This 19th century map depicts North and South America. The map was published in 1857 by Franz Fried, in Vienna. An original lithograph with period hand-coloring, this map offers a unique view of the Americas for a European audience.
Important cities are labeled and listed, and the countries are outlined in varying colors. The coastlines are exquisitely detailed; interiors are filled with important rivers and topographical information.
This was page 5 in the “Atlas Von Franz Fried”. The map is presented using the finest archival framing and procedures.
The map is presented using the finest archival framing and procedures, in a custom beaded wood frame.
Unframed Size: 20.5"x 15.4" Framed dimensions: 28"H x 22 1/4" W x 1 1/4" D.
This striking wall map was published in 1854 by Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning and has both full original hand-coloring and original hardware. This impression is both informative and highly decorative....
A striking and impressive 1887 wall map of the state of Maine by nineteenth century publishers Colby & Stuart. This highly detailed map is fully titled "Map of the State of Maine....
“World at One View” Hand-Colored Wall Map of the World. Published by Ensign and Thayer, 1847. This is a unique and desirable 1847 double hemisphere hand-colored lithographic map of the world,...