Bartholomew's miscellany

The Imperial map of England and Wales according to the Ordnance Survey, with the latest additions; shewing clearly every feature of the country, railways and their stations, roads, canals, rivers, gentlemen's seats, etc. etc. On the scale of 4 mile to an inch, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.
Published by A. Fullerton & Co., London and Edinburgh.
First published 1868.

Black and white with colour-washed county boundaries, issued in 16 sections, but designed to be mounted as a single map. Dissected in plain covers, folding to 7.25" wide by 11" tall. Overall in good clean condition, some sections are ever so slightly dusty, as are some covers, but a nice bright set of maps.
Sheets 1-15 with sheet 16 issued as three sheets. Sad original slip case.

Useful for late nineteenth century landscape and transport studies.
Sorry, these have been sold.