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Hi all,

I'm a newbie here and new map collector from Hong Kong.

I've started collecting maps since 2007 and own around 100 pieces. My main collections are:
1] Illustrated/pictorial London maps
2] London tube maps
3] plan/map of London docklands
4] postcards of London topography
5] Cartefacts of London topography, like: handkerchiefs, playing cards

As I am interested to draw pictorial maps by myself, I would like to gain some more acknowledge about cartography here since I am not a cartographer nor drawer.

Here's my blog:

Looking forward to hearing from you.

M Tang



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That sounds interesting and fun. Welcome to cartotalk!

Dave Barnes
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