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Bartholomew’s Revised Half Inch to Mile Sheet 4 Ayr & Clydesdale

£9.99

Product description

For Motorists & Cyclists. Dissected and mounted on cloth, original price Four Shillings net – this gives a possible date of about 1920. Cyclists’ Touring Club logo at the base of the map - between c 1911 and 1928 an arrangement existed between Bartholomew and the Cyclists’ Touring Club for their members to send in any revisions they found to the maps. This was acknowledged by their logo appearing in the lower border of each map. Blue card covers with red titles on black background. The blue margins have faded. Some of the cloth edges have loose threads. Small owner name and address sticker on the front. Map is clean and bright with no tears.

Item details

Added value:
Scarce vintage map in good condition
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
76cm x 55cm
Edition:
c1920
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Bartholomew & Son

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For Motorists & Cyclists. Dissected and mounted on cloth, original price Four Shillings net – this gives a possible date of about 1920. Cyclists’ Touring Club logo at the base of the map - between c 1911 and 1928 an arrangement existed between Bartholomew and the Cyclists’ Touring Club for their members to send in any revisions they found to the maps. This was acknowledged by their logo appearing in the lower border of each map. Blue card covers with red titles on black background. The blue margins have faded. Some of the cloth edges have loose threads. Small owner name and address sticker on the front. Map is clean and bright with no tears.

Added value:
Scarce vintage map in good condition
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
76cm x 55cm
Edition:
c1920
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Bartholomew & Son

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