Original maps of the World or Globe, dating as far back as the 1600s. Interesting views of the world as it was thought to be shaped over the years. We have many additional maps not shown here, so please contact us with your inquiries – thank you!
"Western Hemisphere" & "Eastern Hemisphere" by G.W. Boynton hand colored from Peter Parley's "First Book of History, Combined with Geography" published in Boston: Jenks, Hickling & Swan, 1852 measures approx 7" x 10 1/2"
"Greece and the Ionian Republic" by G.W. Colton from his “General Atlas” published by G.W. & C.B. Colton, New York 1874 this features major towns, roads, and topographical features nice decorative border and colors measures approx 26″ x 17″
"The World" on Mercator projection by J.H. Colton from his “General Atlas” published by J.H. Colton, New York 1861 as with most Colton maps, this features major towns, roads, railways and topographical features nice decorative border and colors measures approx 26″ x 17″
"Mapemonde" shows Western and Eastern Hemispheres and California as an island by Claude Buffier from his “Geographie Universelle” published in Paris, circa 1750 with later hand-coloring measures approx 5 1/2" x 7"