BackBack
Homer, IL Historical Map - 1869

Note: The logo watermark in this image does NOT appear on your purchased print

Homer, IL Historical Map - 1869

$24.99 – $59.99

8"x10"8"x10"
12"x18"12"x18"
18"x24"18"x24"
24"x36"24"x36"
$24.99
Description

Historic Homer Landmarks On This Map

  • Seminary
  • T. W. & W. R. R. Depot
  • Methodist Church
  • Presbyterian Church
  • Christian Church

This is a high quality, digitally restored print of Homer, IL from the year 1869.

This historic print includes numerous well known Homer landmarks, and it's very accurate for 1869.

Our company has restored this historic Homer map by enhancing color as well as fixing stains, rips and creases. Select imperfections such as stamps and other markings with historical value have been left untouched, but can be cleaned up easily if you choose at no extra cost.

This vintage historic map of Homer, IL is for sale in different dimensions and is printed with advanced ink formulas on museum-quality, durable paper.

These look incredible in a frame, or hung as a poster.

Questions about this Homer, Illinois 1869 map?

  • Click the "message us" button to ask us about removing imperfections, further recoloring or including personalized margins to fit a particular frame size. We can do most of this for free.
  • Click the "message us" button to see if we have other maps of Homer available that are not yet listed on the website. (We have thousands of maps not yet on the site - just let us know your city, we probably have more available.)
  • For any other questions, please check out our FAQ.
    Shipping & Delivery
    Shipping Details

    All orders over $30 and shipped within the United States automatically receive FREE SHIPPING. Orders totaling less than $30 have a flat shipping fee of $7.95. Prints are shipped to your address via USPS first class mail, which can take 3-5 business days after your item is printed.

    From the time you order, you can expect your item to take 4 - 7 business days to arrive at your door.

    All prints are shipped a sturdy, cardboard tube (pictured below).