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Oxfordshire
Bib ID 946378
Format BookBook
Author
George Philip & Son
 
Description London : G. Philip, [n.d.] 
ca. 1: 190,000 ; Sheet 46x36 cm., 16x10 cm. folded, col. 
Full contents Map shows hotels; towns with consul of Cyclists' Touring club and where machines may be repaired; hills with degree of danger. 
Notes

Cover title: Philips' cyclists' map of the county of Oxford.

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