“IRELAND IN PROVINCES AND COUNTIES.” “COUNTY MAP OF SCOTLAND.” Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, Jr., c. 1867 - from the 1867 edition of Mitchell's New General Atlas, and dated in the lower margin. Engraved maps in excellent condition with original hand-coloring.(Image: 10 ½ x 13 ¼’’)
These detailed historical maps of Ireland and Scotland are presented on a single sheet within an elaborate border.
Ireland is depicted with the four Provinces named and delineated and counties named and in contrasting colors.
Scotland is shown with counties named and in contrasting pastel colors. The inset (upper left of Scotland) shows the “SHETLAND ISLANDS”.
Both maps show topographical features and major towns, cities, islands, water routes, and land routes are identified.