Attractive map with excellent original hand colour. Henry Teesdale who flourished between 1828-1843 acquired Robert Rowe's English Atlas and reissued it as his own with alterations as the New English Atlas. This atlas was printed on heavy paper with excellent original hand colour.This map is in excellent condition.
Ref: British Map Engravers, Worms & B-Williams P.654
code : M2551
Cartographer : CARY John
Date : 1830 London
Size : 35*42cms
availability : Available
Price : £45
John Cary (1755-1835) was a renowned and active map engraver and publisher, working between 1787 and 1834 in London. Cary’s publications did much to advance the quality and clarity of data presentation on maps. His county maps for Richard Gough’s edition of Camden’s Britannia in 1789 evidenced much improved hachuring (shading to show land relief and physical features) when compared with earlier examples – Cary’s hachuring was much less overbearing than that used by other mapmakers at this time and did not obscure map data.