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Original Colouring Print - Devonshire Map - Devon - Henry Cooper - Dictionary

Original Colouring Print - Devonshire Map - Devon - Henry Cooper - Dictionary

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This is an original finely engraved color map of the county of Devon, then known as Devonshire, created 
Henry Cooper, published in Benjamin Capper's Topographical Dictionary of England. Cooper was a well-known engraver of his time, and these small maps were probably also drawn by him from the folio maps of John Carey or Jones and Smith. The maps were reprinted several times until 1839.
This is a geographical map that shows Devonshire, one of the counties of England. Devonshire is located in the south west of the country and is a major tourist destination due to its natural beauty and historical sites. The map allows you to see cities, villages, rivers, mountains and other geographical features of the region. It can be useful for travelers, researchers and those interested in this region.
Henry Cooper was a renowned engraver who lived during the late 18th century and early 19th century. He was known for his exceptional skills in engraving various subjects, including portraits, landscapes, and historical events. Cooper was born in England and had a successful career as an engraver, producing works for prominent clients and organizations. His engravings were highly sought after for their intricate details and artistic quality. Today, many of his works can be found in museums and private collections, showcasing his significant contribution to the field of engraving.

Size: 8” x 5” inches / 21 cm x 14 cm   
Engraver: Henry Cooper
Date: 1839
Medium: Hand colored engraving
Place: England
*The Certificate of Authenticity is included.

Very good condition. Please check the condition of the image carefully and contact us if you have any questions. The reverse side is blank. This is an original print and not a modern reproduction. You can find many more vintage engravings and maps on the Dahlstromsfineart website.

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