Original engraved map of Yorkshire published in 1833. Hand coloured.

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Seller: london-maritime (869) 100%, Location: Dartford, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 264422166371 Description: Early steel engraving of Yorkshire from 'A Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland, compiled from local information, and the most recent and official authorities' by John Gorton. Engraved by Sidney Hall. Date/ age of item: 1833. Size: Size of engraved area 240mm x 190mm. Condition: The map, which has later hand colouring, is in good condition. Sold with an ivory mount and cellophane wrapped ready for framing or resale. Folds as issued. Combined Postage: We only charge postage on one item, this being either the largest or heaviest and on the understanding that all items are sent as one lot. This only applies to pictures that come unmounted. Where mounts are included within the picture price additional charges would need to be added for four or more lots in one transaction.Shipping: UK items are sent by Royal Mail Recorded delivery, second class, non-UK shipping is by either International Signed For delivery, International Tracked delivery or International Tracked and Signed For delivery depending on the country being shipped too. Royal Mail rules not ours.Combined Postage: Collection only.Payment: Sadly, because of the number of non-payers on Ebay, if payment is not made within seven days we will re-list the item and claim our selling fees back. County: Yorkshire, Cartographer/Publisher: Sidney Hall, Printing Technique: Steel engraved, Original/Reproduction: Antique Original, Type: County Map, Year: 1833, Date Range: 1800-1899, Country/Region: England

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