Texas 1841 by John Arrowsmith
This fascinating map published during the period of The Republic by the London firm of John Arrowsmith is quite literaly covered with hand written notes (see detail link below) by an Englishman named Wm. Bollaert who had come to Texas at the behest of his friend William Kennedy who was subsequently appointed British consul at Galveston. Mr. Bollaert was commissioned to write a report for the British Admiralty and hoped to someday write a commercial book (he never did) about his travels in Texas. You can learn more about Mr. Bollaert at the Handbook of Texas Online. This beautiful reproduction is printed on heavy, acid-free stock and is excellent for framing.