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Titolo: North East Huddersfield Map No. LXXXVII
Casa editrice: Colonel Colby, Great Britain:
Data di pubblicazione: 1840
Legatura: Soft Cover
Condizione libro: Very Good
Measures 44"/51" when opened out. Hand-coloured, dissected and mounted on linen, scale of one inch to a statute mile. The places in the four corners of the map are St. Johns (top left), Hemingborough (top right), Upper Elkstone in Derby (bottom left) and Winkbourne in Nottingham (bottom right). Engraved in the Tower of London at the Ordnance Map Office, the outline and hills by A Baker and I. D'Elboux; the writing by J A Harrison and E George. The map was originally made up of/folded/cut/into twelve sections, now it folds into 36 sections which have mounted green cloth at the front and back when folded, and a matching gilt decorated leather slipcase, measuring 11.25"/6". There is some foxing and thumbing to the map which has a piano-key border. The linin is stained and frayed at edges. the green cloth backing is starting to come unstuck and the slipcase is marked, split at corners and well rubbed, especially at edges. Size: 11"/6". Codice inventario libreria 035962
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