Johnsons Japan’

Order Code: JO-1867-JAPAN-EARLY Category:

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This antique map came from Johnson’s New Illustrated (Steel Plate) Family Atlas, published in 1867, by A.J. Johnson. These maps are some of the most colorful and accurate maps produced in the 1860’s, their attention to detail and the fine steel engraving make them works of art. Johnson maps are characterized by hand coloring in red, green, yellow, and pink and distinctive borders, including iron scrollwork and a Celtic design. This beautiful map of Japan shows countries, states and or provinces and regions, cities and towns, lakes, rivers, and water bodies, railroads, forts, and wagon trails. A fine piece that would make a nice addition to any wall in a home or office. Includes inset maps of Yesso and the Bay of Nacasaki.


Size: 15.5 x 14 inches
Condition: Very Good
Map Maker: A.J. Johnson
Coloring: Original Hand Coloring
Year: 1867

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