1970 Two Hundred and Fifty Years of Map-Making in the County of Sussex: a Collection of Reproductions of Printed Maps Published Between the Years 1575 and 1825
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First Edition, Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding, Very Scarce
The very scarce first edition of this collection of facsimile plates of maps produced of Sussex between 1575 and 1825, edited by Harry Margary and with an introduction from R. A. Skelton.
Consisting of twenty-five plates of maps, the majority of which are double page. Collated, complete.
With examples of maps from cartographers including William Garnder, Herman Moll, Christopher Saxton and Richard Budgen, and with maps depicting locations including Chichester, Lewes, Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
With many of these maps reproduced in facsimile from works held in the Map Room of the British Museum.
An impressive and very scarce collection of facsimile plates of maps of Sussex produced between the late sixteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
In the publisher's original cloth binding, with paper title label to front board. Light rubbing to rear board, and a touch of shelf wear to back strip head and tail. Light spotting to title label. Internally, firmly bound. Pages generally clean and bright, with some spotting to first and last few leaves, and the odd spot to reverse of plates.
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