Full Scale Map Replicas

If you are decorating an especially grand space, perhaps a magnificent ranch
house or corporate headquarters you can select from a special
group of Heroic Scale maps.

Full Scale Map Replicas There are 13 products.

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  • German Perspective on Texas Published in Weimer, circa 1845 $785 framed replica map in darkwood,          approximately 43" x 39"$485 unframed replica map,           Texas fascinated the Europeans as a splendid opportunity for settling on the frontier and beginning to live the American Dream.There was also an important political perspective. Many...

  • Detailed Geologic Map of Texas, circa 1920 $845 Framed replica map in darkwood          Approximately 41" wide by 41" tall$485 Unframed replica map For over 100 years the oil and gas industry has been a cornerstone of the Texas economy and the Lone Star way of life – even a big part of the image of Texas worldwide. Texans not involved in any aspect of...

  • The Houston Metropolitan Area 100 Years Ago The Beginning of the Boom Times $785 framed replica map approx. 41 " x 39 "$485 unframed replica map Real Estate marketing was a dynamic business in Southeast Texas in the early 1900’s. The Lucas Gusher had come in at the Spindletop Field starting the oil rush and agricultural markets were booming as...

  • Early View of What Would Become Texas by Johann Baptist Homann Geographer to the Holy Roman Empire, Circa 1730, Nuremberg $785 Framed replica map in dark woodApproximately 41" x 35"$485 Unframed replica map This elegantly engraved map, based on the explorations of La Salle, shows the eastern half of the Americas from New England to Venezuela divided...

  • Mapping the Mississippi RiverOne of the First Maps to Name Texas by John Senex, England $785 Framed replica map in darkwood          Approx. 46" wide by 39" tall$485 Unframed replica map This rare 1719 map of the Mississippi River is one of the first maps printed in English to name Texas (Mission de los Tejas established in 1716, near present-day...

  • The United States & Manifest Destiny A perspective of the American West – 1849 $785 framed, approximately 49" x 40"$485 unframed, approximately 36" x 29" The vast opportunities unfolding west of the Mississippi River are clearly evident in this magnificent map. Both the Santa Fe Trail and the Oregon Trail – called routes on this map – are...

  • Texas According to the Most Recent Authorities circa 1856, PhiladelphiaCowperthwait, Desilver & Butler $785 framed replica map in darkwood,           approximately 44" x 38"$485 unframed replica map This is perhaps the Best Early Texas Statehood Map. The growth Texas enjoyed in the first five years of statehood is remarkable, a veritable gold rush...

  • By S. Augustus Mitchell and J.H. Young, circa 1835 $785 framed replica map with darkwood,           approximately 44" x 38 "$485 unframed replica map This highly desirable map, published on the eve of the Texas Revolution, is one of the most colorful maps of Texas ever published. The influx of colonist to Texas in the 1830's fueled a demand for maps...

  • A. R. Roessler & M.V. Mittendorfer, Circa 1874 $785 framed replica map in darkwood,           approximately 44" x 41"$485 unframed replica map In the decades after the civil war, Texas enjoyed spectacular growth as settlers from back east poured in and the railroads opened many areas for more activity. Anton Roessler, a Hungarian born Texan and...

  • Published by Immigration Bureau of the State of Texas - 1888 $785 framed replica map in darkwood,          approximately 41" x 39 "$485 unframed replica map This heroic scale map gives us a fascinating insight into the dynamic growth Texas enjoyed in the late 19th century. It was published to encourage prospective settlers to come down for a "look...

  • circa 1842 by A. K. Johnston, Edinburgh, Scotland $785 framed replica map in darkwood, 45" x 38"$485 unframed replica map, 35" x 29" This outstanding map includes a wealth of information on both the independent Republic of Texas as well as the 26 States “Back East”. The Western border of Texas had been established by treaty as “the Rio Grande River to...

  • Emory's rare 1844 map as recognized by the U.S. $845 framed replica map in dark wood, approximately 55" x 40"$485 unframed replica map, approximately 45" x 30" The annexation of Texas by the United States was a dominant issue of the presidential campaign of 1844. This map, drawn by an engineer in the U.S. Army, was the first to accurately depict all of...

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