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Historic counties may refer to:
- Historic counties of England, subdivisions of England established for administration by the Normans
- Historic counties of Ireland, areas in Ireland separate from the county corporates that existed in some of the larger towns and cities
- Historic counties of Scotland, the principal local government divisions of Scotland until 1975
- Historic counties of Wales, ancient sub-divisions of Wales
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