About this item
Digitally Restored Map of Bradford McKean County Pennsylvania 1895
This map has been restored to correct blemished area like tears, stains, creases and other markings of the original historic map. The Historic Prints team have established a digital image restoration process that ensures this print will look as close to the original as possible.
Perspective map not drawn to scale. Bird’s-eye-view. LC Panoramic maps (2nd ed.)
Created / Published
Morrisville, Pa., T. M. Fowler & James B. Moyer
7.58″ x 12″, 15.175″ x 24″, 24″ x 37.95″
Available print sizes
8″ x 12″, 16″ x 24″, 24″ x 38″
Note: The image size refers to the actual size of the map and the print size refers to the size of the paper it will be printed on. The image is scaled to fit the print size and may or may not include white space to avoid image skewing.
Source: Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division, [G3824.B75A3 1895 .F6]
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The Historic Prints Process
Our team is dedicated to provide affordable and quality historic reproductions. We have invested in the finest equipment, software, and manpower to correct tears, fold lines, and other blemished areas. All our reproductions are digitally restored before being reproduced through Giclée printing.
What is Giclée?
Giclée (pronounced "Zhee-Clay") is a word derived from the French verb "gicler" which means "to squirt or spray".
Giclée prints are typically created on large format printers that use pigment-based inks as opposed to dye-based inks used in standard inkjet prints. Pigment based inks have longer lifespan and can last anywhere from 100 to 200 years without significant fading.
Giclée printing provides better color accuracy than almost any other means of reproduction. Usual prints use 8 to 12 different color ink cartridge. The more inks used, the more sophisticated the color gamut would be on the final output. This is why Giclée is the go to process of modern arts today. It's coveted by collectors for its high fidelity and quality, and desired by artists alike because it doesn't have to be produced in huge quantities, thus cutting the time & cost needed for the production. The process is digital and individually produced so the print can be created on demand. The colors are brighter and can last longer and the details are crisper because of their high-resolution nature.
Printer, ink, and media: these are three integral components necessary when it comes to Giclée printing. With Historic Prints, you can rest assured that only the best materials are used to produce quality Giclée prints. Because you deserve the best!
We use enhanced matte paper, canvas matte paper, and fine art paper for our map & poster reproduction prints and the luster photo paper for our panorama and photo reproduction prints.Epson Enhanced Matte Paper
This is the ideal choice for everyone seeking a flat matte surface. This bright white paper is perfect for images that do not require gloss. It yields highly saturated images, while maintaining excellent highlight and shadow detail.Thickness: 10.3 mil Epson Canvas Matte Paper
An acid free, lignin free heavyweight cotton-poly blend, this elegantly textured canvas features a matte non-reflective surface with a bright white point, exceptionally high DMAX and wide color gamut. The canvas base is enhanced with elastic polymers providing high tensile strength and flexibility for Gallery wrap stretching without cracking.Thickness: 23 mil Epson Fine Art Paper
Acid free, 100% cotton hot press paper that is coated on both sides for extra versatility. This cylinder mould-made product features an ultra smooth finish on two sides (sheets). This fine art paper is not only acid, lignin, and chlorine free, it is also pH buffered with calcium carbonate for a true archival sheet.Thickness: 15 mil Epson Luster Photo Paper
Designed for photographers and pay for print providers. It delivers highly saturated prints by offering maximum ink coverage and a high D-Max value for true photographic reproductions with accurate skin tones and incredible shadow details.Thickness: 10 mil
We use a 24" Epson SureColor® P7000 wide format printer that is capable of printing up to a resolution of 2,880 x 1,440 dpi. It incorporates the latest imaging technologies of Epson – including an exotic PrecisionCore® TFP® print head, along with the unique UltraChrome® HDX ten-color pigmented ink set. It uses a 10-Color Ink set featuring Orange and Green inks for expanded gamut and three-level black ink and Advanced Black and White print mode for exhibition quality Black and White prints. It's a professional’s choice for Photography, Fine Art and Graphic Design applications.
The SureColor® P7000 uses UltraChrome® HDX, a next generation pigment ink technology: with new pigments for outstanding color performance and Improved Resin Encapsulation Technology for superior gloss uniformity. An 11-ink, 10-color standard edition ink configuration that now includes an all-new optional Violet color for up to 99-percent PANTONE® FORMULA GUIDE solid coated color matching, making the UltraChrome a perfect ink of choice for fade-resistant archival reproductions that can last for more than 100 years.