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Brittany: Vintage Map Poster

29,99 €

Historical map of Brittany, 1706.

Map reproduction printed on handmade paper. Brittany flourished as a strategic base for the French Navy and seaborne trade in this period. The seaports of Saint-Malo, Lorient and Brest underwent a rapid development.


A= 35 x 25,7 cm / 13,8 x 10,1 in

B= 52 x 38,2 cm / 20,5 x 15 in

C= 66 x 48,4cm / 26 x 19,1 in

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Vintage Map of Brittany, 1706


  • Handmade paper or a premium quality canvas are the two materials we print on.
  • The handmade paper has a specific texture. It is naturally bumpy, just like in the old times. Please do not expect a smooth and glossy surface of a photo paper. Handmade paper suits antique map reproductions much better.
  • We use a modern ink-jet printer in order to ensure the colors are bright and long-lasting when exposed to daylight permanently.
  • Depending on your monitor settings, the colors of the printed map may vary slightly from the computer of mobile device range.
  • It is a matter of course that the maps are printed in high resolution.
  • The electronic copies of the original maps are restored before printing. Major stains and dirt are removed. Minor soiling is, however, kept to ensure an authentic look of the reproduction.


  • The given size specification includes margins on each side of the map (usually min. 2cm / 0,8inch) so the map can be framed and mounted comfortably.


  • We currently offer three forms of payment: bank transfer, by credit or debit card (Visa and Mastercard) and via Paypal.
  • The map reproductions are rolled into a cardboard tube for further transport.
  • The products are normally dispatched no later than seven days after receipt of the order. The standard delivery time is 4-14 business days for EU countries and 7-20 business days for overseas destinations.


Are you not happy with any of the size options or do you have any other questions? Contact us with your demand and we will see what we can do!

  • Locations France
  • Century 18th
  • Type Regions
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