Helena, Rollersville, Woodville, Gibsonburg, Sandusky County 1874... Fine-Art Reproduction
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- Made in America
- Mounted within a black wood composite frame with ivory matting
- Reproduced on heavyweight paper using fade resistant inks
- Outside dimensions of frame: 18" x 22"
Take a step back in time with an old view of Helena, Rollersville, Woodville, Gibsonburg from Sandusky County 1874 in Ohio. This map was originally published by Everts, Stewart & Co. in 1874 and will be carefully reproduced on state of the art giclee printers.
Sourced from item number US174491 in the Historic Map Works online collection, this print will make the ideal gift for any historian or map buff. Many of the maps within the archive contain interesting details such as the old property owner names, building footprints, parcel boundaries, churches, schools, cemeteries, railroads and an endless list of other unique features. Use the zoom feature on the picture above to see the image in greater detail.
This fine-art print is surrounded by a wood composite frame that has a smooth black finish, a presentation matte and a durable plastic glazing. We refer to the size of this product as 16" x 20" as that is the size of the opening within the frame. The image itself will be printed slightly smaller in order to fit within the 13.25" x 17.25" opening of the matte. Once assembled, the whole presentation will take up 18" x 22" when hung on your wall. All components of this quality product are made in America.