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Great Britain: old map prints, fine replica pictures to download or use in the field with GPS

With the Treaty of Union ratified in 1707 the sovereign kingdom of Great Britain came into existence. It united the kingdoms of Scotland and England encompassing the whole of Great Britain and excluding the kingdom of Ireland. Vintage maps of the United Kingdom collected here display the state during the age of its maximum acres in Europe. Great Britain is basically an island in the North Atlantic northern west coast of Continental Europe, the largest one in Europe and the ninth largest in the world. Most of Scotland, Wales and England along with their capitals are on the island itself. The island is separated from the mainland by the English Channel at the Straits of Dover and by the North Sea. The island of Great Britain is separated from the island of Ireland by the Irish Sea, Celtic Sea, the North Channel and the St. George’s Channel. Great Britain has an approximate area of 209,300 square kilometers. The topography is characterized by lowlands in the south and east and hilly mountains in the north and the west. Great Britain is known for its great history, architecture, expansion and environment. It experiences a temperate climate with great variation throughout as a result of altitude, location and distance from the coast

Edinburgh city map, central part, 1908
29.46 x 13.22 inch, 749 x 336 mm
England and Wales map, 1906
15.35 x 15.87 inch, 390 x 404 mm
England and Wales map, 1909
14.98 x 15.77 inch, 381 x 401 mm
Exeter city map, 1906
4.09 x 6.12 inch, 104 x 156 mm
Glasgow city map, 1906
8.19 x 6.08 inch, 208 x 155 mm
Glasgow city map, 1908
16.41 x 15.87 inch, 417 x 404 mm
Great Britain and Ireland Map (in Russian), 1910
17.17 x 22.41 inch, 437 x 570 mm
Greater London (Environs of London), 1906
14.52 x 9.72 inch, 369 x 247 mm
Greater London (Environs of London), 1907
22.9 x 17.11 inch, 582 x 435 mm
Greater London (Environs of London), 1909
14.39 x 9.69 inch, 366 x 247 mm
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