|Publish'd by Alex.r Hogg at the Kings Arms No.16, Pater Noster Row. [c.1786]
|199 x 321 mm
A map of Caithness, Sutherland and Ross, with two smaller maps of the Shetland Isles and the Orkney Isles. The maps are detailed with towns, roads and topography and feature decorative title cartouches. From George Augustus Walpoole's 'New and Complete British Traveller'.
Thomas Conder (c.1750-1831) was a British engraver, cartographer, bookseller, and printseller. An apprentice of Thomas Kitchin, he was involved in the production of maps for numerous different atlases and publications. He was succeeded in his bookselling business by his son, the writer Josiah Conder.
Condition: Strong impression. Small blue ink stain to bottom right corner of main map, above scale.