Perrier Motor Map of England & Wales
Perrier traveler’s case containing sixteen road maps of England and Wales, plus a distance table and map of London.
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The spring in southern France from which Perrier is drawn has been a popular spa since Roman times, and bottling the water for sale has been in practice since at least 1863. In 1898, Local doctor Louis Perrier purchased the area and lent his name to the bubbly beverage that remains popular to this day.
This promotional map set of England and Wales is advertising material for “The Champagne of Table Waters” and includes sixteen separate map sheets. One key map shows the breakdown of the thirteen uniform large scale maps of each region, while an extra map of Central London and a distance table are also included. The royal warrant for the beverage is proudly shown on front of the green cloth case. A similar set published with maps of France is also available.
Publication Date: c. 1923
Author: George Philip & Son
Sheet Width (in): 11
Sheet Height (in): 14
Condition Description: The maps are in very good condition, with the original case. Some wear and soiling throughout, and several maps are missing a portion of their tabs. Otherwise fine.