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1748 Photograph - 1748 Antique World Map Versuch Von Einer Kurzgefassten Karte  by Karon Melillo DeVega

1748 Antique World Map Versuch Von Einer Kurzgefassten Karte is a photograph by Karon Melillo DeVega which was uploaded on June 14th, 2013.

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Many thanks and with much gratitude to the Collector from Paris, France for purchasing 2 Throw Pillows of this artwork, so very much appreciated. 04 January 2016

This is a copy of a GENUINE Antique Map. Date: 1748 restoration work done by me with absolutely no alterations, I only corrected the colour (yellowing)

Awesome Karon this would be so cool to check out!!!

thank you very much Jeff, i spend hours studying old maps, i love the history of the world

These wonderful antique maps are just Gorgeous Karon , fabulous posting my friend .

thank you so much Paul, I love studying them, i find them fascinating