Archer, James, approximately 1632-approximately 1680, Plan of the town of Hull and its immediate surroundings, ca. 1680
Plan of the town of Hull and its immediate surroundings.
- ca. 1680.
- Physical Description:
- 1 map : pen and ink and watercolor ; 67 x 94 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsFolio D no. 1 In Process (Cabinet Q)Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon CollectionView by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Maps & Atlases (manuscript)
- Provenance: From the collection of George Legge, first Baron Dartmouth, 1648-1691 (see Sotheby's sale, March 8-10, 1948). Baron Dartmouth was Master-General of the Ordnance to Charles II and James II. His collection of maps was partly abstracted from Royal map collections, an arrangement described by Pepys in Bodleian Library MS Rawl. A. 171, 17r-20v. See also Skelton and Wallis. The map is numbered "vi.39" in graphite.
Mounted on cloth.
Skelton, R. "The Royal map collections of England." In Imago mundi, vol. 13 (1956), p. 181-183
Wallis, H. "The Royal map collections of England." In Revista da Universidade de Coimbra, vol. XXVIII (1980), p. 466-467
- Subject Terms:
- Fortification -- Great Britain.Great Britain -- Defenses.Great Britain -- History, Military -- 1603-1714.Hull (England) -- Buildings, structures, etc.Hull (England) -- Maps.
- Maps -- England -- Hull
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