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Antique Map of Hampshire by James Duncan

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Early 19th century map of the county of Hampshire divided into hundreds. Decorative title cartouche. Published in London by J. Duncan of Paternoster Row.

Condition: Good paper and imprint, later hand colouring, folding copy.

Title: An antique map of Hampshire
Medium: Hand coloured engraving. Image Size: 440 x 343mm, 17.25 x 13.5 " approx.
Order No. 2564 Price: SOLD Paper Size: 484 x 390 mm, 19 x 15.5 " approx.
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Biography:

James Duncan

A publisher of Paternoster Row, London. It is thought that he might have issued The Scotch Itinerary of 1805. A New Atlas of England and Wales (folio, 44 maps) appeared in 1833. However, some maps were prepared by William Ebden in 1825. Henry George Collins acquired Duncan's plates in c.1850 and re-issued them in the New British Atlas c. 1853.


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