Attractive detailed and decorative early 17th Century map of Oxfordshire which was based on the first survey of the county by Christopher Saxton, engraved by William Hole and published in William Camden's Britannia* (London: 1607-1637).

Elaborately decorated county map includes the arms of James I, a decorative strap work tittle cartouche and fleur-de-lis adorned compass rose above a scale of miles.

Excellent hand colour

Very good condition

code : M4540

Cartographer : Hole William

Date : 1637 London

Size : 27.5*29 cms

availability : Available

Price : £295

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