1000-piece jigsaw puzzle of this unique and delightful map of mainland Scotland and the Hebrides, from the collection of the National Library of Scotland, is a magnificent pictorial map of Scotland. Made by Birlinn.
Not just annotated with beautiful calligraphy, it also includes dozens of vignettes of famous Scottish places, from cities and towns to lochs to mountains and castles, as well as people and animals.
It was originally published in 1931 by Pratts Oil, which was known as Standard Oil in the US and a few months later as Esso in the UK. 1 Maps. The map was designed by A.E Taylor, a who had a long and successful career as a commercial artist, book illustrator and cartographer in the first half of the twentieth century.
Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts.