Vintage Map Poster with Ski Lift
- From £25.00
This fantastic retro skiing print can feature a number of different ski resorts on the antique map behind an illustration of a mountain scene.Full Description
A4 unframed (21 × 29.7 cm) - £25 | Framed - £45
A3 unframed (29.7 x 42 cm) - £35 | Framed - £60
A2 unframed (42 x 59.4 cm) - £50 | Framed - £80
Our vintage map prints are printed onto high grade matt art paper. All prints come ready to be framed with a 1.5cm border of white around each print.
Please see product images for the different designs and colours for each resort and then choose from the drop down list. If you would a like a resort that is not on the list please email us to see if we can add it to the collection.
This product is made to order in 5-7 working days. Once your product has been created, it will be dispatched on a next day delivery service.
International delivery is available at checkout.
This fantastic retro skiing print can feature a number of different ski resorts on the antique map behind an illustration of a mountain scene. Ideal as a thank you gift to your chalet host or to someone who has just come back from a ski season. Choose from the drop down list of ski resorts available in three different sizes. If you can't find the resort you would like please email us to see if we can add it to the collection. Please be aware that the maps differ in colour and design and the mountain illustration is coloured to match the colourations of the map, if you would like a preview of your poster which is not show above please email us before purchasing this product.
We've never met anyone who doesn't love old maps, which is why we only use antique maps printed on our products. Their unique charm and history are part of who we are and is the foundation of all our products. Because of their age, many were drawn in the 19th Century, not all of the place names or locations we expect to see on modern day maps will be marked.
The original old maps have been digitally scanned from an antique Atlas published in the late 1800's and early 1900's.