THE PANORAMA OF EUROPE, a New Game.

THE PANORAMA OF EUROPE, a New Game.

London: J. & E. Wallis, 1815. A hand-coloured engraving, divided into twelve sections and mounted on linen. The design is numbered in an anti-clockwise direction. starting from the lower left corner. There are 40 numbered and illustrated playing squares, starting at Oporto and finishing at London. In the centre is a large panorama of London from Westminster to Wapping seen from the Surrey side of the River Thames. The numbered compartments are: 1. Oporto; 2. Lisbon; 3. Madrid; 4. Gibraltar; 5. Malta; 6. Messina; 7. Naples; 8. Rome; 9. Florence; 10. Venice; 11. Paris; 12. The Hague; 13. Rotterdam; 14. Amsterdam; 15. Copenhagen; 16. Hamburg; 17. Dantzic; 18. Preslaw; 19. Ratisbon; 20. Berlin; 21. Magdeburgh; 22. Osnaburgh; 23. Bonn; 24. Leipsig; 25. Dresden; 26. Presburgh; 27. Vienna; 28. Constaninople; 29. Moscow; 30. Petersburgh; 31. Stockholm; 32. Bergen; 33. Glasgow; 34. Edinburgh; 35. Dublin; 36. (Rome) in corner; 37. (London) in corner; 38. (Paris) in corner; 39. (St. Petersburgh) in corner; 40. London. Unfolded: 470 x 622 mm. Folded in slipcase: 212 x 125 mm. Accompanying the game, is a 12 page book of rules. A outstanding copy of this game.

Book ID: 14403
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