22nd Annual Miami International Map Fair
HistoryMiami, 101 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida 33130
February 7, 2014 from 10am to 5pm, February 8, 2015
from 12pm to 5pm
This annual event at HistoryMiami showcases antique maps, rare books, panoramas and atlases from around the world.
Peruse and purchase antique maps from some of the finest map dealers in the world
Discover the history and future of cartography with our dynamic speakers:
Richard H. Brown, Vice Chairman, Norman B. Leventhal Map Center
William B. Ginsberg, Map Collector and Author
Jacqueline V. Nolan, GIS Cartographer, Library of Congress
Enjoy interactive, geospatial GIS demonstrations presented by the Maps & Imagery User Services, GIS Center of Florida International University
(Includes daily admission to Dealers Marketplace, expert opinion, lectures, private VIP Preview & receptions, lunch each day, and a private tour of the HistoryMiami Archives & Research Center. Optional historic City Tours available for an additional fee.)
HistoryMiami Members: $70 // Non-Members: $80
(Includes access to Dealers Marketplace, expert opinion, and lectures)
HistoryMiami Members: $15 // Non-Members: $20 // Students (with ID): $10
Call 305-375-1618, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit:
Luke Vavra of
Cartographic Arts has been selling antique maps for more than thirty years. He is a member of the Mercator Society (New York Public Library), the Washington Map Society, the Phillip Lee Phillips Society (Library of Congress), and the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America (ABAA). His stock is strongest in
maps of Colonial
America. However, he sells rare and antique maps covering most parts of the world and most time periods, and exhibits at a few map fairs in the USA. For your ease in finding and viewing maps, his web site
www.CartographicArts.com is both menu-driven and searchable.
From time to time Luke posts Tales
from the Rare Map Cabinet on his blog at rareandantiquemaps.blogspot.com.
Based near Washington DC, Merlyn Reineke of
Heirloom Maps offers a fine range of old, rare and decorative maps, that
may be visited at map fairs and similar events in and near Washington
DC. Heirloom Maps also provides a museum-quality framing service at
highly competitive rates.
A. Burden Ltd.
second-generation firm is a world leader in the sale of rare decorative
prints, and antique maps and
atlases, especially within the trade.
Philip Burden is also the author of the definitive two volume treatise
on the mapping
of North America.
Cive A. Burden's maps cover the period from incunabula to the late 1800s
and they also carry both topographical and decorative prints, including botanical, bird and other natural history in addition to Vanity Fair caricatures. Books include atlases, illustrated and colour plate works.
They exhibit at map fairs around the world. Rare