Historical County Maps

Historical county maps are of particular interest to genealogists and historians. Why? They are often “landowner” maps, covered with the names of individuals who owned land. Some antique maps were even created by “subscription” — landowners, farmers, and merchants paid to have their properties and names appear on the maps!
Trace the history of your land, your family, or the place where you now live with a beautiful vintage map reproduction — or simply enjoy the beauty of these historical drawings.
Many old county maps were drawn in the period 1860-1880. These elaborate Victorian-era county maps are best known for their impressively intricate illustrations of local scenes. They represent each county's coming of age, when it became possible to produce such extravagant documentation. Some show public places, including cemeteries, courthouses, and city halls. Looking for something truly unique? We’ve even got the occasional "bird's-eye view" map. Browse our large selection — you are sure to find a delightful historical map that will suit your décor or become a cherished gift.

Alleghany County Virginia - 1870 - 69.55 x 23
Alleghany County Virginia - 1972 - 25.15 x 23
Alleghany Garret Counties Maryland - Martenet 1873 - 23 x 36.07
Allen County Indiana - Andreas 1876 - 23 x 29.06
Allen County Kansas - Everts 1887 - 23 x 26.03
Alpena County Michigan - Walling 1873 - 23 x 30
Amelia County Virginia - Booker 1850 - 32.50 x 23
Amherst County Virginia - Hotchkiss 1866 - 29.55 x 23
Anderson County Kansas - Everts 1887 - 23 x 27.50
Anderson County Texas - Walker 1903 - 23 x 28.08
Anderson County Texas - Walsh 1879 - 26.91 x 23
Ann Arbor County Michigan - Everts 1874 - 23 x 27.25