Old map of India on canvas from early 19th century
Introducing the Old map of India on canvas from the 19th century! This beautiful and highly decorative map of India from the early 1800 is a great addition to any home or office. The map title, Hindustan, is printed in a high-resolution with a handmade antique finish on a durable cotton canvas. The detail and craftsmanship are simply exquisite. It would make an excellent gift for anyone who loves history or India.
Main map features:
- the map was first published in the early 1800
- size is 130 cm x 111 cm (51″ x 43″)
- very detailed
- has a hidden frame
- with sawtooth hanger ready to mount on the wall
A map full of detailed information
The map spans from Tibet to Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and from the mouth of the Indus to the Kingdom of Pegu (Burma or Myanmar). It covers the modern-day countries of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, Bangladesh, and parts of Burma, China, and Afghanistan, including the cities of Kabul and Kandahar. The map offers comments on some inland river navigation and speculative notations such as the “Supposed course of the Aracan River”. This map would be a perfect addition to any British-India history collection. It is also a substantial size for reference at 130 cm x 111 cm (51″ x 43″). All names, cities and other details are comfortably readable.
A quality map that will last forever
So take a step back in time with this remarkable old map of India and check out the details such as the palaces, fortifications, battle sites, mountains and river systems. Cities like Delhi, Agra, Lhasa, Kathmandu, Goa, Bombay (now Mumbai), Calcutta (now Kolkata), Colombo, and Dacca (now Dhaka) are all prominently featured. This map comes with a hidden frame that supports the shape of the map and it is ready to be hung on your wall. We put some work into the map to distress the edges of the map and make it look older. You can see that on the photo of the rolled-up map. The map is printed on durable cotton canvas and will last forever.
Order this canvas old map of India today
To get the map, just add it to the cart or if you want a customisation, you can contact us. We’ll be happy to help you figure out the right size for your wall and add a frame if you wish.