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See description of map HERE. 36''x56'' or 24"x36" Based on availability. We may have some 3rds for $8.50 each -  see BACKGROUND tab for details on what's wrong with the 3rds.

Frame shop special - 20 paper rolled maps 24''x36'' size - bulk packed $275 (price per map only $13.75)

School special - 20 paper folded maps 24''x36'' size - $199 (price per map only $9.95 each)


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What´s Up South defective 3rds, 20-packs of paper rolled or folded  

Special $8.50 clearance maps (3rds). Items are non-returnable & subject to availability. We have at least four or five in stock. If you want larger quantities, please call 800-736-1293 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 800-736-1293 FREE  end_of_the_skype_highlighting to ask how many we have. Maps have two or more of the following deficiencies: 1. Defects in lamination; 2. Earlier edition (we sometimes get returns from bookstores of maps that a few years out of date); 3. Printer's proofs - paper rolled maps which have the printer's color coding beyond the outside border, which will need trimming; 4. Creases or folds from poor handling; 5. Tears at the edge of the map; or 6. Demo maps that have clear tape on the edges of the map from where we've posted them on walls at workshops. You may get a paper map or a laminated one when you order. Only $8.50 
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The main map is a Van der Grinten projection, which is a fair compromise between preservation of actual shapes, with less distortion of relative sizes than the Mercator projection. Details show major cities, railways, rivers, peaks (with elevations in meters), and ocean depths (also shown in meters), and each nation is clearly distinguished with color tints. Mountainous regions are indicated with shaded relief. For the scale of the map, the size of the print is larger than most other world maps, a feature which makes the labels easier to read. Clocks across the top show the world's approximate time zones. Because it omits the Antarctic region, the map shows the Equator top of center. Whats Up? South! offers a startling way to view the world, and a great way to shake people up and help them question their assumptions. For more details on the What's Up? South! Map visit the link on our left-hand toolbar on the home page, What's Behind the Maps


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