London: Printed for C. Smith, 1827. VINTAGE MAP, seven miles to the inch, (48 X 53cm), being 12 segments backed onto linen, with details coloured in pink and green, and numbered references to Lathes and Hundreds. Folds into a contemporary green paper-coverd slipcase with a plain paper label (13 x 18cm). Some small red ink crosses made in places. Light spotting and browning; rubbing near cross marks. Heavy wear to slipcase. Good. Mapseller to the Prince of Wales from 1809, and producer of the first county maps showing longitudes based on the meridian at Greenwich Observatory, Charles Smith was an important and long-lived map maker, based on the Strand in London during the early part of the nineteenth century. Item #54549
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