Style:Case-Mate iPhone 3G/3GS Tough Universal Case
<p>Add an extra layer of protection to your iPhone 3G/3GS with the customizable TOUGH Case-Mate brand case from Zazzle. Made from an interior silicone skin and an exterior hard-shell ABS plastic, this case protects your iPhone from day-to-day shocks and impacts while still providing access to all ports and buttons. The custom iPhone 3G/3GS TOUGH Case is perfect for showing off your custom style with maximum device protection.</p>
Ultra Durable hard plastic case with interior silicone lining.
Designed for the Apple iPhone 3G/3GS (AT&T model only).
Printed in the USA.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note this product’s customizable design area measures 4.8" x 3.15". For best results please add 1/7" bleed.
A wonderful old World Continent Map from 1689 adorns this case. A world map is a map of the surface of the Earth, which may be made using any of a number of different map projections. A map projection is any method of representing the surface of a sphere or other three-dimensional body on a plane.
Maps of the world are often either 'political' or 'physical'. The most important purpose of the political map is to show territorial borders; the purpose of the physical map is to show features of geography such as mountains, soil type or land use. Geological maps show not only the physical surface, but characteristics of the underlying rock, fault lines, and subsurface structures. Credit: Wikipedia
At The Vintage Vamp we obtain high quality images of vintage artwork. Then we use state of the art technology and editing to bring back to life the most compelling images from the past. Unlike a lot of reproductions sold on the Internet, ours have been refurbished to bring out the original colors and fix as many imperfections as possible. We use only PNG format and the largest PPI (pixels per inch) possible, which is the very best for printing. This assures that your image will print with the highest quality possible, no matter what size you choose. Credit: Library of Congress