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Staffordshire : G.Cole / J.Roper

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This detailed map of Staffordshire is from "Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated". The map was drawn by G.Cole and engraved by John Roper for publication first in "The Beauties Of England And Wales", issued in parts, from c.1804. Such was the success of the publication that the maps were re-used in other publications, as here. The maps show accurate geographical detail, including the turnpike, mail coach and principal roads, sites of Roman and other historical remains, as well as the seats of the nobility and the gentry, and market towns with their distances from London. The maps also show the division of the counties into hundreds or wapontakes. They are representative of the functional nineteenth-century approach to cartography, yet are not unattractive.
region: Staffordshire
mapmakers: G.Cole   J.Roper  
place and date of publication: London 1810-1843
medium and colour: copperplate, Coloured
size in mm: 230 x 170
ref: 37177

Price: £ 60

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