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Collection:
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
Author:
Kitchin, Thomas
Date:
1790
Short Title:
A new map of the Kingdom of France.
Publisher:
Robert Sayer
London
Type:
Atlas Map
Obj Height cm:
47
Obj Width cm:
58
Scale 1:
2,170,000
Note:
Engraved map in outline color. Shows roads with distances. Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridian: Ferro.
Reference:
P4300.
Country:
France
Subject:
Roads
Full Title:
A new map of the Kingdom of France divided into its governments, with all the post roads according to the latest description. Published by order of the Post-master General. London, printed for Robert Sayer, Fleet Street, (1790?)
List No:
0411.019
Page No:
14
Series No:
21
Publication Author:
Kitchin, Thomas
Pub Date:
1790
Pub Title:
A general atlas, describing the whole universe: being a complete collection of the most approved maps extant; corrected with the greatest care, and augmented from the latest discoveries. The whole being an improvement of the maps of D'Anville and Robert. Engraved in the best manner on sixty-two copper-plates, by Thomas Kitchin, Senior, and Others. London: printed For Robert Sayer, no. 53, Fleet-Street, (1790).
Pub Reference:
P4300.
Pub Note:
Late issue. Many of the maps are double sheet. This atlas was later expanded to become the New Universal Atlas (see David Rumsey Collection copy). Some of these maps also appeared in the American Atlas by Jefferys. There are actually 23 large maps, on 35 connected sheets, produced from 62 copper plates. Maps are hand painted with outline and full color and bound in half leather tan marbled paper covered boards with "General Atlas" stamped in gold on the spine. Inscription inside front cover in pen-and-ink: R. Sayer pub, 53 Fleet ... 8th, 1791 ...
Pub List No:
0411.000
Pub Type:
World Atlas
Pub Maps:
35
Pub Height cm:
55
Pub Width cm:
41
Image No:
0411019
Institution:
Rumsey Collection
Ownership Statement:
Copyright 2005
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