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Early map of Lancashire
Early map of LancashireChristopher Saxton.
Lancastriæ Comitatus palatinus olim pars Brigantum.
London, 1637. 300 x 310mm. Coloured. A fine map of Lancashire, engraved by William Hole for William Camden's 'Britannia', 1607. It is decorated with an ornate title carttouche, a compass rose and pair of compasses.
The map is a reduced version of the first printed map of Lancashire, surveyed by Christopher Saxton and first published in 1577.



This is a genuine antique print, published at or about the date specified, but guaranteed over 370 years old.
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