Sanborn Insurance Maps were used by insurers throughout the 19th and 20th Centuries to help assess fire liability, and while there are valuable in a utilitarian sense, they are also beautiful; instantly recognizable for their distinctively detailed and beautifully ornate lettering on their title pages.

 

This art print is created from portions of a Sanborn map of Ann Arbor, MI from 1892.

 

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Recognition: Ann Arbor, Michigan occupies the ancestral, traditional, and contemporary Lands of the Anishinaabeg peoples. In particular, the university resides on Land ceded in the 1807 Treaty of Detroit.

Ann Arbor 1892 Sanborn-Perris Insurance Map Art Poster Print

$19.99Price
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  • Product Info

    • Open-edition art print signed

    • 11x14" (and under) prints ship flat

    • 16x20" (and above) prints ship rolled in rigid tube

    • Archival giclée art print on acid-free, lignin-free paper

    • Top Quality, archival Epson UltraChrome® HDR Inks

    • 1" white margin around printed area.

    • MADE IN MICHIGAN!

  • Shipping

    Prints typically ship within 1-5 days. All prints shipped via USPS 2-3 Day Priority Mail.

     

    Our 8x10" and 11x14" Michigan art prints ship to you FLAT in a sturdy "stayflat" mailer.

     

    All of our 16x20" (and larger) prints ship ROLLED in a durable TriHex mailing tube to keep it safe and protected while it makes its way from our studio to your doorstep. 3-day deliveries of 11x14" prints may also shipped rolled in this fashion.

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