Size: 42" x 24" (blank border included).
Media: Fine Art Paper.
Splendid antique and historical map reproduction, which now has been printed in Fine Art paper created by Paul Küssner / Kussner.
Antique Map Giclée Reproduction.
Masterfully printed on Fine Art paper, which has an acid-free archival-quality base with a neutral pH. Crafted using archival-quality inks.
Ready to Frame.
To allow for professional framing, a blank border of no less than 1 inch is left around the image size. All our prints are suitable for framing and we have removed most of the imperfections to give you a magnificent clean copy.
Description of the Map.
This one of a kind and very rare colored map of St. Thomas depicts the names of the sugar estates / plantations. It shows the town of Taphus (Charlotte Amalia / Amalie) and Water Island (at that time Estate Orkanhullet / Hassel Island was not an island). Cruz Bay, on the western end of St. John / St. Jan is visible. The map is adorned by a compass rose. This map is a must for any St. Thomian, genealogist, historian, or St. Thomas lover! A Saint Thomas map of incredible history!
Original Title and Markings.
Die Insel Sanct Thomas mit den mehresten Plantagen. 1767.
Mapmaker/Cartographer, Engraver and/or Printmaker.
Paul Küssner cartographer.