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Maps Aesthetic, Sea Map, Fantasy Map Making, Pirate Maps, Map Painting, Adventure Map, Map Background, Ancient Maps, Old World Maps

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Megan Joosten
Map Gallery Wall, Travel Gallery Wall, Map Vintage, England Map, Italy Map, Printable Maps, Italy Print, Europe Map, Library Decor

ANTIQUE MAP OF ITALY This is a vintage map of Italy which was carefully removed from a Rand McNally atlas published in 1949. It measures approximately 9 by 12.5 inches (not including the index). The full page measures about 11 by 14 inches. The map is in very good condition - note light smudge in the Tyrrhenian Sea, light scuffing and there is a map of Switzerland on the reverse side. PRINT AND MAP COLLECTIONS IN MY SHOP: DOG ART PRINTS: https://etsy.me/3hy3pmJ HORSE ART PRINTS…

Virginia De La Cruz
Frisland: Also called Frischlant, Friesland, Freezeland, Frislandia, or Fixland, is a Mythical island that appeared on virtually all of the maps of the North Atlantic from the 1560s through the 1660s. It originally referred to Iceland, but after the Zeno Map (1558) placed it as an entirely separate island south of Iceland, it appeared that way on maps for the next 100 years. Atlantic Ocean, Historical Maps, Island Map, Norse, Map, Isle, Old Map, Island, Fantasy Map

Septentrionalium Terrarum descriptio (A map of the North Pole); Gerardus Mercator, 1595 Submitted for your approval is the region of the North Pole as Mercator believed to be at the tail-end of the 16th century. (The above map is available in a greater resolution at Wikimedia Commons.) It is 'inaccurate' in many respects, but for purposes of gaming this is more of a virtue than a fault. Opportunities for exploration and adventure abound. Perhaps a party of player characters form an…

Johnnyput Oudedijk
Stonehenge, Antiques, Collage, Ceres, Pins, Prints, Eastern, Michael Jennings, Map

This very attractive engraving by William Hole has a design that is based on the work of William Rogers for the smaller sized 1600 printing of Camden's Britannia. Neptune and Ceres flank the central roundel with a map of the British Isles (although showing only the eastern part of Ireland). A seated Britannia at the top of the page is one of the earliest printed depictions of the British allegory. Also shown are small images of a ship, Winchester Cathedral, Stonehenge and a swimming pool…

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