A Comparative Views of some of the Principal Hills in Great Britain
A classic but not too common comparative chart that just looks at the relative heights throughout the U.K. With St Pauls Cathedral, and and Greenwich observatory toward the center bottom, it stretches up from cliffs of Dover to the hills of Snowden (3571 ft), Ben Nevis (4370 ft) to the highest "Ben Macduis N.B. the Highest Hill in Great Britain 4570".
Condition is good, with some small repaired edge tears, and light dampstaining. Image size is 10 x 8.25 (inches)