The British Library
The British Library's online gallery of maps and views.
The National Library of Australia
A digitised map collection mainly concentrating on maps of Australia.
The Bodlean Library Map Room
A large and varied online collection
The American Library of Congress
A very informative collection mainly dealing with maps of the U.S.A.
The Berkeley University Map Collection
A comprehensive and wide ranging cartographical collection.
Map History Website
This website collects together a wealth about maps and the history of cartography and provides links to collections and further reading material.
Millenium House - Earth Platinum Atlas
"Earth Platinum, the world's largest atlas, the world's largest book to be published, is nearing completion. Earth Platinum is a comprehensive world atlas, featuring a world map for each of the thematic topics, a world time zone map, Europe map, Canada map, USA map, Australia map, India map and more. I believe Earth Platinum will present the best national geographic map for every country in the world contained in a world atlas. The physical map of the world and political map of world are the largest ever published in a book. In these changing times, comprehensive maps are even more important than ever. Opening to an incredible 6 ft x 9 ft (1.8 m x 2.75 m), Earth Platinum - a limited edition - has 128 pages and weighs 120 kg and is bound by hand. The foreword is authored by Head of Maps for the British Library; and the pages within present state-of-the-art cartography, geography, and oceanography, overseen by the world's finest in their discipline. If Earth Platinum becomes the last big atlas, it will represent the best available of the world's latest technology, cartography, and photography. It also offers a window into the world in which we live today, both politically and geographically. In May 1660 the last grand atlas was produced: the Klencke Atlas. Only a single copy was produced by John Klencke, as a gift for Charles II of England. This masterpiece is preserved today in the Map Room at the British Library. Millennium House proudly continues that tradition with Earth Platinum