Virginia, 1630, Nova Virginiæ Tabula, John Smith Map, Framed
Undoubtedly one of the landmark maps in American history — Captain John Smith’s map of the Virginia Colony and the Chesapeake Bay waterways, first published in 1612, while depicting developments and events from 1606 on. The famous Virginia map has seen numerous editions from some of the major firms in Europe at the time. This one is a faithful museum-quality reproduction of the beautifully colored 1630 Hondius edition of the map.
• Captain John Smith’s map of the Chesapeake Bay area, Nova Virginiae Tabula, (1612), 1630 Hondius Edition
• Custom-framed: black wooden frame, facing, backing, wires; ready to hang
• Premium Giclée Print (Ultra Premium Presentation Enhanced Matte Paper)
• Made in USA