Cambridgeshire Published 1830
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE MAP OF CAMBRIDGESHIRE By Sidney Hall c1830.
From A Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain & Ireland by John Gorton 1833. Published by Chapman & Hall, No 186 Strand July 1830.
Sidney Hall (1788–1831) was a British engraver and cartographer well known and popular for his early nineteenth century atlases containing maps of the United Kingdom and of the ancient world reproduced from Hall's engravings. Hall made engravings for a number of international atlases at a time when cartography and atlases were very popular.
John Gorton was an English writer, known as a compiler of reference works. His works include:
A translation of Voltaire's Dictionnaire Philosophique, 1824; A General Biographical Dictionary, new edition, with a supplement by Cyrus Redding, bringing the work as far as 1850, in 4 vols.
Excellent clean condition with Later Hand Colour highlights the 'Reference to the Hundreds' within the county. Blank to verso. Folds as issued. Approx Sheet Size: 200mm X 250mm. Perfect for mount & framing.
A genuine antique map over 185 years old.