Map Of The County Of Buckingham, From An Actual Survey ...
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A finely engraved and very detailed map by Christopher and John Greenwood. Immensely detailed with attractive vignettes of major buildings in the county town, this map is from a series which marked a new standard in British mapmaking. Coinciding with the advent of the Ordnance Survey, this series defines the new approach to cartography as a precise science but still retains the charm of the late Georgian period. Christopher and John Greenwood were one of the last private firms to undertake the large-scale mapping of England and Wales, producing many fine multi-sheet county maps from their own survey work as well as these attractive atlas maps. The atlas maps are most frequently found in attractive, full-wash colour across the body of the map, and are distinguished by their precise detail, finely scrolled lettering and vignette views of notable buildings within each county.
mapmaker: C. & J. Greenwood
place and date of publication: London 1834-
medium and colour: steel plate, Original colourref: 24465
size in mm: 575 by 675mm (22.75 by 26.5 inches).
Price: £ 260
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