Map Of Britain Description
First published in the May, 1965 issue of National Geographic Magazine, this map is a one-of-a-kind resource for any true Shakespeare enthusiast. Steeped in the history of the era, Shakespeare's Britain is infused with symbols and icons that Special insets include a panoramic view of Shakespeare's London and an enlarged map of Stratford on Avon. Also included is a table of Shakespeare's Plays with British Settings.
This map of Shakespeare's Britain is the perfect gift for any fan of The Bard and an ideal map for display in a sitting room or library.
This map of Britain is printed on high quality 120gsm coated matt paper to provide a smooth finish with brilliant colours. To extend the life of your map, choose our laminated option which is supplied with a 10 year guarantee.
Map Size: 536 x 688 mm
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