Lot 2: Early 17th century, map of Ulster by John Speed.

Whyte's

January 21, 2017, 12:00 PM GMT
Dublin, Ireland
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Description: Early 17th century, map of Ulster by John Speed. John Speed 17th Century engraved and hand-coloured map of the province of Ulster with an inset oblique view of ''Enis Kelling fort''. The title, the Arms of Ireland and the scale displayed in decorative strapwork cartouches with the text ''Performed by John Speede and are to be solde by John Sudbury and George Humble in Popeshead Alley at London. Cum Privilegio. An 1610.''. Contained in a double sided frame. h:14.75  w:20 in. Other Notes: MAPS
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