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c. 8 x 10.3" map engraved by Sidney Hall with outline colouring, sectionalised and laid onto linen, contained in original c. 4.3 x 3.6" boards with gilt lettering. A nice copy with just a bit of offsetting which seems always to be the case with this series. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : Suffolk. Pocket County Map.
Éditeur : Chapman and Hall
Date d'édition : 1832
Description du livre Chapman and Hall, London, 1845. Green Boards. État : Very Good. First Edition. Map. 260mm x 210mm. Engraved by Sidney Hall with outline colouring, folding into 6 sections and laid onto linen. Original card cover and labels to front and inside. Undated, but thought to be circa 1845. Boards are somewhat worn and soiled. Map undamaged with some discolouration. Folded size - 110mm. x 95mm. [12673/462] Size: 110mm. x 95mm. N° de réf. du libraire 012673
Description du livre [1836?], London Chapman and Hall, 1836. État : A very good copy. c.21cm x 27cm, linen-backed, folding into portfolio with coloured outlining. Scale 1:450,000. N° de réf. du libraire 202890
Description du livre Pigot & Co., London/Manchester, 1839. Unbound. État : Fair. This is part of the Suffolk Directory section of one of Pigot's National Commercial Directories, or Gazetteer’s published between 1839 to 1842 at the latest. This item Includes the Map page + Distance table page + 24 pages. The coloured map titled "Suffolk" (with Turnpike Roads, Rail Roads i.e, Railway Line, Rivers, Canals & boundaries of counties, these are hand coloured), the distance page with vignette of Hadleigh Church to top, the rest (covering pages 411-434) is a history of Suffolk, then a list of market and fair towns, and a list of the population of each parish as was in 1831. Condition; No Binding, Contents Fair, some foxing throughout, pages loose, corner folding etc. Not dated, but has Published by Pigot & Co. London and Manchester printed below map so from net was able establish Pigot & Co printed various titles/ directories that varied fromNew Commercial Directory,National Commercial Directory, TheRoyal National and Commercial Directory and Topography, & The Pocket Topography and Gazetteer of England These were published from about 1839 to 1842. This map was used in 1842 and this same map could have been used in earlier editions. So this item was published between 1839 to 1842 at the latest date, (just can be seen is a pencil note to front 1839). This is one if not the earliest Suffolk map that show the Eastern Counties Railway line going right through the county. Infact it was not built, only in progress. Although it shows it going from the boarder near Manningtree, to Ipswich, then past Eye towards Norwich. Authorised by Parliament 1836, the railway opened in June 1839 to Romford, Essex, it was not extended to Colchester till 1843, Ipswich in 1846 and Norwich in 1849. Size: 12.5 x 19.5cm. Approx. N° de réf. du libraire 002033