Decorative map of the Scandinavia, colored by counties. Major cities, rivers, islands, bays, lakes, gulfs, mountains, etc. are shown. Includes decorative embellishments above the map and in the border. G.F. Cruchley was a mapseller and globemaker on Fleet Street in London in the mid-19th Century. His World Atlas, first published in 1854, was very unique for the period, employing vivid imagery and a striking print style, along with very distinctive coloring. Maps from his world atlas are relatively scarce on the market.