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Dragon world map, Dragon wall art, 57″x38″$489,00 – $889,00
Gray World map (2021), 60” x 40”, Gray wooden pull down frame.$579,00
Los Angeles vintage map, 51” x 42”, Bronze, industrial frame$2.869,00
Newfoundland Old map, James Cook (1775), 36” x 40”, Antique wooden finials$419,00
Wonderful world hemisphere (1700), 49” x 41”, Antique wooden frame$499,00
Popular World map 2022, Push pin map$199,00 – $359,00
Rare old map of America (1562), 52”x54”, Handcarved old oak$599,00
Super size modern world map 2021, 90” x 55”, Map ready to hang$739,00
Detailed map of Canada (1891), 27” x 39”, antique brown wood$509,00
Old world map (1800), neutral color, 60”x44”, Brown antique wood$449,00
Personalized world map, Custom iron plaque with your name or favorite quote$699,00
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Various vintage maps for various people. If you don’t find a map for you, let us know and we can create a customise map just for you.
Topographial mapsMaps with shape of the land surface or topography illustration are called topographical maps. You can see hills, mountains, valley, various lakes, sea, streams and various other features as well as man made landmarks. Shape and elevation surface features are marked by contour lines. Contour lines are lines drawn on a map that connect locations with equal elevation. This means that if you would follow contour lines your elevation (altitude) will not change. However when you’ll move away from contour lines your elevation will change. Contour lines are useful to show the shape of terrain and the strength of elevation. Our collection of topographical maps are based on a world maps, however include also local maps such a map of Europe or map of Italy from a different perspective looking from North to South.
Country and City MapsWould you like to put a special map of your favourite city or your chosen country on your wall? As a masterpiece wall decor of your office or your home (dinning room, hall, living room, bedroom…) that will upgrade your interior design. Something that will be a perfect conversation starter, will bring back memories or ignite the idea for next adventure that will fulfil your life even more. And why are city maps the ideal choice for your wall decor? As it bring back memories to your favourite city and all the places that bring back memories. Or just a city where you would like to travel and you can get to know the city before you even visit it. “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”
Historical mapsImportant maps from specific moments in past. Map that was used in particular historic moment or you can see how the world was seen in some historical year. You can share the view with famous explorers who were conquering the unknown land. From time that cartography was still in development and map was not just a map that helps you from point A to a point B, it was a work of art that capture whole adventure. Historical maps gives you an insight of moment in past and how they see country and land in that time. What is the difference between Historic and Historical map? Historic map shows a particular moment in past, some battle or situation. While Historical map is any map that was created in the past.
World MapsWhat is better to have a whole world in a reach of your hand? Amazing Map of a whole world on your wall where you could chose superb next location for your travel. Or all the places you have already traveled and brings back memories where have you been. Travel broaden your horizons, boosts yours emotional intelligence, it makes you more creative and open minded and understand what you have. With a world map on your wall you can have second best thing to travel. Relive the adventures that you took and thought of all the memories that you create. Have fun during the travel, relive the adventures and enjoy memories you’ve create.
Charting a Course Through History: The Legacy of Antique Maps
In the fields of cartography and historical research, antique maps play a vital role. These antique maps provide a look into the past and demonstrate how knowledge and understanding of the globe have changed. Understanding ancient maps,’ history helps us appreciate the advancements achieved in mapmaking and investigate the historical context in which they were created. The Babylonians and Greeks are said to have created some of the first known instances of ancient maps, which the Old Map Library claims to date as far back as 16,500 BCE. These maps were used for trade, navigation, and territorial claims, among other things. Antique maps underwent significant modifications because of the expansion of geographical knowledge and technological improvements throughout the Renaissance. During this time, Ptolemy’s “Geographia” was a key reference for mapmakers and influenced how the world was shown on maps. Many people have collected ancient maps, with rare and famous items demanding high market values. According to LiveAuctioneers, there was a …
Exploring the Mysteries of Ancient Mapping
Imagine yourself as a sailor navigating the treacherous waters of the Mediterranean Sea during the medieval period. The only skill you can rely upon as a navigator to plot a course from one port to another is by using stars and compass as a guide. Since there is no technological advancements how to know which port to aim for? And how to avoid the rocky shores and dangerous shoals that surround you? In this article we’ll we uncover some of the most captivating mysteries of Ancient Maps, from medieval portolan charts to the Piri Reis map, and discover how mapping has evolved over time to create the modern maps we rely on today. Antique World Map: A Window into the Past The Mystery of the Ancient Portolan Chart During the medieval times, the Portolan chart was not only considered a beautiful but practical design of 13th century with intricate details and accurate depictions of the coastlines, ports, and navigational hazards …
The Mapmaker’s Legacy: Understanding the Past through Cartography
Maps are essential for navigating our world, but did you know they have a long and fascinating history? Cartography, the art, and science of map-making, has been around for thousands of years and has played a significant role in shaping how we understand our past, present, and future. In this article, we’ll explore the early history of cartography, its modern era, and the impact of modern technology on mapping. We’ll also discuss the importance of cartography for understanding the past, the legacy of mapmakers, and how map-making continues to shape our understanding of the world today. Whether you’re a history buff, a geography enthusiast, or someone who loves learning new things, this article will pique your interest! So grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and delve into the fascinating world of map-making Early Cartography History Earliest Maps Created by Ancient Civilizations Ancient civilizations created maps over 5,000 years ago. These maps were often simple and crude, representing local areas …
A Journey through Time: Tracing the Evolution of Maps
Evolution of Maps Maps in the old times wasn’t as simple as logging into Google and checking the directions, there wasn’t any advanced technology that collected data and auto-updated. The evolution of maps can be traced back to ancient times when humans began to travel and explore new territories, they likely developed a mental picture of their environment. To create physical representations of these mental maps, people started making drawings and other methods to depict the layout of the land. The earliest known maps date back to around 2300 BCE created by the Babylonians and these were hand-drawn and lacked accuracy. Today, we have access to satellite imagery, GPS technology, and advanced mapping software. Maps can now represent a wide range of data, including topography, climate, population density, infrastructure, and much more. Let us explore the evolution of maps over time: 2500 BCE: The oldest known maps in history Around 2500 BCE, drawings were created in various parts of the …
The Art of Mapmaking: An Exploration of History and Culture
The Art of Mapmaking Whether you are looking for a store nearby or finding ways in a new town map helps you to navigate. Maps make life so much easier! However, making one isn’t easy, there are measurements, accuracy, and countless other information that needs to be added to the map. Mapmaking is called Cartography and it has existed for over a thousand years. There is evidence that suggests the history of map and how it has evolved over the years in human history. The Brief History of Mapmaking: From Ancient Babylonia to the Modern Era Cartography has a long and rich history that spans thousands of years. The evidence of mapmaking in prehistoric times found by the investigators were in fact artistic representations of hunting areas, streams, routes, and other features of surrounding areas. Babylonia Clay Tablet Map: The earliest known in the history of maps The earliest known maps created by the Babylonians around 600 BCE were simple …
The Oldest Map of Arabia: A Journey Through Time and Place
Maps have been an integral part of human history, serving as a means to navigate and understand the world around us. From the earliest cave paintings to today’s most sophisticated digital charts, charts have always been a tool for discovery and exploration. One of the oldest maps of Arabia is a fascinating artefact that takes us on a journey through time and place, providing a glimpse into this iconic region’s rich history and cultural heritage. Oldest map of Arabia: World Map of Claudius Ptolemy from 150 AD The oldest known map of Arabia is believed to have been created by the ancient Greek geographer Ptolemy around 150 AD. This chart, known as the “World Map” or the “Map of Claudius Ptolemy”, provides a remarkable insight into the knowledge and understanding of the ancient Greeks about the world. It is considered one of the most accurate and comprehensive maps of its time and is still used as a reference today by …
Sea Maps – Find Your Way in the Seas!
It is no secret that more than 70% of the world’s surface is occupied with water. With so much water in the form of oceans, sea, rivers, etc., how can one not know where to look for water while traveling or where they will have to take a boat or a ship? What is a better way to guide the world other than a map? Maps were discovered in old medieval times; before that, people were known to follow the lead of astronomy to find their way on land and water. Voyaging without navigation is like getting lost in a dark jungle! Sea maps are made to help navigate the routes and directions while voyaging in the waters. However, the ratio of the sea to land is changing drastically due to climatic changes; this affects the accuracy of the sea charts. The sea charts are not like regular topographical maps. It requires proper training and study to understand what the …
Discover Canada’s History with the Top 5 Oldest Maps
The oldest map of Canada was always a matter of debate among historians and cartographers. However, there are a few maps that are examined to be among the oldest surviving examples of cartography of Canada. 1. CARTE DE LA NOUVELLE FRANCE FROM SAMUEL DE CHAMPLAIN (1612) Probably the oldest known map of Canada is the Carte de la Nouvelle France, which was created by French cartographer Samuel de Champlain in 1612. This map is treated to be one of the most true and detailed maps of Canada from the early 17th century. It shows the coast of Canada from the Gulf of St. Lawrence to Cape Cod, including the locations of major rivers and lakes, as well as the region of indigenous villages and French settlements. Samuel de Champlain, who is also known as the “Father of New France,” created the map during his third voyage to the New World. He arrived in Canada in 1603 and spent the next …
Political Map – A Convernient Way to Explore Geographical Location
What do you expect to see or find when you look at a particular map? You want to know where you are or where a specific thing or place is, right? A map visually represents a portion of an area or an entire area that helps viewers find their ways and destinations- a piece of paper leading you to your destination. You must have heard about various types of maps, such as river maps, historical, topographical maps, etc., but we are here to discuss a unique map-political map. Political maps are believed to be the most common reference maps depicting the geographical boundaries between various administrative subdivisions like states, countries, and provinces. These maps are also called “reference maps.” They also focus on different political features of other areas or places. They can be accommodating in understanding human impacts on the planet. They represent political divisions or human-made boundaries of the continents, the world, and central geographical regions. …
Ocean Maps – A History of Exploration with Significant Words
One must wonder who uses maps or atlas in this technological era, having access to Google maps and phone compasses directing us towards our destinations. But maps are essential, even today, to find the right directions and locations. One can discover the wonders found under the sea and oceans by using maps. When we look at the world map, we see 71% of the world is water, and a significant amount of this portion comes under oceans-further divided into five major parts-Pacific, the Atlantic, Arctic, Indian, and Southern oceans. Ocean Maps provides information for navigating these oceans. Ocean Maps displays the configuration of the seafloor and shoreline. The oceans are busy, and with time they are getting more active. Activities like gas, oil, and mineral exploration and extraction are increasing seabed infrastructure. These things have many economic benefits but also risk marine life and human safety. To discover the seas quickly and regulate underwater resource exploration and extraction-oceans …