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Victorian Map of the River Mole - Surrey

River Mole Surrey dated 1840
Leatherhead Bridge The Swallow Box Hill Bridge River Mole and Norbury Park Click to view larger details.

From Brayley's History of Surrey this rare map dated 1840 depicts the course of the River Mole in Surrey from Leatherhead to Betchworth Park. Drawn by J. R. Thompson and engraved by N. Whittock.

'COURSE OF THE RIVER MOLE. From Box Hill Bridge to Leatherhead shewing the situation of various apertures called Swallows'

Condition: Some age discolouration, folding copy, hand coloured, strengthened fold lines, repairs to left hand side and top left margin. Very Scarce.

Title: An antique map of the River Mole in Surrey - Ask about framing!
Medium: Hand coloured steel plate engraving. Image Size: 192 x 385mm, 7.5 x 15 " approx.
Order No. 2411 Price: SOLD Paper Size: 235 x 395mm, 9.25 x 15.5 " approx.
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