Antique Maps 8.5x11in - Vol.I

The long promised standard edition of the antique maps is finally here! And it comes with a special bonus - a FREE vintage map of the London tube available only in this pack. Grab it now!

The maps in the standard edition come as 8.5x11inch high resolution (300ppi) JPGs and TIFFs. Zoom in and discover the little details! Perfect for print projects such as calendars, posters, book covers, invitations and more.

The maps were scanned from an original set of encyclopedias published in the 1900's. Each map had been folded in two and attached to a connecting piece, so expect to see some authentic paper creases. A few spots and smudges here and there give the maps just the right amount of vintage character.

But why not just see for yourself? Grab a standard size city map of Berlin for FREE:

Here is what you get:

  • physical map of Europe (circa 1908)
  • physical map of South America (circa 1908)
  • physical map of North America (circa 1908)
  • physical map of Africa (circa 1908)
  • physical map of Asia (circa 1908)
  • map of New York and environs (circa 1908)
  • map of the World showing food and commercial products (circa 1908)
  • map of British Isles industries (circa 1908)
  • map of Paris and environs (circa 1908)
  • map of the World showing European colonies (circa 1908)
  • BONUS map of the London tube railways (circa 1908)

Are you looking for a larger size? Get the poster size edition here:

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  1. Greta Ivanova
    • Shop Owner

    Hi Cami, thank you for purchasing! There is a map of the world showing food and commercial products and a map of the world showing European colonies (preview images 7 and 10). I hope you find them useful! @Maria Camila Marocchi

  2. PM Pevato

    Actually, I found maps of circa 1850s Oxford! *happy dance* ... again, just love your work! Paula :-)

  3. Greta Ivanova
    • Shop Owner

    Thank you for the kind words, Paula! I'm afraid I don't have such a map at hand, but I will definitely keep your request in mind for future packs @PM Pevato

  4. PM Pevato

    Oh my ... breathtaking! I'm searching for a vintage ebook cover ... circa 1850s ish Victorian era ... specifically to evoke Oxford. Your maps are so inspiring! Paula

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