19th century map of England by Mogg

19th century map of England by Mogg
Circa 1845

A large 19th century map on linen by Mogg 1845. Published Edward Mogg 14, Great Russell St. Covent Garden. Framed and glazed .
Mogg's new map of the most recent surveys and topographical works, of the latest and best authority. England and Wales, with a part of Scotland and Ireland are shown.
Framed and glazed measures 145cm x 116.5cm
This folding map is now unfolded, with 36 sections hand-coloured prints, all mounted onto linen.
I have kept the original slip case, which is now framed and mounted.
27cm x 23cm
The whole is now complete.
This map carefully delineated the direct and principal crossroads, rivers, navigable canals, cities, market, and Borough Towns along with principal villages, seats of the nobility, gentry &c.; Dated 1845


45.87 inches
57.09 inches
United Kingdom
Paper on linen

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