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- Published: London
- Published date: 1868
- Issue date: 1868
- Type: map
- Technique: Woodcut
- Category: City view of Edinburgh
- Size: 47.4 x 114,8cm. (18.75 x 45,25 inch).
- Stock number: 33269
- Condition: In excellent condition. Mounted on linen.
Original antique large woodcout after an print by Halman. This impressive sheet shows Edinburgh from the bird's eye view. The grid pattern of New Town appears in the foreground. The Castle is on the hill centre right, and the Royal Mile can be traced leading down from it to the Holyrood Palace. The hill at the top left is Arthur's Seat. Thomas Sulman was a student and later an engraver for Dante Gabriel Rossetti. He became a specialist in using hot air balloons to produce birds eye views of cities including London, Oxford, Edinburgh, Glasgow and New York.
Supplement to the illustrated London News, July 18, 1868