|Title:||ESSEX, devided into Hundreds, With the most antient / and fayre Towne COLCHESTR Described and_ / other memorable MONUMENTS observed. Anno 1662|
|Date of Publication:||1667|
|Publisher/Seller:||Described by Iohn Norden, Aug : / mented by I. Speede; And are to be / solde by Tho: Bassett in Fleetstreet, and Ric: Chiswell in St Pauls Church yard.|
|Call #:||Thea-SU-020 (on frame w/ Suffolk)|
|Inset Map:||BR COLCHESTER (town)|
|Frame Type:||Framed not on Wall|
|Media Type:||Sheet Map - Folio|
Framed in unusual side-by-side double map frame with Speed's map of Suffolk. Outline color. Gold border.
Maker statement BL has last line extending out of box: ...d Ric: Chiswell in St. Pauls Church yard.
Three portraits as coins colored gold in BR above town.
"THE EARLS OF ESSEX" Seven coats of arms arranged vertically on left.