A Map of England & Wales Divided Into Counties Parliamentary Divisions & Dioceses Shewing The Principal Roads Railways Rivers & Canals and The Seats of the Nobility and Gentry with the Distance of Each Town from the General Post Office, London.

Creighton, R [illus.]; Dower J [illus.]

Edité par S Lewis & Co, London, 1839
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Titre : A Map of England & Wales Divided Into ...

Éditeur : S Lewis & Co, London

Date d'édition : 1839

Edition : [First Edition].

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4 divisions. Hand coloured Map divided into 4 separate divisions. The NW division contains a view of the General Post Office, London, drawn by T. Allom. '. Reduced from the Survey Made Under the Honorable Board of Ordnance to a Scale of Five Miles to an Inch and Corrected to the Present Time.' The linen backed hand coloured folding Map comprises 4 separate divisions- NE, NW, SE, SW. each of which measures 96mm x 90mm. Each map has 35 compartments. Cover rubbed. Maps in G+ condition. Some slight staining on margins of the SE division with no impact on map Leather/gilt covers containing linen backed folding maps. N° de réf. du libraire e5211

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