Antique map of Berkshire by Reuben Ramble c. 1845
Back to: Berkshire
Title: Berkshire by Reuben Ramble
Description:, from Reuben Ramble's Travels circa 1845. Map originally engraved for Thomas Crabb in 1819 for publication in a set of cards. Republished in 1845 by Ramble, he added lithographed illustrations around the map featuring topograhical and genre representations ot the County - scarce.
Features: Maidenhead, Windsor, Reading, Newbury, Abingdon,
Condition: Good bold imprint, slight age discolouration, close left margin.
Image size: 160 x 195mm
6.25 x 7.75" approx.
Order No. 2848
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Decorative 19th century map of Berkshire County
A psuedonym for the Rev. Samuel Clark, Rector of Eaton-Bishop who published under the name Sam Clark. Produced his altlas 'Reuben Ramble's Travels' which was designed to appeal to children. Some of the additional lithographed illustration also appear in the 'The Child's Treasurey of Amusement and Knowledge; or, Reuben Rambles's Picture Lessons' (London Darton and Clark c. 1846)