We are thrilled to have our Portolan Atlas featured in the Sunday Times. Arts Editor Richard Brooks discovers a fascinating piece of history regarding the Cadamosto family.
Late 19th Century Tellurium, six legged cast iron stand and arm, brass reflector and candle holder, printed horizon ring,17in high by 23in long, Solar and lunar eclipses, and the succession […]
A Map of the United States of North America This spectacular piece though already incredibly rare is made more so by the later manuscript and colour embellishments. First printed in […]
What is equal magnetic variation? Here is a brief scientific history on the mapping of the earth’s magnetic field. Compiled from four maps in our collection, these pieces all show lines of magnetic variation […]
This past year we became avid supporters of the South Pole 2013 Allied challenge, a campaign led by Walking With the Wounded bringing together three teams of wounded servicemen and women in a race to the South […]
Avid Tatler readers may have already noted the beautiful map on display behind Theo Osborne on page 79 of the May Issue. A feature on the Parnassus Travel Group was shot […]
BBC Business presenter Philip Hampsheir for the show ‘Your Money’ visited The Map House in February 2014 to discuss the investment potential of antique maps. Please enjoy the accompanying article on the BBC […]