There are bird's eye views of the cities of Stafford and Lichfield
in the top corners, each with a legend.
An illustration and description of a battle that occured in 1459
is also shown, to the left of the map.
Depicted on this map are the woodlands that made up a lot of the county
before the growth of the West Midlands, as well as estates and deer parks,
castles and hills, all of which have been named.
Other interesting details such as the "Three Shires Stones" in the
north of the county, and "The water goeth underground" beside a river
close to the Derbyshire border really complement this lovely map,
and make it a wonderful gift for anyone from this county.