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Framed Map of Idaho, 1937
$169.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR orange/black/cream
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 18" L x 1" W x 22" H
ERA Vintage
MADE IN USA
MADE OF paper; frame, wood/glass
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 17 - Jul 20
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An antique print is a dazzling way to add a sense of history to your surroundings. And when the print is impeccably framed, you add elegance to a wall. Vintage Print Gallery's collection is impressive not just in the quality of its offerings but also in its breadth, which ranges from 18th-century botanical studies to 19th-century equestrian chromolithographs and fashion illustrations from the early-20th century.
Why we love this
Lithographic map from Rand McNally’s Indexed Atlas of the World, which was published in 1937. Rand McNally, established in 1868 in Chicago, is now a household name in atlases, globes, and road maps. The company was formed as a partnership between William Rand and Andrew McNally, and they became the second map publishing company in Chicago, second to George F. Cram’s. Framed in a wood molding, cream mat, and UV glass.
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