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"University and Town of Cambridge, England by Thomas Moule"

These maps were published in the early years of Queen Victoria's reign. Choose from 1837 map with part hand-coloring or 1840 map with full hand-coloring.

Originally engraved by J.Dower and published in Thomas Moule's "The English Counties In The Nineteenth Century".

This listing is for a very detailed high quality and high resolution reprint, suitable for framing, taken from a scan of the original steel engraved map. A very decorative plan of the city, incorporating a view of Trinity College and numerous coats of arms of the colleges.

Maps by Thomas Moule (1784-1851) are some of the best known English county maps. Issued from 1830 onwards the maps combine his trademark cartographic style with immense detail. Vignette views, scenes and portraits relating to the county are often included on the map.

Some defects present on the original, such as marks, creases or folds, may still be visible. This is public domain material that was never copyrighted.

It measures approx. 10 x 8 ins.

The print is sent airmail.

YOU ARE BUYING 1 MAP REPRINT - EITHER 1837 OR 1840. If you want both maps, please order Quantity 2, and add a note in the shopping cart.

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Cambridge, England. Antique map of town and university by Thomas Moule. Choice of 1837 or 1840 editions. PRINT

$8.95 USD
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