Vintage Historical Maps of Europe and the World in around 1900 - Old Antique Map Prints, Posters and Pictures for sale

The 1900 Collection features old vintage maps for sale offered as digitally re-mastered replicas, covering Europe and World in between late 1890s and early 1900s, before the Great War (1914-1918) and up to late 1930s. These antique historical maps are available as poster prints, high resolution royalty-free stock pictures and georeferenced images for gadget navigation. This is a unique heritage cartography resource for scholars, family historians, publishers, film people, map enthusiasts and tourists using mobile navigation. If you are looking for a unique geography map gift, find and order here one or more from a splendid selection of antique vintage map quality poster prints and canvases to handle to your relatives, colleagues and friends or to keep for your own home and office interior décor like vintage wall maps, etc. Buy old travel maps, city and town plans, country maps, mountain chain and town panoramas as downloadable raster images for professional use as part of graphic or interior design. Download navigable GPS-enabled georeferenced historic maps for iOs and Android smartphones and tablets at low bargain prices. To find the perfect item use the search box, map catalogue, historical interactive map or alphabetic name catalogue of great cartographers of the past. Your historical map poster print will be done on archival matte paper or classic canvas using the highest quality colors and shipped internationally.

Former Country Maps: Yugoslavia during different periods (1918 - 1930s)
Prior to the unification, Serbia was already united with the kingdom of Montenegro and the regions of Kosovo, Vojvodina and Vardar Macedonia. The newly formed state was called the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes for eleven initial years, as old historical maps show. The area controlled important land routes and regions from central and Western Europe to Aegean Sea and Turkish Straits. The regions occupied were also described to be the ‘’crossroads between East and West’’. Mountainous regions dominated the most part of Yugoslavia [more…]

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Segovia city map, 1913
Segovia city map, 1913
Buy Image (300 dpi, 1794 x 1230 px)
(5.98 x 4.1 inch, 152 x 105 mm),
Size on disk 1.71 Mb
€ 16.89
Buy Print: Paper. 8 x 12 inch, 200 x 300 mm
Scaled up to fit to page (171%, 7.09x10.28 inch, 180x261 mm). Proportions will be constrained
€ 13.69
Buy Print: Canvas 1.8 cm. 8 x 12 inch, 200 x 300 mm
Scaled up to fit to page (171%, 7.09x10.28 inch, 180x261 mm). Proportions will be constrained
€ 29.99
Buy Print: Canvas 3.8 cm. 8 x 12 inch, 200 x 300 mm
Scaled up to fit to page (171%, 7.09x10.28 inch, 180x261 mm). Proportions will be constrained
€ 44.99
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