JERUSALEM: Amir's Pictorial Map.
A highly decorative pictorial map of Jerusalem, was made by an Israeli illustrator and map maker Immanuel Blaushild, and published in Tel Aviv in 1969.
Author: Immanuel BLAUSHILD.
Place and Year: Tel Aviv: Amir Publishing Company 1969.
Technique: Lithograph in olour, printed from both sides (Very Good, soft folds slightly scuffed, old annotation in lower margin) 61 x 86 cm (24 x 33.9 inches).
This decorative, cleverly designed pictorial maps shows most important buildings in Jerusalem, with marked distances and transportation routes on verso. The roads outside the frame of the main image are not drawn to scale, but have marked distances in small frames next to them.
The text on the back is index of hundreds of attractions and important buildings with their locations inside the grid of the main map.
The map was designed by an Israeli map maker Immanuel Blaushild and was in next years reprinted and updated to different versions.
Availability: In stock