Antique Maps of The British Isles

A Chart of the Sea Coast. This Chart Shew all the Sea Coasts of England & Wales with the Royal Docks, Fortifications, Harbours Sands. &c.

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BICKHAM, George.

Origin: London, George Bickham jnr, 1749-54.

A delightful engraving by George Bickham of the coasts of England and Wales with a vignette of naval ships in the Channel, from the First Edition of Bickham's 'The British Monarchy'. Like his small county maps this is a bird's-eye perspective. England and Wales are shown in the foreground with a foreshortened Scotland receding into the clouds on the horizon.

Condition: Uncoloured; very light age-toning to the edges of the paper, light soiling in the bottom right corner, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 250 x 140mm (9¾ x 5½ inches).

Reference: 15734

Price: £380

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A Map of New of the Rivers & Sea Coasts of England.

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[MOLL, Hermann.].

Origin: London, c.1710.

A map of England and Wales, showing and naming the rivers.

Condition: Uncoloured; trimmed close to line border on three sides, just clipping the printed surface on the right, signs of old folds from the book, otherwise prsentable.

Size: 300 x 290mm (11¾ x 11½ inches).

Reference: 15657

Price: £35

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A New Map of the Kingdom of England and the Dominion of Wales Wheron are projected all ye Principal Roads Actually Measured and Delineated by Joh Ogilby Esq. his Ma.ties Cosmographer.

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OGILBY, John.

Origin: London, 1676.

The index map from the first road atlas of England and Wales, surveyed by Ogilby, decorated with a Royal Crest and ornate title, scale and index cartouches. This example appears to be state 2. 1676.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, minor nicks to the margins, small hole in the Irish Sea repaired on verso with old paper, probably from book, otherwise a good example.

Size: 375 x 500mm (14¾ x 19¾ inches).

Reference: 13000

Price: £540

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Anglia Regnum.

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MERCATOR, Gerard.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1633, French text edition.

Mercator's map of England and Wales is on a larger scale than his map of the British Isles, because of this he is able to include more place names. Although based on Saxton, there are some curious spellings of places, suggesting perhaps that the engraver was using a foreign source.

Condition: Fine original colour; minor marginal defects, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 350 x 460mm (13¾ x 18 inches).

Reference: 7712

Price: £560

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Anglia Regnum.

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MERCATOR, Gerard.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1630, Latin text edition.

Mercator's map of England and Wales is on a larger scale than his map of the British Isles, because of this he is able to include more place names. Although based on Saxton, there are some curious spellings of places, suggesting perhaps that the engraver was using a foreign source.

Condition: Uncoloured; minor marginal nicks and toning to the edges of the paper, short repaired tear to lower centrefold in the margin, small rust spot in Ireland, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 350 x 460mm (13¾ x 18 inches).

Reference: 10522

Price: £380

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Anglia Regnum.

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JANSSON, Jan.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1636-. French text edition.

One of the most attractive early Dutch maps of England and Wales available.

Condition: Finely coloured; very slight age-toning as is often the case with maps by Jansson, minor nicks to the edges of the paper, short centrefold split to lower margin, repaired, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 390 x 500mm (15¼ x 19¾ inches).

Reference: 10805

Price: £420

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Anglia Scotia Hibernia 1699

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SCHERER, Heinrich.

Origin: Munich, c.1702.

Two maps on one sheet, one of New England and the other of the British Isles from the "Atlas Marianus" (an abridged version of Wilhelm Gumppenburg's work of 1657-59) by Heinrich Scherer. Scherer was a devout Jesuit, and professor of mathematics at Munich. His 'Atlas Novus' contained eleven maps of the world and other parts which showed the spread of Catholocism and Jesuit missions. Finely engraved by either Leonard Hecknauer, Joseph à Montalegre, Johann Degler or Matthäus Wolffgang. The title cartouche shows the obsolete Tudor coat of arms, watched over by figures of Mary and the infant Jesus.

Condition: Coloured; small repaired worm hole in the lower part of centrefold, light soiling the margins, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 230 x 350mm (9 x 13¾ inches).

Reference: 15651

Price: £210

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Anglia et Hibernia Nova.

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RUSCELLI, Girolamo.

Origin: Venice, 1598.

Originally published in 1561 as the modern map of the British Isles from the 'Geographia' , based closely on the George Lily map of 1546. This edition, a further issue (state 2), with Italian text on the verso and with a ship and sea monsters added to the plate.

Condition: Uncoloured; very light age-toning and minor waterstaining to margins, slightly darker to the edges of the paper, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 190 x 255mm (7½ x 10 inches).

Reference: 11917

Price: £280

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Angliae Descriptio.

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MUNSTER, Sebastian.

Origin: Basle, 1572.

An early map of the British Isles, a tablet gives a list of place names in Latinised form and in English and the national flags of England and Scotland are shown. From the Munster "Cosmographiae".

Condition: Uncoloured woodcut; very light overall age-toning, slightly darker at centrefold and edges of the paper, minor marginal staining, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 285 x 345mm (11¼ x 13½ inches).

Reference: 12145

Price: £450

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Angliae Regnum.

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CLOPPENBURGH, Johan.

Origin: Amsterdam, c.1630.

A fine map of England and Wales following the Saxton-Mercator outline, published by Johan Cloppenburg at Amsterdam.

Condition: Coloured, possibly original; very light age-toning at the edges of the paper, overall a fine example.

Size: 190 x 255mm (7½ x 10 inches).

Reference: 15653

Price: £240

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Angliae, Scotiae, et Hiberniae, sive Britannicar: Insularum descriptio.

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ORTELIUS, Abraham.

Origin: Antwerp, 1592, Latin text edition.

Ortelius drew heavily on the information provided by Gerard Mercator's map of 1564 to produce this cornerstone map of the British Isles. Possibly engraved by Francis Hogenburg with north orientated to the right of the page.

Condition: Finely coloured; minor marginal defects with light age-toning and waterstaining (confined to the margins), otherwise a fine example.

Size: 345 x 495mm (13½ x 19½ inches).

Reference: 11609

Price: £890

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Angliae, Scotiae, et Hiberniae, sive Britannicar: Insularum descriptio.

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ORTELIUS, Abraham.

Origin: Antwerp, 1592, Latin text edition.

Ortelius drew heavily on the information provided by Gerard Mercator's map of 1564 to produce this cornerstone map of the British Isles. Possibly engraved by Francis Hogenburg with north orientated to the right of the page.

Condition: Fine original colour; minor marginal age-toning, trimmed close by the binder on right hand edge, but with enough blank paper to facilitate framing, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 345 x 500mm (13½ x 19¾ inches).

Reference: 11836

Price: £1350

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Angliae, Scotiae, et Hiberniae, sive Britannicar: Insularum descriptio.

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ORTELIUS, Abraham.

Origin: Antwerp, 1592, Latin text edition.

Ortelius drew heavily on the information provided by Gerard Mercator's map of 1564 to produce this cornerstone map of the British Isles. Possibly engraved by Francis Hogenburg with north orientated to the right of the page.

Condition: Fine original colour; minor marginal age-toning and light soiling, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 345 x 500mm (13½ x 19¾ inches).

Reference: 15535

Price: £1400

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Britanicæ Insulae.

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MAGINI, Giovanni.

Origin: [Venice, 1596-1657].

The precise attribution of this 'modern' map of the Biitish Isles, set in a page of text, is vague, it is often given as the work of Giovanni Magini, others say Girolamo Porro. It follows loosely the outline of the Mercator - Ortelius representations, but with a stunted outline for Scotland. Although it first appearred in 1596, this example probably came from the Italian work 'Studium Sapientiae Universale published in 1657.

Condition: Uncoloured; fine condition.

Size: 135 x 175mm (5¼ x 7 inches).

Reference: 8043

Price: £150

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Britanicae Insulae.

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[MAGINI, Giovanni.]

Origin: Venice, c.1657-1713.

Set in a page of text, this map of the British Isles was first published by Giovanni Magini in 1596. At some stage the plates were sold and acquired by Lasor who republished in the early 18th century along with other plates by Valgrisi, Ruscelli and other Italian map makers.

Condition: Uncoloured; slight marginal water staining, overall a good example.

Size: 130 x 175mm (5 x 7 inches).

Reference: 6009

Price: £110

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Britannicarum Insularum Typus.

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ORTELIUS, Abraham.

Origin: Antwerp, 1624, Latin text edition.

The British Isles, orientated with north to the right, reduced from a two-sheet map of 1590. Drawn by and attribute to Ortelius 1595 (cartouche top right) - engraved, according to Koeman, by Jan Wierix.

Condition: Uncoloured; minor marginal age-toning and light spotting, short printers crease near centrefold (hardly noticeable) otherwise a fine example.

Size: 370 x 510mm (14½ x 20 inches).

Reference: 12110

Price: £860

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England and Wales.

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TALLIS, John.

Origin: London, J. Tallis & Co, 1851.

A decorative steel-plate engraving with inset views including a prospects of The Grand Stand at Doncaster, London, Oxford, Portsmouth Harbour, Sunderland Bridge and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. John Tallis is without question one of the most renowned cartographers and publisher of the C19th. His maps are the last of the lavishly decorated and ornamental maps, considered to be works of art as well as geographically accurate. He was born in Stourbridge in Worcestershire in about 1818 and it is likely that he stayed in the Midlands working as a publisher in Birmingham, until he moved to London in the early 1840′s.

Condition: Original outline colour; very light toning to edges of margins, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 345 x 255mm (13½ x 10 inches).

Reference: 8870

Price: £180

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Geographische Vortellung der Konigreiche Gros Brittannien und Irland.

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[BODENEHR, Gabriel].

Origin: Augsburg, c.1704-38.

A decorative map of the British Isles from the "Atlas Curieux...", with decorative title cartouche, Royal Arms, and tables of political divisions. There are two very faint parallel lines over southern Ireland, Cornwall and Northern France: Shirley suggests these were to "indicate the passage of one of the early 18th century eclipses". Originally published by Gabriel Bodenehr in 1704, this edition shows engraved and published by Georg Christoph Kilian.

Condition: Original wash colour; printers smudge in East Anglia causing slight loss of printed names, hardly noticeable, old vertical folds from the atlas, other light soiling, otherwise overall very good.

Size: 175 x 305mm (7 x 12 inches).

Reference: 3124

Price: £140

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Heptarchie des Saxons.

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MALLET, Alain Manesson.

Origin: Paris, 1683.

A miniature map of England, Wales and parts of Scotland, showing the Saxon Heptarchy. From the 'Description de l'Univers", a five volume work.

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

Size: 150 x 100mm (6 x 4 inches).

Reference: 11358

Price: £58

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Insularum Britannicarum Facies Antiqua.

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CELLARIUS, Christophorus.

Origin: Leipzig, 1773.

A copperplate map of the British Isles... "ancient" geography by Christophorus Cellarius, from the "Nottia Orbis Antiquae" atlas of 1773. The decorative title cartouche features the conquest of Britain by the Romans. Inset map of the Orkney and Shetland islands.

Condition: Coloured; some light water staining and one or two light brown spots, very light age-toning to the edges of the paper, two small holes in the lower margin, centrefold strengthened with old paper whilst in book, otherwise a good example.

Size: 210 x 315mm (8¼ x 12½ inches).

Reference: 15649

Price: £140

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Isle D'Albion.

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MALLET, Alain Manesson.

Origin: Paris, 1684. German text edition.

A fine miniature map of England, Scotland and Wales showing the ancient divisions. From the German text edition of the five volume work 'Description de l'univers'.

Condition: Uncoloured; very slight waterstaining to margins, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 150 x 100mm (6 x 4 inches).

Reference: 9929

Price: £80

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Isle D'Albion.

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MALLET, Alain Manesson.

Origin: Paris, 1683, French text edition.

A fine miniature map of England, Scotland and Wales showing the ancient divisions. From the French text edition of the five volume work 'Description de l'univers'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning to margins, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 150 x 100mm (6 x 4 inches).

Reference: 11669

Price: £85

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Isle D'Albion.

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MALLET, Alain Manesson.

Origin: Paris, 1683, French text edition.

A fine miniature map of England, Scotland and Wales showing the ancient divisions. From the French text edition of the five volume work 'Description de l'univers'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning to margins, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 150 x 100mm (6 x 4 inches).

Reference: 11694

Price: £85

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Isle D'Albion.

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MALLET, Alain Manesson.

Origin: Paris, 1683, French text edition.

A fine miniature map of England, Scotland and Wales showing the ancient divisions. From the French text edition of the five volume work 'Description de l'univers'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning to margins, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 150 x 100mm (6 x 4 inches).

Reference: 12609

Price: £78

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Isle D'Albion.

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MALLET, Alain Manesson.

Origin: Paris, 1684, German text edition.

A fine miniature map of England, Scotland and Wales showing the ancient divisions. From the French text edition of the five volume work 'Description de l'univers'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning to margins, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 150 x 100mm (6 x 4 inches).

Reference: 15427

Price: £85

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Isles Britanniques.

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MALLET, Alain Manesson.

Origin: Paris, 1683. French text edition.

A fine miniature map of the British Isles, showing the mainland European coast from Denmark down to France and also Norway. The sea is adorned with a monster and also ships, the lower ones engaged in battle. From the French text edition of the five volume work 'Description de l'univers'.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 145 x 100mm (5¾ x 4 inches).

Reference: 5895

Price: £110

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La Britannique dans sa Heptarchie. Anglois Saxonique.

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[SANSON, Nicholas.]

Origin: Paris, c.1680.

A map of England and Wales as it was during the Saxon Heptarchy (500-850 AD), possibly engraved by Antony de Winter and published in the small atlas by Nicholas Sanson.

Condition: Coloured; overall fine condition.

Size: 240 x 205mm (9½ x 8 inches).

Reference: 15654

Price: £110

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La Grande Bretagne ou les Royaumes D'Angleterre et D'Ecosse...…

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LOTTER, Tobias Conrad.

Origin: Augsbourg, c,1777.

A decorative map of the British Isles, state 2 of the plate (date of 1764 removed) after Matthäus Seutter. Ornate figured cartouche top right corner and the arms of England, Scotland and Ireland top left. Good to see in the original state and colour.

Condition: Original colour; some minor marginal soiling and one or two on the map itself (hardly noticable), otherwise a very good example.

Size: 490 x 585mm (19¼ x 23 inches).

Reference: 9874

Price: £320

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Les Isles Britanniques; qui contiennent les - Royaumes, d'Angleterre, Ecosse, et Irlande.

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JAILLOT, Alexis Hubert.

Origin: Paris, 1692.

Rodney Shirley staes in his book - "Jaillot's general map of the British Isles is one of the most attractive maps of the late 17th century". A large map printed on two sheets (joined), the title and mile scales encompassed by splendid cartouche. The title is repeated along the top of the map. Inset map of the Faeroe and Shetland Isles. STATE: Plate 2, 2.

Condition: Original colour; light age-toning to the edges of the paper, very light print offset (hardly noticable), short tears to lower margin well away from the printed surface, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 570 x 875mm (22½ x 34½ inches).

Reference: 12257

Price: £550

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Map of the Race Courses in England.

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FROST, John.

Origin: London, 1827.

A map of England and Wales showing the racecourses at that time. Probably engraved by Davies, 34 Compton St. Brunsw.k Sq.re. London and Published by Sherwood, Gilbert & Piper, Paternoster Row, May 1st 1827.

Condition: Original outline colour, with some recent embellishment; a number of old folds from book, light soiling to margins, bottom margin on the left corner has been added after loss from book, short marginal tears, one just into plate-mark, otherwise very good.

Size: 325 x 250mm (12¾ x 9¾ inches).

Reference: 15622

Price: £68

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Royaume D'Angleterre.

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MALLET, Alain Manesson.

Origin: Paris, 1683. French text edition.

A miniature map of England and Wales, also shows the Isle of Man. From the French text edition of the five volume work 'Description de l'univers'.

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

Size: 160 x 120mm (6¼ x 4¾ inches).

Reference: 12611

Price: £48

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T Koninggryk van Engellandt.

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[SANSON, Nicholas.]

Origin: Paris, 1656-1705.

A map of England and Wales, possibly engraved by A de Winter and published in the Dutch edition of the small atlas by Nicholas Sanson.

Condition: Uncoloured; light marginal age-toning and one minor nick well away from platemark, short centrefold tear repaired, otherwise good condition.

Size: 235 x 205mm (9¼ x 8 inches).

Reference: 9116

Price: £80

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The British Isles.

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TALLIS, John.

Origin: London, John Tallis & Company, 1851.

A decorative steel-plate engraving with prospects of London, Edinburgh and Dublin and an inset of the Shetland Islands. John Tallis is without question one of the most renowned cartographers and publisher of the C19th. His maps are the last of the lavishly decorated and ornamental maps, considered to be works of art as well as geographically accurate. He was born in Stourbridge in Worcestershire in about 1818 and it is likely that he stayed in the Midlands working as a publisher in Birmingham, until he moved to London in the early 1840′s.

Condition: Original outline colour; minor marginal age-toning, light spotting and soiling, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 355 x 245mm (14 x 9¾ inches).

Reference: 7483

Price: £210

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The British Isles.

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TALLIS, John.

Origin: London, John Tallis & Company, 1851.

A decorative steel-plate engraving with prospects of London, Edinburgh and Dublin and an inset of the Shetland Islands. John Tallis is without question one of the most renowned cartographers and publisher of the C19th. His maps are the last of the lavishly decorated and ornamental maps, considered to be works of art as well as geographically accurate. He was born in Stourbridge in Worcestershire in about 1818 and it is likely that he stayed in the Midlands working as a publisher in Birmingham, until he moved to London in the early 1840′s.

Condition: Original outline colour, with some recent embellishment and highlighted in gum arabic; minor marginal age-toning, light spotting and soiling, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 355 x 245mm (14 x 9¾ inches).

Reference: 13034

Price: £240

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The British Isles.

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TAYLOR, Alfred E.

Origin: New York, c.1949.

A railway poster/pamphlet from the original of the pictorial map painted by Alfred E. Taylor N.R.D. The original painting was on display at the New York Offices of the Associated British and Irish Railways. Not dated but probably around 1949. Produced to encourage tourists to the British Isles, the pictorial map is covered in small pictures of sights of interest and buildings throughout. On the verso black and white views with short descriptions.

Condition: Original coloured lithograph; a folded pamphlet with small holes at the intersections of the folds, light wear and nicks to the edges of the paper, otherwise overall a good example.

Size: 440 x 585mm (17¼ x 23 inches).

Reference: 15756

Price: £110

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The Invasions of England and Ireland with al their Civill Wars since the Conquest.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, George Humble, 1627-.

A superbly detailed map recording the military and naval history of England, Ireland & Wales from 1066-1588, engraved by Cornelius Danckertz, who has virtually copied a prototype map by Speed, probably issued as a separate publication between 1601-03. The content of the two maps are the same: invasions and internal strife 1066-1588, culminating with the Spanish Armada, which fills the English Channel but gradually diminishes to mast less wrecks to the north of Ireland. Includes four pages of descriptive text.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning and soiling, slight darkening of centrefold, small repair to lower centrefold split, otherwise a good example.

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

Reference: 15415

Price: £1950

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The Kingdome of England.

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KEERE, Pieter van den.

Origin: London, George Humble, 1630-.

Map of England and Wales from the so-called "Miniature Speed". Originally published with this map in 1620, this example has the text width on the verso of 4 + 15/16ths, indicating that it is from the 1630 edition.

Condition: unknown

Size: 87 x 124mm (3½ x 5 inches).

Reference: 15720

Price: £130

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The Kingdome of Great Britaine and Ireland.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury and George Humble, 1610-27.

A highly detailed and beautifully engraved map of the British Isles, flanked by two views of London and Edinburgh and undeneath these, two medallion portraits. The Royal coat of arms is shown above the London view, flanked by cherubs and an inset of the Orkney Islands is arranged in a similar fashion above the Edinburgh view. Engraved by Jodocus Hondius.

Condition: Uncoloured; some very light marginal soiling, short centrefold split in lower margin, repaired, otherwise a fine example.

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

Reference: 10708

Price: £2850

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Veteris et Novæ Britanniæ Descriptio.

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[CLUVERIUS, Philipp.].

Origin: [London, c.1710-].

A map of the British Isles and Ireland in ancient times. Highly decorative, with inset map of the Orkney Islands. Originally published by Philipp Clüver (1580-1622) in "Introductio in universam geographiam" in 1624 (posthumously). There seems to have been several editions and this example bears the name of John Senex (fl 1702-1740) as engraver.

Condition: Uncoloured; very light water staining to the right margin and the printed line border on the left, signs of old vertical folds from the book, otherwise very good condition.

Size: 210 x 255mm (8¼ x 10 inches).

Reference: 15656

Price: £140

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PLAYER & Sons, John.

Origin: Nottingham, John Player & Sons, c.1914.

A full set of 25 numbered and brightly coloured cigarette cards, each has a county map in the top half and the lower half displays the relevant industry. In numerical order: 1. North wales - Slate Quarrying, 2. Monmouthshire - Iron and Coal, 3. Northumberland - Shipbuilding, 4. Perthshire - Dry Cleaning, 5. Kent - Hop Picking, 6. Munster - Butter Making, 7. Lincolnshire - Agriculture, 8. Lancashire - Cotton Spinning, 9. Northampton - Boot Making, 10. Staffordshire - Pottery, 11. Bedfordshire - Straw Hat Making, 12. Connaught - Horse Breeding, 13. Roxburghshire - Woollen Manufacture, 14. Devonshire - Dairy Produce, 15. Edinburgh - Book Printing, 16. South Wales - Coal Mining, 17. Yorkshire - Worsted Spinning, 18. Cheshire - Making Block Salt, 19. Nottinghamshire - Lace Making, 20. Dumbartonshire - Calico Printing, 21. Norfolk - Agriculture, 22. Cornwall - Tin Mining, 23. Ulster - Linen, 24. Leicestershire - Hosiery and 25. Hampshire - Sheep Rearing.

Condition: Coloured lithograph; generally good to fine condition, some very light signs of handling.

Size: 35 x 67mm (1½ x 2¾ inches).

Reference: 15689

Price: £48

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