A New Map of Staffordshire Divided into Hundreds John Cary 1806

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Date

Created November 1, 1806; Published 1809, London

Maker

John Cary (c. 1754 - 1835)

Short Title

A New Map of Staffordshire Divided into Hundreds Exhibiting Roads, Rivers, Parks &c by John Cary Engraver 1806

Full Title

A New Map of Staffordshire Divided into Hundreds Exhibiting Roads, Rivers, Parks &c by John Cary Engraver 1806 London. Published by J. Cary Engraver & Map-Seller No 181 Strand Nov. 1, 1806

Source

Cary's New English Atlas; being A Complete Set of County Maps, from actual surveys, corresponding in size with his general atlas. Printed for J Cary, Engraver and Map-Seller No 181, near Norfok Street, Strand 1809

Size

60 x 51.5 cm. approximately (23.62 x 20.78 in.)

Description

A copper engraved map, hand colored of the county of Staffordshire, England showing towns, roads, rivers and parks. The Atlas was issued in parts from 1801 - 1809 and brought together in the year 1809

References

Chubb, Thomas: "The Printed Maps in the Atlases of Great Britain and Ireland. A Bibliography, 1579 - 1870" Reference No. CCCXXXIII map 33 pp.247-248; Tooley's Dictionary of Mapmakers Revised Edition Vol. (A - D) p 239

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$105.00
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