Dublin: Browne & Nolan, 1968.
Map. Offset lithograph. 18" x 23 1/2".
This brightly colored tourist map of the city of Dublin folds out of a pamphlet. A colorful border shows 25 important buildings and landmarks, including Trinity College, St. Audoen's Arch, and the National Gallery, as well as the dates they were established. The map itself has illustrations of different historical scenes at the locations they took place, with explanatory notes. Interesting facts are noted as well, for example, an arrow pointing to where W.B. Yeats went to school, and the hill where, according to legend, St. Patrick foretold the rise of Dublin City from a small village. A simple cartouche in the bottom left includes the coat of arms of the City of Dublin. Included with pamphlet cover, some stains, otherwise good condition. A beautiful map.