Bon jour! Welcome, to Quebec! Are you seeking the Northern Passage? These two maps are beautiful pieces of work suitable for use as a poster map or a beautiful computer background.
Antique Maps XXVI - Quebec of the 1700s details the City of Quebec in the 1700's, as General Washington may have seen it. This set of two maps could have been found in any period military officers collection. One is a panoramic image of Quebec, which would be perfect as a player handout for this city, or your own fantasy city. The second, is a over head view of the city of Quebec. This will make an excellent map for describing the city. The text on the map is legible, if you zoom in.
Potential uses for this map include:
* Modern day treasure hunt for a lost payroll intended for the French Army!
* With a little image editing, it's a perfect map set for any fantasy city!
* Drop the plans for an invasion of Quebec by the Tories into your players laps!
And many more, limited only by your imagination!
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This map is being distributed in high quality JPEG format. Other image formats are available upon request, to purchasers of this map. Sorry, this map is NOT available in CC2 format.