Holt Antiques at
Walsingham Mill
The Old Mill
Cokers Hill
Little Walsingham
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19/03/20 - An Important Update Regarding Coronavirus (Covid-19) 19th March 2020

Holt Antique Furniture Ltd and its related Companies would like to update you on what's happening at our antiques store “Holt Antiques at Walsingham Mill” with the increased threat of Coronavirus (Covid-19).

As you know, the Coronavirus outbreak is continuing to spread and is now described by international health authorities as a global pandemic. We are continuously monitoring the advice from the government, Public Health England (PHE) and the World Health Organisation (WHO).

We must act responsibly, more than ever before, during this very difficult period, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of both staff and customers alike.

It is with the above that we have had to make the difficult decision to close Walsingham Mill until further notice. The Mill will re-open when guidelines say it is safe to do so.

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The Management Team at Holt Antiques would like to encourage everyone of you to take care during this testing period for us all.

Robin Dunkley

Managing Director, Holt Antique Furniture Ltd

Norfolk Interest - 18th Century English Antique Strip Map or Coaching Map by Thomas Gardner, Dated 1719, Entitled "The Road from Ipswich to Norwich thence to Cromer"

  • Reference : 4329
  • Availability : Available Soon
  • Dimensions : Without frame 6 3/4" x Width 10 5/8" /' With frame 12 3/4" x 16 3/8"
  • Price : £220


Made for travellers on horseback, stagecoach or foot, strip maps gave the user information on not only the route of a journey but also the key villages on route and public houses too to make the planning of a journey much easier!

This map, made by Thomas Gardner in 1719 and included in his work "A Pocket-Guide to the English Traveller, Thomas Gardner, 1719" was based on a larger scale road map study of the roads of Britain entitled "Britannia" published by John Ogilby in 1675.  Ogilby's stduy was too large to be carried so Garnder was the first of a number of individuals to produce smaller studies that could be easily carried whilst travelling.

This fine example is engraved by hand and hand tinted.

Presented within a lined mount , behind glass in a later frame.

Condition - as per image. Some foxing, dust mark and staining to the mount.

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