Steel engraving, original outline hand colouring. Overall size, hinged in off white fully conservation grade mount and back with decorative v groove : 41.1cms.x 37.6cms. Image size : 254mm.x 211mm. Centrefold as published. At bottom of map is a highly decorative Section of the Line A.B. featuring a chain of mountains, each named and with their heights marked. Classification of Places key bottom right). Very good condition apart from two stray marks bottom margin. John Crane Dower (1791? - 1847) engraver, draughtsman, publisher and printer. Engraved maps for the Greenwood brothers for Thomas Moule, Henry Teesdale and George Bradshaw. He left the business to his sons, John James Dower and Frederick James Dower and the former was also prolific in map production. (British Map Engravers Worms and Baynton-Williams)
|Map maker||Dower, John|
|Publisher||Orr and Co Amen Corner, Paternoster Row|
|Published at year||1835 circa|
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