A vintage, 1829 map of the five boroughs of New York City, commisioned and published by the Surveyor General. A gorgeous look into the past of the Capital of the World, as it was slowly gaining its shape, colorized in different sepia blue hues. The map pays special attention to correctly depict roads, villages, flouring mills, manufactories, forges, sawmills, and churches. This vintage map of the five boroughs of New York City will elevate your space with a dash of history and offer an interesting talking point when entertaining. The map will also work incredibly well as wall decor for a professional setting. This map was printed in giclee technique and will not fade for 100 years.