By Carl Moreland, David Bannister
Appealing, evocative and traditionally major, previous maps are eternally interesting and keenly gathered. vintage Maps is greatly recognized as a typical reference paintings for amateur map creditors and specialists alike. It presents a historic historical past to the topic and recommendation on beginning a set. The important biographical part lists significant map makers among 1450 and 1850, with key dates and works.
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Even with every encouragement, a real survey by triangulation was not started until 1816 and took many years to complete. This time scale was not unusual and the following dates give some idea of the long periods involved before complete sets of maps were published: Denmark 17621834, Sweden 1758-1857, Norway i773-ci85o, the Austro-Hungarian Empire c. 1762-1860 and Switzerland i 832-1864. In the British Isles map makers were just as complaisant and only the lack of accurate maps to meet military requirements in Scotland following the 1745 Jacobite rising stimulated official action.
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DAWSON 1832 PIERRE CHASSEREAU 17 5 0-66 Plans of York Plans of the principal cities of the world 1833-50 Plans of the cities and boroughs of England and Wales Collection of the Plans of the most Capital Cities in every Empire JOHN ROCQUE 1746 1746 1750 1756 1764 An exact survey of the Cities of London and Westminster (scale 26 in. to i mile) Environs of London 1748, 1751 Re-issued Large-scale plan of Bristol Large-scale plan of Dublin A Collection of Plans of the Principal Cities of Great Britain and Ireland G.
Antique Maps by Carl Moreland, David Bannister