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Early Georgian miniature map of North & East Yorkshire
Early Georgian miniature map of North & East YorkshireOwen & Bowen.
The North & East riding of York Shire.
London, Thomas Bowles & Emanuel Bowen, 1720. 185 x 125mm. Coloured. Miniature map of the county from the first issue of 'Britannia Depicta', within a decorative border with a short descriptive text. On verso is a road map showing Northampton, Rugby & Coventry.

Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Impov’d Being a Correct Coppy of Mr. Ogilby’s Actual Survey' was the first real travelling atlas, with the unwieldy folio volume of John Ogilby's road atlas reduced to a more manageable pocket size, with small but detailed county maps added. The maps were compiled and updated by John Owen and engraved by Emanuel Bowen. Hugely popular, the atlas was reissued for nearly fifty years.


This is a genuine antique print, published at or about the date specified, but guaranteed over 250 years old.
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