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18th Century Map of Oxfordshire


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18th century map of the Oxfordshire
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Oxfordshire Drawn from a Survey and Regulated by Astron'l Observat'ns by T. Kitchin Geogr'r.

Decorative title cartouche, features: Oxford, Henley, Watlington, Burford, Woodstock, Bicester, Doddington, Bampton, Banbury, Chipping Norton.

Condition: Good imprint, generous margins, later hand colouring.

Title: An antique map the Oxfordshire
Medium: Copperplate engraving. Image Size: 205 x 170mm, 8 x 6.75 " approx.
Order No. 2835 Price: £75.00 Paper Size: 370 x 230mm, 14.5 x 9" approx.
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Thomas Kitchin 1718-84

Working from premises at The Star in London's Holborn as an engraver and publisher, Kitchin produced a very wide range of books on many subjects as well as topographical work. For many years he worked alongside Emanuel Bowen and Thomas Jefferys. He also published his own works for magazines and books on history and the antiquities.

Atlases by Thomas Kitchin include:
Maps for the London Magazine 1747- 60.
Small English Atlas (Jefferys) 1749 -1787.
Large English Atlas (Bowen) 1755-1787.
The Royal English Atlas 1762-1828.
England Illustrated 1764.
A General Atlas (Sayer and Bennett, Laurie and Whittle) 1768 - 1810 .
Kitchin's Pocket Atlas 1769.
Kitchin's English Atlas 1770.
Antiquities of England and Wales (Henry Boswell) 1786.
A New Universal Atlas (Laurie and Whittle) 1789 - 1799

Other maps by Thomas Kitchin here

Eighteenth century map of the Oxfordshire by Thomas Kitchin.

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