East Farthing. A gateway to adventure, the far borders of which few Hobbits dare (or desire) to cross.
The Brandywine River is about as far as most hobbits have ever ventured and Wilderland beyond is the stuff of legend and the tales of weary travellers at the Shire's many taverns and ale houses.
The original prop for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was designed and drawn by Daniel Reeve of the 3 Foot 7 art department.
Weta's map has been made from a scan of the original map and printed in Middle-earth (New Zealand) on finest Italian Marina Conchiglia parchment paper
Map of East Farthing - Parchment Art Print is a lovely map.
The Map of East Farthing is part of a range of Middle-earth maps from Weta. Others in the series include:
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A little map , a great piece of art!
All Daniel Reeve maps are really cool , and they´ve become... Read more.
All Daniel Reeve maps are really cool , and they´ve become a distinctive icones of the movie.
This map is printed with high quality inks , so the final result is perfect. The watercolour aged background is great , with splattering and drops here and there , and the calligraphy is excellent.
One of the best things is the floral frame around it. It is a really nice design . It is a piece to be framed and it is the same as the one that could be seen hanged over Bag End in the movie. Hide.
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