A Correct Draught of the River Thames from its Spring in Gloucestershire, to its Influx into the Sea, with a Table of all the Bridges, Lock Weirs &c. thereupon.

Method Copper engraved with hand colour
Artist Bowen, Thomas
Published Engraved for the London Mag. Publish'd as the Act directs 1st Feby. 1775
Dimensions 180 x 610 mm
Notes A map of the River Thames, from its spring source in Gloucestershire to its convergence with the sea. The map features a table in the bottom left corner of all the major bridges, locks and wears along the route from Lechlade to London Bridge.

Thomas Bowen (1733-1790) was an English engraver, map-maker, and printseller. He worked with his father, Emmanuel Bowen, on the Royal English Atlas and the Atlas Angelicanus, which he completed after his fathers death in 1767. He engraved maps for Taylor & Skinner's Survey of the Roads of North Britain and many other publications.

Condition: Vertical folds as issued. Laid to archival tissue. Toning to folds.
Framing mounted
Price £580.00
Stock ID 51035