Map with colored elements by John Cary: Lincolnshire, a historical county in the East of England. It borders Norfolk to the Southeast, Cambridgeshire to the South, Rutland to the Southwest, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire to the West, South Yorkshire to the Northwest, and the East Riding of Yorkshire to the North. The regions, cities, towns, et cetera, are clearly identified on the map, larger settlements marked with castle/cathedral icon or green miniature park plan, i.e. "Normanby" top left of map. Borders, main roads, most marshes, parks, and fields, colored, some texture, small roads, rivers, bodies of water, and some marshes, not colored, some texture. Decorative black and white title and credit cartouche with compass lines and fleur-de-lis, bottom left of map, scale below. Measurement marks surround black double line border, directional notation in English, "Longitude West from London.", bottom right of map. Foxing spots scattered on surface, back, and toning around edges of map, paper damage, left and right crease, water damage, bottom left and right corners. Ink impression of map visible. Text page attached to back of map, toning on edges.
|Role of Creator||Cartographer|
|Dimensions||H-12.25 W-9.625 inches|
|Credit line||Gift of Jeffery M. Leving, Founder, Fathers’ Rights|
|Place of Origin||Europe/England/London|