1931 - Pratt's Esso Plan of Roads to the South Coast Map

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This vivid pictorial map of the Southern English countryside was crafted by A.E. Taylor and released in 1931 by Esso - formerly known as Standard Oil in the United States, and just recently as Pratts Oil in the United Kingdom. A renowned cartographer, Taylor was tasked with crafting a collection of maps showcasing the United Kingdom and Ireland. These exquisite maps were designed to inspire individuals to embark on scenic drives across the country in their modern automobiles, fueled exclusively by premium Esso oil.

On this particular map, one can marvel at the countless towns and villages of Kent, Sussex, Surrey, and Hampshire, each adorned with a charming illustration of its bustling main street or iconic landmark.

This high quality print with vivid colouration is perfect for hanging on the wall or framing, a brilliant gift for anybody who loves historic cartography.

High Quality Paper: Printed onto high quality poster paper which is durable and is non- tearable.