With its elaborate, illustrated border and stylish legend, this April 1949 map of the British Isles was made for framing. Features: Counties and their abbreviations; Roads, railways, and canals; Elevations; Castles, ruins, cathedrals, famous churches, battle sites, lighthouses, and other places of interest.
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26" x 32"
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The paper was a little more slick than I had anticipated. Nothing particularly bad about that but it nearly had a photo paper quality. I sometimes frame maps but they are always reference tools for me and the reflecting paper brings a different set of issues to be managed when I am working with them.
Dining Room, Living Room, Office
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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