Long title:Hamshire olim pars belgarum. Norden not Saxton was used as the source for this map. Copper engraving with later hand colouring.Blank verso and number 7 engraved bottom left. Overall size : 42.2cms x 33.3cms ; Plate size : 317mm x 288mm. A list of market towns and hundreds on the left hand side all in cartouche. Compass rose above scale of distance, sailing ship and sea monster ; the wealth of detailed depiction of towns, churches and rivers make this one of the most attractive maps in the series. Watermarked paper. Centrefold as issued. Archivally repaired wormtrail at top of centrefold, now virtually invisible, little browning and odd mark to margins else excellent condition of stunning map. These maps are the first county maps where each county is delineated on a separate sheet. They were prepared by William Kip and William Hole for William Camden's famous work , Britannia and were based on the maps of Saxton and Norden and the Anonymous William Smith series. There were three editions: 1607, 1610 and 1637. See Skelton, County Atlases Of The British Isles 6.
|Map maker||Hole,William, Norden, John|
|Published at year||1637|
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