Munster’s map of Italy in antiquity.
Three maps showing the trek of the “Victory Division” across Europe in World War II.
Eye-catching commemoration of a soldier’s experience in WWII.
A personal relic from one of the war’s most distinguished engineer battalions.
Pictorial map of the largest rubber plantation in the world deliberately obfuscating corporate exploitation.
Comprehensive list of companies offering fire insurance in Illinois.
Interesting chart showing the geographic composition of the U.S. Third Army on V-E Day with a one-of-a-kind draft edition.
Compelling visual story of the 228th Field Artillery Group’s campaign in Europe.
A magnificent, possibly one of a kind, set of wall maps designed and published by Henry Cuthbert Tunison.
Hand colored map of France showing the final Allied offensive of WWI.
A pair of Swiss pictorial maps designed to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
Updated edition of Quin’s marvelous and unusual atlas.
A cartographic promotion of the Midwest to European settlers in the United States.
Spectacular transportation overview of the United States and its major cities.
Scarce view of Chicago published in conjunction with the 1893 World’s Fair held in the city.
Large wall map of the world designed to educate the public on how geographic realities have changed as a result of the air transportation revolution.
Excellent example of Colton’s township map of eastern Florida.
The fourth NavWarMap highlighting the North Pacific arena of war and the path to Tokyo.
Magnificent serio-comic map of Europe portraying the warring Entente and Central Powers as quibbling canines.
Lovely example of the finest 19th century city plan of Liverpool.
Multi-lingual pictorial map celebrating America’s diversity and economic abundance.
One of the earliest depictions of a proposed Transcontinental Railroad.
Spectacularly detailed look at Rome in the first half of the 19th century.
Elaborately decorated map of London published in conjunction with The Great Exhibition in 1851.