A Map of Brecknock Shire.

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OWEN, J. & BOWEN, E.

Origin: London, c.1720.

The road from West Chester - Wrexham and on to Llansylen on the verso. From 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd'.

Condition: Uncoloured; generally good.

Size: 185 x 115mm (7¼ x 4½ inches).

Reference: 4338

Price: £19

A Map of Carmarthenshire.

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BOWEN, Emanuel.

Origin: London, c.1720.

A miniature map of the county from the 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved' by John Owen and Emanuel Bowen. The verso has the road from Buxton to Derby..

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning and minor nicks to margins, bottom right corner repaired in margin, otherwise good condition.

Size: 120 x 120mm (4¾ x 4¾ inches).

Reference: 12654

Price: £18

A Map of Denbigh Shire.

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BOWEN, Emanuel.

Origin: London, c.1720.

A miniature map of the county from the 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved' by John Owen and Emanuel Bowen. The verso has the road from St Ives in Cornwall to Truro.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning and minor nicks to margins, otherwise fine condition.

Size: 120 x 120mm (4¾ x 4¾ inches).

Reference: 11373

Price: £21

A Map of Glamorgan Shire.

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OWEN, J. & BOWEN, E.

Origin: London, c.1720.

From 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd'.

Condition: unknown

Size: 180 x 115mm (7 x 4½ inches).

Reference: 3467

Price: £28

A Map of Montgomry Shire.

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OWEN, J. & BOWEN, E.

Origin: London, c.1720.

From 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd'. The verso has the road from Gloucester to Hereford.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, otherwise good.

Size: 180 x 120mm (7 x 4¾ inches).

Reference: 3475

Price: £24

A Map of Radnor Shire.

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BOWEN, Emanuel.

Origin: London, c.1720.

A miniature map of the county from the 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved' by John Owen and Emanuel Bowen. The verso has the road from North Tudworth to Pool [sic.].

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning and minor nicks to margins, otherwise fine condition.

Size: 120 x 120mm (4¾ x 4¾ inches).

Reference: 11370

Price: £21

A New Map of Monmouthshire, from the best Authorities.

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LODGE, John.

Origin: London, 1790-95.

A rare map of the county originally published in the 'Political Magazine' from 1782-90. Engraved by John Lodge, this atlas edition of 1795 has the name erased. Ink manuscript details about the county on the verso.

Condition: Uncoloured; light horizontal printers crease, light soiling and minor spotting, otherwise a good example.

Size: 325 x 265mm (12¾ x 10½ inches).

Reference: 12832

Price: £65

Aberystwith.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Aberystwyth, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor spotting, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 310 x 170mm (12¼ x 6¾ inches).

Reference: 11736

Price: £48

Anglesey Antiently called Mona described 1610.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1610-12, FIRST EDITION.

With inset plan of Beaumaris, a large compass rose and baroque title and scale cartouches. From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'.

Condition: Uncoloured; two very small holes, one in the upper margin and one in the lower at centrefold, as is often the case with first editions, very light toning, slightly darker in the centrefold, otherwise a fine dark example.

Size: 380 x 505mm (15 x 20 inches).

Reference: 11469

Price: £730

Anglesey Antiently called Mona described 1610.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Bassett & Richard Chiswell, 1610-76.

With inset plan of Beaumaris. From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'.

Condition: Finely hand-coloured; light age-toning ot the edges of the paper, short repaired tear to lower margin (not effecting printed border) otherwise a fine example printed on thick paper.

Size: 380 x 500mm (15 x 19¾ inches).

Reference: 12852

Price: £650

Anglesey Comitatus. Olim Mona Insula Druidum sedes Britannia Tir Mon.

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, 1607-37.

A map of Anglesey from the second English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. No engravers name, but from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1578. The Saxton map is of both Anglesey and Caernarvon, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the island. State III with plate number 45 added in the bottom left corner.

Condition: Coloured; light age-toning to the edges of the margins, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 255 x 185mm (10 x 7¼ inches).

Reference: 12971

Price: £110

Beaumaris.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Beaumaris, Gwynedd, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, some spotting, otherwise a fair example.

Size: 300 x 195mm (11¾ x 7¾ inches).

Reference: 12333

Price: £18

Brecknoc comitaus pars.

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, Georgii Bishop & Ioannis Norton, 1607-10.

A map of the county from the first English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by Robert Vaughan, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1578. The Saxton map is of Radnor/Brecon/Cardigan and Carmarthen, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county.

Condition: Uncoloured; light toning in the margins and very minor staining, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 265 x 310mm (10½ x 12¼ inches).

Reference: 9713

Price: £160

Brecknoc comitaus pars.

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, 1607-10.

A map of the county from the first English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by Robert Vaughan, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1578. The Saxton map is of Radnor/Brecon/Cardigan and Carmarthen, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county.

Condition: Uncoloured; very light toning in the margins, slight cockling of paper around the centrefold, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 270 x 315mm (10¾ x 12½ inches).

Reference: 12773

Price: £130

Brecknock Shire.

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GIBSON, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Carnan, 1780.

A miniature map of the county from John Gibson's 'New and accurate maps of the counties of England and Wales'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light soiling and age-toning to margins, otherwise very good.

Size: 65 x 115mm (2½ x 4½ inches).

Reference: 9569

Price: £28

Brecknock.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Brecon, with a smaller plan of the immediate environs, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor spotting, short tear to upper margin (repaired), otherwise a very good example.

Size: 310 x 170mm (12¼ x 6¾ inches).

Reference: 11896

Price: £21

Caermardi comitatus in quo dimetæ olim habitarunt.

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, 1607-37.

An early map of Carmarthenshire attributed to Christopher Saxton and engraved by William Kip. From the third edition of Camden's Britannia to contain maps.

Condition: Uncoloured; dark impression, light age-toning, minor marginal defects, otherwise very good condition.

Size: 275 x 325mm (10¾ x 12¾ inches).

Reference: 10068

Price: £165

Caernarvon Both Shyre and Shire-towne with the ancient Citie Bangor described. Anno Domini 1610.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1610-11, FIRST EDITION.

From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine', engraved by Jodocus Hondius. With inset plans of Caernaevon and Bangor.

Condition: Uncoloured; two small pin holes to top and bottom of printed line border at centrefold, probably used as a guide for the binder at the time of printing, otherwise a fine, dark, example.

Size: 385 x 515mm (15¼ x 20¼ inches).

Reference: 12858

Price: £480

Caernarvon comitatus pars olim Ordovicum.

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, 1607-37.

A map of the county from the second English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by William Kip, although not attributed it is probably from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1578. The Saxton map is of Montgomery and Merioneth, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county.

Condition: Coloured; light age-toning in the margins, minor nicks to the edges of the paper, otherwise a good example.

Size: 265 x 320mm (10½ x 12½ inches).

Reference: 13010

Price: £140

Cardigan Shire.

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GIBSON, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Carnan, 1780.

A miniature map of the county from John Gibson's 'New and accurate maps of the counties of England and Wales'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light soiling and age-toning to margins, otherwise very good.

Size: 65 x 110mm (2½ x 4¼ inches).

Reference: 9514

Price: £28

Cardigan Shyre Described with the due forme of the Shiretown as it was surveyed by I.S. Anno 1610.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury & George Humble,1610-11, FIRST EDITION.

With inset plan of Cardigan. From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, small hole in the bottom right corner with no loss of printed surface, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 380 x 510mm (15 x 20 inches).

Reference: 12421

Price: £580

Cardigan.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Cardigan, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor spotting, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 305 x 170mm (12 x 6¾ inches).

Reference: 11971

Price: £18

Cardigan. Comitatus pars olim Dimetarum.

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, 1607-37.

A map of the county from the second English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by William Kip, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1578. The Saxton map is of Rador, Brecon, Cardigan and Carmarthen, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county. State III with plate number 41, bottom left corner.

Condition: Coloured; light toning in the margins, minor nicks to edges of the paper, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 265 x 315mm (10½ x 12½ inches).

Reference: 12952

Price: £130

Carmarthen Shire.

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GIBSON, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Carnan, 1780.

A miniature map of the county from John Gibson's 'New and accurate maps of the counties of England and Wales'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light soiling and age-toning to margins, otherwise very good.

Size: 65 x 110mm (2½ x 4¼ inches).

Reference: 9515

Price: £28

Carmarthen.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Carmarthen from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor spotting, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 310 x 195mm (12¼ x 7¾ inches).

Reference: 11718

Price: £21

Carnarvan Shire.

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OWEN, J. & BOWEN, E.

Origin: London, c.1720.

A map of the county with the road from Welshpool to Dolgellau on the verso. From 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, otherwise good condition.

Size: 180 x 125mm (7 x 5 inches).

Reference: 4339

Price: £21

Carnarvon.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Caernarfon from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor spotting, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 310 x 195mm (12¼ x 7¾ inches).

Reference: 11717

Price: £24

Ceretica; sive Cardiganensis Comitatus; Anglis Cardigan Shire.

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BLAEU, Johannes.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1646, German text edition.

unknown

Condition: Original colour; very light age-toning to the edges of the margins, light marginal soiling, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 380 x 500mm (15 x 19¾ inches).

Reference: 10813

Price: £210

Ceretica; sive Cardiganensis Comitatus; Anglis Cardigan Shire.

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JANSSON, Jan.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1646-. French text edition.

unknown

Condition: Coloured; light age-toning to the edges of the margins, minor marginal spotting, light age-toning (as is often the case with maps by Jansson) particularly in the sea area, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 380 x 510mm (15 x 20 inches).

Reference: 10819

Price: £210

Comiatus Brechiniæ; - Breknoke.

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BLAEU, Johannes.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1654, Dutch text edition.

A decorative map of Breconshire. From Blaeu's Atlas Major, with Dutch text on verso.

Condition: Fine original colour; very minor marginal toning and small nicks, short printers crease to right margin, just into platemark, otherwise a superb example.

Size: 380 x 510mm (15 x 20 inches).

Reference: 9213

Price: £190

Denbigh Shire.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1610-11, FIRST EDITION.

With inset plan of Denbigh. From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor paper crease to the left of centrefold done during printing, otherwise a fine dark impression.

Size: 385 x 510mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 12431

Price: £520

Denbigh Shire.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Bassett & Richard Chiswell, 1610-76.

With inset plan of Denbigh. From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'. No text on verso.

Condition: Coloured, possibly original or old; very light age-toning, overall a fine example printed on thick paper.

Size: 380 x 505mm (15 x 20 inches).

Reference: 12778

Price: £350

Denbigh comitatus pars olim ordovicum.

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, Georgii Bishop & Ioannis Norton, 1607-10.

A map of the county from the first English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by William Kip, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1577. The Saxton map is of both Denbigh and Flint, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county.

Condition: Uncoloured; light spotting and toning in the margins, otherwise a good example.

Size: 265 x 320mm (10½ x 12½ inches).

Reference: 9723

Price: £170

Denbigh.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Denbigh, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor spotting and some light soiling,, otherwise a good example.

Size: 320 x 185mm (12½ x 7¼ inches).

Reference: 12364

Price: £15

Denbigiensis Comitatus et Comitatus Flintensis; - Denbigh et Flintshire.

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BLAEU, Johannes.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1654, Dutch text edition.

A decorative map of Denbigh and Flintshire. From Blaeu's Atlas Major, with Dutch text on verso.

Condition: Fine original colour; only very minor marginal toning and small nicks, otherwise a superb example.

Size: 385 x 505mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 9214

Price: £180

Denbigiensis Comitatus et Comitatus Flintensis; - Denbigh et Flintshire.

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BLAEU, Johannes.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1658, Dutch text edition.

A decorative map of Denbigh and Flintshire. From Blaeu's Atlas Major, with Dutch text on verso.

Condition: Fine original colour; only very minor marginal toning, otherwise a superb example.

Size: 385 x 505mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 10363

Price: £210

Die Insel Anglesey.

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[REILLY, Franz Johann Joseph von.]

Origin: Vienna, 1789-.

A detailed map of the Isle of Anglesey.

Condition: Original colour; very light age toning to edges of margins and a short printers crease above the title, otherwise fine condition.

Size: 220 x 335mm (8¾ x 13¼ inches).

Reference: 6870

Price: £95

Die Insel Anglesey.

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[REILLY, Franz Johann Joseph von.]

Origin: Vienna, 1789-.

A detailed map of the Isle of Anglesey.

Condition: Original outline colour; very minor marginal soiling and trimmed close on the left, but with enough blank paper to facilitate framing, otherwise very good.

Size: 220 x 335mm (8¾ x 13¼ inches).

Reference: 8879

Price: £110

Flint Shire.

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GIBSON, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Carnan, 1780.

A miniature map of the county from John Gibson's 'New and accurate maps of the counties of England and Wales'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light soiling and age-toning to margins, otherwise very good.

Size: 65 x 110mm (2½ x 4¼ inches).

Reference: 9528

Price: £25

Flint Shire.

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BOWEN, Emanuel.

Origin: London, c.1720.

A miniature map of the county from the 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved' by John Owen and Emanuel Bowen. The verso has the road from Shrewsbury to Wrexham.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning and minor nicks to margins, otherwise fine condition.

Size: 120 x 120mm (4¾ x 4¾ inches).

Reference: 12606

Price: £18

Flint comitatus quem: ordovices olim Incoluerunt.

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, Georgii Bishop & Ioannis Norton, 1607-10.

A map of the county from the first English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by William Kip, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1577. The Saxton map is of both Denbighshire and Flintshire, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county.

Condition: Uncoloured; light spotting and toning in the margins, old printers crease (just into platemark), one or two very small rust spots, otherwise a good example.

Size: 265 x 320mm (10½ x 12½ inches).

Reference: 9711

Price: £180

Flint comitatus quem: ordovices olim Incoluerunt.

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, 1607-37.

A map of the county from the second English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by William Kip, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1577. The Saxton map is of both Denbighshire and Flintshire, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county.

Condition: Coloured; light spotting and toning in the margins, old printers crease at centrefold, minor nicks to the edges of the paper, otherwise a good example.

Size: 265 x 320mm (10½ x 12½ inches).

Reference: 12950

Price: £110

Flint-Shire.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1610-11, FIRST EDITION.

With inset plans of Flint and Saint Asaph and a view of St Winifred's Well. From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, otherwise a fine dark impression.

Size: 385 x 505mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 12434

Price: £520

Glamorgan Shire.

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GIBSON, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Carnan, 1780.

A miniature map of the county from John Gibson's 'New and accurate maps of the counties of England and Wales'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light soiling and age-toning to margins, otherwise very good.

Size: 65 x 115mm (2½ x 4½ inches).

Reference: 9580

Price: £42

Glamorgan Shyre With the sittuations of the cheif towne Cardyff and ancient Landaff described.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1610-11, FIRST EDITION.

From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine', engraved by Jodocus Hondius. With inset plans of Cardiff and Landaff. From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'.

Condition: Uncoloured; two small pin holes to top and bottom of printed line border at centrefold, probably used as a guide for the binder at the time of printing, otherwise a fine, dark, example.

Size: 385 x 510mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 12857

Price: £780

Haverfordwest.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales' and engraved by J. Henshall. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, some minor spotting and soiling in the margins, otherwise a good example.

Size: 300 x 190mm (11¾ x 7½ inches).

Reference: 11803

Price: £28

Island of Anglesey.

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GIBSON, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Carnan, 1780.

A miniature map of the county from John Gibson's 'New and accurate maps of the counties of England and Wales'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light soiling and age-toning to margins, otherwise very good.

Size: 65 x 115mm (2½ x 4½ inches).

Reference: 9565

Price: £48

Llandovery.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor spotting, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 285 x 200mm (11¼ x 7¾ inches).

Reference: 11970

Price: £18

Llanidloes.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire now Powys, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor spotting, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 295 x 180mm (11½ x 7 inches).

Reference: 11966

Price: £18

Map of the County of Monmouth, from an Actual Survey made in the years 1829 & 1830.

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GREENWOOD, C. & J.

Origin: London, Greenwood & Co., 1834.

One of the last large series of county maps, produced in competition with the Ordnance Survey, and consequently very detailed. Fine inset view of Tintern Abbey.

Condition: Fine original colour; light print offset, minor age-toning and soiling to the edges of the paper, otherwise a fine example without centrefold.

Size: 555 x 700mm (21¾ x 27½ inches).

Reference: 11634

Price: £98

Merioneth Comitatus olim pars ordovicum..

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, 1607-37.

A map of the county from the second English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by William Kip, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1578. The Saxton map is of both Montgomery and Merioneth, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county. State III with plate number 42 added in the bottom left corner.

Condition: Coloured; light spotting, water staining and toning in the margins, minor nicks to the edges of the paper, otherwise a good example.

Size: 270 x 325mm (10¾ x 12¾ inches).

Reference: 15423

Price: £120

Merioneth Shire.

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GIBSON, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Carnan, 1780.

A miniature map of the county from John Gibson's 'New and accurate maps of the counties of England and Wales'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light soiling and age-toning to margins, otherwise very good.

Size: 110 x 65mm (4¼ x 2½ inches).

Reference: 9510

Price: £22

Merioneth and Montgomery.

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SAXTON, Christopher - LEA, Philip.

Origin: London, 1689-93.

The Saxton plate with additions by Philip Lea. The plate still bears the name of the original engraver Remigius Hogenbergius. This state has the town plans of Montgomery and Harlech added to the diagonal corners and the addition of the roads after Ogilby. UNCOMMON.

Condition: Original colour; trimmed close at borders, but with enough blank paper to facilitate framing, some minor repairs at lower centrefold, visible when held up to the light, small nicks to the edges of the paper, otherwise a good example.

Size: 350 x 455mm (13¾ x 18 inches).

Reference: 12111

Price: £520

Merioneth.

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BOWEN, Emanuel.

Origin: London, c.1720.

A miniature map of the county from the 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved' by John Owen and Emanuel Bowen. The verso has the road from Darnton in Gloucestershire to Worcester and beyond.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning and minor nicks to margins, otherwise fine condition.

Size: 120 x 120mm (4¾ x 4¾ inches).

Reference: 11371

Price: £24

Merionethshire Described 1610.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Bassett & Richard Chiswell, 1610-76.

With an inset plan of Harlech. From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'.

Condition: Coloured; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, four small worm holes in the lower margin, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 385 x 510mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 10446

Price: £280

Merionethshire Described 1610.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1610-11, FIRST EDITION.

With an inset plan of Harlech. From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'.

Condition: Uncoloured; very minor age-toning to the edges of the margins, minor spotting, otherwise a fine dark impression.

Size: 385 x 510mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 12433

Price: £560

Mervinia et Montgomeria Comitatus.

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JANSSON, Jan.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1646, Latin text edition.

A decorative map of Montgomery.

Condition: Finely coloured; very light overall age-toning, slightly darker at the edges of the margins, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 385 x 505mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 11038

Price: £190

Mervinia; et Montgomeria Comitatus.

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JANSSON, Jan.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1647, French text edition.

A decorative map of Montgomery, similar to the Blaeu version, but with changes to the locations of the title cartouche and mile scale, there is also the addition of rhumb lines in the sea.

Condition: Original colour; light overall age-toning, as is often the case with maps by Jansson, slightly darker at the edges of the margins, short tear to lower edge (repaired), slight paper crease to the centrefold area, otherwise a good example.

Size: 380 x 500mm (15 x 19¾ inches).

Reference: 11394

Price: £180

Mona now called Anglesey, Island.

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BOWEN, Emanuel.

Origin: London, c.1720.

A miniature map of the county from the 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved' by John Owen and Emanuel Bowen. The verso has the road from Maidstone to Hith [sic].

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning and minor nicks to margins, otherwise good condition.

Size: 120 x 120mm (4¾ x 4¾ inches).

Reference: 15418

Price: £24

Monmouth Shire.

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BOWEN, Emanuel.

Origin: London, c.1720.

A miniature map of the county from the 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved' by John Owen and Emanuel Bowen. The verso has the road from Monmouth to Crecowel [sic.] and beyond.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning and minor nicks to margins, otherwise fine condition.

Size: 120 x 120mm (4¾ x 4¾ inches).

Reference: 11372

Price: £26

Monmouth.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Monmouth, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor spotting, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 315 x 190mm (12½ x 7½ inches).

Reference: 12086

Price: £18

Monmouthshire drawn from the best authorities.

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BOWEN, Emanuel.

Origin: London, Universal Magazine, 1752.

Printed for John Hinton.

Condition: Uncoloured; signs of old vertical folds, light toning, otherwise a good example.

Size: 190 x 205mm (7½ x 8 inches).

Reference: 9691

Price: £48

Monmouthshire.

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GIBSON, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Carnan, 1780.

A miniature map of the county from John Gibson's 'New and accurate maps of the counties of England and Wales'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light soiling and age-toning to margins, otherwise very good.

Size: 115 x 65mm (4½ x 2½ inches).

Reference: 9962

Price: £32

Monmouthshire.

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WALKER, John & Charles.

Origin: Longman, Rees, Orne, Brown & Co. 1835 -.

A detailed map of the county. Shows the places of the meeting of foxhounds and the areas marked. From Hobson's Fox Hunting Atlas.

Condition: Original outline colour; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 380 x 330mm (15 x 13 inches).

Reference: 12100

Price: £21

Montgomeria Comiatus et Comitatus Mervinia.

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BLAEU, Johannes.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1658, Dutch text edition.

A decorative map of the Welsh county of Montgomery. From Blaeu's 'Atlas Major', with Dutch text on verso.

Condition: Fine original colour; very light soiling to margins, otherwise a superb example.

Size: 380 x 505mm (15 x 20 inches).

Reference: 10119

Price: £280

Montgomery Shire.

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GIBSON, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Carnan, 1780.

A miniature map of the county from John Gibson's 'New and accurate maps of the counties of England and Wales'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light soiling and age-toning to margins, otherwise very good.

Size: 65 x 115mm (2½ x 4½ inches).

Reference: 9568

Price: £25

Montgomery Shire.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1610-11, FIRST EDITION.

From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine', engraved by Jodocus Hondius. With an inset plan of Montgomery.

Condition: Uncoloured; light vertical creases to paper at centrefold, hardly visible, minor repair to lower centrefold at margin, two small pin holes in the upper and lower margins at centrefold, probably done by the binder at the time of publication, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 385 x 510mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 12859

Price: £380

Montgomery comitatus qui olim pars ordovicum..

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, Georgii Bishop & Ioannis Norton, 1607-10.

A map of the county from the first English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by William Kip, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1578. The Saxton map is of both Montgomery and Merioneth, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county. State III with plate number 42 added in the bottom left corner.

Condition: Uncoloured; light spotting and toning in the margins, otherwise a good example.

Size: 270 x 325mm (10¾ x 12¾ inches).

Reference: 9724

Price: £160

Montgomery comitatus qui olim pars ordovicum..

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, 1607-37.

A map of the county from the second English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by William Kip, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1578. The Saxton map is of both Montgomery and Merioneth, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county. State III with plate number 42 added in the bottom left corner.

Condition: Coloured; light spotting, waterstaining and toning in the margins, otherwise a good example.

Size: 270 x 325mm (10¾ x 12¾ inches).

Reference: 12953

Price: £130

Monumethensis comitatus vernacule Monmouth Shire

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BLAEU, Johannes.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1658, Dutch text edition.

A fine decorative map of the county, with figured cartouche and scale of miles.

Condition: Fine original colour; minor marginal soiling, otherwise a superb example.

Size: 380 x 500mm (15 x 19¾ inches).

Reference: 10120

Price: £290

Monumethensis comitatus.

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SAXTON, Christopher - HOLE, William.

Origin: London, Georgii Bishop & Ioannis Norton, 1607-10.

A map of the county from the first English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by William Hole, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1577. State III with plate number 37 added in the bottom left corner.

Condition: Uncoloured; light toning in the margins and one small light brown mark above the compass rose, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 280 x 345mm (11 x 13½ inches).

Reference: 9714

Price: £190

Neath.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Neath in West Glorganshire, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor spotting, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 295 x 180mm (11½ x 7 inches).

Reference: 11960

Price: £18

Pembrockshire.

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SAXTON, Christopher - LEA, Philip.

Origin: London, c.1732.

This fine map of Pembrokeshire, using the Saxton plate, first appeared in the Philip Lea atlas of c.1689 and again c.1693. The later editions were amended by Lea with the addition of roads, town plans and armorials after John Ogilby and John Speed. This example was published by George Willdey c.1732 with his imprint as publisher and seller at the Great Toy Spectacle, China-ware, and Print Shop, the Corner of Ludgate Street near St. Pauls London.

Condition: Original colour; some minor spotting and light age-toning to the margins, expert repair to centrefold at lower margin, noticeable when held up to the light, some nicks to the edges of the paper, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 355 x 465mm (14 x 18¼ inches).

Reference: 12112

Price: £950

Pembroke.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Pembroke, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, some light spotting and minor foxing, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 325 x 230mm (12¾ x 9 inches).

Reference: 12030

Price: £32

Pembrokeshire.

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BOWEN, Emanuel.

Origin: London, c.1720.

A miniature map of the county from the 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved' by John Owen and Emanuel Bowen. The verso has the road from St David's to Cardigan.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning and minor nicks to margins, otherwise fine condition.

Size: 120 x 120mm (4¾ x 4¾ inches).

Reference: 11421

Price: £28

Penbrok comitatus olim pars demetarum.

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KEMCIS, Georgius - KIP, William.

Origin: London, 1607-37.

An early map of Pembrokeshire attributed to Georgius Owen D. Kemcis and engraved by William Kip. From the third edition of Camden's Britannia to contain maps.

Condition: Uncoloured; dark impression, light age-toning to the edges of the margins, minor marginal defects, otherwise very good condition.

Size: 280 x 335mm (11 x 13¼ inches).

Reference: 10067

Price: £195

Penbrok comitatus olim pars demetarum.

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OWEN Georgius - KIP, William.

Origin: London, 1607-37.

An early map of Pembrokeshire attributed to Georgius Owen D. Kemcis and engraved by William Kip from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1578. From the third edition of Camden's Britannia to contain maps.

Condition: Coloured; light age-toning to the edges of the margins, minor marginal defects, otherwise very good condition.

Size: 280 x 335mm (11 x 13¼ inches).

Reference: 12949

Price: £160

Pwllheli.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Pwllheli in Gwynedd, used to be Caernarvonshire, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor spotting, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 300 x 205mm (11¾ x 8 inches).

Reference: 11757

Price: £23

Radnor Shire.

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GIBSON, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Carnan, 1780.

A miniature map of the county from John Gibson's 'New and accurate maps of the counties of England and Wales'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light soiling and age-toning to margins, otherwise very good.

Size: 65 x 110mm (2½ x 4¼ inches).

Reference: 9509

Price: £21

Radnor comitatus quem silvres.

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, Georgii Bishop & Ioannis Norton, 1607-10.

A map of the county from the first English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by William Kip, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1578. The Saxton map is of Radnor/Brecon/Cardigan and Carmarthen, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county.

Condition: Uncoloured; light toning in the margins and very minor staining, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 270 x 330mm (10¾ x 13 inches).

Reference: 9712

Price: £160

Radnor comitatus quem silvres.

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SAXTON, Christopher - KIP, William.

Origin: London, 1607-37.

A map of the county from the second English edition of the 'Britannia', translated by Philémon Holland. Engraved by William Kip, from the Christopher Saxton survey of 1578. The Saxton map is of Radnor/Brecon/Cardigan and Carmarthen, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county.

Condition: Coloured; light age-toning in the margins and very minor staining, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 270 x 330mm (10¾ x 13 inches).

Reference: 13008

Price: £110

The County of Monmouth.

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MORDEN, Robert.

Origin: London, 1695.

Published in Camden's Britannia.

Condition: Coloured; cut close at side margins, but with enough blank paper to facilitate framing, otherwise a good example.

Size: 345 x 415mm (13½ x 16¼ inches).

Reference: 4440

Price: £78

The Countye of Monmouth with the sittuation of the Shire-towe Described. Ann 1610.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Bassett & Richard Chiswell, 1610-76.

With inset plan of Monmouth. From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'.

Condition: Coloured; light age-toning to the edges of the margins, two small worm holes at the edge of the lower margin. Otherwise a very good example.

Size: 385 x 510mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 10423

Price: £480

The Countye of Monmouth...

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1610-11, FIRST EDITION.

From Speed's atlas 'Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine.' With an inset plan of Monmouth.

Condition: Uncoloured; a small hole in the upper and lower margin at centrefold, as is often the case with first editions, possibly a guide for the binder, light marginal toning and waterstaining, otherwise a fine dark impression.

Size: 385 x 510mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 12860

Price: £580

The Road from Welshpool Com. Montgomery to Carnavan in North Wales.

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OGILBY, John.

Origin: London, 1675.

From the first road atlas of England and Wales, surveyed by Ogilby. Sheet 87: with a decorative cartouche of goats. The road from Welshpool, passing through Harlech and on to Carnarvan. Complete with relevant page of text.

Condition: Uncoloured; overall fine condition.

Size: 330 x 420mm (13 x 16½ inches).

Reference: 9582

Price: £180

Welch Pool.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Welshpool, Powys, from a composite volume of the 'Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales'. Robert Kearsley Dawson (1798 -1861) the son of surveyor Robert Dawson, was born in Dover, he went on to study at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In 1818 he was commissioned into the Royal Engineers, and between 1819 and 1829 took part in the triangulation and mapping of Ireland and Scotland under Thomas Colby. In 1831 he was to survey the boundaries of the proposed Parliamentary Boroughs for the Great Reform Act.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, some light spotting and minor foxing, signs of old vertical folds from book, otherwise a good example.

Size: 310 x 280mm (12¼ x 11 inches).

Reference: 12033

Price: £26

[No title]. Monmouthshire & Glamorgan.

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DRAYTON, Michael.

Origin: London, John Marriott, John Grismand & Thomas Dewe, 1612 - 1622.

The most decorative and unusual of all the maps by Michael Drayton - an orchestra and choir line both shores of the Severn Estuary. The major rivers are shown along with the mountains of South Wales and the Isle of Lundy.

Condition: Uncoloured; minor paper imperfections and slight marginal age-toning, short section of bottom margin at centrefold reinstated with old paper, with no loss, short tear to edge of upper margin, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 245 x 320mm (9¾ x 12½ inches).

Reference: 7252

Price: £480