Please note, these prints are not mounted or framed.
One of the biggest mysteries of western cartography, this map has confounded historians who still don't know why, where and by whom it was made. It is generally agreed on that it was made between 1580-1590. This map features an illustration of a traditional court Jester's uniform with a double peaked cap with bells and the Jester's Staff. The face is hidden (or replaced) by a world map. Now you can own this mysterious (some might say ominous) looking map on either poster or canvas.
Perfect for the Dorm, Lab or Home! Choose between 2 poster sizes: 18"x24" or 24"x36" (for an additional $3) or on Canvas 24" x 34" (print is 21" x 31" with 1.5" border on all sides for wrapping if desired) for an additional $10.Product Features: