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Map of the Warwickshire by Thomas Moule. Illustrated. Circa. 1852.

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Map of the Warwickshire by Thomas Moule. Illustrated. Circa. 1852.

$19.99

Title: Warwickshire.

Cartographer: Thomas Moule.
Engraver: Unknown.
Source: Barclays Universal English Dictionary.
Publisher: George Virtue, London.
Date: Circa. 1852.
Size: Approx. 8 1/8 x 10 5/8 inches.

Description: Original antique steel-plate engraved map of Warwickshire by the English map-maker Thomas Moule. The county returns 4 members. The scale is in miles. The railway stations are marked. There are four main illustrations of the bust of William Shakespeare, Warwick Castle and Kenilworth Castle and a elegant seated young bare footed lady. Seven coats of arms.

Thomas Moule (1784 – January 1851) was an English antiquarian, writer on heraldry, and map-maker. He is best known for his popular and highly decorated county maps of England, steel-engraved and first published separately between 1830 and 1832 then later reprinted in the Barclays Dictionary in 1842, 1852 and 1860.

Condition: Good –
Some browning and foxing. Fold. Left margin slightly cropped.

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Title: Warwickshire.

Cartographer: Thomas Moule.
Engraver: Unknown.
Source: Barclays Universal English Dictionary.
Publisher: George Virtue, London.
Date: Circa. 1852.
Size: Approx. 8 1/8 x 10 5/8 inches.

Description: Original antique steel-plate engraved map of Warwickshire by the English map-maker Thomas Moule. The county returns 4 members. The scale is in miles. The railway stations are marked. There are four main illustrations of the bust of William Shakespeare, Warwick Castle and Kenilworth Castle and a elegant seated young bare footed lady. Seven coats of arms.

Thomas Moule (1784 – January 1851) was an English antiquarian, writer on heraldry, and map-maker. He is best known for his popular and highly decorated county maps of England, steel-engraved and first published separately between 1830 and 1832 then later reprinted in the Barclays Dictionary in 1842, 1852 and 1860.

Condition: Good –
Some browning and foxing. Fold. Left margin slightly cropped.

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