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Welcome to antique maps and antique prints from 16th century to 1920s.
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When did you last look at the pictures on your walls? Your artwork 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, ask picture framers for alternative presentations or show them pictures of framing styles you like.

Select from more that 5,000 rare original Antique Prints and Antique Maps from 100 to 400 years old
- or Heritage Editions - Vintage reproduction prints and maps, printed from rare antique artwork: classic style, readily available and affordable, with matching groups, often larger than the original antique prints. 17th to mid-19th century European knowledge and discovery of Australia is shown in Heritage Editions reproductions from antique maps.
For large commercial contracts, multiple numbers of single images of Heritage Vintage Prints are particularly inexpensive.

- or Decorator Art (individual hand-coloured Heritage Editions prints and maps, and other imported vintage reproduction prints)
- or Books (antiquarian books, reference books, classic fiction...)

(Please note that there may be a surcharge payable for overseas shipment, depending on destination and method of delivery.)

Antique maps and prints are continually being added, so email or phone 61 (0)412 442 283
- so your interests can be scanned and added first

- for assistance choosing something special for someone special
- for suggestions of subject or group, or complimentary style or colour
- to purchase a Gift Certificate (for any value, 3 months' validity, and transferable during that time)
- to arrange a visit to Antique Print Club at Neranwood in the Gold Coast hinterland
(above Springbrook Rd, west of Robina/Mudgeeraba M1 (1hr 30 mins south of Brisbane via Exit 77, or north of Byron Bay via Exit 79.) 

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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.