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We specialise in rare and historic maps, dating from the 15th to the 19th centuries. Buy rare, vintage, and antique maps, town plans, and sea charts depicting the UK, America, Asia, Africa, and all parts of the world.

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The first printed plan of Amsterdam

ANTHONISZ, Cornelis, 1553. 
£350,000
£280,000

The first printed map of Northeastern America

RAMUSIO, Giovanni Battista, and GASTALDI, Giacomo, 1556. 
£9,000
£5,400

Gastaldi’s hemispherical map of the Americas

RAMUSIO, Giovanni Battista and GASTALDI, Giacomo, 1556. 
£6,000
£3,600

The first separate map of any Southeast Asia island based on actual observation” (Suarez)

RAMUSIO, Giovanni Battista; and GASTALDI, Giacomo, 1556. 
£550
£440

Franciscus’s map of the Holy Land

FRANCISCUS DELLA GATTA, Johannes, 1557. 
£12,000
£7,200

Ligorio’s rare map of Flanders

LIGORIO, Pirro, 1558. 
£7,000
£4,200

The most important maps of the Middle East and Arabia published in the sixteenth century

GASTALDI, Giacomo & LAFRERI, Antonio, 1561. 
£125,000
£100,000

A Plat of King’s Lyn

BELL, Henry, 1561. 
£600
£360

Gastaldi’s seminal map of Southeast Asia

GASTALDI, Giacomo, FORLANI, Paolo & BERTELLI, Ferrando, 1562. 
£125,000
£100,000

Salamanca and Lafreri’s double-cordiform world

SALAMANCA, Antonio, 1564. 
£70,000
£56,000

Forlani’s magnificent plan of Venice

FORLANI, Paolo; ZALTIERI, Bolognini, 1566. 
£30,000
£18,000

Forlani’s map of the Holy Land

FORLANI, Paolo, 1566. 
£13,000
£7,800

The only map of Sri Lanka published by the Lafreri school

?LAFRERI, Antonio, 1570. 
£3,000
£2,400

The earliest extant plan of London

BRAUN, Georg and Franz HOGENBERG, 1574. 
£8,000
£6,400

One of the earliest maps to reference Singapore

GASTALDI, Giacomo; after, 1574. 
£600
£480

Belle Forest’s fine woodcut plan

BELLE FOREST, François de, 1575. 
£3,000
£1,800