Daniel Reeve's Map of Middle-earth is well known to fans of The Lord of the Rings.
The Shire, Rivendell, Lorien, Rohan, Fangorn, Gondor - they are all there, the familiar milestones along the Fellowship's journey to Mordor, exactly as seen in the films and in the DVD extras.
This map is a direct scan from the original map hand drawn by Daniel Reeve.
Printed right here in Middle-earth (New Zealand) on high quality parchment paper with die-cut deckled edges.
The map comes rolled in a sturdy tube to ensure it arrives in pristine condition.
Daniel Reeve is a freelance artist from New Zealand. He is most well known for the calligraphy and cartography on the film trilogy of The Lord of the Rings, but has also worked on Van Helsing, King Kong, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Dead Letters, The Warrior's Way, Underworld 3, Kingdom Come, Spartacus, Tintin and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
The only Tolkien Middle Earth map you need
Firstly, let's get this out of the way ... yes ... it... Read more.
Firstly, let's get this out of the way ... yes ... it really is parchment. It's not paper designed to look like parchment, it actually IS parchment.
This is a quality piece for anyone that's ever loved Tolkien for more than a single summer reading session.
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An Essential Map
This map is made from genuine parchment. If you have a love... Read more.
This map is made from genuine parchment. If you have a love for the lore of Middle Earth, then you really need to get this map. And it deserves to be framed. Mine's still in its dowel, waiting to be framed properly. It's worth it. Hide.
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