This is a large Swedish classroom map of the world printed in 1905 in Stockholm.
It is in good vintage condition considering it’s age, it is paper attached to a linen backing with wooden dowels at the bottom and top of the map. The wear is mostly on the edges of the map. There are creases watermarks and ripples in the map from years of being stored rolled up. Wear from where it has been hung and displayed. It has a real nice authentic patina from classroom use and will make a great statement in your space. See the close up photos.
It measures approximately:
129 cm x 113 cm
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1-2 business days
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