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Antique Maps XXVII - New York of the 1700s

Antique Maps XXVII - New York of the 1700s

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Welcome to New York! I hope you're for the Colonies, we've got too many Tories to tar and feather as it is! This map is a beautiful piece of work suitable for use as a poster map or a beautiful computer background.

Antique Maps XXVII - New York of the 1700s details the City of New York in the 1700's, as General Washington and the Founding Fathers may have seen it. This map could have been found in any period military officers collection. And would be perfect for those attempting to lay siege to the city! The text on the map is legible, if you zoom in.

Potential uses for this map include:
* Modern day treasure hunt for a lost payroll intended for the British Army!
* With a little image editing, it's a perfect map set for any fantasy city!
* Drop the plans for an invasion of New York by the Tories into your players laps!
And many more, limited only by your imagination!

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This map is being distributed in high quality JPEG format. Other image formats are available upon request, to purchasers of this map. Sorry, this map is NOT available in CC2 format.
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March 11th, 2006
A good-quality scan of a map that's pictorially attractive, at least. The cartographer has spent a lot of time on texture. A relatively small amount of functional information, mostly by way of labels in French. QUALITY: Acceptable [...]
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January 28, 2006
This title was added to our catalog on January 28, 2006.
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Split Eye Productions
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