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The Tyne

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The Tyne : Bournville, The Cocoa de Luxe

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A stylised Cadburys / Bournville Ltd reward card depicting the River Tyne and the principal towns through which it flows from source through Wark, Hexham, Newcastle and Tynemouth. Included are artists impressions of the High Level Bridge, Newcastle, Tynemouth & Lighthouse, and the source of both the North and South Tyne. There is also a small inset map showing the position of the Tyne in England. Considerable detail appears on the back of the reward card giving facts about the river and it's geography. It also speaks about Newcastle and the history of its bridge, from the Emperor Hadrian to Robert Stephenson. A very attractive item of cartographic ephemera.
mapmaker: Bournville, The Cocoa de Luxe
medium and colour: Lithograph, Coloured
size in mm: 90 by 140mm (3.5 by 5.5 inches).
ref: 43493

Price: £ 60

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