Thoughtful Gifts for Curious People
A beautiful illustration of the world's chief mountains (from the point of view of Britain in 1850) by James Emslie, just one page of a partwork on science published in that year by James Reynolds of 174 The Strand, London. The most noticeable absence is of course Mount Everest - Kangchenjunga and Dhaulagiri were thought to be the worlds highest, until Everest ("peak B") was surveyed, making this diagram out of date only two years after it was printed.
White t-shirt, printed in colour.
Care: Machine wash cool. Tumble dry low. Do not iron text/images.