For an extraordinary and vintage decor option, consider Authentic Models MC801 1739 Paris scroll map. Featuring a printing method called giclee, which involves the ink being sprayed onto a fade-resistant, waterproof fabric all while maintaining the intricate detailing of the map. This map covers a 98.75-inch by 78-inch wall area, and includes French finished 1.5-inch width cherry wood slats. This printed map shows 1739 Paris in articulate detail and is considered a remarkable technical achievement. In three parts, hanging hardware included.
The History of the 1739 Paris Scrolls
An extraordinary feat of cartography, originally published by Etienne Turgot in 1739, this Paris map is one of the most celebrated maps ever made. Every street and building of the pre-Hausmann era is shown.