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New Jersey Illustrated Map Postcard - 5 x 7 inch NJ map art print

New Jersey Illustrated Map Postcard - 5 x 7 inch NJ map art print

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This New Jersey illustrated map postcard is a perfect blend of history and pop culture - you'll find the site of the Burr / Hamilton duel, Action Park, Lucy the Elephant, Asbury Park's Tillie, the Jersey Devil and the Hadrosaurus, plus 70+ other places and things of interest. Don't worry, this postcard is oversized, so there is plenty of space to fit it all, AND write a sweet message on the back.

This is the perfect postcard to send to someone living in NJ or a former resident who has moved to another state but still thinks of NJ as home. 

While this illustrated is printed on thick, heavyweight paper suitable for framing, if you are looking for a NJ Map to display on your wall, I really recommend checking out the larger, 11 x 14 inch version, so you can see all the tiny details here.

 

 Available as a single postcard or 8 postcard set  

 

☆ SIZE & PAPER
Print Size = 5 x 7 inches
Paper = 110 lb Heavyweight Matte Paper, perfect for framing or writing

☆ SHIPPING 
Postcard is shipping protected by a cello bag. If you are buying a single cards, it will be shipped in a flat envelope, multiple cards are shipped in a padded mailer.

I ship within 2 business days after purchase via USPS, which takes around 2-3 days for delivery

☆ SENDING AS A GIFT?
I'd be happy to include a complimentary gift note. Just let me know in the "notes to seller" field upon checkout. 

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Who would have thought that a 5x7-inch postcard could contain such multitudes? These postcards are a beautiful rendering of the major landmarks of New Jersey, all beautifully illustrated from a psychogeographical survey of our fair state, which is a fancy way of saying Lauren asked people on social media for their favorite and most important landmarks and she turned all of that into a map. Now let the “why didn’t you include…?” begin!