Amsterdam Map Fair 

AMSTERDAM  Map Fair 
7 September 2024


This map fair will be held on Saturday in 7  September 2024 in the Ruyter Zaal of the Amsterdam Maritime Museum, Kattenburgerplain 1, 1018 KK Amsterdam, The Netherlands.



25 map dealers from The Netherlands, Belgium, France, England, United States, Germany, Italy and Cyprus.


Opening at 11.00 exclusively for members of "Vrienden van het Maritieme Museum" and by invitation. 

General public 12.00 until  17.00.

Free entry.



Provisional list of exhibitors:


Paul Bremmers Antiquariaat,    Brusselsestraat 91 - 6211 PC Maastricht - Pays-Bas - Tel. +31 (43) 325 3762 - Email: info@paulbremmers.com

Antiquariat Reinhold Berg - Wahlenstraße 8, 93047 Regensburg - Allemagne - Tel.: +49 (941) 52229 - Email : rberg@bergbook.com 

Gert-Jan BestebreurtjeLangendijk 8, 4132 AK Vianen, Netherlands - Tel: +31 347 322 548 - Email : info@gertjanbestebreurtje.com

Librairie Loeb-Larocque, 31 rue de Tolbiac, 75013 Paris, France - Tel : +33 1 84884586 - email: info@loeb-larocque.com

Boekhandel en Antiquariaat De Roo, Van Meelstraat 12, 3331 KR Zwijndrecht - Tel.: +31 78 612 4081 - Email : info@derooboeken.nl

Antiquariaat Dat Narrenship, Turfkaai 11, 4331 JV Middelburg - Tel. +31 6 28146967 - Email: mail@datnarrenship.nl

Old Times,  Via Campo di Marte 26 - Pérouse, Italie - Tel.: +39( 075) 505 20 18 - Email: oldtimes@oldtimesrarebooks.com

Gonzalo Fernández Pontes Libros y Mapas antiguos - Nunez de Balboa, 19 - 28001 Madrid, Spain - Tél.: +34 (91) 4358000 - Email: info@pontesmaps.com

Götzfried Antique Maps,  Martinusweg 4, 88069 Tettnang - Allemagne - Tel.: +49 7542 9396097 - Email : rjg@vintage-maps.com

Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps,  7463 Girard Avenue, La Jolla, CA 92037 , Etats-Unis - Tel: +1 (858) 551 8500 - Email: blr@raremaps.com

Trippini Sergio Studio Bibliografico - Stampe Antiche, SEDE Gavirate VA - Via 5 Piante, 24 - 21026 Italy Tel.: +39 0332 746556 - Email: info@trippini.it

Hanno Schreyer GbR - Buch- und Kunstantiquariat.  Euskirchener Straße 57 - 59, 53121 Bonn-Endenich, Germany - Tel: +49 (0)228 - 62 10 59 - Email: SchreyerBonn@t-online.de

Paulus Swaen Europe, Pieter Lastmankade 2, 1075 KJ Amsterdam - Tel. +31 20 2255198 - Email : paulus@swaen.com

Please let us know if we can add you to the list of participants and start the preparations


amsterdam@map-fair.com


Tel. NL :  +31 (06) 27839704



Organisation : Paulus Swaen Europe bv, |  www.swaen.com  | Amsterdam (tel +31 (0)6- 27839704) 

Librairie Loeb-Larocque, Paris (tel. +33 652222607)

 Céline van Hoorn Amsterdam |  (celine@celinevanhoorn.com)


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Maritime Museum Amsterdam

The National Maritime Museum holds one of the world's largest and most notable maritime collections including paintings, ship models, navigation instruments and sea charts. Discover 500 years of Dutch maritime history and its strong link to society of today and tomorrow.

The National Maritime Museum shows how water connects worlds. Housed in the old ‘Zeemagazijn van de Admiraliteit’ of Amsterdam, a former naval storehouse from 1656, the museum is dedicated to ships and ship transport. It illustrates the story of five hundred years of maritime history in the Netherlands and shows the sea’s influence on the Dutch culture. The collection includes ship models, paintings, world maps and various weapons. A 1990 replica of the famous VOC ship Amsterdam is moored next to the museum.

Exhibition 'Maps & Marvels' in The National Maritime Museum

The exhibition Maps & Marvels shows how Dutch seafarers in the Golden Age found their way at sea, and how these voyages defined the way Europeans saw the world.

Their discoveries of unknown territories formed the basis for increasingly refined maps. The smallest details were included, and the beautiful illustrations make each map a work of art. Het Scheepvaartmuseum’s map collection is one of the world's most prestigious collections, and tells us a lot about the voyages of the time and about the science of cartography. The centuries-old maps transport visitors to the locations that shaped Dutch history: South Africa, Indonesia, Japan, Australia, and Brazil. The spectacular wall map of Amsterdam by Pieter Bast dating from 1597 forms the starting point. .