Vintage World Map Framed Print From 1594.
✨ Vintage 1594 Map "Orbis Terrarum" Trivia:
Petrus Plancius (1552 – May 15, 1622) was a Dutch-Flemish astronomer, cartographer and clergyman. Plancius was one of the founders of the Dutch East India Company, for which he drew over 100 maps.
He also published journals and navigational guides and developed a new method for determining longitude.
Plancius' contacts with the Dutch East India Company lent him access to all the latest geographic information, which makes this map extraordinarily accurate for its time.
This is the first time Korea appears as a peninsula, not an island, and Japan is also shown.
FRAMED PRINT & SHIPPING INFO
This listing is for a framed print of various sizes, A4 (11.75 x 8.25), 18 x 12, 28 x 20, 36 x 24 inches. Choose your size :-).
This is a uniquely restored enhanced image to get the most wonderful framed print possible. They are ready to hang, just put them on your wall.
All images used have been retouched to remove any major imperfections and then enhanced for digital printing.
The images are of the highest quality and 300 dpi.
The framed print would look great on your wall, ideal for gifts or presents.
Our ready-to-hang wooden framed posters are sturdy, durable, and ready to hang instantly!
★ Choice of frame colour.★ Frames are made of FSC certified pine wood.★ Durable, stylish frames, 20-25mm /0.79"-0.98" thick and 10-14mm /0.4"-0.6" wide.★ Poster is delivered in the frame, ready to hang.★ Hanging hardware included.★ Poster is made on our high quality premium matte 170gsm finished paper.★ Shatterproof, transparent plexiglass to protect from damage.★ Shipped from the UK for UK customers. We have a distribution center in the UK, mainly using Royal Mail, FEDex or UPS.★ Shipped from the USA for USA customers. We have distribution centers in the USA too, mainly using FEDex, UPS or DHL.★ Shipped from the EU for EU customers. We have a distribution centers Germany, France and other EU states.★ Shipped from AU & NZ for asia pacific customers.
Framed prints are carefully pre-packed with corners wrapped, then packed in a box with strong edges to protect the frames. I-beams are used in addition, to give the package additional sturdiness and for multi-item orders.