|Published||Published by H. Slatter, Oxford. c. 1825|
|Dimensions||195 x 227 mm|
A map of Oxford, featuring six boxed texts with references to different streets, buildings, colleges, churches and monuments.
Henry Slatter (fl. 1860 - 1900) was a bookseller, stationer and printer, whose firm traded at 2 & 3 High Street during the 19th century. He was also the publisher of the Oxford Herald and always used a view of the Radcliffe Camera on his bill-headings, updating it over the years by adding bollards in Radcliffe Square in the 1820's and railings around the Camera in the 1850's.
Condition: Folds as issued, filled and repaired bottom right corner of sheet from previous binding into book, minor toning and foxing to sheet.