Condition report: Good condition, some age toning as is to be expected, one or two faint age spots (see plate 60 strip 2). Overall, this is a very nice example. See photographs. Plate 59 - Ludlow, Shrewsbury, Whitchurch, Chester.
It was an invaluable ‘pocket-sized’ resource for the 18. Condition report: Very good condition, printed both sides; light toning (darker age toning in margins); old binding holes still visible at the very edge of the sheet, well away from the printed area.
Thirty three of these maps were reprinted in "England Displayed." in 1769. A lovely old map on hand laid paper of the county of Herefordshire in the latter half of the 18th century. A fine, detailed, copper engraved antique map of.
He was apprenticed to Emanuel Bowen in 1732 and later collaborated with him on "The Large English Atlas" (1755), which included all the counties in England and Whales. Because of his skills as an engraver, Kitchin often partnered with other prominent mapmakers of his time; in 1749, he worked with Thomas Jefferys on "The Small English Atlas," and he engraved John Mitchell’s famous map of the United States – known as the "Mitchell Map" – in 1755.
Copper engraved map by Emmanuel Bowen with descriptive text by John Owen. A Map of Herefordshire. Small County Map. Published by Thomas Bowles, London 1720 - 1764 Ca. Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated.
HERTFORDSHIRE DRAWN FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES - THOMAS KITCHIN. Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated.
Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated. Copper engraved map. There is text below the map as shown continued overleaf.
HEREFORD SHIRE. Single sided, ie there is nothing on the reverse side. JOHN ROCQUE. Copper engraved map. Folded map. OVER 250 YEARS OLD. Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated.
A fine copper engraved county map of Herefordshire by John Lodge. 13" x 10.5" (335mm x 260mm) map area only with margins beyond. by John Lodge. A Map of. Fine condition other than some repaired splits to the original centre fold.
HEREFORDSHIRE COUNTY MAP PUBLISHED BY JOHN CARY. GENUINE ANTIQUE MAP, ISSUED IN 1787, WITH ORIGINAL HAND COLOURING. Printed area 21 x 27 cm. Each map supplied with a separate sheet describing the county and its industry, farming, gentry and environment, together with a list of the country seats and "The most remarkable Places for extensive Prospects, etc." Margins a little dusty.
An original antique, copper-plate engraved county map of Herefordshire, published in the 1724 edition of Owen & Bowen's 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd'. Side 1 - County map of Herefordshire. Condition report: Excellent condition.
[Published in London, circa 1780]. An attractive copper engraved antique county map of Herefordshire published in circa 1780 for Francis Grose's "The Antiquities of England & Wales". Interesting topographical and historical text appears beneath the map and is continued on the verso.
A fine county map of Herefordshire with attractive original hand colouring. Features a scale of statute miles, and the title is displayed within a compass rose. Dated (1787) and credited to Cary in the plate.