Specialist dealer in rare, vintage, and antique maps, atlases, plans, sea charts and voyages dating from the 15th to the 19th centuries. Our carefully selected stock also includes fine prints, globes, and scientific instruments.

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Atlases

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Italia - Daniel Crouch Rare Books - Antique and vintage maps, rare books, charts and atlases

Books

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Liber chronicarum - Daniel Crouch Rare Books - Antique and vintage maps, rare books, charts and atlases

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Apples and Pears - Daniel Crouch Rare Books - Antique and vintage maps, rare books, charts and atlases

Globes and Planetaria

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Thomas Jefferys' Theodolite - Daniel Crouch Rare Books - Antique and vintage maps, rare books, charts and atlases

Game Maps

Whether alone or in teams, for pleasure or profit, sporting or seated, games have been an ever-present feature of every civilization. With multiple participants vying to achieve a goal by following a set of rules, games provide an outlet for the natural human instinct for competition without the risk incurred in, for example, battle. Indeed throughout history, many games have served as a microcosm of war, whether that involves taking down one’s opponent’s king, as in chess, taking turns to attack and defend, seen in all sorts of games from rugby to bridge, or racing to a certain destination, be it on foot or with a counter.

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We source the rarest, most unusual and quirky antique and vintage maps in the finest condition.”

Daniel Crouch

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Daniel Crouch Rare Books is a specialist dealer in antique atlases, maps, plans, sea charts and voyages dating from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries. Our carefully selected stock also includes a number of fine prints and globes, and a selection of cartographic reference books.

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4 Bury Street - Daniel Crouch Rare Books - Antique and vintage maps, rare books, charts and atlases

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22 November 2022

From collecting trends to emerging technologies, 28 specialists from leading galleries around the globe explore what the future might hold

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