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The Rhineland in 1794, Map reproduction

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The Rhineland in 1794, Map reproduction

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Reprinted historic map showing the territory along both banks of the Rhine between the old city of Worms and Rheindiebach in great detail. It includes the well known cities of Mainz, Wiesbaden and Darmstadt, as well as Frankenstein Castle. Frankfurt is just off the map's north eastern edge, but a considerable amount of its territory south of the river Main is still depicted. 

The highly accurate map originates from the initial stages of the French Revolutionary Wars. It was completed in 1794 and published as part of the collection Kriegs Theater der teutschen und franzoesischen Graenzlanden zwischen dem Rhein und der Mosel, im Jahr 1796 (Theatre of war in the French and German borderlands between the Rhine and the Moselle in the year 1796) by I. L. C. Rheinwald in Mannheim.

Our DIN A1 (59,4 x 84,1 cm) reprint almost exactly replicates the original's size of 80 x 60 cm².

- DIN A1 (59,4 x 84,1 cm)

This map is available in 4 variants, all of which are A1 (59.4 x 84,1 cm) in size:

  • Paper print, rolled (300 dpi)
  • Paper print, folded (300 dpi)
  • Textile print
  • Canvas print

We recommend the rolled paper print or the artistic canvas print for customers who want to mount the map on a wall. If the map is to be stored in a bookshelf, we recommend the robust (polyester fabric) textile print or the folded map.

This map can also be printed on a framed canvas or aluminium plate.  If interested please contact us using kontakt@sardisverlag.de.

You can buy this map here in our shop, where the payment options Credit Card (VISA, MasterCard, AmEx), PayPal, Bitcoin, Apple Pay, Android Pay or Ali Pay are available.

ISBN 978-3-945358-03-0

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Reprinted historic map showing the territory along both banks of the Rhine between the old city of Worms and Rheindiebach in great detail. It includes the well known cities of Mainz, Wiesbaden and Darmstadt, as well as Frankenstein Castle. Frankfurt is just off the map's north eastern edge, but a considerable amount of its territory south of the river Main is still depicted. 

The highly accurate map originates from the initial stages of the French Revolutionary Wars. It was completed in 1794 and published as part of the collection Kriegs Theater der teutschen und franzoesischen Graenzlanden zwischen dem Rhein und der Mosel, im Jahr 1796 (Theatre of war in the French and German borderlands between the Rhine and the Moselle in the year 1796) by I. L. C. Rheinwald in Mannheim.

Our DIN A1 (59,4 x 84,1 cm) reprint almost exactly replicates the original's size of 80 x 60 cm².

- DIN A1 (59,4 x 84,1 cm)

This map is available in 4 variants, all of which are A1 (59.4 x 84,1 cm) in size:

  • Paper print, rolled (300 dpi)
  • Paper print, folded (300 dpi)
  • Textile print
  • Canvas print

We recommend the rolled paper print or the artistic canvas print for customers who want to mount the map on a wall. If the map is to be stored in a bookshelf, we recommend the robust (polyester fabric) textile print or the folded map.

This map can also be printed on a framed canvas or aluminium plate.  If interested please contact us using kontakt@sardisverlag.de.

You can buy this map here in our shop, where the payment options Credit Card (VISA, MasterCard, AmEx), PayPal, Bitcoin, Apple Pay, Android Pay or Ali Pay are available.

ISBN 978-3-945358-03-0