Antique maps make great wedding gifts. Take a look at the huge selection at www.jpmaps.co.uk or head to Jonathan Potter's gallery in Mayfair, London. You'll find several thousand maps of all areas, dating from the beginning of printing in the fifteenth century up to 1900, with many below £250. Look for a map of the area where you first met your groom or the location of your wedding. It'll be an everlasting keepsake as well as a decorative addition to your home.
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