A Map of Rutlandshire from the best Authorities

John Cary (*1755 - 1835)
Old coloured map of Rutland, England. Printed in London by John Stockdale in 1805.

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Description

Antique map of Rutland by John Cary from John Stockdale's New British Atlas of 1805. The map was first published by Richard Gough in the 1789 edition of Camden's Britannia. Shows the county with important streets and cities. With a compass rose.

Details

CartographerJohn Cary
TitleA Map of Rutlandshire from the best Authorities
Publisher, YearJohn Stockdale, London, 1805
Plate Size42.3 x 47.0 cm (16.7 x 18.5 inches)
Sheet Size44.5 x 50.8 cm (17.5 x 20.0 inches)

Condition

Very good condition.

Cartographer

John Cary was an English map publisher and engraver, active in London between 1787 and 1834. His very clear and discreetly shaded maps appeared in the 1789 edition of Camden's Britannia by Richard Gough John Stockdale's New British Atlas of 1805.

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John Cary: A Map of Rutlandshire from the best Authorities.
Old coloured map of Rutland, England. Printed in London by John Stockdale in 1805.

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