November 2022
Hello, Map Friends!
The Holiday Season is upon us! It seems like this year has passed in the blink of an eye. It is almost Thanksgiving, the time of year that we reflect on how thankful we are for fabulous customers like you!

We know it seems cliché, but it is true- we are so grateful for our wonderful customers, especially those who come back regularly for maps or framing. Thank you for supporting our business and helping us to do what we do!

It has been our pleasure to help you with all of your antique map, chart, and print needs over the past year. As our way of saying a big "Thank you" we are happy to offer you a discount!

Today we are announcing our third
Use code: THANKS2022

$50 minimum total before discount. Full details online. Please call if you have any questions.

Shop early to avoid shipping delays, especially if you want framing!

As always, we shall highlight some exciting new maps below, but you can always visit our Newly Listed Maps section to see everything recent from the past month or so. We have a Great Maps - Super Deals category that offers our discounted items. And don't forget that we also have a category specifically for maps under $100!
If you are looking for something specific, we recommend using the search function or the "Filter By" function on the left side above the listings to search within a category.

The 1968 Map of Disneyland

Fancy a trip back in time to visit Disneyland as it was in 1968? This striking map will transport your imagination! Vibrant original color and familiar characters bring this map to life. A welcome message from Walt Disney at the bottom invites young and old to find joy and inspiration in the Magical Kingdom.
1968 - Walt Disney's Guide to Disneyland The Magic Kingdom
Coulton Waugh's Map of Cape Cod

This is the smaller version of the classic collectible Coulton Waugh map of Old Cape Cod. Frederick Coulton Waugh was a cartoonist, painter, teacher and author; his father was the marine artist Frederick Judd Waugh, and his grandfather was the Philadelphia portrait painter Samuel Waugh. Born in Cornwall, England, in 1896, Coulton Waugh and his family moved to the United States in 1907. Waugh enrolled at New York's Art Students League. By 1916 he was employed as a textile designer. Two years later, he married Elizabeth Jenkinson. In 1921 the couple moved to Provincetown, Massachusetts where they operated a model ship and hooked rug shop for 11 years. He was well known for his pictorial maps and hand-colored lithographs, as well as his paintings and comics. We have a scan of his catalogue, which included prints on gold-flecked Japanese paper!
1930 - The Map of Old Cape Cod The Land of Bold Explorers, Heroic Pilgrims, Hardy Seamen, Great Fisheries and Famous Ships
The Upside-Down Chatham Chart

This rare and highly collectible chart of Chatham was produced by George Eldridge, Chatham's prominent chart maker in the mid-19th Century. The chart is the first edition of the first chart made by George Eldridge. It is in original condition, and could be restored if desired. It is backed on a calico fabric and has markings from a local navigator. This charming piece of Chatham history would be a very special addition to any Chatham collection.

We are sorry that the discount cannot be applied to this chart!
1851 - Chatham Lights to Southwest Part of Handkerchief
Great Gift Ideas
1854 - Physical Geography (of the world) - Antique Map

For the hiker, mountaineer, or world traveler- a chart showing the tallest mountains and longest rivers of the world!
Antique Sheet Music

If you want to impress a musician on your list, consider gifting them a sheet of gorgeous antique music! This page is clearly hand-written and includes some blue ink on a few letters.
Falmouth in 1831 Reproduction

We have new town map reproductions for all of the Cape Cod towns from 1831 and 1795! If you have a Cape Codder (or a Cape Codder at heart) on your list, these are quite unusual!

Lighthouse Charts

We have restocked our selection of antique lighthouse charts! From Maine to Florida to California, and including the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River, these are beautiful and interesting!
Our shop is currently open Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm and 12-5 on Sundays
You can shop online any day, any time: 
Or give us a call at: 508-945-1660

If you or your loved-ones need accommodations, send them over to our converted 18th century farmhouse, Chatham Guest Rooms. We have been very well reviewed on TripAdvisor!

Do you need a getaway?  
If you visit the Cape, we recommend you stay in one of our rooms at Chatham Guest Rooms! The rates are reasonable and you will be staying in the building that is home to Maps of Antiquity! You can pop in to look at maps quite easily during business hours. Renting rooms year 'round! Our Main Suite has a fireplace and is a cozy getaway in the winter months!