- VINTAGE MAP FRAMED: You’ll love this high-quality framed historic reproduction of 1833 North Carolina Map Print. Our ready-to-hang maps are printed and framed in the USA by professional art framers using the highest quality materials. Each order is inspected for quality. This beautiful artwork is a perfect addition to your themed decor. Vintage maps look great in the home, study or office. They also make an unforgettable gift.
- A LOOK BACK AT HISTORY: This is an impressive, historic reproduction of 1833 North Carolina Poster. A true piece of history. Historic prints beautifully link the past with the present. You may find yourself staring at your historic wall art for hours in amazement. See our product description section for more fascinating information about this historic map and its significance.
- PREMIUM QUALITY: To display this amazing piece of history, we use museum-quality heavyweight (230gsm), fine art print matte paper. Our paper is acid-free which allows the print to retain its color quality for generations. Our paper displays vintage map art with accurate color reproduction. This high quality print will be a wonderful addition to your vintage-themed wall.
- READY TO HANG: This high-quality frame displays art beautifully in almost any environment. The frame is made out of poplar wood (for black and white) and pine wood (for walnut and natural) with a matte finish. The frame profile is 1.5 inches high and 0.75 inches wide. To protect artwork, we use high-quality, lightweight, shatter-resistant frame-grade acrylic. Frames arrive ready-to-hang, preinstalled with hanging hardware.
- HISTORIC PRINTS: We love history and art. Sometimes old maps have tears, folds, stamps, separations and other blemishes. We digitally restore and enhance maps while keeping its historical character. Our framed prints are made-to-order in the USA by professional art framers. Customers all over the world love our historic prints and we know you will too.
Published by prolific English cartographer and civil engineer Robert Brazier, the distinctive aesthetic of this map immediately transports the viewer back in time. This period of transition for the state was giving North Carolinians greater access to shipping and railway transportation. While the eastern portion of the state became more cosmopolitan, the western regions remained largely agrarian, with tobacco production being the primary economic driver.
North Carolina had seen numerous battles during the American Revolution, including the pivotal conflict between Continental General Nathaniel Greene and British General Cornwallis. Cornwallis would ultimately be defeated by Greene’s troops at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse and retreat to the coast. Cornwallis would flee the state seeking refuge in Virginia. Eventually, the British General found himself surrounded by Continental and French troops and surrendered to General George Washington, effectively ending the American Revolution. North Carolina would join the United States in 1789, becoming the twelfth state of the Union.
As Railroads increased access in the 19th century, North Carolina saw a period of economic growth and expansion, and the completion of the Wilmington and Raleigh line saw interconnectivity for the coastal region and interior of the state. This line would become critical for the movement of goods throughout the state, especially in the latter portion of the 19th century. This depiction of North Carolina is an authentic piece of cartographical history, and the details allow historians to trace the evolution of the states rich history and culture, developing a sense for what daily life looked like in the early 19th century.
Our ready-to-hang wall art are printed and framed in the USA using the highest quality materials with professional craftsmanship. This artwork is a perfect addition to your decor. Historic prints look great in the home, study or office.