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Map of Dominica
$265.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR black/white
CONDITION Very Good; normal wear for early 19th century paper.
DIMENSIONS 20" L x 15" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE IN France
MADE OF Paper
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 10 - Jul 13
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Why we love this
Map of the island of Dominica, dated 1802. Engraved and drawn by Ambroise Tardieu in Paris. Extremely rare map part of an island series. These maps were engraved for Napoleon to show the conquests of the French Empire. Please note that middle crease is not permanent and will go away with framing. Great find.
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