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Welcome to Antique Prints and Antique Maps from 16th century to 1920s -
with over 5,000 rare original antique maps & prints from 100 to 400 years old
. Antique Print Club has been selling antique prints and maps since 1977... now mainlly online, with a huge range of subjects continually being added to this website.

Also on this website..
Heritage Vintage Prints reproduced from rare antique artwork. Classic style, available and affordable, with matching groups often larger than the original antique prints and antique maps. (Commercial contract multiple images of Heritage Vintage Prints are even more inexpensive.)
Decorator Art individual hand-coloured Heritage Vintage Prints and Maps, and other imported vintage reproduction prints
& a small selection of antiquarian books and reference books.

Artwork on your walls should make you smile when you look at it.
Do you love your pictures but they would look better reframed? - or you like a frame but would like a change of subject?
Choose something you love and ask picture framers for alternative presentations. (Show them pictures of framing styles you like).

Enjoy your visits to website. We love to hear what interests others, so do let us know.

Send us an Email ... ... or Phone ... 61(0) 412 442 283

  • to be notified of our special offers, promotions or exhibitions 
  • for your interests to be added first to this website
  • for assistance in choosing something special for someone special
  • for suggestions of your subject of interest, or suggestions for a group display
  • to purchase a Gift Certificate / Free Gift Voucher
  • to arrange a visit to Antique Print Club on Mt Nimmel in the Gold Coast hinterland (1 hr from Brisbane or from Byron Bay)
  • & for payment by Visa or Mastercard

Secure payment through website is by PayPal or Credit Card.
Quoted shipment charge is basic local charge.
Framed artwork, books, or overseas destinations may accrue an additional charge.

Nimmel is an aboriginal word meaning conspicuous mountain - although at 489 metres it is smaller than the other South-East Queensland mountains of Springbrook, Tamborine, Tallebudgera, Cannon and Cougal.

We acknowledge Yugambeh-speaking Kombumerri clans as traditional owners of the lands of this region, and pay respect to Elders, past, present and future.