Landscape is made of names and numbers as much as shapes and lines.
—Anon., n.d.

It is obvious that in printing from a relief block those portions of the
face of the block which come in contact with the paper will produce
corresponding solid marks on the paper, whether they be lines, dots,
or larger portions of the surface.

—Harry G. Aldis, The Printed Book. Cambridge, 1916

1. Abinger, Albury, Gomshall, Merrow Downs, Shere, Wotton.

2. Abinger, Banstead Heath, Betchworth, Gomshall, Reigate, Wotton.

3. Abinger, Dorking, Gomshall, Leith Hill, Ranmore, Wotton.

4. Albury, Banstead Heath, Betchworth, Merrow Downs, Reigate, Shere.

5. Albury, Dorking, Leith Hill, Merrow Downs, Ranmore, Shere.

6. Banstead Heath, Betchworth, Dorking, Leith Hill, Ranmore, Reigate.

7. Abinger, Albury, Banstead Heath, Betchworth, Dorking, Gomshall, Leith Hill, Merrow Downs, Ranmore, Reigate, Shere, Wotton.

(Four maps from London’s Country, By Road, Stream and Fieldpath,
Guide No.2, South of the Thames
. London, c.1923: Abinger, Gomshall,
Wotton; Albury, Merrow Downs, Shere; Banstead Heath, Betchworth,
Reigate; Dorking, Leith Hill, Ranmore.)

Overprinted, 2009

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