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Antique Print & Map Company: rare, original Antique Maps & Antique Prints
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North-side, from Brisbane Antique Emporium in Clayfield at 794 Sandgate Road (parking off Junction Road)
South-side, from Brisbane Antique Centre in Loganholme at Pacific Highway Exit 30 (Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road)
Heritage Editions: Reproductions & Limited Edition classic-style maps & prints
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South-side, from Brisbane Antique Centre: beginning of Beenleigh-Redland Bay Rd, at M1 Exit 30, Loganholme
Early 18th century maps of Australia, Asia and America with strange animals were by Jesuit, Heinrich Scherer.
Asia maps show the Chinese Empire and the Spice Islands or Indonesia.
Antique maps show America before U.S.A. - and California as an Island.
English county maps include early road maps of England with interesting geographical notations.
Wine and cheese-making feature in some of the most beautifully engraved maps of French Departments by Victor Levasseur.
John Tallis maps of Australia are the most decorative series of antique maps of the Australian states.
Important antique maps show Captain Cook’s discovery of the east coast of Australia and Cook's voyages around the world.
Antique celestial charts and geographical information are always interesting - particularly a matching pair.
Every part of the world is represented at different times in previous centuries, with varying borders, and in different cartographic styles.
Thomas Allom's 'China & the Chinese' engravings include fascinating customs, culture, and countryside at the end of the first Opium Wars.
Bartlett fine steel engravings of British coastal scenes contrast strongly with the copperplate engravings of Grose's antiquities of Britain.
Naval and military battles, whether finely detailed with Tallis-style embellishment, or small French Annals are exquisitely engraved.
Classical architectural engravings record Barrozi's Orders of Architecture, Italian architecture by Falda and English architecture by Inigo Jones.
Grand decor for any room are the superbly coloured 18th century engravings of Raphael frescoes on pilasters and arches at the Vatican.
English beauties, Kings and Queens and other famous people can form your own elegant portrait gallery from previous generations.
Finely coloured pochoirs (stencils) that introduced 1920s fashion provide timeless enjoyment - particularly with accompanying social comment.
A group of beautiful coloured lithographs of Sevres and Faience porcelain look elegant in any lounge, dining room or kitchen.
Humorous Vanity Fair caricatures and antique lithographs illustrating children's stories - particularly animal personification - appeal to all.
Lithographs of Hipkins' ancient musical instruments and engravings of historical topography or sporting scenes look good in any room.
Antique prints of flora and fauna bring nature inside all year round and give life to any interior environment:
Superb hand-coloured lithographs of John Gould birds, and large orchid lithographs can provide a focal point.
A group of colourful botanical engravings can brighten any corner - particularly when from the same series.
A pair or group of exquisitely engraved miniatures of birds and animals by Lizars can generate interest.
While a good choice for a bathroom, grand or small engravings of shells, fish or other marine life look equally good in other rooms.
Imagination is your only limitation in choosing artwork. If you need any assistance in your search or selection just email firstname.lastname@example.org
Antique prints and maps can cost $25 or more than $2,500. Heritage Editions prints and maps are a decorative alternative if you have limited funds.