National Geographic Society Maps

December 21, 2018

Some of the most popular collectible maps are those issued as supplements to National Geographic Magazine.  Not only are these maps widely accessible, making it easy to start a collection, they are also universally recognized as outstanding examples of the cartographer’s art.


            The National Geographic Society, established in 1888 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., has always been known for the fine maps in its publications, although in its early years, the Society didn’t actually make its own maps; it distributed maps published by government agencies or other map makers.  In 1915 the Society formed a map department and ever since has been producing and distributing its own maps.  Today it prints millions of copies of each of its maps.

            Through about 1920 the maps were lightly glued inside the front cover of the magazine and disbound copies may show traces of this glue.  Since that time, the maps have simply been inserted into the magazine.

            From the beginning the Society has dated its maps, usually with the month and year of issue, but sometimes with the year alone.  In a few cases, the date on the map is different from the date on the magazine.  Through the 1942 map of the Pacific Ocean, the maps were folded inside-out, with the blank side showing; consequently, it’s not uncommon to find these earlier maps refolded incorrectly with the printed side out.  This misfolding is one type of damage to watch for when adding these maps to your collection.  Another type is paper separation along the folds, especially in the earlier maps, which were printed on a thinner paper.

            Since the 1960’s it has been standard to print on both sides of the paper, and text, artwork and photographs often accompany the maps.  In a few cases, the magazine supplements are not maps at all, such as the June 1989 pictorial on dinosaurs or the September 1973 sheet on outer space.  And in a few other cases, the Society has issued maps that were not included with the magazine.  Examples include maps issued with various books the Society has published, maps offered for sale separately, such as the December 1960 map of the U.S.S.R., and maps such as the July 1944 large-format “Germany and Its Approaches – for use by War and Navy Department Agencies only; not for sale or distribution.”

            You should generally be able to find copies of National Geographic Society maps in very good to excellent condition.  Often, these maps have remained safely tucked inside the magazine and if they’ve been stored in a dry, bug-free environment, should be in fine shape.  With care and patience, misfolded maps can be correctly refolded; it’s helpful to have an example on hand to use as a model.  Even when these maps were removed from the magazine, they’re usually in reasonably good condition; these maps were typically not put to the same type of use (or abuse) as road and highway maps.

            Generally, and not surprisingly, the older National Geographic Society maps are worth more than the newer ones.  Far fewer were issued – and even fewer have survived.  Values reflect this scarcity and a copy of the October 1898 “The Gold and Coal Fields of Alaska” would set you back at least $100, if you can find one.  All of the other maps from the years 1892-1905 are also rare and will cost between $50 and $75 apiece.

            Titles between 1906 and 1918 are also desirable and hard to find; retail prices may run between $10 and $25 apiece.


            From 1921 onward the maps become noticeably more plentiful and prices will be lower – and tend to vary more widely from dealer to dealer.  On average, titles from the 20’s and 30’s run $6 each; one exception is the April 1939 “Reaches of New York City,” which was displayed in the governor’s office on the TV show Benson and commands a bit more.  Maps from the early 40’s usually can sell for $5 apiece, largely because of their tie-in with the Second World War.  Another popular – and similarly priced – war map is the April 1961 “Battlefields of the Civil War.”

            From the 50’s onwards, one map dealer may ask $3 for a given title and another one may only want a buck, but if you don’t mind poking through thrift shops, flea markets and garage sales, you can usually find these newer maps for 25 cents – or less – apiece, although there’s no guarantee you’ll locate the title you’re looking for.  You can also contact the National Geographic Society itself; their current catalog lists for more than 60 of their most recent and best-selling maps – for $7.95 apiece plus shipping and handling.


Checklist of Supplemental Maps Issued by National Geographic Magazine

[Note: The date at left is the issue in which the map appeared; in a few cases the date actually printed on the map may be different.  In its first half-dozen years the National Geographic Magazine was published on an “occasional” basis.  (AP = Atlas Plate)



            Oct – Asheville District


            Mar 21 – Muir Glacier

            Mar 31 – United States


            Apr 7 – Nuremburg Chronicle Map, 1493; Juan de la Cosa Map, 1500; Ruysch Map, 1508


            Jan – Russia in Europe

Feb – The Orinoco River

Mar – Submarine Cables of the World

Oct – Nansen Explorations


            Mar – The Gold and Coal Fields of Alaska

            May – Cuba


            Jun – Theater of Military Operations in Luzon

            Jul – Region Adjacent to the Nicaragua Canal Route

            Aug – South Polar Regions

            Nov – Vancouver’s Chart No. 1, Vancouver’s Chart No. 2

            Dec – Seat of War in Africa


            Jan – Philippine Islands as the Geographical Center of the Far East

            Sep – Northeastern China


            Jan – The Philippines (Two maps)


            Feb – Pilot Chart of the North Atlantic Ocean for February 1903


            Jan – Alaskan Boundary Decision

            Mar – War Map of Manchuria and Korea

            May – Alaska


            Feb – Cart of the World on Mercator’s Projection

            Jun – Seat of War in Manchuria

            Aug – Philippine Islands

            Oct – Region of the Panama Canal


            Jun – Co-tidal Lines for the World

            Oct – Cuba


            Jul – The North Pole Regions


            Mar – Africa


            May – Mexico


            Jan – Countries Bordering the Mediterranean Sea

            Feb – Bird’s Eye View of the Panama Canal

            Oct – China and Its Territories


            Feb – Central America, Cuba, Porto Rico & the Islands of the Caribbean Sea


            Feb – Alaska

            May – Mexico

            Aug – New Balkan States and Central Europe


            Jul – Europe and Adjoining Portions of Africa & Asia


            Jul – Mexico


            May – Western Theatre of War

            Dec – The Races of Europe and Adjoining Portions of Asia and Africa


            Feb – Europe Showing Countries as Established by the Peace Conference

            May – Asia and Adjoining Europe with a portion of Africa

            Oct – South America

            Dec – Sovreignty and Mandate Boundary Lines in 1921 of Islands of the Pacific


            Feb – The Countries of the Caribbean, including Mexico & Central America

            Oct – Africa and Adjoining Portions of Europe & Asia

            Dec – The World


            Apr – United States of America


            May – North America


            Nov – The Arctic Regions


            Sep – N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Georgia and Eastern Tennessee


            Feb – Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia


            Dec – Europe and the Near east


            Jan – Florida

            Apr – Louisiana


            May – Illinois


            Jan – A Map of the Travels of George Washington

            Oct – The Antarctic Regions

            Dec – The World


            May – The United States and Adjoining Portions of Canada and Mexico

            Nov – Greater New York

            Dec – Asia and Adjacent Regions


            Dec – Mexico, Central America and the West Indies


            Jun – Africa

            Dec – The World (Two Hemispheres)


            Jun – Canada

            Dec – Pacific Ocean


            Jun – Modern Pilgrim’s Map of the British Isles

            Jul – The White Mountains of New Hampshire

            Dec – South America


            Apr – The Reaches of New York City

            Jul – Historic and Scenic Reaches of the Nation’s Capital

            Dec – Bible Lands and the cradle of Civilization


            Apr – The Reaches of New York City

            Jul – Atlantic Ocean

            Oct – Central Europe and the Mediterranean

            Dec – Mexico, Central America and the West Indies


            Mar – Classical Lands of the Mediterranean

            May – Europe and the Near East

            Jun – The Southwestern United States

            Dec – The United States and Adjoining Portions of Canada and Mexico


            Mar – Indian Ocean Including Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia

            Jun – Northwestern United States and Neighboring Canadian Provinces

            Sep – Atlantic Ocean

            Dec – The World


            Feb – Theater of War in the Pacific Ocean

            May – North America

            Jul – Theater of the War in Europe, Africa and Western Asia

            Oct – South America

            Dec – Asia and Adjacent Areas


            Feb – Africa

            Apr – Northern and Southern Hemispheres

            Jun – Europe and the Near East

            Sep – Pacific Ocean and the Bay of Bengal

            Dec – The World Map


            Apr – Japan and the Adjacent Regions of Asia and the Pacific Ocean

            Jul – Germany and Its Approaches

            Oct – Southeast Asia and Pacific Islands from the Indies to the Solomons

            Dec – Union of Soviet Socialist Republics


            Mar – The Philippines

            Jun – China

            Sep – Northeastern United States

            Dec – Japan and Korea


            Feb – Northern Hemisphere

            Apr – India and Burma

            Jul – United States of America

            Dec – Bible Lands and the Cradle of Western Civilization


            Feb – Southeastern United States

            Jun – Canada, Alaska & Greenland

            Oct – Countries of the Caribbean Including Mexico, Central America & the West Indies

            Dec – South Central United States


            Mar – Australia

            Sep – A Pocket Map of Washington, D.C.

            Dec – Southwestern United States


            Jun – Europe and the Near East

            Oct – The Top of the World

            Dec – Classical Lands of the Mediterranean


            Mar – Africa and the Arabian Peninsula

            Jun – Northwestern United States and Neighboring Canadian Provinces

            Oct – South America

            Dec – Western Europe


            Mar – Asia and Adjacent Areas

            Jun – United States of America

            Sep – Central Europe Including the Balkan States

            Dec – The World


            Mar – North America

            Jun – Southwest Asia: India, Pakistan and Northeast Africa

            Sep – The Far East

            Dec – Pacific Ocean


            Mar – Mexico and Central America

            Jun – Historical Map of the Unites States

            Oct – China Coast and Korea

            Dec – Great Lakes Region of the United States and Canada


            Mar – West Indies

            Jun – A Map of California

            Aug – Northern Europe

            Dec – Northern Africa


            Mar – Eastern South America

            Jun – New England

            Sep – Southeast Asia

            Dec – Atlantic Ocean


            Apr – Round About the Nation’s Capital

            Jun – Alaska

            Sep – The United States


            Mar – The World

            Jun – Europe

            Sep – Antarctica

            Dec – The Heavens / Star Charts


            Jan – Southeastern United States (Atlas Series)

            Mar – Southern South America (Atlas Series)

            May – National Parks, Monuments and Shrines of the Unites States and Canada

            Jul – British Isles (AP 31)

            Sep – Poland and Czechoslovakia (AP 38)

            Nov – North Central United States (AP 9)

            Dec – Greece and the Aegean (AP 40)


            Jan – Lands of the Eastern Mediterranean (AP 47)

            Apr – NE United States (AP 6)

            Jun – Germany (AP 35)

            Jul – State of Alaska (AP 18)

            Sep – Western Soviet Union (AP 45)

            Nov – Southwestern United States (AP 12)

            Dec – Asia and Adjacent Areas (AP 44)


            Feb – South America (AP 25)

            Apr – Northwestern United States (AP 11)

            Jun – France, Belgium and the Netherlands (AP 32)

            Jul – Hawaii (AP 15)

            Sep – Africa (AP 54)

            Nov – The World (AP 2)

            Dec – Japan and Korea (AP 51)


            Feb – South Central United States (AP 10)

            Apr – Battlefields of the Civil War (AP 14)

            May – Southeast Asia (AP 49)

            Jul – The United States (AP 5)

            Oct – Mexico and Central America (AP 22)

            Nov – Italy (AP 37)

            Dec – Canada (AP 19)


            Feb – The Balkans (AP 39)

            Apr – Pacific Ocean (AP 61) New Zealand, New Guinea & Pacific Islands

            Jun – Europe (AP 30)

            Aug – Washington to Boston (AP 7)

            Sep – Eastern South America (AP 27)

            Nov – Southern Africa (AP 57)

            Dec – West Indies (AP 23)


            Feb – Antarctica (AP 65)

            Apr – Scandinavia (AP 34)

            May – Southwest Asia (AP 48)

            Jul – Central Canada (AP 24)

            Sep – Australia (AP 59)

            Dec - Holy Land Today (AP 52)


            Feb – Northwestern South America (AP 26)

            Apr – North America (AP 17)

            May – Shakespeare’s Britain

            Jul – Greater New York/ Tourist Manhattan (AP 15)

            Nov – China (AP 50)

            Dec – Suburban Washington/Tourist Washington (U.S. AP 21)


            Jan – Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Eastern Thailand

            Feb – The World

            Mar – Spain and Portugal (AP 33)

            May – The Nile Valley: Land of the Pharaohs (AP 58)

            Sep – Switzerland, Austria and Northern Italy (AP 36)/TeAlps

            Nov – Top of the World (AP 3)


            May – Southern California (U.S. AP 69)/Northern California (Plate 68)

            Jul – Vacationlands of the United States and Southern Canada

            Aug – Northwestern Africa (AP 55)

            Sep – Western Canada (AP 21)


            Feb – Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand

            Mar – Eastern Soviet Union (AP 46)

            May – Eastern Canada (AP 20)

            Oct – Indian Ocean Floor

            Dec – Lands of the Bible Today


            Feb – The United States

            Jun – Atlantic Ocean Floor/ Atlantic Ocean (Atlas Plate 62)

            Oct – Archeological Map of Middle America

            Dec – Southeast Asia


            Feb – The Earth’s Moon

            Jun – Europe

            Oct – Pacific Ocean Floor/ Pacific Ocean


            Jan – West Indies and Central America

            Jun – Traveler’s Map of Italy

            Aug – Map of the Heavens, with Monthly Star Charts for Both Hemispheres

            Dec – The World


            Mar – The Peoples of Mainland Southeast Asia/Asia

            Jun – A Traveler’s map of France

            Oct – Arctic Ocean Floor/ Arctic Ocean

            Dec – 1971 The Peoples of Africa/Heritage of Africa


            Mar – Canada

            Jul – A Cultural Map of the Middle East/Peoples of the Middle East

            Oct – South America

            Dec – Indians of North America


            Feb – The Red Planet: Mars

            Mar – Close-up: U.S.A. The Northwest

            May – Mexico/Central America

            Aug – Close-up: U.S.A. Wisconsin, Michigan, and the Great Lakes

            Sep – Teammates in Mankind’s Greatest Adventure Earth from Space [Not a map]

            Nov – Close-up: U.S.A. Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands


            Mar – Close-up: U.S.A. The North Central States

            Apr – A Traveler’s Map of the British Isles

            Jun – Close-up: U.S.A. California and Nevada

            Oct – Close-up: U.S.A. The South Central States

            Dec – Discoverers of the Pacific/ Islands of the Pacific


            Mar – Close-up: U.S.A. Maine, with the Maritime Provinces of Canada

            Jun – Close-up: U.S.A. Alaska

            Jul – Close-up: U.S.A. Western New England

            Oct - Close-up: U.S.A. The Southeast

            Nov – The Political World/ The Physical World


            Feb – Peoples of the Soviet Union/ Soviet Union

            Apr - Close-up: U.S.A. Hawaii

            Jul – Portrait U.S.A.? The United States

            Oct - Close-up: U.S.A. The Mid-Atlantic States

            Dec – Whales of the World/ The Great Whales: Migration and Range


            Feb – Close-up: U.S.A. Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky

            May – Celtic Europe/Europe

            Jul – Wild and Scenic Rivers of the United States

            Oct - Close-up: U.S.A. The Southwest

            Dec – Colonization and Trade in the New World


            Jan - Close-up: U.S.A. The Northeast

            Apr - Close-up: Canada British Columbia, Alberta and the Yukon Territory

            Jul – The Heart of the Grand Canyon

            Sep – Middle East/ Early Civilizations in the Middle East

            Dec – Close-up: Canada Ontario


            Feb – Australia: Land of the Living Fossils/ Australia

            May – Close-up: Canada Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories

            Aug – Bird Migration in the Americas/ The Americas

            Oct – Medieval England/ British Isles


            Feb – Africa: Its Political Development/ Africa

            May – Close-up: Canada Quebec, Newfoundland

            Jul – The Peoples of China/ The People’s Republic of China

            Sep – Two Centuries of Conflict in the Middle East/ Mideast in Turmoil

            Dec – Visitor’s Guide to the Aztec World/ Mexico and Central America


            Feb – Tourist Islands of the West Indies/ West Indies and Central America

            Apr – Ireland and Northern Ireland: A Visitor’s Guide

            Jul – The Solar System

            Dec – The World/ World Ocean Floor


            Mar – Indians of South America

            Apr – The Face and Faith of Poland

            Sep – America’s Federal Lands/ The United States

            Nov – The Making of America: The Southwest

            Dec – The Historic Mediterranean/ the Mediterranean Seafloor


            Feb – Peoples of the Arctic/ Arctic Ocean

            Mar – The Making of America: Atlantic Gateways

            Jun – Journey into the Universe Through Time and Space/ Sky Survey

            Aug – The Making of America: Deep South

            Nov – The Making of America: Hawaii

            Dec – History of Europe/ Europe


            Jan – The Making of America: Alaska

            Apr – The Making of America: Far West

            Jun – Japan

            Aug – The Making of America: Central Rockies

            Oct – A Traveler’s Map of Spain and Portugal

            Dec – Peoples of South Asia/ South Asia with Afghanistan and Burma


            Feb – The Making of America: Northern Approaches

            Apr – A Traveler’s Map of the Alps

            Aug – The Shaping of a Continent: North America’s Active West

            Sep – The Making of America: Central Plains

            Nov – Canada’s Vacationlands

            Dec – Making of America: Ohio Valley


            Mar – The Making of America: Texas

            Apr – Central America Past and Present

            Jul – History of the Philippines/ The Philippines

            Aug – The Making of America: Pacific Northwest

            Nov – Where Did Columbus Discover America?

            Dec – The Making of America: Northern Plains


            Feb – The Making of America: New England

            Apr – Pinnipeds Around the World/ Antarctica

            Jul - The Making of America: Great Lakes

            Sep – Territorial Growth of the United States/ The United States

            Nov - The Making of America: West Indies


            Feb – A Traveler’s Look at Australia

            Jun – The Making of America: Tidewater

            Nov – Mount Everest

            Dec – The World/ Endangered Earth


            Feb – Special Places of the World: Yellowstone and Grand Teton

            Jun – The March Toward Extinction/ A new View of Dinosaurs [Not a map]

            Jul – Historical France/ France

            Oct – Land of the Maya

            Nov – Asia-Pacific

            Dec – Special Places of the World: Holy Land


            Jan – Atlantic Ocean/ Arctic Ocean (World Ocean Floors)

            Mar – Soviet Union

            Aug – Portraits of our Celestial Family/ The Solar System

            Sep – Special Places of the World: New York City

            Dec – Africa Threatened/ Africa


            Feb – States in Turmoil: The Middle East/ Middle East

            Mar – The Making of Canada: Quebec

            Jul – China

            Sep – A Traveler’s Map of Germany/ Germany

            Oct – Native American Heritage: a Visitor’s Guide

            Dec – World War II: Europe and North Africa/ Asia and the Pacific


            Feb – Spain in the Americas

            Apr – The Making of Canada: British Columbia

            Jun – Pacific Ocean/ Indian Ocean (World Ocean Floors)

            Aug – Amazonia: A World Resource at Risk/ South America

            Oct – Southwest U.S.A.

            Dec – The New Europe


            Jan – North America in the Age of Dinosaurs/ Dawn of the Delta

            Mar – The Former Soviet Union

            Jul – Coastal California


[Original article, published in September 1993, ends here.]


            Oct – Making of Canada: Atlantic Canada

            Nov – Water/ United States


            Feb – The Physical World/ The Political World

            May – Alaska

            Jul – Boston to Washington 1830/ Megaopolis

            Sep – Traveler’s Map of Mexico/ Mexico

            Dec – Making of Canada: Prairie Provinces


            Jan – Egypt’s Nile Valley – Delta/ Egypt’s Nile Valley – Upper Nile

            Feb – Historical Italy/ Italy

            Apr – Earth’s Fractured Surface/ Living on the Edge

            Jul – Heart of the Rockies/ Above the Rockies

            Sep – Hawaii

            Dec – Star Birth in the Orion Nebula/ The Heavens


            Feb – Exploring Indonesia/ Indonesia

            Apr – Old City: Jerusalem/ Jerusalem

            Jun – Making of Canada: Ontario

            Oct – Federal Lands in the Fifty States/ Physical United States

            Dec – The Mongols/ Mongol Khans


            Feb – Dawn of Humans/ Seeking Our Origins

            May – South Asia with Afghanistan and Myanmar/ India

            Jul – Romans/ The Roman Empire

            Sep – Making of Canada: The North

            Dec – The Mesoamerican/ Ancient Mesoamerica


            Feb – Millennium in Maps: Exploration/ The Explorers

            May - Millennium in Maps: Physical Earth/ Physical Earth

            Jul – Natural Hazards of North America/ Great Disasters

            Oct - Millennium in Maps: Population

            Dec – Traveler’s Map of Spain and Portugal


            Feb – Millennium in Maps: Biodiversity/ Diversity of Life

            May – Caspian Sea/ Caspian Region

            Aug – Millennium in Maps: Cultures/ Voices of the World

            Oct – Millennium in Maps: Milky Way/ The Universe

            Dec – The Greeks/ Ancient Greece


            Feb – The Balkans/ Plight of the Refugees

            Jun – Traveler’s Map of Britain and Ireland/ The Heart of Tourist London

            Jul – Australia: Under Siege/ Australia

            Aug – Sydney/ Sydney Olympic Park

            Sep – Western Migration/ The Pathfinders

            Dec – Dawn of Humans: People of the Americas/ The Americas


            Feb – Mars Revealed/ Destination Mars

            Apr – The Egyptians/ Ancient Egypt

            Jul – Sunken Treasures/ Treasures of the World

            Sep – Africa’s Natural Realms/ Africa Oggi

            Dec – Afghanistan: Land in Crisis/ Afghanistan and Pakistan


            Feb – Antarctica: A New Age of Exploration

            May – The Inca – Machu Picchu

            Jun – Quest for Everest

            Sep – World Transformed/ Thirsty Planet

            Oct – Heart of the Middle East/ Crossroads of Faith and Conflict


            Mar – Traveler’s Map of the West Indies

            May – Everest 50/ Sagarmatha National Park

            Jul – Two Koreas/ the Forgotten War

            Dec – 100 Years of Flight


            Apr – Bird Migration in the Eastern/ Western Hemispheres

            Jun – The Making of the Mall/ Downtown Washington, D.C.

            Jul – New Views of Our Sun/ Space Weather

            Sep – North American Indian Culture/ Indian Country

            Nov – World/ Earth at Night


            Apr – A Nation Transformed by Civil War/ Battles of the Civil War

            Jun – Europe/ Europe in Transition

            Sep – Africa, a Storied Landscape/ Africa: The Human Footprint

            Dec – Sea Monsters of the Ancient Sea


            Apr – Earthquakes: Living with the Threat/ Earthquake Risk – A Global View

            Jun – Soccer Unites the World/ The Beautiful Game

            Oct – The United States – History of the Land

            Dec – 8 Planets – The New Cosmic Order/ 19 Trillion Miles to Explore


            May – A World Transformed/ Jamestown

            Aug – Mexico and Central America/ The Dividing Link

            Oct – Changing Climate/ Greenhouse Earth

            Dec – Planet of the Dinosaurs – Gondwana/ Laurasia


            May – China/ The Forbidden City

            Aug – Iran/ The Empire of Persia

            Dec – Crucible of History/ Jerusalem’s Holy Ground


            May – Arctic Ocean: The Unexpected Frontier

            Jul – Southeast Asia/ Khmer Rouge

            Oct – Giant Redwood/ Last of the Giants


            Apr – The World’s Fresh Water

            Aug – Blue Holes of the Bahamas/ The Cascade Room

            Oct – Gulf of Mexico/ Layers of Life

            Nov – World/ Great Migrations

            Dec – Barcelona’s Natural Wonder/ Design by Nature


            Mar – Face of Seven Billion/ World of Seven Billion

            Nov – Africa’s Great Lakes/ The Great Rift Valley


            May – 1863: Turning Point of the Civil War/ From Civil War to Civil Rights

            Sep – Beneath the Oceans/ Mauna Kea


            Nov – Amazonia


May – In the Hot Zone: Yellowstone Below the Surface/ The Pulse of the Park: Yellowstone Elk Migrations

            Jun – A changing Pacific Coast/ Claiming British Columbia

            Nov – Mars/ Colonizing Mars

            Dec – Saving Unique Habitats/ Dreaming Green


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