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Lower Annandale engraved and published by William Blaeu Circa 1645
From Blaeu’s Atlas Novus published in various editions from 1635 – 1645 and celebrated as one of the finest examples of cartography from the period. An extraordinary total of some twenty thousand Scottish place names are featured within the various maps forming this collection. The maps were compiled from an original survey by one Timothy Pont in the late fifteenth century, subsequently revised by Robert Gordon..
- Stunning giclée fine art print on authentically aged heavy textured paper
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Available in two sizes: Large: 24″ x 31″ (61 x 78.7cms) Medium: 18″ x 24″ (45.5 x 61cms)