Downtown Clinton is in the later stages of being renovated. Sidewalks are done, and High Street has been tarred, though further away from the center is still not finished. We are open for business and access to the gallery should be fairly normal at this point. For parking, if you can’t find anything available on High Street, we recommend either the lot on Union Street next to St. John’s, or the public parking lot on Church Street next to the school. Then walk to the gallery from there. Thanks for understanding!
We offer high quality reproductions of antique maps of Clinton & Ireland. You can buy the maps at our gallery in Clinton, MA, at Tinker’s Cart, also in Clinton, MA, or on this page (see form below). For a limited time, if you buy your map, we will give you 20% off the purchase of a frame. Each map is printed on high quality archival mat paper using the same fine art reproduction process we use for our giclee prints.
IMPORTANT: These are high quality reproductions of antique maps and are NOT original antique maps.
The map of Clinton, originating in 1876, is a wonderful “aerial” view of the town, showing most of the buildings that were present at the time, along with a view of the area that later became the Wachusett Reservoir.
We hope to add additional maps soon. If you’re looking for a map of a specific location (country, state, city or town), give us a call. Also, if you would like a custom size or choice of paper (or canvas) for your prints, call us to get a price; we do all our own printing, so we can create the print that you want.
For the do-it-yourself framer, we now offer a full range of framing supplies, including Japanese hinging paper, linen hinging tape, frame sealing tape, canvas offsets, hangers, spacers, security hardware, frame wire, bumpons, and more. Tape and wire can be purchased by the roll or by the foot.
In addition, we can cut custom mats, frames and boards of various kinds at reasonable prices per your specific requirements. We can put together frame kits containing everything you need to assemble your own frames, saving you money while staying custom. To save even more, go with a standard size “readymade” frame; we have many to choose from at great prices.