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Oxford when Defended by Charles I after Antony Woods by J. Skelton

Oxford plan - WoodsOxford as Defended by Charles I in 1648
Oxford map dated 1817 by Skelton - Charles I defences
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Plan of the Lines Around Oxford when Defended by Charles I, after Antony Woods by J. Skelton, June 1st 1817. A 19th retrospective print of the original illustration by Antony Woods 'Ichnographia OXONIAE una cum Propugnaculis et Munimentis quibus cingebatia Anno 1648'. Various keys denoting the positions of monuments, buildings and University Colleges.

Depicting King Charles I defence of Oxford during the second English Civil War 1648-49.

Condition: Printed on india laid paper, later hand colouring, crease to top left.

Title: An antique map of Oxford
Medium: Hand coloured engraving. Image Size: 235 x 300mm, 9.25 x 12 " approx.
Order No. 2852 Price: £75.00 Paper Size: 320 x 400mm, 12.5 x 16 " approx.
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Early 19th century plan of Oxford when defended by Charles I

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