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Boulder, CO 1966 USGS Map

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$59

USGS Topographic Map of Boulder, CO from 1966 (Reproduction).  It is a quadrant map which shows a portion of land that includes the city and surrounding areas.

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We print all of our designs ourselves on the highest quality materials made in the USA.  We use an award winning Canon ipf8300 printer with their 12 color inkset to get the most vibrant colors that will last a lifetime.

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    • Paper-Archival, heavyweight and thick 310g 100% cotton, white art paper with a textured matte surface. 
    • With Reclaimed Wood Frame-Handmade frames made with reclaimed wood from the Clinton Woolen Mill founded in 1866 in Michigan.  They are each unique with a natural oil finish, 1.75" face and .75" rough cut sides.
    • With Black Wood Frame-Clean matte black frame with a 1.25" face and 1" thick.
    • Canvas-Gallery wrapped using heavyweight 400g, archival canvas. It's protected with a satin varnish, and stretched around a 1.5 inch pine wood frame, ready to hang.

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04/07/2018
Vincent S.
United States

Adirondack & Boulder maps

Growing up in upstate New York, one of my goals was always to hike the 46 high peaks. Being able to cross them off while looking at a beautifully framed map of the adirondack state park has been one of the best parts about returning from a grueling hike. Now moving out to Boulder, I am eager to compare the 1966 usgs map to current day. Its always great to see changes over time. The folks at Muirway do a phenomenal job and their customer service is off the charts. Cant wait to get my hands on some of their biological fish prints!

JN
09/19/2017
Josh N.

Boulder in the 60s?

I could only imagine. Unique collection of maps and good quality.