New York City - 1766
This incredible map of pre-revolution New York City was created in 1766 and was dedicated to Sir Henry Moore, then the British captain and governor in chief of the province of New York . The map features Manhattan towards Midtown and parts of Brooklyn as well as a beautiful illustration of a view of New York City from Governor's Island.
By: Bernard Ratzer ( cartographer) and Thomas Kitchin ( engraver)
Prints: Museum quality prints on thick and durable matte paper which are acid free. They are made to last longer than the antique posters themselves.
Canvas: Ploy-cotton blend canvas that are about 20 millimeter thick and are fade resistant. They are professionally hand stretched and glued to solid wooden bars and are treated with a matte finish coating.
Frames: Light weight and durable frames with acrylite front protector that are shatter proof and optically pure.
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