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persia map original 1889 print

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this is a late 19th century map of persia ~ titled in german [see photos]
it was printed in leipzig, germany in 1889 as part of a german 'encyclopedia' or lexikon

it is a lithograph depicting the former country persia ~ now known as iran
the map measures 9.5 x 12"
a copy of the title page/document will be included with the map

many more european and world cities and countries and continents available ~ convo me for others.

PLEASE NOTE: this print is a double page 'centerfold' ~ meaning it has a clean crease down the middle from where is was folded inside the book. to some this maybe a distracting nuance. to others it is an unavoidable triviality in the mission to display a more important illustration in a smaller format. ~ [think of a Playboy centerfold]

i add this comment due to numerous debates over the framing potential of a double page creased print. your personal aesthetics should guide you.
a 100% refund including return shipping is available if you find the crease objectionable. but remember it is the centerfold images that are the more important images from the book!

~shipping charges include full insurance against loss & damage~

i use recycled materials in my packaging. please let me know if you want new materials used to ship your particular package.

~ please look at scan & photos closely for any minor aging or discoloration on the print ~ as it is over 100 years old!

persia map original 1889 print


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: antique print, lithograph, map
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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