Topographical Map - Gasquet California Oregon Quad - USGS 1951 - 23 x 28.43 - Vintage Wall Art

Topographical Map - Gasquet California Oregon Quad - USGS 1951 - 23 x 28.43 - Vintage Wall Art

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Map Print Size: 23.00 x 28.43

Metric Map Print Size: 58.42 X 72.21

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  • Description
    Topographical Map - Gasquet California, Oregon Quad - USGS 1951 - This is an exquisite full-color Reproduction printed on high-quality gloss paper, art paper or canvas.

    Print Size: 23.00 x 28.43 inches
    58.42 X 72.21cm


    Sites and Townships Specific To This Map Are: Gasquet and Darlingtonia.

    The following towns are featured: Lower Coon Mountain, Coon Creek, Devil's Gap, Smith River, Cold Spring Mountain, High Plateau Mountain, Six Rivers National Forest, Siskiyou National Forest, Monkey Creek Ridge, Washington Peak, Elk Camp Ridge, Upper Coon Mountain, Table Mountain, and Hurdygurdy Butte.

    This Map is Situated in: States of California (CA) and Oregon (OR).

    SKU: CAGA0002

    Original Maps are often difficult to find and usually have fold lines, identifying stamps or markings, tears, ragged edges, and assorted other natural signs of age that detract from their beauty. All of our maps have been professionally restored to depict their original beauty, while keeping all historical data intact.

    These maps are fabulous pieces of history full of information useful to Historians, Genealogists, Cartographers, Relic Hunters, & Others. They make fascinating conversation pieces and splendid works of art for the home or office.
  • Bullet Points
    • OWN A HISTORICAL TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP TODAY - Topographical maps provide you a birds-eye view of how the topography of certain pieces of land are mapped out. See how much today's maps have changed from centuries ago. See how waterways have shifted, or how forrests have become thralling cities. See how history has changed the landscape with a topographical map today!
    • TOPOGRAPHICAL MAPS PROVIDE IMPORTANT INFORMATION -Topographical maps show you how the borders of a county are established and were they can be found. It also highlights rivers, mountains, and other natural elements, and it will show you where the cities are located within it.
    • ONLY ACCEPT THE BEST PRINT QUALITY FOR YOUR REPRODUCTIONS - There are many printers and print types available on the market, when purchasing a reproduction there is no finer quality reproduction than a reproduction using the Giclee Printing method. Giclee describes the technique or style of printing used, and it is revered as the highest quality printing because of the way it precisely sprays ink onto a surface. Trust nothing less than the best!
    • GUARNANTEED TO GET EXACTLY WHAT YOU ORDERED - This map comes exactly to the specification of 23.00 x 28.43 inches/58.42 X 72.21 cm. All of our maps come rolled, wrapped, and shipped in a heavy gauge mailing tube to ensure it arrives intact.
    • WHY CHOOSE MAPS OF THE PAST? - Maps of the Past is one of the single largest producers of different types of maps. They legally own the rights to the maps they sell, and provide them to you in clean, clear, and vibrant print. If you are looking for a high quality map print, then look no further than Maps of the Past!
  • Print Quality Details

    Giclée Printing Process
    “A giclée (zhee-clay) reproduction is the closest duplication of an original artwork that is humanly or technically achievable. We have used the giclee printing process on both the Ultrasmooth Fine Art Paper and the Cotton Canvas options to create truly magnificent map prints, the quality of which is recognized by museums and galleries around the world. Read more about
    Giclee Prints here.

    Glossy Satin Photo Quality
    This is a very high quality, photo-grade, 7 mil thick paper. It is considered a "matte" finish, however it does have a slight sheen to it. It is a very nice paper and produces extremely attractive maps.

    Matte Art Paper
    This archival fine-art media has the look and feel of old-world handmade paper and is great for producing sharp, accurate reproductions. The Giclee process, combined with a 12 mil thick paper, creates magnificent historical maps guaranteed not to fade, yellow, or crack for more than 100 years. The quality of these matte-finish maps is recognized by museums and galleries around the world.

    Matte Canvas
    Ideal for framing, the poly/cotton blend archival-grade canvas will satisfy even the most discriminating taste. This canvas has a medium gloss finish, and after printing via the Giclee process, your historical maps are guaranteed not to fade, yellow, or crack for more than 100 years. The result is truly magnificent and ideal for those seeking the look and feel of an actual painting.

Topographical Map - Gasquet California, Oregon Quad - USGS 1951 - This is an exquisite full-color Reproduction printed on high-quality gloss paper, art paper or canvas.

Print Size: 23.00 x 28.43 inches
58.42 X 72.21cm


Sites and Townships Specific To This Map Are: Gasquet and Darlingtonia.

The following towns are featured: Lower Coon Mountain, Coon Creek, Devil's Gap, Smith River, Cold Spring Mountain, High Plateau Mountain, Six Rivers National Forest, Siskiyou National Forest, Monkey Creek Ridge, Washington Peak, Elk Camp Ridge, Upper Coon Mountain, Table Mountain, and Hurdygurdy Butte.

This Map is Situated in: States of California (CA) and Oregon (OR).

SKU: CAGA0002

Original Maps are often difficult to find and usually have fold lines, identifying stamps or markings, tears, ragged edges, and assorted other natural signs of age that detract from their beauty. All of our maps have been professionally restored to depict their original beauty, while keeping all historical data intact.

These maps are fabulous pieces of history full of information useful to Historians, Genealogists, Cartographers, Relic Hunters, & Others. They make fascinating conversation pieces and splendid works of art for the home or office.
  • OWN A HISTORICAL TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP TODAY - Topographical maps provide you a birds-eye view of how the topography of certain pieces of land are mapped out. See how much today's maps have changed from centuries ago. See how waterways have shifted, or how forrests have become thralling cities. See how history has changed the landscape with a topographical map today!
  • TOPOGRAPHICAL MAPS PROVIDE IMPORTANT INFORMATION -Topographical maps show you how the borders of a county are established and were they can be found. It also highlights rivers, mountains, and other natural elements, and it will show you where the cities are located within it.
  • ONLY ACCEPT THE BEST PRINT QUALITY FOR YOUR REPRODUCTIONS - There are many printers and print types available on the market, when purchasing a reproduction there is no finer quality reproduction than a reproduction using the Giclee Printing method. Giclee describes the technique or style of printing used, and it is revered as the highest quality printing because of the way it precisely sprays ink onto a surface. Trust nothing less than the best!
  • GUARNANTEED TO GET EXACTLY WHAT YOU ORDERED - This map comes exactly to the specification of 23.00 x 28.43 inches/58.42 X 72.21 cm. All of our maps come rolled, wrapped, and shipped in a heavy gauge mailing tube to ensure it arrives intact.
  • WHY CHOOSE MAPS OF THE PAST? - Maps of the Past is one of the single largest producers of different types of maps. They legally own the rights to the maps they sell, and provide them to you in clean, clear, and vibrant print. If you are looking for a high quality map print, then look no further than Maps of the Past!

Giclée Printing Process
“A giclée (zhee-clay) reproduction is the closest duplication of an original artwork that is humanly or technically achievable. We have used the giclee printing process on both the Ultrasmooth Fine Art Paper and the Cotton Canvas options to create truly magnificent map prints, the quality of which is recognized by museums and galleries around the world. Read more about
Giclee Prints here.

Glossy Satin Photo Quality
This is a very high quality, photo-grade, 7 mil thick paper. It is considered a "matte" finish, however it does have a slight sheen to it. It is a very nice paper and produces extremely attractive maps.

Matte Art Paper
This archival fine-art media has the look and feel of old-world handmade paper and is great for producing sharp, accurate reproductions. The Giclee process, combined with a 12 mil thick paper, creates magnificent historical maps guaranteed not to fade, yellow, or crack for more than 100 years. The quality of these matte-finish maps is recognized by museums and galleries around the world.

Matte Canvas
Ideal for framing, the poly/cotton blend archival-grade canvas will satisfy even the most discriminating taste. This canvas has a medium gloss finish, and after printing via the Giclee process, your historical maps are guaranteed not to fade, yellow, or crack for more than 100 years. The result is truly magnificent and ideal for those seeking the look and feel of an actual painting.