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Product Description

SANDWICH

by Robert Kearsley Dawson

Published 1832

An original 19th century antique plan of Sandwich, Kent, England.

Drawn up by Lieutenant R.K. Dawson of the Royal Engineers and published by the Boundaries Commission in 1832.

The whole country was surveyed for the commission to support the 1832 reform bill - a major shake-up of the nation's parliamentary representation.

The map is on a scale of 4 inches to the mile.

There is much detail here including individual buildings, and it's interesting to compare the 19th century town with the much expanded Sandwich of the present day.

Enhanced with original outline hand colouring and a colour key to the various boundaries.

Fine, clean condition other than a very faint horizontal crease, free of repairs or restoration, blank verso.

Approx. 13.5" x 8.5" (340mm x 210mm) printed area only within the plate mark. (as depicted), with good margins beyond.

A GENUINE ORIGINAL ANTIQUE MAP GUARANTEED OVER 180 YEARS OLD FROM LINDISFARNE PRINTS

NFQ819

Specifications

Brand
Lindisfarne prints
Condition
Used

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