A woodcut print map of the harbor at Sonderborg, Denmark showing the town hall, church, castle, hospital, windmills and more. It was executed by I. G. Fridrich, a noted mapmaker of the early 18th century. The original woodcut was probably done between 1720 and 1730. This is a reproduction from the 1950s.
The print area is 6.5 x 9.5 inches. It is signed on the original plate. The important buildings in the town are listed along the bottom of the print along with the corresponding letters on the map.
The frame is wood with gold leaf finish. It is 10 x 13 inches and the glass is actually plexiglass which is safer for shipping and also lighter weight than glass. The frame has a few nudges but nothing that detracts from the map.