This bird’s-eye view print of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was drawn by John Bachman and published by Duval & Sons, lith. in 1857. Philadelphia was established in 1682 at the confluence of the Schuylkill and Delaware Rivers. The seat of government for Philadelphia County was the national capital during Revolutionary times.
The original print of this antique map has been enhanced to give it a clean, crisp overall tone, contrasted by the addition of blue color tinting to the rivers, skies and oceans. This historic map reproduction is printed on heavy-weight museum quality paper using high quality pigment based inks. Several sizes available.