London, South Kensington
30 November 2001
STACKHOUSE, Thomas (1677-1752). An Universal Atlas consisting of a complete Set of Maps, peculiarly adapted to illustrate and explain ancient and modern geography, London: for Mrs Stackhouse, and sold by T. Longman [and others], 1790.
2° (511 x 412mm.), 40 hand-coloured engraved maps by S. J. Neele (title and dedication detached, title and final map with crease, dedication with shorter margins, adhesive marks to inner gutter and image of map no. 12, occasional light soiling, mainly marginal), contemporary half calf (worn, rebacked).
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