antique geological map England Wales R Murchison 1842 British geology art poster

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller victorianmaps (195) 100%, Location: Haslemere, Ships to: Americas, Europe, Asia, AU, Item: 222606906112 Geological map of England & Wales by Sir Roderick I. Murchison, 5th edition of 1864, first published in 1842 by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.Printed area (image as on the main picture) measures:Large poster 19.8x23.7 inch / 50.3x60.3 cm (approx. same sheet size)Roderick Impey Murchison, 1st Baronet (1792 – 1871) was an eminent Scottish geologist. Murchison was born at Tarradale House, Muir of Ord, Ross-shire, the son of Kenneth Murchison. His wealthy father died in 1796, when Roderick was 4 years old, and he was sent to Durham School 3 years later, and then the military college at Great Marlow to be trained for the army. After eight years of service Murchison left the army, and married Charlotte Hugonin (1788–1869), the only daughter of General Hugonin, of Nursted House, Hampshire. Murchison became fascinated by geology and joined the Geological Society of London, soon becoming one of its most active members. Murchison studied the geology of the south of England, devoting special attention to the rocks of the north-west of Sussex and the adjoining parts of Hampshire and Surrey, on which, aided by Fitton, he wrote his first scientific paper, read to the Geological Society of London in 1825. In 1846 he was knighted, and in the same year he presided over the meeting of the British Association at Southampton. During the later years of his life a large part of his time was devoted to the affairs of the Royal Geographical Society, of which he was in 1830 one of the founders and four times president. The crater Murchison on the Moon and at least fifteen geographical locations on Earth are named after him.This poster is a high quality "giclee" reproduction of the antique original, custom-printed on Standard Single-weight Matt Coated art paper 140gsm ( flexible option, easier to tack directly on a wall but could also be framed). We use the latest UltraChromeHDX pigment inks which guarantee 60 years of colour permanence (up to 200 years fade-proof for colour prints). If you are going to frame this print we recommend you to check our other listing for same print on Heavyweight Matt Coated art paper 230gsm (more of a thin card density) or superb Epson Matt Canvas 320gsm; both will make framing job easier. All our giclee prints are of same high quality.POSTER PRINT QUALITYPlease note that our reproduction posters are made to order and every print is checked before posting. The images we use in most cases are scans of the antique originals, professionally restored in order to remove the most evident stains, folds, tears and other damage. We strive to balance the restoration and saving the overall integrity and antique look of the original. There will be no watermark on your image but there might be a white border depending on aspect ratio of the original. Please note that when a large antique original is reduced to a smaller size print some text may not be readable. Please check our measurements: every poster has its own aspect ratio same as original and printed exactly as pictured.SAFE SHIPPINGPrints up to A4 are placed in transparent sleeve and posted in cardboard-backed envelope, unless posted together with a larger poster. All posters larger then A4 are rolled in transparent plastic or acid-free tissue paper and placed in heavy-duty postal tube for dispatch / delivery. We do not ship posters folded.It will be shipped by Royal Mail or Hermes and the shipping costs include delivery confirmation. The P&P includes postage and packaging, and the excess (i.e. A4 prints) will always be refunded. Shipping for multiple purchases will be combined wherever possible and if they made within 3 days, for each additional item postage is charged at £1.00. International buyers: please check the postage costs and allow extra time for overseas delivery; please be aware that the purchase price doesn't include any possible custom charges.REFUND GUARANTIEWe would like you to be satisfied with your purchase. If by any reason you are not happy with it, simply return it within 14 days for a full refund. A good feedback is not only appreciated but also indicates you have received the item safely. Thank you! Style: Antique / Victorian, Map Type: Geological map, Region: England & Wales, Map View: England, Continent: Europe, Original/Reproduction: Reproduction, Medium: Giclee, Subject: Maps, Surface: Paper, Format: Wall Map, Theme: Geology, Type: Thematic Map, Year: 1842, Era: 1800s

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