• We were on Channel 5 WCVB's Chronicle!

    After years of customers telling us they thought they saw us on Chronicle (a beloved TV program that highlights interesting and charming places aro...
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Selling your maps

    We receive many calls and emails every week from folks around the world asking about various aspects of our business. We hope this article will hel...
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Antique Maps

    Our customers often marvel at the many different maps we have in our store, and as we chat with them, they ask lots of questions. Here are some of the most common questions we hear!
  • We had a visit from Two Grannies on the Road!

    Bob and Danielle were interviewed by Beth and Marcia from Two Grannies on the Road. They talk about maps, charts, restoration, framing, our oldest maps, and more! Check out the full video here!
  • We were Featured in the Cover Article of Antique Week Newspaper!

    This well-written article in a national antiques trade publication about our much-loved celestial maps and our business was published on April 16. ...
  • All About Nautical Charts

    We have noticed a lot of interest in nautical charts lately, and thought it would be interesting for everyone if we put together some information a...
  • How We Describe Antique Map Conditions

    Fun fact: the average age of our antique maps is 1855. That makes a large number of our items over 150 years old! When paper gets to be that old, i...
  • Bob's Interview on WBZ Radio!

    A huge THANK YOU to WBZ NewsRadio and a favorite reporter there, Kim Tunnicliffe, for interviewing Bob Zaremba, one of our owners at Maps of Antiqu...
  • The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (SDUK)

    The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (SDUK) was founded in London in 1826 with the object of publishing information to people who were unable to obtain formal teaching or who preferred self-education.
  • Printmaking and Antique Maps

    Almost all maps on the market today were produced since the invention of the printing press. Printing methods such as copper plate engraving, steel engraving or lithography were used. These hand-printing methods require the skilled hands of craftsmen. Only artists would use such time consuming methods for printing today. Therefore old maps are beautiful, decorative works of art that are suitable for framing. Remember that printmakers must to create the image backward so that it will be correct when it is printed on paper!