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  Michael W. Perry & Co.
1837 Divisadero Street
San Francisco, CA 94115 USA
Tel: 415.563.8853
Fax: 415.563.8852
info@mwperry.com

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Gallery Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday
11:30am to 6:00pm
Closed: Sunday and Monday
Other Times by Appointment
 


Antique Prints and Rare Maps


Michael W. Perry & Co. offers one of the largest collections in San Francisco of 16th to 19th century antique prints and rare maps for purchase. Our subject matter is varied and wide and includes a fine selection of the best historic and decorative antique prints and rare maps available. We source our prints from throughout the United States and Europe, and offer tailored searches to meet your collecting needs.

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Our extensive inventory includes:

  • Architectural Elevations and Details: including a large selection after Piranesi, Vitruvius Britannicus, Gori and Neufforge
  • Botanical Prints: including a fine selection from Besler, Buchoz, Curtis, Jaume-Saint-Hilaire, Thornton and Turpin
  • Historical Portraits: including notable figures in European and American history
  • Natural History: including a large selection of fish, reptiles, insects, human anatomy, shells and mammals. Prints include selections from Albinus, Bloch, Cuvier and Turpin
  • Birds: including a large selection of by Audubon, Gould and Barraband
  • Native Americana: including a large selection of portraits after McKenney & Hall, James Otto Lewis and George Catlin.
  • California / San Francisco: including a large selection of maps, views and other historic scenes of San Francisco, the Gold Rush and California
  • Rare Maps: Our selection of antique rare maps span the 16th - 19th centuries and include all areas of the world. Selections include works after Ortelius, DeVaugondy, Sanson, Seile, Colton, Johnson and Mitchell.
  • Americana: including scenes, historical events and places. Including works after Currier & Ives, Thomas Nast, Winslow Homer, Frederic Remington, Harper's Weekly and Picturesque America