Looking for an Antique map of the United States? There are so many great maps to choose from! Old maps and reproductions of antique maps are great for decorating a den or office, and especially for private collectors. We are excited to offer a small selection of authentic old United States maps, through our association with Geographicus and a few other select companies.
An antique map of the United States is beautiful as wall decor for professional offices, home
offices, dens and other rooms. They also make great gifts for the American history or Civil War buff!
In addition to the authentic antique maps from Geographicus, we also offer reproductions of old maps of United States from some well known companies. These are many times more affordable for use as wall decor than the antique ones. In the first section below, you will find the authentic antique maps, and below that are the reproduction maps. When you click on any of the images, you will be taken to the actual product page with more information.
|1683 Mortier Map of North America, the West Indies, and the Atlantic Ocean||1776 Bonne Map of Louisiana and the British Colonies in North America||1848 Phelps
National Map of the United States
|1832 Mitchell's Pocket Map of United States||1861 Appleton's Map of the Seat of the Civil War||1818 Pinkerton Map of North America|
|1852 Shields Wall Map of Boston and Vicinity||1897 Walker View of Boston Harbor||1898 Walker Trolley Map and View of New England centered on Boston|
|1868 Shannon and Rogers View of Hoboken and Manhattan, New York City||1796 Benjamin Taylor Manuscript Survey Map of Tribeca, New York and Indenture||1848 Colton Map of New York City and Vicinity (33 Miles Around)|
It is fun to decorate with reproductions of antique United States maps, especially those from the American Revolutionary era. Reproductions of old maps of the Boston, Philadelphia, New York Washington DC and the original colonies are not only beautiful, they make very interesting display items.
This beautiful reproduction of a 1775 Sayer & Bennett hand colored map of Boston and Bunker Hill includes "Plan of Boston Harbour, from an actual survey" and "Plan of the town of Boston with the attack on Bunkers-Hill in the peninsula of Charlestown, the 17th of June, 1775."
This wonderful print of a 1775 Boston Harbor map has the red, blue, green and brown colors that were typical of military cartography of the Revolutionary War period.
And of course, like with anything else, you can often find great bargains on a map of the United States on eBay! Here are a few current listings...