With their distinctive blue covers and vivid surface colours, Bartholomew's half-inch maps are beautiful as well as informative. They look particularly attractive when framed.
The one-inch Ordnance Survey map was the definitive popular map for a century. The high-level of detail and precision make them ideal for historians and geneologists.
We also stock maps from a vareity of other publishers, including Bacon's, Johnston and the British War Office.
Our framed and wall maps were chosen for their historic value and aesthetic beauty. Current stock includes: the North American railway network in 1935, Greater London in 1962, and a large scale map of Oxford from 1989.