This 'New Map of the World' created by Pieter Goos in 1666 was considered the finest map of the time. An exquisitely detailed engraving, coloured with ink, with decorated spandrels of clouds, birds and figures representing the seasons.
The sharp lines and geographical hints make this an immensely satisfying puzzle to do, worthy of being mounted and framed when completed. The old-world charm and antique feel sparks wanderlust in the adventurous at heart.
Packaged in a recycled cardboard tube with metal caps, making it excellent for gifting. The tube allows us to enclose an extra-large reference image, giving all of the detail you need to piece it together, with tips and tricks on the reverse to give pointers to the newbies on getting started.
Put on some good music, pour yourself something nice, and take some time out to get lost in a puzzle.
Size: 70cm x 50cm in landscape orientation
Pieces: 1000 precision die-cut pieces
Material: Full colour print in certified non-toxic inks, in a recycled cardboard tube, with large enclosed reference image.