Antique County Maps: Central - South
Berks, Bucks, Oxon, Wilts.

A Map of Berkshire 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; short tear to right hand margin and minor show through of manuscript text from verso, light soiling and minor spotting, otherwise a good example.

Size: 250 x 323mm (9¾ x 12¾ inches).

Reference: 12833

Price: £86

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A Map of Wilt 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 Newton in Norfolk, through Fakenham, Walsingham and on to Wells. Then Newmarket to Bury St. Edmunds.

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

Size: 120 x 120mm (4¾ x 4¾ inches).

Reference: 11715

Price: £28

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A Mapp of Wiltshire, with its Hundreds.

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BLOME, Richard.

Origin: London, 1673.

From the First Edition of the "Britannia", Blome's larger series of county maps, decorated with cartouches around the title and dedication, based on Speed's map. Blome, renowned as a plagarist, said "I do not own myself the Author, but the Undertaker of this work".

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

Size: 320 x 260mm (12½ x 10¼ inches).

Reference: 5385

Price: £130

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A New Map of Buckinghamshire, from the latest 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 soiling and minor spotting, otherwise a good example.

Size: 320 x 265mm (12½ x 10½ inches).

Reference: 12839

Price: £86

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A New Map of Oxfordshire, Divided into Hundreds, Exhibiting its Roads, Rivers, Parks &c.

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CARY, John.

Origin: London, 1809.

From the first edition of Cary's New English Atlas, although the maps were issued in parts 1801-9, With the hundreds separately coloured.

Condition: Original body colour; light soiling and age-toning to the margins, with some soiling on the map, split to centrefold repaired with tape on verso, light print offset from title cartouche, otherwise a fair to good example.

Size: 540 x 480mm (21¼ x 19 inches).

Reference: 12221

Price: £70

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A New Map of Wiltshire from the latest 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; signs of show through of ink manuscript from the verso, light soiling and minor spotting, otherwise a good example.

Size: 320 x 260mm (12½ x 10¼ inches).

Reference: 12822

Price: £75

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A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from (near) the City of Coventry to the City of Oxford.

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[LODGE, John.]

Origin: London, Gentleman's Magazine, 1771.

The canal between Coventry and Oxford, it passes Rugby, Banbury and Woodstock.

Condition: Uncoloured; signs of old folds, minor print offsetting, otherwise good.

Size: 170 x 325mm (6¾ x 12¾ inches).

Reference: 8393

Price: £55

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An Improved Map of Wilt Shire.

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BOWEN, Emanuel - KITCHIN, Thomas.

Origin: London, Carington Bowles & Robert Sayer, 1764-87.

A fine and detailed map of the county of Wiltshire, from the 'Large English Atlas'. Maps from this atlas are often difficult to date precisely, the title-page indicated that it was from the 1764 edition published by Robert Sayer, however the imprint at the bottom of the map indicates a later edition perhaps 1787.

Condition: Original outline colour; very slight soiling and marginal age-toning, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 530 x 695mm (20¾ x 27¼ inches).

Reference: 7856

Price: £320

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Banbury.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Banbury, 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: 290 x 190mm (11½ x 7½ inches).

Reference: 12080

Price: £28

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Barkshire Described.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, Cluer Dicey & Co.1770.

A map of the county with a fine inset elevation of Windsor Castle. From 'The English Atlas, or a Complete Set of Maps of all the Counties in England and Wales', a rare later edition published by Cluer Dicey in Aldermary Church Yard, London. No text on verso.

Condition: Coloured; very light marginal age-toning, otherwise a fine example on thick paper.

Size: 385 x 510mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 15624

Price: £480

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Barkshire Described.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1610-16, Latin text edition.

From Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine', the Latin edition is arguably the rarest of all editions, being produced for the overseas market. Thomas Chubb states in his book, "The Latin edition of Speed's atlas of great Britain and Ireland is extremely rare, it was not until 1918 that the British Museum obtained a copy." It is even more difficult to find examples in original colour.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning to the margins, two pin sized holes in the margins at centrefold (possibly a guide to the binder for folding), overall a fine example.

Size: 385 x 515mm (15¼ x 20¼ inches).

Reference: 15735

Price: £920

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Barkshire.

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KITCHIN, Thomas.

Origin: London, Universal Magazine, c.1760.

Printed for John Hinton 1747.

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

Size: 160 x 180mm (6¼ x 7 inches).

Reference: 9674

Price: £58

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Bedfordiensis Comitatus, Anglis Bedford Shire; Buckinghamiensis Comitatus, Anglis Buckingham Shire.

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BLAEU, Johannes.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1658, Dutch text edition.

Two maps on one sheet, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. From Blaeu's Atlas Major, with Dutch text on verso.

Condition: Fine original colour; superb condition.

Size: unknown

Reference: 10290

Price: £340

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Bercheria vernacule Barkshire.

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BLAEU, Joan.

Origin: Amsterdam, 1658, Dutch text edition.

A fine map of the county of Berkshire, figured title cartouche and the Royal Arms make up the decoration. From Blaeu's Atlas Major, with Dutch text on verso.

Condition: Fine original colour; very light age-toning, otherwise a superb example.

Size: 380 x 500mm (15 x 19¾ inches).

Reference: 10305

Price: £420

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Berkshire.

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MOLL, Herman.

Origin: London, T & J Bowles, 1724.

From 'A New Description of England and Wales, with the Adjacent Islands', with the antiquities. With a wonderful prospect of Windsor Castle.

Condition: Uncoloured; very slight age-toning and marginal defects , otherwise good.

Size: 190 x 305mm (7½ x 12 inches).

Reference: 6982

Price: £98

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Berkshire.

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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: 9930

Price: £52

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Berkshire.

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WALKER, John & Charles.

Origin: London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & 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. No publishers imprint.

Condition: Original colour lithograph; short marginal split at centrefold, otherwise very good.

Size: 325 x 395mm (12¾ x 15½ inches).

Reference: 9951

Price: £38

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Berkshire.

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WALKER, John & Charles.

Origin: London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & 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 colour lithograph; light toning at centrefold, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 325 x 395mm (12¾ x 15½ inches).

Reference: 11661

Price: £40

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Berkshire.

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OWEN, J. & BOWEN, E.

Origin: London, c.1720.

A map of Berkshire from 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd'. On the verso; the road from Oxford to Hungerford via Abingdon and Great Shelford.

Condition: Coloured; minor age-toning to margins, overall a fine example.

Size: 185 x 117mm (7¼ x 4½ inches).

Reference: 15722

Price: £35

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Buckinghá Comitatus, in qua olim infederunt Caaieuchlani.

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HOLE, William.

Origin: London, 1610.

A map of Buckinghamshire attributed to Christopher Saxton and engraved by William Hole. From the second edition of Camden's Britannia to contain maps.

Condition: Uncoloured; dark impression, three short repaired tears to margins at old folds, otherwise a good example.

Size: 280 x 290mm (11 x 11½ inches).

Reference: 6672

Price: £160

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Buckingham - Shire.

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KITCHIN, Thomas.

Origin: London, c.1748.

A decorative map of the county by Thomas Kitchin and possibly printed for John Hinton for publication in 'The Universal Magazine'.

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

Size: 200 x 155mm (7¾ x 6 inches).

Reference: 9608

Price: £56

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Buckingham 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 1574. The Saxton map is of Oxford/Bucks and Berks, therefore this example is one of the earliest separate printed maps of the county.

Condition: Uncoloured; light toning in the margins, short centrefold split (repaired). otherwise a very good example.

Size: 275 x 295mm (10¾ x 11½ inches).

Reference: 9716

Price: £220

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Buckingham.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Buckingham, 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: 320 x 200mm (12½ x 7¾ inches).

Reference: 11738

Price: £38

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Buckinghamshire.

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OWEN, J. & BOWEN, E.

Origin: London, c.1720.

From the Owen and Bowen 'Britannia Depicta', with a section of road map printed on the reverse.

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

Size: 120 x 115mm (4¾ x 4½ inches).

Reference: 3459

Price: £38

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Buckinghamshire.

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OWEN, J. & BOWEN, E.

Origin: London, c.1720.

A miniature map of the county of Buckinghamshire, from the 'Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improved' by John Owen and Emanuel Bowen. The verso has the road from Colchester and through Ipswich and Woodbridge.

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

Size: 118 x 115mm (4¾ x 4½ inches).

Reference: 15731

Price: £36

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Buckinham both Shyre, and Shire towne described.

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SPEED, John.

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

A highly decorative map with inset plans of Buckingham and Reading and coats of arms belonging to the titled families of Buckingham. The imprint reads; G. Humble as publisher.

Condition: Finely coloured; two very short marginal tears, expert restoration to lower centrefold, now hardly noticeable, otherwise a very good example printed on thick paper.

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

Reference: 7803

Price: £760

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Buckinham both Shyre, and Shire towne described.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, Thomas Bassett & Richard Chiswell, 1676.

A highly decorative map with inset plans of Buckingham and Reading and coats of arms belonging to the titled families of Buckingham.

Condition: Coloured; two small holes right on the edge of the lower margin 35 mm away from the printed surface (now expertly filled), short split at centrefold, only visible when held up to the light, minor age-toning, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 385 x 510mm (15¼ x 20 inches).

Reference: 11913

Price: £580

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Calne.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Calne, 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 good example.

Size: 310 x 185mm (12¼ x 7¼ inches).

Reference: 12362

Price: £21

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Chippenham.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Chippenham in Wiltshire, 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 195mm (11¼ x 7¾ inches).

Reference: 11958

Price: £25

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Chipping Norton.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, 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 185mm (12¼ x 7¼ inches).

Reference: 11959

Price: £25

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Comitatus Bercheriæ vulgo Barkshyre qui olim sdes Atrebatum.

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SAXTON, Christopher - HOLE, William.

Origin: London, 1607-37.

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

Condition: Uncoloured; dark impression, light age-toning, one or two minor spots and minor marginal nicks, otherwise good condition.

Size: 235 x 325mm (9¼ x 12¾ inches).

Reference: 10064

Price: £170

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Devizes.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Devizes, 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 & soiling, otherwise a very good example.

Size: 250 x 200mm (9¾ x 7¾ inches).

Reference: 11903

Price: £21

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Map of the County of Oxford, from an Actual Survey.

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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 Oxford Cathedral, also a key in the bottom right corner.

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

Size: 575 x 705mm (22¾ x 27¾ inches).

Reference: 11521

Price: £190

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Marlborough.

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DAWSON, Robert Kearsley.

Origin: London, 1832.

A plan of Marlborough, Wiltshire, 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, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 310 x 200mm (12¼ x 7¾ inches).

Reference: 11797

Price: £38

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Oxfordshire described with ye Citie and the armes of the Colleges of ye famous university A.o 1605.

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SPEED, John.

Origin: London, John Sudbury & George Humble, 1610-16 (Latin Text)

Fine decorative map of the county with 18 armorials, two scholars and a plan of Oxford. From John Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine', the Latin edition is arguably the rarest of all editions, being produced for the overseas market. Thomas Chubb states in his book, "The Latin edition of Speed's atlas of great Britain and Ireland is extremely rare, it was not until 1918 that the British Museum obtained a copy.

Condition: Coloured; short nicks and tears to the edges of the margins, all expertly repaired, bottom left corner of margin reinstated with old paper, light soiling and minor spotting to the margins (these would all be covered when mounted for framing), overall a very good example with very good side margins.

Size: 390 x 530mm (15¼ x 20¾ inches).

Reference: 15761

Price: £1650

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Oxfordshire.

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CLEGG, Ernest.

Origin: Leeds, 1947.

Drawn and designed by Ernest Clegg, this county map of Oxfordshire was produced and printed by John Waddington Ltd. Waddington's are more known for their playing card production. Although 50 years old they are in fine condition, never having seen the light of day. The map is profusely illustrated with facts and figures post war, from food production and diversity, to inventors from the area, and also famous names and places.

Condition: Bright original colour; fine condition.

Size: 520 x 390mm (20½ x 15¼ inches).

Reference: 3958

Price: £45

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Oxonii buckinghamiæ et berceriæ Comitatuum, Vna cum suis Vndiq...

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SAXTON, Christopher.

Origin: London, 1574-79.

The first printed map of the three counties of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire by Christopher Saxton. Dated 1574 it is one of the first to be done for the atlas published in 1579 (first edition). Probably engraved by Johannes Rutlinger, although there is no attribution on the map, this was suggested by R.A.Skelton and could have been due to the engraving style alone. UNCOMMON.

Condition: Original colour, with possibly some recent colour added: some age-toning to the verso, paper crease to the lower centrefold, with minor overlap, this is from the atlas binding, otherwise overall a very good example.

Size: 390 x 440mm (15¼ x 17¼ inches).

Reference: 15754

Price: £4250

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Oxonium...; Vindesorium...

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BRAUN, Georg & HOGENBERG, Franz.

Origin: Cologne, 1595-, Latin text edition.

Splendid prospects of Oxford and Windsor Castle on one sheet, published in Vol. II of Braun and Hogenberg's 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum', the first collection of town plans. Both were drawn by George Hoefnagle, one of their most important contributors. This one a later edition with the top left corner of the plate now broken off.

Condition: Coloured; some old repairs to the centrefold area, visible on the verso, light soiling and minor staining, light marginal age-toning, otherwise overall a good example.

Size: 360 x 485mm (14¼ x 19 inches).

Reference: 12902

Price: £450

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The Continuation of the Road from Buckingham to Bridgnorth in the County of Shropshire.

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[KITCHIN, Thomas.].

Origin: [London, London Magazine, c.1760.]

A strip road map after John Ogilby, showing the road from Banbury through Stratford Upon Avon, Bromsgorve and on to Bridgnorth.

Condition: Uncoloured; light age-toning and marginal spotting, otherwise very good.

Size: 105 x 190mm (4¼ x 7½ inches).

Reference: 9296

Price: £21

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The Continuation of the Road from London to Aberistwith.

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ANON.

Origin: London, c.1760.

A strip road map after John Ogilby, Covers the road from Islip to Bramyard. Passes through Enston [sic], Morton Inmarsh [sic], Pershore and Worcester. Engraver unknown, but it was published in the London Magazine.

Condition: Uncoloured; right margin trimmed, but with no loss of printed surface, light age-toning, otherwise presentable.

Size: 110 x 195mm (4¼ x 7¾ inches).

Reference: 9593

Price: £21

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The Map of Oxfordshire.

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PLOT, Dr Robert.

Origin: Oxford, c.1677.

One of the most decorative maps of Oxfordshire available, produced by Dr Robert Plot, a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford and the first keeper of the Ashmolean Museum. Engraved by Michael Burghers and surrounded by 172 coats of arms of the county's gentry and Oxford colleges. Published in Plot's 'The Natural History of Oxfordshire' from 1676, the earliest natural history of the county. The book contains a description of all parts of the county, selected historical events, people, flora and fauna and other curiosities. The work also contains descriptions and images of fossils found in the county including the first known illustration of a dinosaur bone.

Condition: Coloured; one or two short tears to the edges of the paper and now expertly repaired, signs of old folds from book, trimmed close as is often the case, but with enough blank paper to facilitate framing, overall an excellent example on thicker paper than usual.

Size: 495 x 480mm (19½ x 19 inches).

Reference: 15753

Price: £890

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The Plan of Windsor Castle.

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LANGLEY, Batty.

Origin: London 1743.

A detailed plan of Windsor Castle, with a dedication to Charles Duke of St.Albans, Govenor of Windsor Castle. With A Short Historical Account of Windsor Castle Abstracted from Lambert, Camden, Ashmole &c. Possibly a separately published broadsheet. Engraved by Tho.Langley.

Condition: Uncoloured; signs of old folds, light spotting in places, shart marginal tears (repaired) centrefold has minor crease in the title area, otherwise very good.

Size: 390 x 690mm (15¼ x 27¼ inches).

Reference: 11168

Price: £180

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Tombleson's Panoramic Map of the Thames and Medway.

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TOMBLESON, William.

Origin: London, J. Reynolds c.1860.

A later issue of this most famous panorama of the River Thames from William Tombleson's 'Picturesque Views on the Thames and Medway' originally published in 1834. The original work was announced in the October 1834 issue of the 'Monthly Literary Advertiser' as being complete. The river is displayed in great detail highlighting points of interest along its course. It extends from its source in Gloucestershire to the sea and includes the River Medway in Kent. The book proved extremely popular and as such the panorama became the most famous of many. It was updated constantly and is known in at least sixteen different states. This particular state has the addition of the railways.

Condition: Bright original hand colouring; laid on linen, with several folds as issued, folds have very slight wear as usual, some light soiling, otherwise a very good example in the original publisher's gilt cloth boards.

Size: 1280 x 250mm (50½ x 9¾ inches).

Reference: 15659

Price: £980

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Vindesor in Engellandt.

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MEISNER, Daniel. MEISNER, Daniel

Origin: Frankfurt, c.1623.

Map-view of Windsor Castle containing two figures and German verse under the image.

Condition: Uncoloured; very minor marginal spotting otherwise a fine example.

Size: 95 x 145mm (3¾ x 5¾ inches).

Reference: 9978

Price: £58

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Vindesor in Engellandt.

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MEISNER, Daniel. MEISNER, Daniel

Origin: Frankfurt, c.1623.

Map-view of Windsor Castle containing two figures and German verse under the image.

Condition: Uncoloured; very minor marginal spotting otherwise a fine example.

Size: 95 x 145mm (3¾ x 5¾ inches).

Reference: 15478

Price: £70

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Wilt - Hamp.

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PERROT, Aristide Michel.

Origin: Paris, 1823-.

A miniature map of the counties of Wiltshire and Hampshire, with highly decorative border engraved by Adrien Migneret (1786-1840), the text by George Bernard Depping.

Condition: Original outline colour; very light soiling and spotting to margins, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 115 x 75mm (4½ x 3 inches).

Reference: 11809

Price: £70

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Wilt Shire.

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MORDEN, Robert.

Origin: London, 1695-.

Published in Camden's Britannia.

Condition: Uncoloured; short tear to lower margin (repaired), light age-toning to the edges of the paper, otherwise a fine example.

Size: 340 x 410mm (13½ x 16¼ inches).

Reference: 9437

Price: £110

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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: 9522

Price: £58

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WALKER, John & Charles.

Origin: London, 1835-.

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

Condition: Original colour lithograph; fine condition.

Size: 395 x 325mm (15½ x 12¾ inches).

Reference: 10574

Price: £38

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SPEED, John.

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

Published in John Speed's atlas 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'. With a town plan of Salisbury and a vignette of Stone Henge [sic]. English text on verso and initial letter indicating the 1627-32 edition which are virtually indistinguishable out of the atlas.

Condition: Coloured; old paper repair to lower centrefold (visible on verso), very slight darkening to centrefold, light age-toning to the edges of the paper, otherwise a very good example.

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

Reference: 15757

Price: £780

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