Maps Vintage

Vintage World Map 17th Century Ancient Roll Down Canvas Map Scroll

$85.00

Maps Vintage

Vintage World Map 17th Century Ancient Roll Down Canvas Map Scroll

$85.00

World Map 1680

This 1680 richly embellished map of the world by cartographer Justus Danckers shows four allegorical scenes, representing the four elements. Fire is shown by war, Air by the heavens, Earth by harvesting, and Water by a maritime scene of ships and a
whale. Details include California shown as an Island, incomplete coastlines for Australia and New Zealand, and no trace of the
Antarctic. There is no coastline north of California, and no land bridge to Asia. The Great Lakes are opened to the west. Groups of figures are shown between the hemispheres and on either side of the smaller polar maps.

Our reproductions are handmade in our Los Angeles studio, using only high resolution files printed on archival cotton weave canvas. They are twice varnished with a Polymer gloss that ensures UV protection and enhances the colors. Decorative wood is assembled on the top and bottom, with two eye-hooks mounted on the top piece. We also supply a jute rope that can be attached between the two eye-hooks to give the map that old pull down map feel.

This canvas map is available in multiple sizes which you can select from the drop down menu when ordering. Check out the different sizes placed in a room added to our listing photos!
Small - 25 x 28 inches
Med. -- 40 x 44 inches
Large - 44 x 49 inches

This map is also available printed on matte photo paper for framing by clicking on the link below:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/709958454/vintage-world-map-17th-century-ancient

This map ships rolled in a rigid tube and is ready to hang!

During the restoration process, we pay great attention to matching the colors to the original maps. Please note that your computer screen might display slightly different colors than our professionally calibrated monitors.

Shipping info:
For the U.S. we use USPS Priority Mail which delivers within 1 to 3 days.
For outside the U.S. we use USPS Priority Mail International which averages 6 to 10 days. Europe might take a little longer due to customs.