys Map of New York and New Jersey (First Edition) ,
1833 School Girl Manuscript Wall Map of the World on Hemisphere Projection (Marcia Rounds of Newport ,

If you have an antique map or map collection you are interested in selling, please feel free to contact us by email or call our customer service number to discuss your map. rss