Coundon Map Box

£42.00

This map features Coundon, an old mining village in County Durham, England. The name Coundon comes from its original name, “Cunadun”, which translates as “cow on a hill”. The map is formed using roads, rivers and buildings.

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This map features Coundon, an old mining village in County Durham, England. The name Coundon comes from its original name, “Cunadun”, which translates as “cow on a hill”. The map is formed using roads, rivers and buildings.

The Map Box is a beautiful home for your maps – with your own chosen area map engraved onto the front. This pretty box will fit around 20 maps, and is a hand made birch plywood design with a crafty plywood hinge.

It’s strong and attractive box that, if you don’t have many maps, you could use to keep anything you like – in the words of Winnie the Pooh, it’s “a useful box to put things in”.

Finished with Danish Oil, providing a warm tone and a nice sheen. If you’d like a different type of finish or stained colour, just let us know.

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 29 × 24 × 19 cm

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