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Thomson's Scottish Maps 1832

The Thomson Atlas of 1832 is regarded as a milestone in Scottish mapping and these maps are extremely interesting and full of detail. The two maps we have produced are: The Isle of Skye in 1824 and The Southern Portion of Ross (including inset of Isle of Lewis) in 1826.
TSM - Skye, Inner Hebrides -  The Island 1824
8.95
Full colour map of Skye 390cm X 580cm originally published by John Thomson in 1824 and included in his Atlas of Scotland in 1832.
Covers the whole of The Isle of Skye , the islands of Raasay, Rum, Canna and Eigg and the adjacent mainland including Applescross, Plockton, Kyle, Glenelg and Mallaig (spelt Malag)

MUST BE PURCHASED UNFOLDED 

TSM - The Southern Portion of Ross & Cromarty 1826
8.95
Full colour map of the Southern portion of Ross & Cromarty 390cm X 580cm originally published by John Thomson in 1826 and included in his Atlas of Scotland in 1832.
Extends south from Loch Torridon to the boundary of Ross & Cromarty and includes an inset of Lewis.

MUST BE PURCHASED UNFOLDED