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Fine antique map of SyriaFine antique map of Syria
Tallis antique map circa 1853
Amaryllis Lutea c1787Amaryllis Lutea c1787
William Curtis copperplate engraving
Variegated Iris c1787Variegated Iris c1787
Willliam Curtis copper engraving
Spring Crocus c1795Spring Crocus c1795
William Curtis copper engraving

Welcome to Antique Print Club... We hope you enjoy your visit to our website.   

Rare Antique Maps and Antique Prints.. & Heritage Editions inexpensive Decorative Art reproduction prints & maps (from rare antique maps and prints).. & Antiquarian Books & modern Reference Books.
 

 Antique maps & prints are wonderful images of our past. As populations increased so did the thirst for knowledge. Quicker, more durable printing methods evolved. Antique prints often combined several processes in one printing plate (e.g. for portraits). 

ANTIQUE PRINTS:
French pochoir (stencil) fashion plate c1920. Palm Beach by George Barbier. 
Vanity Fair lithograph caricature c1872. "He created Henry VIII, exploded Mary Stuart, and demolished Elizabeth."
Classical engraving c1757. Herculaneum Putti fresco by Francesco Lavega.
Classical engraving c1677. Vatican fresco of Roman warriors by Pietro Bartoli.


ANTIQUE MAPS:
New Guinea and Solomon Islands c1618 by Petrus Bertius.
New Description of Imperial China c1661 by Philipp Cluver.
English road map of Hampshire and Dorsetshire c1757 by John Senex.
British Isles c1766 by Brion de la Tour for Louis Desnos.
Palestine, with Jerusalem c1864 by Alvin Jewell Johnson.

  
    

The Australian Antiques & Collectables magazine from your newsagent, has interesting articles on antique prints and maps, - or check out Library and Blogs (located from top of this Home Page).

We often receive enquiries as to an item's value. As with all commodities antique prices fluctuate over the years. Besides its importance to the owner, value of artwork depends on quality, condition and rarity. Items sold at auction for example, can be 'passed in' (unsold when no one present is interested in bidding) - or can fetch a record price when more than one person is particularly keen to buy. 

Paper is easily damaged.  Antique maps and prints are no exception.  If they are handled with care, fine antique engravings and lithographs can survive another hundred years. Look after your artwork by framing it with protective conservation materials so that impurities do not 'bleed' into the artwork. U/V protective glass also helps preserve both the material and the colour. If framed with conservation materials, the colours of modern printing inks can also be preserved. 

We have thousands of items not yet on our website. Let us assist in your search.
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Email sales@antiqueprintclub.com  Phone +61 (0)412 442 283 

Antique Print Club is 1 hour south of Brisbane in the Gold Coast Hinterland. Visits can be made by prior arrangement.