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Vintage 1991 Limited Edition of 25 – The Melbourne Map – Black & White

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This enormous same size as original, is the final version of the line drawing from 1991. The culmination of years of commitment and vision to document Melbourne for the first time since the 1880's.

There were only 25 of these screen prints expertly produced by Larry Rawlings.  Copies are in the National Library and private collections, with only a couple left for sale.

This unique historical documentation of Melbourne in the 90's went on to be beautifully hand-coloured by Heather Potter and Mark Jackson and later published as a poster. The Melbourne Map became the bestselling poster of all time and a highly coveted jigsaw puzzle.

If you would like to read more on the history of The Melbourne Map, click here

Screen printed on to Arches French Watercolour 100% rag museum quality paper.  This edition is the same size as the original.

Paper size:  1520mm x 1140mm     Image size 1232mm x 848mm

Signed, numbered and embossed.  Includes a certificate of authenticity.

Framing can be arranged.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us via email

Print, Package and Deliver

Home Delivery

We’ll pack and send your order between 1 to 3 business days*.  Products are securely packaged (including framed prints) and safe arrival is assured.  Once the parcel is lodged with our freight supplier you’ll receive tracking information with an indication of delivery dates. 

*Limited Edition prints may take a little longer and we’ll contact you to advise.

Click & Collect

If you’d prefer to collect your order and save on postage, this can be done at any of the seven Frames Now stores.  Location options here.

Your order will be packaged and forwarded to the Frames Now store of your choice.

Once it arrives,  a staff member will call you and if you can’t answer the call, they’ll leave a message.

More Information

We're a small team with a love of illustration and bringing our maps to life. Our About,  History and Blog pages are full of information and videos about how we create our maps.

Everything we produce is sourced and manufactured locally and ethically.

Answers to many FAQ's can be found here.