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Welcome to .. selling antique prints and maps for over 40 years.

Antique Maps and Prints are over 100 years old... many are much older. Our antique maps and prints are from c1597 to 1920s. All items are in good condition unless described otherwise. On website there are over 5,000 antique prints and antique maps of all styles and sizes - and there are thousands more being progressively listed so if you can't find what you are looking for please ask us (contact information below).

The above charming Antique Prints are from 1920s Fashion, Gazette du Bon Ton (Journal of Good Style) - where there are also some rare larger hand-painted pochoirs and the elegant Croquis (sketch) style of fashion. They can bring joy to any room! 

For those who just want a classic-style picture for the wall, we have Heritage Editions and Decorator Art - mostly from selected antique prints and maps - and often larger than the size when originally printed.

Heritage Prints are reproductions from early maps and prints that are too rare to be readily available or are often not affordable as original antiques. Heritage Editions became an important part of our business in our Los Angeles gallery, where regular decor changes necessitated inexpensive maps and prints in classic style for large modern developments as well as personal traditional projects. They are now available from 

With only one of each available, some individually hand-coloured black and white Heritage Editions reproduction prints and maps can be found with the Decorator Art reproduction prints and maps.

We hope you enjoy your visits to our website. We guarantee your secure online payment with PayPal, Visa or Mastercard.

Please get in touch if we can assist with a particular subject, style or colour; to arrange a visit; or to purchase a Gift CertificateGift Certificates are available for any value (non-refundable, but transferable if used within 3 months).

Email or Phone +61 (0)412 442 283.

All items can be viewed by appointment at Antique Print Club in Neranwood on Mt Nimmel, - off Springbrook Road 20 mins from Robina/Mudgeeraba on the M1. 

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