A fine reproduction map of SCOTLAND.
A decorative and detailed mid-19th-century map of Scotland which was drawn and engraved by J. Rapkin (vignettes by N. Whittock and J. Rogers) and published in John Tallis & co.’s The Illustrated Atlas (London & New York: c.1851). Illustrated are views of Edinburgh, Brig of Doon and Burn’s Monument, Scott’s Monument, Holyrood House, hunters stalking deer, and Scots in national costume playing shinty.
CARTOGRAPHER: JOHN TALLIS
- Our products are beautifully handmade, linen-backed reproductions of rare vintage maps and illustrations, which are folded in order to fit into a marbled slipcase.
- Our maps and illustrations are printed on archival matte paper by using pigmented ink to ensure longevity.
- Please note that actual colours may vary due to monitor settings.
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