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Carta Marina 1572

320 kr
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Poster with the first reasonably correct map of the Nordic and Baltic countries. The map was created as early as 1539 by Olaus Magnus and is called Carta Marina.

The map is a woodcut from 1539 which was colored in 1572. Olaus Magnus was formally Sweden's last Catholic archbishop. It took him twelve years to complete the map that was a preparatory work for his masterpiece History of gentibus septentrionalibus - History of the Nordic peoples.  

Author: Olaus Magnus | Created: 1572.

Frame is not included.

Note that the images will be cropped slightly differently depending on the size you choose. Read more about image and image quality here: FAQ. 

Frame not included for posters but needs to be purchased separately - either via the popup that opens when you add to cart or via our collection page for frames.

Our posters and canvas comes from one of the world's leading manufacturers of fine art prints - Hahnemühle.

Posters

The 200g paper is matte with a structure and warm tone that gives the image a fantastic depth. Thanks to the unbeatable quality of the paper, you can count on a durability of up to 60 years if you avoid strong sunlight or other loads.

Canvas

Our canvas is printed on Hahnemühle's exclusive 370g Art Canvas Smooth with a natural white tone and a fantastic color reproduction. Our canvas prints are as close as you can get to real art.

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We deliver to the whole world and always offer free shipping! Depending on which country you ship to, the delivery may mean that certain customs duties and taxes are added - there is no additional duty or tax on deliveries within, among others, the EU, USA or Norway.

Delivery time is normally 1-3 working days within the Nordic countries, 2-5 to others Europa and 3-8 working days in other parts of the world. If you order from Norway, your order will be delivered with Fedex, to Sweden and other parts of the world with DHL. Your package is normally delivered to your nearest delivery point!