Saturday, June 23, 2012

Old school maps

We have been slow in finding appropriate art for our living room.  Finally, we've found something.  These are old (1959 for Spain and 1962 for Latin America) maps that used to hang in a public school classroom.


British and Dutch Guyanas before independence.

Diplomatic to call it "Malvinas or Falkland".  However, the islands are the same color as Argentina.

British Honduras aka Belize.

Now, for the other wall, we're looking for an old world map with the U.S.S.R. and East Germany.

2 comments:

Viva Chile! said...

Where were they made? Why are them in Spanish?

Maxichamp said...

@Viva: I do not know where they were made, but they were used in Spanish class at a local American public school.