Plan of the Temple Jerusalem Architectural Print | 1902
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Here we have a rare wall size architectural print of the Plan of the Temple in Jerusalem. The image is printed on a textile fiber cloth in 1902 by E.D. Fisher in Rock Island, Illinois. This thing is massive. 39" x 35". It's almost a life size representation of the actual temple. It looks phenomenal, and it makes a statement with a capital "S." You got the Court of the Gentiles, Solomon's porch, and Royal porch. And that's just the start of it.
Imagine this fully displayed on your entry wall. It'll take up the entire wall, and people will stop, stare, and analyze. So good.
I looked all over and I can't find another copy of this beauty. E.D Fisher was a publisher of books and related materials in the early 1900s. The rare print was found in an old estate in southern Minnesota. The piece was stored folded for decades. Now it's time for you to iron out those folds and bring it back to its full glory.
The wall size print measures 39" tall by 35" wide. As stated above, there are folds from storage throughout. Some of the folds have discoloration. There are folds along the edges as well. The piece is sold AS IS. Please see all pics as they are part of the description.
I ship FedEx to street addresses in the continental USA only (no PO Boxes please). The print will be shipped folded in the same manner as its previous storage. Free shipping on the rare wall hanging.
If you're looking for a small, quaint religious item to hang on your wall, better look somewhere else. Go big or go home.