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Map of Colombia and Venezuela, Map of Brazil and Guiana
1914 Antique Map
Antique World Reference Atlas Book Page
2 Sided

Before Google and Mapquest, before GPS, people used maps to help them figure out where they are going and where they have been.
This antique map from 1914 is 2 sided, you can pick which one to frame or use.
A ready reference guide showing cities, counties, population on the side of the map.
Pastel colored with soft pink, yellow, blue and green.
Approximately 14" x 11.5". (35.56 x 29.21 cm)
In very good condition considering its age.
Some very minor creases and browning mostly on the edges of the page.
From a ready reference world atlas published in 1914.

The second pictures show how your map may look matted and framed. The last picture is an image I found on the internet that show how wondrous your map can be used to decorate your home or office!
Please use the zoom feature to see the details of these maps.

The pictures you see are my digital photos of the real book page taken in natural light. This page is not a copy or a scan. You will be receiving the original.
I will mail this page to you in a brown Kraft roll tube to prevent bending and folding while in transit.


1914 Antique Map - Map of Colombia and Venezuela, Map of Brazil and Guiana - World Atlas Book Page - 2 Sided -14 x 12


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  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: paper, ink, original book plate
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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