Land Ho! Antique Maps
Used for Centuries to Navigate Routes Over Earth and Sea, Antique Maps Now Attract a host of Collectors--and a Few Thieves
Neil A. Grauer
From the Print Edition:
John F. Kennedy, Nov/Dec 98
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Map-related books are also available through the British Library book shop, Great Russell Street, London WC 1, United Kingdom; phone: 011 171-412-7735
845 Willamette St., Eugene, Oregon 97401; phone: (800) 840-3810 in the United States, (541) 345-3800 in Canada. $39.95 in the United States for six issues a year, $49.95 in Canada, $59.95 in all other countries.
For a general on-line guide to map dealers, shops and businesses: http://www. concentric.net/~amdir/SpecMaps.html
Other helpful Web sites include: Beach Antique Maps & Prints (http://home. ican.net/~beach mp/faq.html); the History of Cartography site, compiled by Tony Campbell, map librarian, The British Library, London (http://ihr.sas.ac.uk/maps); Old Historic Maps & Prints (contact: Barry Lawrence Ruderman at http://www. raremaps.com); Mercator's World magazine (http://www.mercatormag.com); W. Graham Arader III Galleries, (http://www2.arader.com)
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