A New Map of the County of Rutland divided into Hundreds

Charles Smith (*1768 - 1854)
Old coloured map of Rutland, England. Printed in London in the year 1808.

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Description

Antique map of Rutland by Charles Smith from 1808. First published in 1804. Showing the county with important streets and cities. With a compass rose.

Details

CartographerCharles Smith
TitleA New Map of the County of Rutland divided into Hundreds
Publisher, YearLondon, 1808
Plate Size43.7 x 49.2 cm (17.2 x 19.4 inches)
Sheet Size54.3 x 62.0 cm (21.4 x 24.4 inches)

Condition

Very good condition.

Cartographer

Charles Smith was an English publisher, printer and engraver at the beginning of the 19th century. He was active in London and mainly dealt in country maps of England. After his death, his son William continued the business.

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Charles Smith: A New Map of the County of Rutland divided into Hundreds.
Old coloured map of Rutland, England. Printed in London in the year 1808.

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