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Gazetteer Map of New South Wales.
Gazetteer Map of New South Wales.
Photo-lithographed at the Surveyor General's Office, Melbourne by J. Noone, March 1st, 1866, from the original map by permission of W.R. Davidson Esq:re Surveyor General New South Wales.
Photo-lithographic map with hand colour. Two sheets conjoined, total 790 x 960mm (31 x 37¾"). Some damage, some repairs.
A large map of New South Wales, copied from the map by Walker Rannie Davidson (1808-76), Surveyor General of New South Wales. It shows roads, towns, colony and county boundaries, names of police districts, pastoral districts, counties, railways, telegraph lines and stations. It was published in 'Bailliere's New South Wales gazetteer and road guide : containing the most recent and accurate information as to every place in the colony'. This map is essentially an early 'photocopy'. Printed on low quality paper, examples are rarely found in good condition.
National Library of Australia 3550881.
[Ref: 58012]   £450.00  
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