A New Map of Kent Divided into Lathes and subdivided into Hundreds, Exhibiting Its Roads, Parks, etc
A New Map of Kent Divided into Lathes and subdivided into Hundreds, Exhibiting Its Roads, Parks, etc by John Cary, Engraver. 1811. Scale 1: 221,760 (1 inch=3.5 miles). Map area 48 x 54cm (18.75 x 21.25 in) within page 54 x 64.5cm (21.25 x25.25 in). Watermark HS 1809. Landscape format, centre-fold with guard removed. Slight browning along fold and neatly repaired minor tear a base of fold. Clear plate mark but very close to bottom of page. Hand-coloured outlines to boundaries. Very slight general soiling from handling, in good condition.
About John Cary's County Maps
John Cary published this set of non-geological County maps from 1809 to 1818. They were used by William Smith as the basemaps for his uncompleted County Geological Atlas.