Old Ordnance Survey Maps 1800's And 1900's
Old Ordnance Survey Maps 1800's And 1900's
- ✓ Historic OS Maps from 1800's and 1900's
- ✓ Instant live preview
- ✓ Made with eco-friendly materials
- ✓ Custom framed with mount options
Due to Royal Mail delays, we are now shipping all custom frames via DPD/DHL Express for all UK orders. Express orders will be prioritised.
Old OS Map delivery times as follows:
Decorate your home with a custom old os map of anywhere in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland). Personalise your own ordnance survey historical map with your chosen location.
Create a beautiful personalised map print with our live preview and select different maps from the 1800's and 1900's. We have an archive of thousands of high resolution scans of original historical ordnance survey maps that accurately show roads, buildings, landmarks, etc from over a century ago. Including several professionally framed options.
We also offer several other old maps that are not available online so please contact us if you have any requests for maps of specific time periods and we can provide you with options.
Each sheet has been carefully joined together to form a full join-less map of the entirety of Great Britain. Whilst every effort has been made to accurately align each sheet using the known boundaries of Ordnance Survey historical maps, there may however be some areas that don't line up exactly. This is partly because maps from a century ago were not surveyed nor intended to be used with the greater accuracy of present-day technologies, but also potentially due to the warping of paper map sheets over time.
How Are The Old Maps Made?
We have an archive of thousands of high resolution scans of old maps which have gone through the time-consuming and meticulous process of carefully aligning each sheet (some OS map series's are formed of almost 4000 map sheets). Each has further been checked with historical map records for accuracy.
How Accurate Are The Old OS Maps?
The OS map series were and are typically the most accurate maps of Great Britain and although surveying equipment was not as accurate a century ago as it now is today, the maps are detailed down to individual buildings for certain map series's. However, whilst every effort has been made to accurately align each sheet using the known boundaries of Ordnance Survey historical maps, there may however be some areas that don't line up exactly. This is partly because maps from a century ago were not surveyed nor intended to be used with the greater accuracy of present-day technologies, but also potentially due to the warping of paper map sheets over time.
What Is Displayed On The Maps?
We offer a few options for old OS maps dating back to 1885, the OS County Series is the earliest and most detailed old OS map created and covers the whole of Great Britain. It is detailed enough to display individual buildings, landmarks, bodies of water, roads, etc even in remote areas. You will also be able to see a preview of your selected area.
What Framing Options Do You Offer?
We frame everything ourselves from our studio in Surrey and offer hundreds of frame moulding options. Several of our most popular are listed on the OS map designing page or if you have a specific framing requirement feel free to contact us: contact options
Printing And Framing Made Easy
We aim to provide you with an easy printing and framing service for all your wall art needs. We offer a huge selection of frames each can be made to your exact measurements to suit your project - not just for artwork but memorabilia such as football t-shirts, boxing gloves, golf balls, etc.
Environmentally Responsible Materials
Tree-free paper. Our paper is made from 100% recycled cotton and rated 5/5 by Conservatree.org.
Over 50% of the aluminium we use for our frames has been made using recycled aluminium.
The cardboard in our packaging is FSC mix and recycled.
We offer free shipping on all UK orders £50 and over
Fully customisable using our framing designer
High Quality Print
Printed using museum-grade thick 310gsm paper
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Sustainably made, from the materials we use for framing to the packaging
If you choose to upload your art work it will be printed with thick 310gsm archival art paper with a matt finish, which gives crisp lines and a wide tonal range of colour. Made with 100% recycled cotton, the paper we use is one of the most environmentally friendly papers. The paper conforms to ISO 9706 code ensuring museum quality for highest age resistance and is both acid and lignin-free. We use high quality inks which prevent fading over time thus maintaining deep blacks and colours for many years.
We offer several premium framing options that you can select on the product designer and if you opt for us to print and frame, our framers will professionally frame the artwork for you so it arrives ready-to-hang. As framers we also have several other frame choices, let us know if you have a bespoke requirement.
Want Custom Alterations?
Should you require any design/framing advice we offer a free consultation service! Either contact us via live chat or email.