Large vintage colour map from 1930 of Ireland counties are highlighted by colour sets on a per province basis. Provinces distinguished by red border. The border is highlighted using broken black dots.
Note printed at top that the boundary between Northern Ireland and the Irish Free State is based on the Goverment of Ireland act 1920.
The map was edited by George Philips and printed by his firm in 1930 as part of a larger atlas in conjunction with the London Geographical Institute.
The map is large 51 cm’s by 40 cm’s and is suitable for framing. Condition wise, map is in very good condition, exceptionally clean for age and intact, paper will show signs of ageing, map was released as a fold out map , these maps have a linen and card spine across their back at the fold this was how they joined the map and should be left intact when framing.
Price includes delivery in Ireland.