Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Maddelyn looks great I ordered this to hang in my home office, and it looks great - even better than online. Only thing was that when it originally arrived, the glass was broken. We called customer service and they had a new one sent right away. I received it 3 business days later. Couldn't be more pleased with this - I would definitely recommend. August 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nateg79 Absolutely Gorgeous! After ordering this framed piece of art three times from World Market only having it to arrive broken with shards of glass in the box, I can safely say that the Johnson's World Map is stunning. I give zero stars for delivery and handling since the picture was not packed good enough, but I will definitely give five stars for the quality and beauty of this picture. The map looks authentic for its time (circa 1860) and it is surrounded by a rich looking mahogany frame with matting in the inside. What is truly the best thing about Johnson's World Map is that it is a great conversation piece for friends and family who hang out in my living room. Well worth the investment! July 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dakotasky Just what I was looking for This picture is the perfect accent to our home office. The wood frame is rich in texture and color and the print is detailed. An excellent gender-neutral buy for an office space that is shared or a bit conservataive. The only con is that it doesn't come with a wire on the back for hanging. We had to take a wire from another picture and attach so that it would be more sturdy. May 8, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by jessicaleigh45 Plastic frame - Not worth the money Very disappointed in the quality of this item. While the piece itself is a nice size, and it looks ok from a distance, upon closer inspection the frame is actually plastic. I realized this as I was getting ready to mount it and was inspecting it closely - the joints of the frame didn't meet well and I noticed several white areas (where the wood colored paint either had chipped off, or just never was applied properly). For this amount of money I expected the frame to be wood. While it would look nice and no one else would be able to tell, I can't justify spending $140 + tax for a picture that I'm always going to think of as cheap and plastic. I'm returning this. May 29, 2013
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