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I like the vintage world map, but i don’t really like the vintage US map. A conundrum, I know ;0)
Where were you 6 months ago! :) I’ve been searching high and low for an “antique” map that’s still accurate so I could hang it on our wall. I wanted it to be an educational thing (we homeschool), but I don’t want my house to look like a schoolroom. FINALLY found one (for too much $$), but could really have used yours!!
Any plans to make a N.America/S.America centered map in the vintage style
Vintage all the way!!!!! Can’t wait to start school this year with u guys in our classroom!!!
LOVE the look of the vintage, my only recommendation would be to make the water more of a bluer hue. There is no mistaking water for land on the familiar maps (ie. U.S. and world), but for the less familiar and/or more specific maps (ie. Japan or Arctic Circle) the light brown hue for the water might be a little confusing, especially for visual learners. I also agree with many of the comments that the traditional style A would be a better fit for younger learners or those new to geography.
Our youngest 2 are special needs so the regular style A would be what I would buy. Its brighter and helps contrast things better for them.
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