Early map of Yorkshire by William Kip from William Camden's Britannia; Sive Florentissimorum Regnorum, Angliae, Scotiae, Hiberniae, Et Insularum. The map is based on the surveys of Christopher Saxton and was first added to the Britannia in 1607. The maps of the 1607 edition have partially Latin text on verso, the 1610 edition lacks the text and the 1637 edition displays a plate number in the lower corner. With a beautiful title cartouche and two compass roses.
|Title||Eboracensis Comitatus pars Orientalis, vulgo East Riding|
|Publisher, Year||George Bishop, London, 1607 (1610)|
|Plate Size||19.3 x 24.4 cm (7.6 x 9.6 inches)|
|Sheet Size||28.6 x 33.0 cm (11.3 x 13.0 inches)|
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