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National Geographic Maps

Throughout National Geographic’s long history, their Maps and Supplements have been the gold standard for cartographic excellence. The magnificent map detail, plus superb historical and descriptive information of the area(s) mapped, provides an excellent and fascinating reference source for students, history buffs, geography buffs, armchair world travelers, and all lovers of maps. These are highly collectible items that we are proud to present. Some people hesitate to buy National Geographic maps because they’d like to frame them, but are afraid of the fold lines. However, any good frame shop should be able to mount and frame these maps and eliminate the fold lines in the finished product.

Colonization and Trade in the New World

This is a 30" x 22-1/2" map of North America, Mexico and Central America (New Spain), and the northern tip of South America (Terra Firma) that was an insert in the December 1977 issue of National Geographic. Under the heading of “Battle Royal for Spain’s American Empire,” it says “This map is a composite based on charts designed about 1720 by cartographer Herman
Moll, a Dutchman who lived in London. Spellings and typefaces are contemporary with that
period. Map colors reflect the claims of rival nations: France - green, Spain - orange, Britain - yellow.” Many interesting vignettes such as “Caribbean Claim Jumpers,” “Manilla Galleons,” “The Aztec Ruin,” “Where is the ‘Santa Maria’?”, etc. The back, entitled “History Salvaged From the Sea,” features a large cut-away drawing of a sailing ship and drawings of many artifacts salvaged from shipwrecks under the headings of “Cannons and cutlasses,” “Echos of shipboard life,” “Cargo bound for Europe,” and “Cargo bound for the Americas.” A final section entitled “The challengers who cracked Spain’s monopoly” profiles the “bold pack of sea wolves” who “sallied to the gates of Spain’s American empire nearly as soon as she took it over.” Excellent condition with slight discoloration at some of the folds. Tell a friend.

P.S. I would suspect that since Ol’ Swaphos is getting soft in his old age, if you purchase five of these wonderful maps and send him a sweet email telling him which other map you like very much, it, too, will show up in your map package!

Price: $20.00 (includes shipping to anywhere in the United States)

 

  only 1 available

 

Portrait U.S.A.

This is a 42" x 29" topographical map of the U.S.A. that was a supplement to the July 1976 issue of National Geographic. This was the “first color photomosaic of the 48 contiguous United States” using “the LANDSAT imagery of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration” that “captures not only visible light, but infrared, providing more detail than would appear to the naked eye. This mosaic of our 48 contiguous states embodies 569 separate and virtually cloudless views, and renders our land in approximately natural colors.” The back contains a large atlas-type map of the U.S. showing state boundaries, Interstates and highways, cities, rivers, mountains, etc., with inserts for Alaska and Hawaii. Very good condition with one tiny tear at one of the fold intersections. Tell a friend.

P.S. I would suspect that since Ol’ Swaphos is getting soft in his old age, if you purchase five of these wonderful maps and send him a sweet email telling him which other map you like very much, it, too, will show up in your map package!

Price: $20.00 (includes shipping to anywhere in the United States)

 

  only 1 available

 

A Traveler’s Map of the British Isles

This is a 32-1/2" x 22-1/2" map of the British Isles (England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Orkney Islands, Shetland Islands, and the Inner and Outer Hebrides) that was a supplement to the April 1974 issue of National Geographic. Insert maps of London, Edinburgh, Dublin, and Stratford Upon Avon. List of National Parks of England and Wales, and drawings of several points of interest such as Edinburgh Castle, Fountains Abbey, Westminster Bridge, etc. Numerous vignettes such as Hadrian’s Wall, Isle of Man, Liverpool, Grampian Mountains, etc. Back is entitled “The British Isles: Regal Pleasures, Rustic Charm” and features profiles of England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and Northern Ireland, including “Hints for the Traveler”. Excellent condition with slight discoloration at some of the map folds. Tell a friend.

P.S. I would suspect that since Ol’ Swaphos is getting soft in his old age, if you purchase five of these wonderful maps and send him a sweet email telling him which other map you like very much, it, too, will show up in your map package!

Price: $20.00 (includes shipping to anywhere in the United States)

 

  only 1 available

 

Close-Up: USA – Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, West Virginia

This is a 35" x 22-1/2" close-up map of the Mid-Atlantic States that was a supplement to the October 1976 issue of National Geographic. Very detailed atlas-type map of Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and West Virginia, showing state boundaries, Interstates and highways, cities, rivers, mountains, etc. Interesting vignettes such as Delmarva Peninsula, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Williamsburg, Richmond, etc. Back entitled “Beckoning land beside bay and sea” and features many full-color drawings plus profiles of all four states and Washington, D.C. Excellent condition with slight discoloration at some of the map folds. Tell a friend.

P.S. I would suspect that since Ol’ Swaphos is getting soft in his old age, if you purchase five of these wonderful maps and send him a sweet email telling him which other map you like very much, it, too, will show up in your map package!

Price: $20.00 (includes shipping to anywhere in the United States)

 

  only 1 available

 

Close-Up: USA – Alaska

This is a 35" x 22-1/2" map of Alaska that was a supplement to the June 1975 issue of National Geographic. Very detailed map includes the Alaska Peninsula,, St. Lawrence Island, St. Matthew Island, Nunivak Island, Kodiak Island, and the Aleutian Islands, with an insert for the westernmost Aleutians. Many interesting vignettes and factoids. Back is entitled “Beauty and beasts in a last frontier,” and features numerous full-color drawings and profiles of Alaska, including wildlife, glaciers, and a section on how to get there and the best time of the year to do so. Excellent condition with slight discoloration at some of the fold lines. Tell a friend.

P.S. I would suspect that since Ol’ Swaphos is getting soft in his old age, if you purchase five of these wonderful maps and send him a sweet email telling him which other map you like very much, it, too, will show up in your map package!

Price: $20.00 (includes shipping to anywhere in the United States)

 

  only 1 available

 

Close-Up: USA – New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut

This is a 35" x 22-3/4" map of Western New England that was a supplement to the July 1975 issue of National Graphic. Very detailed atlas-type map of New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, showing state boundaries, Interstates and highways, cities, rivers, mountains, etc. Interesting vignettes such as Portsmouth, Gloucester, Boston, Cape Cod, etc. Back entitled “Mountains, seacoast, and a living legacy”” and features many full-color drawings plus profiles of all five states. Excellent condition with slight discoloration at some of the map folds. Tell a friend.

P.S. I would suspect that since Ol’ Swaphos is getting soft in his old age, if you purchase five of these wonderful maps and send him a sweet email telling him which other map you like very much, it, too, will show up in your map package!

Price: $20.00 (includes shipping to anywhere in the United States)

 

  only 1 available

 

Close-Up: USA – Maine with the Maritime Provinces of Canada

This is a 35" x 22-1/2" map of Maine and the Maritime Provinces that a supplement to the March 1975 issue of National Geographic. Very detailed atlas-type map of Maine, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Cape Breton Island, showing highways, cities, rivers, mountains, etc. Interesting vignettes such as Brunswick, Portland, Augusta, St. John, Citadel National Historic Park, etc. Back entitled “Sea-swpet coves beside a forested realm” and features many full-color drawings plus profiles of Maine, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. Excellent condition with slight discoloration at some of the map folds. Tell a friend.

P.S. I would suspect that since Ol’ Swaphos is getting soft in his old age, if you purchase five of these wonderful maps and send him a sweet email telling him which other map you like very much, it, too, will show up in your map package!

Price: $20.00 (includes shipping to anywhere in the United States)

 

  only 1 available

 

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