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A large 17th century Copper Engraved Map of Yorkshire by Jan Jannson with early hand colouring.
Map with margins measures approx 22 x 18 inches
An uncommon large decorative map of Yorkshire ...
Grenville Collins - Milford Haven. An antique sea chart from ‘The Great Britain’sCoasting Pilot by Captain Grenville Collins who was commissioned by Charles II in 1676 and appointed by Samuel ...
An antique map of Wales from ‘Theatre of Great Britaine’ By John Speed, published by Thomas Bassett and Richard Chiswell by 1676. Later coloured by hand, English text to verso. ...
This 1637 edition map of Wiltshire appeared in William Camdens Brittaia Atlas published between 1607-1637 and was engraved by William Kip and William Hole. The 1637 edition is identifiable by ...
Original Map of Monmouthshire by Robert Morden, published circa 1720 with Early Hand Colouring.
Map measures approx 16.5 x 14 inches
An original 18th century map with fine detail and good ...
Original 18th century Italian Map of the Southern part map of England & Wales by Antonio Zatta, published 1778 with early hand colouring.
Map measures approx 16 x 12 inches ...
Original Large 1680 John Ogilby Road Map London to Holyhead, the continuation of the road. Published London circa 1680, with early Hand Colouring.
Map with margins measures approx 18 ...
Original 17th Century Map of the middle part of Galloway, Scotland by J. Blaeu published circa 1654.
Early Hand Colouring.
Map measures approx 21 x 17 inches & ...
Offered for sale is this early 20th Century 'Paris Transport Map' in oak frame.
Copper engraving, hand coloured, map of Staffordshire by Robert Morden (1650-1703). Morden was a British bookseller, publisher, and maker of maps and globes. He contributed maps to William Camden's ...
Large 1834 map of Bedford by C & J Greenwood with early hand colouring.
Map with margins measures approx 32 x 25 inches.
A large decorative map by Greenwood ...
Thomas Moule Map of Derbyshire. With Vignettes of Chatsworth, Peak Cavern Matlock and All Saints Church. Derby.
Thomas Moule published his series of English County Maps between 1830-1832. Later publications until ...
Map of Leicestershire by Thomas Moule. Vignettes of Belvoir Castle, Ulverscroft Abbey, Donnington Castle.
Thomas Moule born 1784 in Marylebone, London. His series of county maps first published between 1830-1832 were ...
Early hand coloured Victorian map of Gloucestershire dated 1839 by J & C Walker, a company which produced maps and engravings from 1820-1895. They published maps of India, America, ...
Of local Oxfordshire interest! A 200 year old map of Oxfordshire from Joseph Skelton's "Engraved Illustrations of the Antiquities of Oxfordshire" dated 1827. The paper has become a little mottled, ...
During the action, Zealous overcame the French Guerrier before pursuing two undamaged enemy ships as they escaped. Hood was subsequently charged by Nelson with maintaining the blockade of the Egyptian ...
Map of Worcestershire by John Rocque, circa 1750.
An original 18th century map of Worcestershire with early hand colouring, later frame and card mount.
Map measures approx 8 x 7 inches, frame ...
Framed and glazed Map of Worcestershire, Badeslade & Toms, hand coloured, published 1741.
An original 18th century map of Worcestershire with early hand colouring, later frame and card ...
Large 1834 map of Buckinghamshire published by Greenwood & Co, London with early hand colouring.
Extremely large wall hung map of Scotland showing great detail. Linen backed onto paper - wooden slat top and bottom with scroll ends as per photo. Still with great colours. ...
This is a rare and fascinating map of Norfolk by Robert Morden, and is a first edition from 1695. It is mounted in a glazed frame. Robert Morden (1650 - ...
A fine and unusual Victorian period map sampler of Europe. The sampler is worked in silks on linen with a large border of trailing vines. There is a central floral ...
A fine and rare eighteenth century map sampler of Europe. The sampler is worked in silks on linen, in various colours. There are some great details with random cities picked ...
Published Circa 1880 Third Edition.
An Original late 19th Century Folded Map of London and backed on Lined, recent Professionally framed and mount.
A Rare and impressive Railway Map ...
John Seller (1632-97) was an English compiler of maps and charts from Wapping, who became hydrographer to the King in 1671. He was tried for high treason in 1662- ...
Christopher Saxton (1543-1610) was born in Yorkshire and is thought to have studied surveying at Cambridge. His first maps are dated 1574. Later, William Hole and William Kip ...
This is a mid 19th century map of Middlesex by Joshua Archer. who was an important cartographer of the mid-Victorian period. Middlesex, of course, then included London, the centre of ...
Dated 4th May 1830, this antique map of Gloucestershire was "drawn under the superintendance of T L Murray" who published "An Atlas of the English Counties" in 1830
Copper engraving, hand coloured, by Robert Morden (1650-1703). Morden contributed maps to William Camden's "Britannia", one of the best known 17th/18th century atlases. There were four editions of ...
This bound collection of maps date from the first half of the nineteenth century. All have some hand-colouring. The binding looks to be original with stiff marbled boards and a ...
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