Map 1906/07 Ordnance Survey. Cardigan Island/Cemaes Head . Acid-free mounted, lined and backed.. Condition is good.
At a scale of 6″ to a mile the detail is splendid. An explorer’s ‘Eldorado’
This map is one of nearly 200 that I have. They were used by the Surveyor/Engineer of the time to plot the installation of the telgraph/telephone system in West Wales. There are the jottings and markings on the map associated with their work of that time.
Clearly printed map showing all farms, elevations, railways, churches, chapels, cotttages, woodlands, stream flow direction, fords, smithies, schools, county schools, flood liabilty, stepping stones, bridges, weirs, boundaries, springs, wells, saw mills, woollen factory, mine workings, ruins, quarries, vicarages, workhouses, mills. etc
What IS missing…..there are no conifer plantations!
Dimensions ready for framing: 550 x 400mm Mount border width 50mm Ready to frame.
The photographs show the actual 1906/07 map which comes to you in an acid free mount and back with one hand applied border line.
Price £28.00 Due to size and value I am only sending out by Hermes tracked courier and that adds a cost of £4.40
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