Maps of Antiquity

★★★★☆
Open 10am - 5pm daily. Additional hours are available by appointment. Check ahead off season if driving a distance.
  • 1409 Main St

    Chatham, MA 02633

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  • 508-945-1660

About Maps of Antiquity

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  • Picture Framing
  • Antique Shops
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Maps of Antiquity is no longer in business, but the inventory was bought by a shop in Chatham that is now a map shop. They are on Route 28, heading to Harwich. I was there and the owner is knowledgeable and helpful.

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Maps of Antiquity is no longer in business, but the inventory was bought by a shop in Chatham that is now a map shop. They are on Route 28, heading to Harwich. I was there and the owner is knowledgeable and helpful.

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Business Response:

Thank You & Clarification Thank you for your kind review. Maps of Antiquity (the business) was purchased by Bob Zaremba & Danielle Jeanloz in 2006 when the former owner retired. That business was moved to Chatham. In 2008, the owners also acquired Amherst Antiquarian Maps and merged that business into Maps of Antiquity. We that hope you will experience our wider selection and new material.
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This is not your ordinary Antique dealer. This is the highest of high end dealers. dealing mostly in nautical items, but some other unique pieces as well. Prices are extremely high, I have seen items priced as high as 100,000 - and no I didn't add an extra 0!!!

no children aloud.

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This is not your ordinary Antique dealer. This is the highest of high end dealers. dealing mostly in nautical items, but some other unique pieces as well. Prices are extremely high, I have seen items priced as high as 100,000 - and no I didn't add an extra 0!!!

no children aloud.

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Business Response:

Thank you. Thank you for your kind words. Please note that we do allow children and our price range is currently from $10 - $,5000 with many antique maps from the 1800's priced between $60 - $150. While we wonder if you may have been thinking of another place, we appreciate the compliments! Thanks again. Danielle & Bob - Owners
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if you want to purchase something very special as a collectible, then Chatham antiques is the place. i have shopped there several times and the staff are very knowledgeable and kind. they are not snooty and their prices are fair for what they have. a lot of nautical items and english antiques.

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if you want to purchase something very special as a collectible, then Chatham antiques is the place. i have shopped there several times and the staff are very knowledgeable and kind. they are not snooty and their prices are fair for what they have. a lot of nautical items and english antiques.

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Recently expanded from 4,000 maps to over 12,000 maps making us one of the largest retail antique map & chart stores in the U.S.. Our focus is customer service and providing you with something special for your home or a friend.

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Antique Maps & Charts Nautical Charts Reproductions Historical Engravings Natural History Prints

 

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