This is a museum grade, digitally restored map print of Santa Fe County, New Mexico from the year 1888. This vintage-style print features the names of those who owned land in Santa Fe County, New Mexico at the time. This print makes for an excellent conversation piece and it is both educational and entertaining.
Ted's Vintage Art has restored this vintage Santa Fe County, New Mexico map by enhancing the color and removing stains, tears and creases. You will not find a better quality version of this map anywhere.
This beautiful map is printed in ultra-high quality resolution on museum-quality, matte finish paper. Prints are available in multiple sizes and can be purchased unframed, framed or as a wrapped canvas print. View the product detail tabs on this page for more details, pictures, reviews and more.
We have 15 different high-quality, handmade frames available! All frames are hand crafted from solid wood and include a glass front cover. All frames are manufactured in the United States and are packaged carefully and shipped safely to ensure your framed print arrives safely.
For our prints we use acid-free, museum-quality paper along with archival inks that will ensure your print lasts a lifetime (and longer!).
Our unframed vintage maps are perfect if you are looking to frame the map yourself, or take it to a local frame shop (though be sure to check out our 15 framed print options!). We use state of the art, high resolution printers with high quality ink that will last a lifetime.
All unframed prints are shipped rolled up in a heavy duty cardboard tube.
Our paper is museum quality and is a heavy stock at 10.3 mil thickness. Giclee printing quality with a 94% opacity and 104% ISO brightness. You won’t find a higher quality vintage map reproduction anywhere.
Our 1.5" gallery wrapped canvas prints feature your selected vintage map printed directly onto top quality polycotton canvas using archival inks and stretched over 1.5" solid pine stretcher bars.
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