Kent Divided Into Its Lathes..
A fine example in very attractive colour.
SMALLEST OF BOWEN AND KITCHIN'S KENT 1767
[Thomas Kitchin in Atlas Anglicanus],
And subdivided into hundreds; exhibiting the cities, borough and market towns with concise historical extracts, relating to trade and manufacturers. describing also the church livings with improvements not inserted in any other set of half sheet county maps extant.
Hand-coloured copper engraving. 9 x 12.5 inches.
Atlas Anglicanus was first published in 1767 by Thomas Kitchin issuing the Bowens' large maps on a reduced scale making them more easily affordable. Such was its popularity that a second edition was issued in 1777.
[Stock No. 17976]