There is also some old tape along the bottom of the central fold. The map comes from the renowned atlas ‘Chorographia Britanniae’ published 1741/42.Finally there is some minor creasing but generally for the age the map is in reasonable condition and matted and framed will look quite stunning. These superbly detailed maps were engraved by William Henry Toms following surveys by Thomas Badeslade and proved to be one of the 18th century’s most popular atlases. Ref no: 3380 Price: £30.00 Scarce early copper engraved map of England and Wales ‘Anglia’ dating from the late seventeenth century early eighteenth.Golf in Scotland was first recorded in the 15th century, and the modern game of golf was first developed and established in the country.
Our school aims are to promote a love of knowledge and understanding in all our children and the confidence to take risks with their learning.The map has quite early hand colouring and is on laid watermarked paper.The bottom left hand corner has a missing piece to the border; the top left corner is close trimmed.The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, known as the R&A, is the world governing body for the game (except in the United States and Mexico).The Scottish Ladies’ Golfing Association was founded in 1904 and the Scottish Golf Union (SGU) in 1920.I have included a couple of buildings which post-date the period but replicate Art Deco styling.