< p class="cost"> 16,00 USD Antique city plan of Dortmund, Germany, as it was more than a hundred years ago, when Karl Baedeker released it in his travel guide of Germany. The book was published in Leipzig and Paris, 1914. The map also consists of an insert of Hohensyburg.
Karl Baedeker was a German publisher that set the requirement for reliable manuals for travelers. He understood the value of including quality, reliable maps in his travel resources. The cartographer Edward Wagner produced the maps for his handbooks that were way ahead of the times. At the beginning they were black and white.
Size 8.2 by 6.3 inches consisting of margins (21 by 16 cm)
In excellent condition. Colors are bright and there are no foxing areas.
< br/ > Sent to you folded, as released, in a small envelope safeguarded with a cello sleeve and cardboard.
< br/ > This is an ORIGINAL, not a reproduction.
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