Map of India
Item # - MA95138
Wall Map - Accurately reproduced using state of the art high precision print technology with museum quality media and fade-resistant, archival inks.
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Gallery Wrap Canvas - Premium canvas print on museum quality canvas with fade-resistant, archival inks. Map is gallery wrapped by one of our expert framers, with 1.5" deep heavy duty wooden stretcher bars, to hang frameless for a high-end designer look. The printed image is mirrored around the perimeter and wrapped around the edges to be visible on all four sides. Our gallery wrapped canvas map comes with hardware, ready to hang on your wall.
Wall Decal - Removable and repositionable peel and stick wall decal printed on high quality water-resistant satin cloth fabric backed with a repositionable, removable adhesive designed for easy, no hassle application to a wide variety of flat surfaces. Lightweight, easy-to-hang, no preparation needed, just peel off backing paper and stick on a flat surface; a great frame free alternative for exhibiting maps; Material is a wrinkle-resistant, tear-resistant, water-resistant fabric, not water proof, intended for indoor use. Safe on wall paint, will not leave residue behind when removed, can be easily reapplied to different locations, over and over again.
Credit Line: Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division.
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