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Baystreet: Established Titles Offers 17th Century Map of the Kingdome of Scotland By Famed English Mapmaker John Speed

Established Titles is a company that primarily sells Ladyship or Lordship titles packs that come with dedicated land in Scotland. They have three main Title packages for sale, the Lordship Pack, the Ladyship Pack, and the Couple Title Pack. Each Title Pack includes one square foot of dedicated land on a private estate in Wigtownshire, Scotland. In addition to the land, all purchases come with a printable certificate featuring a crest, which makes it an ideal gift for anyone, from history buffs to those with family ties to Scotland.Read More

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Yahoo! News: Established Titles Offers 17th Century Map of the Kingdome of Scotland By Famed English Mapmaker John Speed

The map, entitled The Kingdome of Scotland, dates back to 1611 and was created by one of the most famous mapmakers of the early modern period, John Speed. John Speed was an English cartographer who published this rare map of Scotland as part of a series he created called The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. The series included not only this general map of Scotland but also the first set of individual county maps of England and Wales, along with a map of Ireland.Read More

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Accesswire: Established Titles Offers 17th Century Map of the Kingdome of Scotland By Famed English Mapmaker John Speed

Established Titles recently unveiled their newest item for sale, a 17th-century map of Scotland created by famed mapmaker John Speed. Established Titles is a company that primarily sells Ladyship or Lordship titles packs that come with dedicated land in Scotland. They have three main Title packages for sale, the Lordship Pack, the Ladyship Pack, and the Couple Title Pack. Each Title Pack includes one square foot of dedicated land on a private estate in Wigtownshire, Scotland. In addition to the land, all purchases come with a printable certificate featuring a crest, which makes it an ideal gift for anyone, from history buffs to those with family ties to Scotland.Read More

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