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Loved this vintage map shop with antique maps, books, postcards, and prints. I actually found a postcard from my small private alma mater and had to get it! If you enjoy antique maps, I highly recommend this shop. You could easily spend hours there and...More
This a fun shop to visit and if you want an old print to frame, the selection is large, if not discerning. Much of the material appeared to be from broken up atlases and other books, therefore not particularly rare. While prices in general were...More
My husband and I decided to explore this quaint shop and found so much history here! It's a place definitely to visit while in Savannah. There is an extensive collection of maps, photographs, and books that I could spend days searching through. Next time I'm...More
This is a fun find! It's easy to get lost in the folios of old maps and photos.
Everything is labelled and categorized and is easy to find.
Prices are everywhere from extremely reasonable to luxury. Basically, for $10-$15, you can find something from the...More
The most interesting shop in all of Savannah, in my humble opinion. Such a wonderful atmosphere with hundreds - if not thousands - of prints, photos, maps, antiquarian books, etc. to look through in those cozy nook. I could have stayed here for days! I...More
Quaint little shop with antique maps & books. The owner was a history professor for over 30 years and is a wealth of knowledge. Spent 3 hours in here and didn't scratch the surface! His research & he & his adorable wife are featured in...More
We stopped in for a grouping of architecture plans and the owner was intrigued by us and decided to take us on a tour of their historic home. What a wonderful gentleman! The home is gorgeous, his wife is lovely and their dogs are so...More
The organization of the material is extremely helpful -- and necessary -- for this extensive collection. Four or five rooms full of map cabinets with every drawer packed with original engravings and prints as well as narrow shelves from floor to ceiling. There seemed to...More
It can be a challenge to find this little gem. We had to go upstairs and ring a bell for the owner to come down and open up. He lives right above the shop.
The owner was previously a History and Political Science professor. The...More
The Duncan's have amassed an amazing collection of maps, prints and books. There is something for every interest and every pocketbook. Take time to pull open the many drawers and see what you find. This shop is a treasure trove.
Ginger and John epitomize southern...More