Old map of China and Burma on canvas

$297

Looking for a piece of history to hang on your wall? Check out this old map of China and Burma on canvas. This map is from the 19th century and shows China and Burma (present-day Myanmar). It’s a beautiful and decorative map with vignette engravings of British Factories in Canton, Hong Kong, Chinese soldiers and three other untitled views. It’s a rare map and looks amazing hanging on any wall. So if you’re a fan of Asian history, or just looking for a unique and eye-catching piece of art, this old map of China and Burma is perfect for you!

Main features:

  • size of the map is 61 cm x 79 cm (24″ x 31″)
  • first published in 1851
  • features China and Burma
  • the author is John Tallis

More about the map

The map was first published in 1851 as part of John Tallis and Company’s “The Illustrated Atlas and Modern History of the World”. The size of the map is 61 cm x 79 cm (24″ x 31″) and it’s printed on high-quality, durable cotton canvas. Even though the map freshly is printed on canvas, the colours and high-quality canvas make it look vintage. The detail is fantastic, with all the names, cities and provinces clearly visible. This rare and beautiful map would make a great addition to any home or office!

This Old map of China is ready to hang on your wall

It won’t take long before you’ll be able to hang the map on your wall after you decide to buy it. You can hang the map as soon as you receive it! All you need is a nail and a hammer. You will love the attention to detail and the high-quality craftsmanship. Wall art like that is often a conversation starter, and it’s a great way to add some history and culture to your home.

Order as it is, or customise

If you like the map, you can order it as it is. But, if you want to customise it, you can do that too! For example, you can opt for a different size or add a frame to the map. We offer a range of frames that you can see on our other products. Buy the map now and get free worldwide shipping or contact us here for customisation.