Map Wallpaper - Vintage Ordnance Survey London - Revised New Series 1897-1898
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The Ordnance Survey's first colour mapping series was published between 1897 and 1904, at the turn of the century and the close of the Victorian era when Britain was an industrial nation. At this point in history, shipping routes and the laying of electric telegraph cables linked Britain to the rest of the empire. The original mapping scale is one inch to one mile (1:63,360) and shows London on the eve of the 20th Century.
Make one of these beautifully coloured maps of London a feature of your home or workplace.
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Standard Wallpaper (requires wallpaper paste).
A smooth, PVC Free, matt non-woven wallpaper of 300 microns with high opacity and excellent wet strength resistance. Can be hung using standard wallpaper paste and does not require any lamination. Flame retardant rating of B-s1.
Self Adhesive Wallpaper.
A peel and stick fabric based (Polyester blend) inkjet media of 280gsm, sticks to any non porous surface including walls, doors and windows. Easy to apply, reposition and remove without damaging the host surface.