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1794 Delarochette Map of the Empire of Germany Candy Jars

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Style: Candy Jar

Have a blast getting caught with your hand in this amazing candy jar! Made of bright white porcelain, this candy jar has a brilliant luster that makes your photos, text, and designs look spectacular. Dishwasher safe and microwave approved, your hard candy will be safe and secure in a custom candy jar from Zazzle!

  • Dimensions:
    • Height: 4" with lid; 3.625"without lid
    • Diameter: Jar: 3"; Cork Lid: 2.25"
  • Capacity: 10oz.
  • Made of 100% bright white porcelain
  • Cork lid included
  • Dishwasher safe and microwave safe
  • Imported. Printed in U.S.A.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 2.5" x 10"
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1794 Delarochette Map of the Empire of Germany Candy Jars
An absolutely stunning and monumental two panel 1794 wall map of Germany, Bohemia, Austria and Prussia by Louis Stanislas d'Arcy Delarochette. Covers Germanic territories in full from the Baltic Sea to the Gulf of Venice. Includes Germany, Austria, Bohemia (Czech Republic), Poland, Lithuania, Prussia, Switzerland, Holland (the Netherlands), Belgium and Denmark. Offers an extraordinary level of detail throughout, noting roadways, towns, castles, monasteries, forests, swamps, rivers, cities and mountains. Even offers some offshore detail near Belgium and Holland. An elaborate allegorical title cartouche in the upper left quadrant depicts the German janiform eagle overlooking two warrior women and an assortment of military paraphernalia. Under it all, a baleful Medusa looks on. this is the 1794 updated edition of a map originally published in 1759. Published by Laurie and Whittle as plate nos. 18-19 in the 1797 edition of Thomas Kitchin's General Atlas .
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