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OS 1810s Old Series (early edition)
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Map, uncoloured engraving, One inch map Old Series, sheet 10, Isle of Wight and part of Hampshire, scale 1 mile to 1 inch, published under direction of LtCol Mudge, by the Ordnance Survey, 1810.
Includes the whole of the Isle of Wight, and the coastal part of Hampshire, Lymington, Fareham, Gosport, Portsmouth, Havant, etc. To show the whole island the sheet does not 'fit' with other Hants sheets.
map feature:-  not coloured & sectioned for folding & meridian & scale line & coast form lines & rivers & woods & forests & parks & relief & hill hachuring & settlements & roads
inscription:-  printed -on- top ORDNANCE SURVEY OF THE ISLE OF WIGHT AND PART OF HAMPSHIRE
inscription:-  printed -on- bottom left -- Published 1st. June 1810, by Lt.Col. Mudge, Tower.
inscription:-  printed -on- bottom right Engraved at the Drawing Room in the Tower by Benj. Baker & Assistants. - The Writing by Ebenr. Bourne.
inscription:-  printed -on- bottom edge Meridian of Dunnose / Latitude 50[].37[].8[] / Longitude 1[].11[].36[] West -- with line her and at top edge
inscription:-  printed -on- top and left borders [Junction Line with finished Hampshire]
map type:-  HantsMap -- OS 1810s Old Series
dimension:-  scale = 1 to 63360 (nominal)

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reference:-  Harley, J B (intro) & O'Donoghue, Yolande (intro): 1981: Old Series Ordnance Survey Maps of England and Wales & South-central England: Margary, Harry (Lympne Castle, Kent): vol.3: ISBN 0 903541 03 3
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MN: 30.1.2004
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