Arizona 1883 Map

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Arizona 1883 Map

We love old maps. Their coloration, typography, legends, notations, and sometimes even outdated place names all have a nostalgic quality that gives them a special beauty. If you share our love for vintage maps, you’ll appreciate this 1883 Arizona Map in our Historic Series. 

This map was made by George Cram and originally published in Cram's Unrivaled Family Atlas of the World in 1883.

    • Made in the USA

      We consider our maps to be works of art, so we print and frame them accordingly. 

      Every map is custom printed. We have no inventory. Only when we receive your order do we produce your print on our 12-color giclée printer, using top-quality archival inks that will never fade.

      Fine Art Paper - Museum-quality paper and inks assure sharp details, true colors, and exceptional durability. 
      - Archival Paper and Inks
      - 100% cotton
      - OBA-Free and Acid-Free
      - Heavyweight 21.5 mil
      - Certified to last 100 years

      Frames - Hardwood frames in Maple, Walnut, or Black-Stained Walnut, handmade to order for your fine art paper print. We send each print to a professional frame shop to be custom framed and are not eligible for return. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery.
      - Real Walnut, not veneer
      - 7/8 inch face and 1 1/2 inch depth
      - Acrylite glazing
      - Hanging wire installed

      Canvas Wraps - Canvas stretched around an interior wooden frame. Custom made to order and are not eligible for return. Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.
      - Textured canvas with satin finish
      - 1 1/2 inch depth
      - Hanging wire installed
      - Ready to hang

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    Please allow 3-7 days for paper prints and 3-4 weeks for framed prints

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    Every map is a work of art.
    So we print and frame them accordingly.

    Each map is produced on our 12-color gicleé printers using premium inks to ensure a highly detailed, fade-free piece.

    We make all of our prints with museum-quality, 100% cotton, acid-free archival paper that’s rated to last 100+ years.

    No pressed wood, no veneer. Every custom frame is handmade from real Maple or Walnut.
    Please allow 3-4 weeks for your frame to be delivered.

    Spark conversation with a custom canvas gallery wrap, offering enhanced depth and texture with a bolder look.

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    Reviewed by James K.
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    Perfect Gift

    Excellent communication. Ordered different products with different delivery adddresses. Everything was accommodated without issue. The quality of the product is unmatched and there is no comparable option.

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    Reviewed by Mark F.
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    Great product and service

    The map was beautiful, printed on sturdy material, and shipped quickly in time for the holidays. No issues whatsoever.

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    Reviewed by Page L.
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    Arizona 1883 map

    I lived in Tucson, AZ, from 1970-1978. Every time I return to AZ for a visit, I am amazed at how much things have changed. I bought this map to remind me how big Phoenix and Tucson used to be 140 years ago (not very!) and to see the other things that have changed or appeared since then. I have really enjoyed the map for these reasons, and also for its sturdy quality. Thank you so much!

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