Map of the County of Lincolnshire
from Actual Survey By A. Bryant, In the Years 1825–26 & 1827. Respectfully Dedicated to the Nobility, Clergy & Gentry, of the County.
- Author: BRYANT, A[ndrew]
- Publication place: London
- Publisher: Published by A. Bryant, 27, Great Ormund Street
- Publication date: April 19th, 1828.
- Physical description: Large-scale engraved map, fine original hand-colour, dissected and mounted on linen, in two sections, key to map lower left, view of Lincoln Cathedral lower right, edged in green silk, with some loss of silk, housed in calf pull-off slipcase, lettered in gilt.
- Dimensions: 2210 by 1660mm (87 by 65.25 inches).
- Inventory reference: 14515
Bryant’s large scale map of Lincolnshire.
Between 1822 and 1835 Andrew Bryant surveyed thirteen English counties, much in the manner of the Greenwood brothers though without the latters’ extreme detail. With their swash lettering, vignette views and meticulous engraving there was a great similarity about their respective output. Of the six counties covered by both cartographers, in five instances they were both working in the field at the same time; even with the much talked about animosity between the Greenwoods and Bryant, it is most likely that they shared information. The map, like that of the Greenwoods, is very detailed, and shows boundaries of the counties, hundreds and parishes, churches and chapels, castles and quarries, farmhouses and gentlemen’s seats, heaths and common land, woods, parliamentary representatives and distances between towns. The map is on a scale of 1 inch to the statute mile. The maps by Bryant are appreciably scarcer than Greenwoods.
- Rodger 277.
- Rodger, E. (1972). The Large Scale County Maps of the British Isles 1596–1850: A Union List. Second edition. Oxford: Bodleian Library.