Harlan J. Berk, Ltd.
Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. is located in downtown Chicago's business and financial district. Our facilities include a ground-level retail store and gallery on Clark Street. There are displays of Bullion, U.S. and Foreign coins and U.S. currency, as well as a large selection of books and supplies for the collector. For our ancient coin and antique map customers we have private offices, libraries, and meeting spaces that provide a relaxed atmosphere to conduct business or research. The antique maps department is the newest addition to the company and has been growing year after year. Sammy Berk is the head of the department as well as the creator and manager of the Chicago International Map Fair.
Daniel Crouch Rare Books
Daniel Crouch Rare Books is a specialist dealer in antique atlases, maps, plans, sea charts and voyages dating from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries. Our carefully selected stock also includes a number of fine prints and globes, and a selection of cartographic reference books. Our particular passions include rare atlases, wall maps, and separately published maps and charts. We strive to acquire unusual and quirky maps that are in fine condition. Daniel Crouch Rare Books is a limited liability partnership founded in 2010 by Daniel Crouch and Nick Trimming.
Barry L. Ruderman Antique Maps
7463 Girard Ave. La Jolla, CA 92037 Phone: (858) 551 - 8500 Website:
Boston Rare Maps
Boston Rare Maps specializes in rare and unusual antique and vintage maps depicting all periods of American history. We also offer American historical prints, city views and a growing selection of illustrated broadsides. We serve a wide variety of clients, including private collectors and institutional map collections, as well as those seeking just a few special pieces for themselves or as gifts to clients, friends or family.
Tom Suarez Rare Maps
George Ritzlin Antique Maps & Prints
Established in 1976, George Ritzlin Antique Maps & Prints deals in rare maps and atlases from the 1490s to the 1890s and covering all parts of the world. George Ritzlin Antique Maps & Prints has been members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America and the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers for over thirty years. George believes that "at their finest, old maps can be an almost magical combination of history, art and geography." We maintain an open shop where several thousand maps and prints are always in stock. Fair attendees are welcome to visit our gallery in Evanston, Illinois – the first suburb north of Chicago. We’re just 30 minutes from downtown and easy to reach by car or public transportation.
Martayan Lan Fine Antique Maps
Located in the heart of New York's gallery district, Martayan Lan is a world-leading dealer of fine antique maps, atlases, globes, and city views. It has earned a reputation for handling top quality material of guaranteed authenticity, for knowledgeable and helpful service, fair pricing, and for creating a comfortable environment in which the collector can learn as well as acquire. We issue fully illustrated catalogues that contain informative descriptions of our offerings.
The Old Print Shop
The Old Print Shop, Inc - founded in 1898 - is an art gallery specializing in American graphic arts, antiquarian maps, atlases, and artist books (livres d'artist).We have an extensive inventory with strong holdings of American historical prints, Currier & Ives, John James Audubon, American town views, and maps published before 1850.
High Ridge Books, Inc
Over 40,000 items cataloged, covering nearly every area and era. From 1500's Ptolemaic maps, where mountains resemble snakes, to the first U.S. Atlas, 1795, to maps and prints of 19th Century railroads, to black ocean globes with copper airplane stands from the 1940's. The price range is as broad as our inventory. We have unique cartographic (map-related) items for any budget... for every one who cares about antique maps, books, prints and globes. We are in our 33rd year assisting collectors & institutions. We specialize in collection building for individual antique map, book and print collectors, corporations, museums and research libraries.