We specialise in the publication of high quality facsimiles of rare 16th to 19th century maps, 17th and 18th century playing cards and individual prints from the same period.
IN THE PRESS
Harry Margary’s facsimile does it full justice and could not possibly be bettered as a reproduction. Ralph Hyde’s readable introductory essay tells the historian all he could wish for
Journal of Historical Geography
These productions are recent examples of the quality end of the business of reproducing maps … A considerable technical achievement, especially in respect of the clarity of printing.
Urban History Yearbook
This latest fruit of the partnership between Harry Margary and Guildhall Library is fully up to the high standard so far achieved. …. Mr Margary’s facsimile is very well printed – in a pleasing shade of dark brown – from an excellent uncoloured copy.
The outlay is undeniable value since here is an opportunity for anyone to get the enjoyment of cartographic treasures when a collection of originals would obviously be beyond consideration.
This map …must …be one of this year’s best answers to the “man who has everything” problem. It is one of a collection of beautifully detailed maps reproduced from an original series of maps.
We have only to compare Harry Margary’s reproduction … To appreciate the excellence of the new work. … Not only is it a fine example of the printer’s art, but every care has been taken to improve its usefulness to the historian.