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The Vinland Map

04 Mar

In 1957 this map surfaced in rare map circles, and offered anonymously for sale to the British Museum.  Significantly it included an accurate depiction of Canada, the storied Vinland of the Icelandic Sagas. The map predated Columbus by 50 years and a Viking map had never surfaced prior to this time. The map was purchased […]

March at Last! And a special offer on our beautiful IRELAND 1906!

01 Mar

  Until March 18!! SALE! 25% off! Our Ireland 1906, hand-painted by Lisa Middleton This is a beautiful historic map of all the major rivers and cities in Ireland circa 1906 by one of my favorite cartographers, John Bartholomew of Edinburgh. 11×14″ Gift Print, 18×24 Giclee, and 24×36 Giclee 25% until March 18! Please visit this Etsy listing to […]

Newest work

17 Feb

        Plan of New Orleans The Capital of Louisiana; with the Disposition of its Quarters and Canals as they have been traced by Mr. de la Tour in the year 1720 . . . Description: This early English plan of New Orleans was drawn by Thomas Jefferys, one of London’s top map […]

Made in Montana Report: March 2013

17 Feb

  Made in Montana Report: March 2013   I had a huge learning experience at my first wholesale tradeshow at the Made In Montana Marketplace in March 2013!  Luckily I had great traveling weather and I got to experience more of Montana’s exquisite early spring beauty.           A jeweler from Seeley Lake, MT offered to […]

Guns Amo and Art

17 Feb

I had so much fun at my first show I was ready for another! A gun show was occurring at the same location the following weekend for three days for less than half of what I paid for my booth at the craft show so I said sure, “Men love maps!”   I was ready […]