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£15 Hungary & Turkey by Hall 1826 Ref: a6007.13
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Size guide - reference image
18x24 cm

London, Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, Paternoster Row, 1826.
Sid.y Hall del. et sculp. 

Engraved by Sidney Hall (1788?-1831) and published in Samuel Butler's Atlas of Modern Geography by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green.
Sidney Hall was born in or about 1788 and his work as an engraver began about 1809 with a map of the Austrian Dominions for William Faden in 1809. He was in partnership with Michael Thomson (fl.1809-1815) in 1814. Hall was a pioneer in engraving on steel producing steel engraved maps from from 1821. He married Selina Price in 1821 and died early in 1831 aged forty-two. Selina carried on his engraving business signing her maps simply "S. Hall" which has caused some confusion in map bibliographies.

Showing Hungary Moldavia Walachia Bulgaria Bosnia Serbia Dalmatia Herzegovina Albania Rumelia Greece and Morea, now Hungary Slovakia Romania Moldova Slovenia Croatia Bosnai & Herzegiovina Serbia Montenegro Bulgaria Albania Macedonia and Greece.

Original hand colour, some offsetting.


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