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Map of Derbyshire
Darbieshire described, 1610. A hand-coloured map of the the county of Derbyshire from The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain, originally published by I. Sudbury et G. Humble in 1616. The map includes a plan of the city of Derby and an image of Buxton. Along the left hand side of the image the arms of Earls of Derby from the time of the Norman conquest to 1610 are shown.
- Image reference c13383-06
- Copyright The British Library Board