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Map of the Eastern Hemisphere, 1824

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Map of the Eastern Hemisphere, 1824

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 19th century

Condition:

Excellent

Materials:

paper

Size:

9" L x 10" W

Color/Finish:

light pink/multi

Why We Love This

1820s Anthony Finley produced a series of fine atlases in the leading American cartographic center, Philadelphia. His work  is a good example of the quality that American publishers were beginning to obtain. Each map is elegantly presented, with crisp and clear engraving and very attractive pastel hand shading. Topographical and political information is copious, including counties, towns, rivers, and roads. Print coloring may vary slightly.
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Why We Love This

1820s Anthony Finley produced a series of fine atlases in the leading American cartographic center, Philadelphia. His work  is a good example of the quality that American publishers were beginning to obtain. Each map is elegantly presented, with crisp and clear engraving and very attractive pastel hand shading. Topographical and political information is copious, including counties, towns, rivers, and roads. Print coloring may vary slightly.

About Map Antiquities

Cartography is as much an art as a science. That’s abundantly clear from this collection of vintage maps and cityscapes from Map Antiquities. Each is elegantly framed and ready to hang in a study, a living room, an office, or anywhere else you’d like to introduce a sense of history.