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BEDFORDSHIRE.

BEDFORDSHIRE.

BEDFORDSHIRE.

BEDFORDSHIRE.

by MORDEN, Robert, fl. 1668-1703

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About This Item

Magna Britannia Et Hibernia Antiqua & Nova., 1720. Attractive map of Bedfordshire. List of the hundreds at lower right hand corner. Title in decorative cartouche. Morden's maps for Camden's Britannia were a landmark in British mapmaking. In response to public demand, the smaller Morden atlas, The Magna Britannia was published in 1702. These small Morden maps are now much harder to find than the larger, better known maps upon which they are based. Copper engraving. Later colour. Very good condition, with wide margins. Very light off setting on one margin. Size: 15.5 x 20.5 cm. (6 x 8 inches). Smith: Antique Maps of the British Isles, 81.

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Bookseller
Peter Harrington GB (GB)
Bookseller's Inventory #
54446
Title
BEDFORDSHIRE.
Author
MORDEN, Robert, fl. 1668-1703
Book Condition
Used
Place of Publication
Magna Britannia Et Hibernia Antiqua & Nova.
Date Published
1720

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Since its establishment, Peter Harrington has specialised in sourcing, selling and buying the finest quality original first editions, signed, rare and antiquarian books, fine bindings and library sets. Peter Harrington first began selling rare books from the Chelsea Antiques Market on London's King's Road. For the past twenty years the business has been run by Pom Harrington, Peter's son.

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