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S/N: TANGA-NGAT-002-POL–186845
Hand coloured copper engraving.

Image Size: 

x 500mm

Paper Size: 

x 660mm
Thomson’s map of the southern hemisphere with Australia charted according to the voyages of Baudin and Flinders. Numerous historical discoveries are noted along the Australian coastline. On watermarked paper dated 1823. 

National Library of Australia: Bib ID1542383

References: Tooley 1253

John Thomson (1804 - 1837)

Thomson was a Scottish cartographer, publisher and bookbinder active in Edinburgh during the early part of the 19th century. Thomson is generally one of the leading masters of the Edinburgh school of cartography which flourished from roughly 1800 to 1830. Thomson & his contemporaries (Pinkerton & Cary) redefined European cartography by abandoning typical 18th century decorative elements such as elaborate title cartouches and fantastic beasts in favor of detail and accuracy. Thomson's principle works include the Thomson's New General Atlas, published from 1817 to 1821.

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