|Dimensions||355 x 440 mm|
An early nineteenth century German city map of Manchester and Salford, most likely engraved for one of the numerous volumes of the Neueste Länder- und Völkerkunde, a German primer featuring articles of geographical and ethnographic interest. Streets are given their names in English, but other features, such as rivers, churches, and 'Arbeits-Häuser' are rendered in German.
Condition: Vertical and horizontal folds as issued. Text offsetting to bottom right corner of sheet. Blank on verso.