Thomson’s classic 1814 map of England and Wales
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Attractive map of England and Wales characterized by Thomson’s high level of detail, from his New General Atlas.
John Thomson (1777-1840) was a Scottish cartographer from Edinburgh celebrated for his 1817 New General Atlas, published by himself in Edinburgh, John Cumming in Dublin, and Baldwin, Cradock & Joy in London. Thomson maps are known for their lovely color and size, representing some of the finest cartographic art of the 19th century.
In good condition with several old repairs near the centerfold and margins.
Rumsey 1007.013. Phillips (Atlases) 731. Newberry Library: Ayer 135 T4 1817.