"The Cape" is a peninsula which makes up the easternmost portion of Massachusetts. In the 17th century the designation Cape Cod applied only to the tip of the peninsula, essentially present-day Provincetown. This map is hand drawn based on a 1950s geological map of the area. The drawing was created into a relief plate which was then used to make prints on an old fashioned letterpress. The shorelines of each map are then painted with watercolor.
This map is printed in a limited edition.
Paper size: 12 x 16" (fits in a standard frame)
Each is signed dated and numbered.
This map will be carefully packed in a cellophane sleeve, nestled between sturdy cardboard, and shipped in a firm flat mailer. I will ship this piece USPS priority mail which typically take 3 to 4 business days to arrive.
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