Cassini Old Series - Boston & Spalding (1824)
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2 cm to 1 km or 1¼ inches to 1 mile
Britain's 19th-century landscape re-projected and enlarged to match the present-day Ordnance Survey Landrangers
These maps are based on Britain's first national mapping project, Ordnance Survey's One-Inch ('Old Series') maps which were first published between 1805 and 1874. They have all been carefully scanned, digitally re-projected and enlarged to match the present-day Ordnance Survey Landranger series. By using the same sheet numbers and grid references these Cassini maps allow the reader a direct comparisons between the historical and contemporary map with ease and accuracy.
Key features include:
- Same map name and number as the equivalent Ordnance Survey Landranger
- Digitally enhanced cartography
- British National Grid for ease of reference
- Locator map featuring modern-day settlements
- Sheet indicator showing Old Series maps used
- Robust laminated cover with contemporary illustration
- A brief history and overview of Ordnance Survey's Old Series Edition mapping
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Free Standard UK Delivery
We offer free UK delivery via 2nd class Royal Mail service as standard on orders up to a value of £75 which usually takes working 2-4 working days for delivery. Orders in excess of this value will be upgraded free of charge to 24hr courier. Need it fast? we offer a selection of shipping upgrades at the checkout stage.
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We guarantee that if you change your mind for any reason within 14 days of purchase, you are free to return your item(s) to us for exchange or full refund
Beyond our 'No Questions Asked' period we will of course, happily accept items being returned as a result of damage or packing errors. In each of these cases we will provide you with a freepost address for the return of the item(s).