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Item:123110627240Original 1905 11 inch x 8 3/4 inch antique engraved map of ANGEVIN EMPIRE, 1189 A.D. Cartographer John George Bartholomew (1860 – 1920). Bartholomew was a British cartographer and map and atlas publisher who improved the standards of British cartography and introduced into Great Britain the use of contours and systematic colour layering to show relief. He was the grandson of the founder of John Bartholomew and Son Ltd. From the ‘Historical and Modern Atlas of the British Empire’ by C. Grant Robertson & J.G. Bartholomew and published by Methuen & Co., 36, Essex Street, London, W.C.. Sir Charles Grant Robertson CVO (1869 – 1948) was a British academic historian. He was a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, and Vice-chancellor of the University of Birmingham. The map is in very good condition with another map printed on the reverse. The paper is thick, and the printing on the reverse does not show through to the front.Condition:The map is in very good condition with another map printed on the reverse. The paper is thick, and the printing on the reverse does not show through to the front, Type:Thematic Map, Date Range:1900-1909, Year:1905, Format:Sheet Map, Cartographer/Publisher:John Bartholomew, Original/Reproduction:Antique Original
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ANGEVIN EMPIRE, 1189 A.D. 1905 Robertson & Bartholomew ANTIQUE MAP