John Bartholomew and Son Ltd. was a renowned Scottish map-making company, a family business that traced its roots back to the 19th century. The company was famous for its detailed and innovative cartography and played a significant role in the development of modern map-making techniques. They were particularly known for their detailed city plans, wall maps, and atlases and for pioneering the use of color contouring in topographical maps.

The Bartholomew firm’s work was highly respected for its accuracy, artistry, and craftsmanship, and the name Bartholomew became synonymous with high-quality maps not just in the United Kingdom but internationally. The company also produced a wide range of thematic maps, like the whiskey map of Scotland, which combined the firm’s cartographic skills with cultural and historical content.

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