Please read the FAQs first and if you still need help, scroll to the bottom of the page for the contact form.

Top Questions:

Can I get a digital version of a poster?

No. I do not sell or give out PDFs or any other electronic versions of my full-sized posters. No exceptions.

I received a wrong (or damaged) item.

Please let us know by using the form at the bottom of this page and we will send another parcel. There is no need to send anything back.

It's been a really long time. Is my parcel lost?

If it's been longer than 30 days (US/Canada) or 60 days (International), please use the form at the bottom of this page and we will send another parcel.

I have a chart idea or request.

Use the form at the bottom of the page and we will take note of it. However, due to the amount of emails we receive, we cannot respond to each one. 

Product Questions:

What size are the posters and how can I frame them?

Unless otherwise noted, the posters are 24 x 36 inches (61 x 91 cm). These dimensions are a standard US poster size and are therefore easy to frame using pre-made frames sold in stores.

Are the posters laminated?

No. However, they are printed on a sturdy cardstock, about the same thickness as a standard business card

I cannot find the poster I'm looking for.

Not every chart shown on my YouTube channel is available as a poster. Most of the videos are based on the historical family tree charts, which can be found here.

Are your charts available in other languages?

Sorry. The charts are available in English only.

Can you make a custom chart for me?

Sorry. We do not provide that service.

Shipping Questions:

How are the posters packed?

Posters are rolled individually in plastic sleeves and then placed into a sturdy tube or box. The weight is approximately 6 oz. (170g) per chart.

How much is shipping and what countries do you ship to?

FREE shipping (with tracking) is available for: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Russian Federation, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States

FREE shipping (without tracking) is available for all other countries.

Will I get charged customs fees?

Not if you live in the US or Canada. Some international customers may be charged duty, particularly in the UK. If you are worried about this, you can usually find my charts on (use authorized reseller "Mango Chutney").

To pay a customs charge in the UK, click here.

How long does shipping take?

The estimated delivery time is 2-3 weeks for USA/Canada and 4-6 weeks for all other countries.

Can I get my shipment faster?

Sorry. I am unable to offer express shipping. 

Purchasing Questions:

I don't have a credit card. Do you accept PayPal?

Sorry, I do not accept PayPal. However you can try using one of the other stores listed below.

Can I buy on Amazon, Etsy, etc.?

My charts are no longer available on However, they are available at via authorized reseller "Mango Chutney". They are also on Etsy and sometimes on eBay.

Where can I find your posters in person?

Seattle: Metsker Maps | 1511 1st Ave | 206-623-8747
Vancouver: Book Warehouse | 632 W. Broadway | 604-872-5711
Toronto: Sports Poster Warehouse | 55 Queens Plate Dr | 416-696-8353
Calgary: Map Town 400 5th Ave SW | 403-266-2241

Do you accept Purchase Orders from U.S. schools?

Yes, but please note that I cannot provide a W-9 form (as I am based in Canada)

Do you offer special discounts?

Yes! Discounts are based on quantity only. All customers automatically get 20-40% off when they buy more than one chart. Higher discounts are available for schools, resellers, homeschool groups, or anyone else who wants to take advantage of wholesale pricing. Wholesale pricing starts at $10 per chart and will automatically be applied on orders of 12+ charts.

Design Questions:

Who designs the charts?

All posters, unless otherwise noted, were designed by Matt Baker. You can read more about him on the About page.

What program is used?

Adobe Illustrator or LibreOffice Draw. Each element is drawn manually - i.e. the program doesn't automatically generate the charts based on data inputted.

What new charts might we see soon?

I'm currently working on a re-design of my Timeline of World History chart. It's due to be finished by May 2020.

Can you help me with my family tree (or another topic)?

No, we do not provide that service.

Contact Customer Service:

If relevant, please include your order number in your message.