American Civil War Battle Maps

Our collection of old war maps from the Civil War years, 1861—1865, will dazzle history buffs.
From the opening shots of the war as Fort Sumter is attacked to Lee's surrender at the Appomattox Court house, we are pleased to offer a comprehensive catalog of stunning old map reproductions. Civil war battle maps from Virginia to the siege of Georgia to the Antietam battlefield — whatever your interest, you will find your old Civil War maps here. We have reconnaissance maps, hand-drawn sketches, and theater-of-war maps, including detailed battle maps of both the Union and Confederate armies’ movements and campaigns.
All old war maps are lovingly restored and reproduced using state-of-the art printers, paper and ink, guaranteeing that your beautiful work of art will last for decades.

U.S. Maps & Diagrams - NY Herald  1861 - 23 x 32.11
Union & Confederate Army Positions - 1863 - 23 x 26.17
Union Dist. South Carolina - Mills  1825 - 23 x 26
United States Military - James Wyld  1861 - 23 x 32.98
United States Ordnance & Ordnance Stores - Bien  1895 - 23 x 36.63
United States With Military Stations Forts - 1861 - 23 x 37.54
Vicinity Georgia - 1864 - 23 x 25.38
Vicksburg Approaches & Rebel Defense - 1863 - 23 x 33.52
Vicksburg Mississippi & Louisiana - 1863 - 29 x 23
Vicksburg Mississippi Rebel Battle - 1863 - 29.13 x 23
Virginia  Pocket War - 1861 - 28.94 x 23
Virginia &  North Carolina - CRAM 1860 - 23 x 23.75