A place for Nat Geo Maps & Atlases, Nat Geo Supplement, and Nat Geo Magazine and Map Index collectors to discuss and swap information and ideas
Latest Activity: Nov 22
Anyone who enjoys the beauty of these maps, atlases, supplements, and indexes can join this group to share their knowledge of this very interesting specialized area of collecting Geographics
The “New” Map Supplement Series I know all of you are as pleased as I am that that the Cartography department has begun to publish new loose supplement maps with the magazine. Now that their number has reached seven, I am really starting to feel…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by George Thomas Wilson Nov 22.
I have uncovered an error in the April 1987 Antarctica map supplement. On the upper right hand corner, it says Volume 171 Number 6. It actually should be Volume 171 Number 4.StephenContinue
Started by stephen zamarin. Last reply by George Thomas Wilson Nov 13.
Hello,I have recently bought some map supplements and the seller added one map stating "Mexico from 20s".After checking the 20s, all I found was a map supplement from 1911, 1914 and 1916.Is there a way to find out what year did I get?Thank you.HelenaContinue
Started by Helena Zar. Last reply by Helena Zar Dec 10, 2020.
BackgroundIn his book “Collectibles of the National Geographic Society” (1982) Roger Nathan carefully documents each map supplement published with a list that includes year, month, name, additional descriptive information, and dimensions (pages…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by George Thomas Wilson Jul 2, 2020.
While collating my collection & duplicates of NGM map supplements this week, I realized there is a printing variation for the October 1996 supplement. See the scan side-by-side images below. One has a shaded border outside of the inner…Continue
Started by Scott T. Shier. Last reply by Scott T. Shier Apr 17, 2020.
Supplement or Not? The October 1917 Insert.While perusing my October 1917 "Flags Number" of the National Geographic Magazine I noticed an insert. Completely folded, it measures 5.5 " by 4". Unfolded once it becomes an 8" by 5.5" four-page letter…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by Scott T. Shier Apr 11, 2020.
There is a poster (possibly two) in the April 2020 National Geographic. This is the Earth Day special issue, Really, it is a dual issue. My newsstand copy has two of the same five-part foldout poster, back to back in the "Optimist's Guide" portion…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson Mar 23, 2020.
I have some questions about the following map supplements. Did Roger Nathan ever list any of the Making of America or Making of Canada historical map supplements as being revised or reprinted? At least 2 of the Making of America maps had errors on…Continue
Started by stephen zamarin. Last reply by stephen zamarin Mar 6, 2020.