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£75 Sweden & Norway by Rapkin. 1851 Ref: a6031.25
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24x35 cm

Drawn and engraved on steel by J. Rapkin, this series of finely engraved maps were first published in parts from the end of the 1840's and issued as a complete volume, The Illustrated Atlas in 1851. The work was re-issued a number of times until about 1865 and the maps were then used by Montgomery Martin, the author of the text in the Illustrated Atlas, in his British Colonies from 1854. The final appearance of the maps, with vignettes erased from the plate, was in geographical dictionaries and encyclopaedias until about 1880. 
Light stains at paper edges mostly outside printed area and still a very good example with good margins from the Illustrated Atlas of 1851 in original outline colour and without centrefold. Vignettes of Stockholm, Norwegian peasants, Norwegian Skate skate runners, Norwegian Lapladers, Iron Mine of Dannemora and Swedish peasants.


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