4 edition of Bartholomew half inch map series found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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From 1888, John George was in partnership with Thomas Nelson, until the latter died in 1892, and from 1893 until 1919 his cousin Andrew G. From 1946 onwards the date of printing was normally shown at the bottom of the map.
All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Bartholomew produced well-loved maps for every occasion, and in the process changed the face of Scottish mapmaking forever. "The Edinburgh Geographical Institute" on some maps.
Geographic coverage complete in 62 sheets. Ordnance Survey: The date we include in the title is usually the last revision date of the specific example being sold. Ministry of Transport road numberings start to appear in 1922 eg A314and by 1929 that fact gets mentioned on the back cover.
Click North Devon or South Devon to go directly to examples of different states. Associated mainly with recreation, these maps were popular and influential. Many volumes were promised but it may turn out that more were intended than saw publication.
At the age of 13 he started an apprenticeship with Daniel Lizars in Edinburgh.
at the National Library of Scotland has more details about the history of the firm and family, the contents of and access to the Archive, and selected publications.
The reference to the Cyclists' Touring Club has gone, including the roundel.