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Map prints for sale - limited edition!

You can order copies, colour or sepia, of any of the historical maps listed on this page from the Archives and Heritage Service.

These are A3 high definition prints on quality semi-gloss paper, cost £8.00 each. Postage and packing free!

1871 Bierman Birmingham in 1870/71

The map reproductions which you see on the web, including the examples on this page, are low resolution, because of the amount of time required for downloading. Prints of the maps are taken from the original high-resolution archival scan, so details are clearer.

This is the centre of a map showing some of Birmingham's public buildings, schools and businesses in 1870. The different colours show ward divisions.

1909 Bhamsuburb Birmingham and suburbs 1909

The print quality of the original of this map is excellent, perhaps because it was printed by the mapmaking firm of Bartholomews in Edinburgh.

This map includes some of the suburbs, as well as central Birmingham. Some of the areas shown, for example Handsworth and Moseley, would become part of Birmingham under the Greater Birmingham Scheme in 1911. Smethwick also appears. Although close, it has never formed part of Birmingham. Previously it was in Staffordshire, and is now in Sandwell.
You can view the full version by selecting the link in the list below.

Birmingham 1731

Birmingham 1810
Birmingham 1841
Birmingham parishes, 1847
Birmingham centre and suburbs, 1864
Birmingham 1870/71
Birmingham and suburbs, 1909

More about Birmingham's historical maps

You can also purchase prints of views of Birmingham in 1732, 1847 and 1886.

See Birmingham historical views

How to order

To order a map or a historic view please contact the Archives and Heritage Service.

You can pay by sending details of the map or view you require with a cheque made payable to Birmingham City Council, to:

Archives and Heritage Service
Floor 6
Central Library
Chamberlain Square
B3 3HQ

If you prefer to pay by credit card, contact Archives and Heritage on:
Tel:(within the UK) 0121 303 4549
Tel:(outside the UK) 0044 121 303 4549

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