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Tome III. No. 42. Carte pour l'introduction a l'Histoire d'Angleterre
Chatelain Henri, 1684-1...
Tome III. No. 42. Carte...
1720
Historical Atlas
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Author [Chatelain Henri, 1684-1743, Gueudeville, Nicolas]
Full Title Carte pour l'introduction a l'Histoire d'Angleterre ou l'on Voit son Premier Gouvernement et l'etat abrege de cette Monarchie sous les Empereurs Romains, et sous les Rois Saxons. Carte De La Grande Bretagne Sous La Domination Des Empereurs Romains. Tome 2. No. 42. (to accompany) Atlas Historique ... Seconde partie. Tome III. A Amsterdam, chez L'Honore & Chatelain. M DCC XX (1720).
List No 13272.243
Note Engraved folded map of Great Britain under Roman occupation, with inset map: Carte D'Angleterre Sous La Domination Des Rois Saxons. Map is surrounded by the portraits of the Saxon Kings and Queens of England. Includes descriptive text and tables. Relief shown pictorially. Vol. 2 called "Tome II, Premiere partie". Vol. 3 called "Tome II, seconde partie."
Tome III. No. 43. Nouvelle carte d'Angleterre, d'Ecosse et d'Irlande
Chatelain Henri, 1684-1...
Tome III. No. 43. Nouve...
1720
Historical Atlas
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Author [Chatelain Henri, 1684-1743, Gueudeville, Nicolas]
Full Title Nouvelle carte d'Angleterre, d'Ecosse et d'Irlande : avec des instructions pour connoitre les differents etats de la couronne d'Angleterre en Europe, Asie, Afrique, et Amerique. Tome 2.No. 43. (to accompany) Atlas Historique ... Seconde partie. Tome III. A Amsterdam, chez L'Honore & Chatelain. M DCC XX (1720).
List No 13272.244
Note Engraved folded map of the British Isles, with inset maps of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres "Mappe-Monde ou partie du globe pour faire connoitre les etats de l'Angleterre dans l'Amerique". "Mappe-Monde pour connoitre les etats de l'Angleterre en Europe, en Asie et en Afrique". Includes descriptive text, tables and coats of arms for England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Vol. 2 called "Tome II, Premiere partie". Vol. 3 called "Tome II, seconde partie."
Tome III. No. 50. Carte du Gouvernement Ecclesiastique d'Angleterre
Chatelain Henri, 1684-1...
Tome III. No. 50. Carte...
1720
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Author [Chatelain Henri, 1684-1743, Gueudeville, Nicolas]
Full Title Carte du Gouvernement Ecclesiastique d'Angleterre - L'ordre de cette assemblee, accompagne de trophees a la gloire des savans et des illustres corps qui font honneur a la Grande Bretagne. Tome 2. No.50. (to accompany) Atlas Historique ... Seconde partie. Tome III. A Amsterdam, chez L'Honore & Chatelain. M DCC XX (1720).
List No 13272.261
Note Engraved vignettes depicting the meeting of the English clergy. On either side of the central image are two engravings depicting Oxford and Cambridge, with the portraits of academic figures and coats of arms.Includes historical text and tables. Vol. 2 called "Tome II, Premiere partie". Vol. 3 called "Tome II, seconde partie."
An accurate map of Great Britain, France & Ireland, with part of Spain, Germany, Denmark & c.
Laurie, Robert; Whittle...
An accurate map of Grea...
1794
Separate Map
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Author [Laurie, Robert, Whittle, James]
Full Title An accurate map of Great Britain, France & Ireland, with part of Spain, Germany, Denmark & c. : Shewing at one view the true bearing and horizontal distance of any place within 700 miles of London : drawn from the best authorities. Published 12th May, 1794 by Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London.
List No 13366.000
Map of the county of Bedford
Greenwood, Charles; Gre...
Map of the county of Be...
1829
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Author [Greenwood, Charles, Greenwood, John, 1791-1867]
Full Title Map of the county of Bedford : from an actual survey, made in the year 1825 ... Corrected to the present period & published January 26, 1831. (to accompany) Atlas of the Counties of England, by C. & J. Greenwood. Published by proprietors Greenwood & Co., London. Engraved by J. & C. Walker. April 1st. 1834.
List No 13302.003
Note Engraved hand colored map. Include inset view of Woburn Abbey. The seat of His Grace the Duke of Bedford. Creighton, del. Includes explanation and compass rose oriented with north to the upper left. Relief shown by hachures.
Map of the county of Berks
Greenwood, Charles; Gre...
Map of the county of Be...
1829
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Author [Greenwood, Charles, Greenwood, John, 1791-1867]
Full Title Map of the county of Berks : from an actual survey, made in the year 1822 & 1823 ... Corrected to the present period , July 4th. 1829. (to accompany) Atlas of the Counties of England, by C. & J. Greenwood. Published by proprietors Greenwood & Co., London. Engraved by J. & C. Walker. April 1st. 1834.
List No 13302.004
Note Engraved hand colored map, with inset: Detached parts of Berks. Include inset view of East view of Windsor Castle. Includes explanation and compass rose oriented with north to the upper center. Relief shown by hachures.
Map of the county of Buckingham
Greenwood, Charles; Gre...
Map of the county of Bu...
1834
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Author [Greenwood, Charles, Greenwood, John, 1791-1867]
Full Title Map of the County of Buckingham : from an actual survey made in the years, 1832 & 1833 ... Corrected to the present period & published April 1st. 1834. (to accompany) Atlas of the Counties of England, by C. & J. Greenwood. Published by proprietors Greenwood & Co., London. Engraved by J. & C. Walker. April 1st. 1834.
List No 13302.005
Note Engraved hand colored map, with insets: Detached parts of Berks and East view of Stowe House. G. Richards del. Includes explanation and compass rose oriented with north to the upper right. Relief shown by hachures.
1. England. St. George Wins the Victory over the Dragon.
Hoskyn, E.L.; Lancaster...
1. England. St. George ...
1912
Geography Book
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Author [Hoskyn, E.L., Lancaster (Tennant), Lilian, 1852-1939]
Full Title 1. England. St. George Wins the Victory over the Dragon.
List No 12068.003
Pl. 1. Pt. I. A draught of the sands, shoals, buoys, beacons & sea marks from the coast of the England
Mount, John; Page, Thom...
Pl. 1. Pt. I. A draught...
1752
Chart Atlas
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Author [Mount, John, Page, Thomas, 1704-1762, Mount and Page]
Full Title A draught of the sands, shoals, buoys, beacons & sea marks from the coast of the England from the south Foreland to Orford. (to accompany) The English pilot for the Southern navigation .... London : Printed for J. Mount and T. Page, on Tower Hill. M,DCC,LII (1752).
List No 13251.005
Note Double page engraved navigation chart, with 2 insets: The River Thames and continuation of map. Depths shown by soundings. Showing the course of the principal tracts and their distances from place to place. Includes decorative title and scale bar cartouche, compass rose and vignettes of light houses and sailing ships.
Pl. 2. Pt. I. A chart for the Newcastle trade
Mount, John; Page, Thom...
Pl. 2. Pt. I. A chart f...
1752
Chart Atlas
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Author [Mount, John, Page, Thomas, 1704-1762, Mount and Page]
Full Title A chart for the Newcastle trade describeing the sea coasts of England from the south foreland to New-Castle wth. the soundings, sands, shoals, harbours, buoys, beacons and seamarks upon the said coast. Sold by R. Mount and T. Page, London. (to accompany) The English pilot for the Southern navigation .... London : Printed for J. Mount and T. Page, on Tower Hill. M,DCC,LII (1752).
List No 13251.009
Note Folded engraved navigation chart of Eastern England, with 3 insets: A Chart of Yarmouth Sands -- The River Tine and coast from Sunderland to Blyth -- Harwich and Hanford Water. Includes compass rose. Depths shown by soundings. Showing the course of the principal tracts and their distances from place to place.
A new map of England
Cary, John, ca. 1754-18...
A new map of England
1809
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Author Cary, John, ca. 1754-1835
Full Title A new map of England, from the latest authorities. By John Cary engraver 1809. London. : Published by J. Cary ..., June1st. 1809. (to accompany) Cary's new English atlas : being a complete set of county maps, from actual surveys, corresponding in size with his general atlas ...
List No 13082.004
Note Copperplate engraving hand-colored map of England and Wales. Shows administrative boundaries, cities, towns, roads and rivers. Prime meridian is Greenwich.
Composite Map: Paleontological Map of the British Islands.
Johnston, Alexander Kei...
Composite Map: Paleonto...
1850
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Author [Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871, Forbes, Edward]
Full Title (Composite Map) Paleontological Map of the British Islands.
List No 12509.039
A Dunlop map of the West Country LE 50/32
Nicholls, Denys; Xenia;...
A Dunlop map of the Wes...
1950
Ephemera
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Author [Nicholls, Denys, Xenia, Hart, J.R., Laba, Maurice, Tooby, Ray]
Full Title A Dunlop map of the West Country which includes the Doone country and the Hardy country. Denys Nicholls. J. Howitt & Son Ltd. Printers. England. (cover title) Art reproduction. (on verso) Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd., Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, 24. (inset) Cornwall.
List No 11560.003
Note color pictorial folded map 22x20 on sheet 24x57, with text and color views on recto and verso by Denys Nicholls. Map showing administrative boundaries, roads, place names, and landmarks. Includes title cartouche, compass rose and coat of arms.
A Dunlop map of Central London and its literary associations, LE 50/34
Nicholls, Denys; Xenia;...
A Dunlop map of Central...
1950
Ephemera
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Author [Nicholls, Denys, Xenia, Hart, J.R., Laba, Maurice, Tooby, Ray]
Full Title A Dunlop map of Central London and its literary associations. Xenia. J. Howitt & Son Ltd. Printers. England. (cover title) Art reproduction. (on verso) Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd., Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, 24.
List No 11560.005
Note Color pictorial folded map 22x20 on sheet 24x57, with text and color views on recto and verso by Xenia. Map showing roads, place names and landmarks. Includes compass rose and coat of arms. Shows historic locations in addition to purely literary ones. It illustrated with little vignettes portraits of important people in English literature.
Tombleson's panoramic map of the Thames and Medway
Tombleson, William; Rey...
Tombleson's panoramic m...
1840
Case Map
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Author [Tombleson, William, Reynolds, James]
Full Title Tombleson's panoramic map of the Thames and Medway. London : Published by J. Reynolds. New Edition. (Cover title) Panoramic map of the River Thames.
List No 11589.003
Note New edition folded panoramic pictorial map of the Thames River 128x25, chromolithographed, steel engraved. Extending from its source in Gloucestershire to the sea. Shows in detail the towns, countryside, landmarks, railways, bridges, and roads. Includes distances and list of important landmarks. Bound in black embossed hard covers with title embossed on the front cover in gilt. Date estimated.
South Britain.
Cary, John
South Britain.
1787
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Author Cary, John
Full Title South Britain.
List No 12501.006
Title Page: Carte de France divisee en XXXI Gouvernements militaires, et en ses Provinces
Cassini, Cesar-Francois...
Title Page: Carte de Fr...
1754
Regional Atlas
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Author [Cassini, Cesar-Francois, Julien, Roch-Joseph]
Full Title (Title Page to) Atlas geographique et militaire de la France divise en 2 parties. A Paris : Chez R.J. Julien, a l’hotel de Soubise, 1751. Carte de France divisee en XXXI Gouvernements militaires, et en ses Provinces ... Dressee sur les meilleures Cartes qui ont parues jusqu'a present, et sur la Carte des Triangles en XVIII petites Feuilles, Levee Geometriquement, par ordre du Roi, et mise au jour par Mr. Cassini de Thury. Par ... R. J. Julien ... Augmentee en 1754. (with) Parties des Cotes d' Angleterre et de Normandie.
List No 11937.004
Note Geographic and military Atlas of France part 2 with two engraved title pages. The first part: Map of France divided into XXXI Governments and Military provinces, dated 1754, by Cassini de Thury, include new engraved ornate title page with allegorical figures, 24 double-page sheets, chiefly outline hand colored detailed regional maps of France and 6 pages of engraved tables. Maps showing the main war places and maritime towns on the Kingdom's borders, fortified towns, principal cities, with their longitudes and latitudes, rivers, lakes and mountains. Relief shown pictorially. Part 2 with maps and descriptions of 110 war locations and cities. Includes index map: Carte de France : Reduitte sur celle de XXIV feuilles pour servir a les assembler, 1754. Atlas bound in half leather and marble paper covered boards with title “Atlas G. et M. de la Fran.” in gilt on spine.
Chronologie d'Angleterre
Renaudot, Claude, 1765–...
Chronologie d'Angleterr...
1781
Timeline
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Author Renaudot, Claude, 1765–1790
Full Title Chronologie d'Angleterre, appliquee a la Genealogie des Rois, Princes et Princesses qui ont eu des pretentions sur cette couronne.
List No 13017.000
Note Uncolored pictorial timeline map and genealogical chart in the form of a tree detailing the genealogy of the Monarchs of England and Scotland from 440 up to George III, 1760. Made by Claude Renaudot, a lawyer and historian who published under the pseudonym ‘Mazaroz’, created the chart in Paris in the decade leading up to the French Revolution, published in Paris in 1781 by Mondhare. While the present chart is separately issued and is a complete work in and of itself, Renaudot (as ‘Mazaroz’) also issued an extremely rare book explaining the time chart and the chronology of the British monarchy.
Composite map: 1-3. The road from London to Aberistwith
Senex, John (1680-1740)...
Composite map: 1-3. The...
1780
National Atlas
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Author [Senex, John (1680-1740), Wilkinson, Robert, Ogilby, John (1600-1676)]
Full Title (Composite map) The road from London to Aberistwith : on the sea coast com. Cardigan, wherein are included the roads to Oxford and Worcester, Actually surveyed. I. Senex Sculpt. (to accompany)The roads through England delineated, or, Ogilby's survey : revised, improved, and reduced to a size portable for the pocket by John Senex, F.R.S. ... Publish'd ... 1st May 1780, by R. Wilkinson ... Cornhill, London.
List No 2634.011
Note Composite to sheets 1-3, road from London to Aberistwith.
Tallis's illustrated plan of London and its environs
Rapkin, J.; Lacey, H.
Tallis's illustrated pl...
1851
Pocket Map
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Author [Rapkin, J., Lacey, H.]
Full Title Tallis's illustrated plan of London and its environs : in commemoration of the great exhibition of industry of all nations, 1851. The illustrations drawn & engraved by H. Lacey. The plan drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin. Published by John Tallis & Co. London & New York. (cover title) Tallis's illustrated plan of London, 1851.
List No 11711.002
Note Detailed full color pocket decorative map of London, one of the most decorative of all of Tallis' City Plans, on sheet 56x75. Dissected into 18 section, backed with linen, folded into red covers 19x13, with title "Tallis's illustrated plan of London, 1851" embossed in gilt with gilt decorations, on front and blind stamped on back cover, same stamp as front. Map borders with 48 city views, extending to Hammersmith in the west, clockwise to Cricklewood, Hampstead, Stamford Hill, Leytonstone, Greenwich, Peckham, Battersea Rise and Parson's Green. Shows color coded boundaries of boroughs, roads, streets, city blocks, buildings, landmarks, parks and places of interest. Relief shown by hachures. Includes legend.
A new chart of the River Thames. With its entrances
Imray, James
A new chart of the Rive...
1852
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Author Imray, James
Full Title A new chart of the River Thames. With its entrances : Drawn from the latest authorities. London : Published by James Imray Navigation Warehouse and Nautical Academy, 102, Minories. (insets) Harwich Harbour. (with) Continuation of the River. (to accompany) Imray's New North Sea and Coasting Pilot.
List No 11518.002
Note Navigation chart of the Thames River with 2 insets and notes. Showing all the harbors, rivers, bays, roads, rocks, sands, buoys, beacons, sea-marks, depths of water, latitude, bearings and the course of the principal tracts and their distances from place to place in English miles. Includes notes, describing the setting and flowing of the tides; with directions for the knowing of any place, and how to harbor a ship. Depths shown by soundings. "Ptice 5s - with Strait of Dover & book of directions, 8 S."
A new chart of the East Coast of England : From Orfordness to Flamboro Head
Imray, James; Hewett; W...
A new chart of the East...
1852
Chart Atlas
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Author [Imray, James, Hewett, Washington]
Full Title A new chart of the East Coast of England : From Orfordness to Flamboro' Head; from the survey of Commanders Hewett and Washington R. N. London : Published by James Imray Navigation Warehouse and Nautical Academy, 102, Minories. (insets) River Humber. (with) Yarmouth and Lowestoft Roads. (to accompany) Imray's New North Sea and Coasting Pilot.
List No 11518.003
Note Navigation chart of the East Coast of England, with 2 insets and views of Cromer Lighthouse south and Hunstanton Lighthouse and notes. Showing all the harbors, rivers, bays, roads, rocks, sands, buoys, beacons, sea-marks, depths of water, latitude, bearings and the course of the principal tracts and their distances from place to place in English miles. Includes notes, describing the setting and flowing of the tides; with directions for the knowing of any place, and how to harbor a ship. Depths shown by soundings.
A new chart of the East Coast of England and Scotland
Imray, James; Hewett; S...
A new chart of the East...
1852
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Author [Imray, James, Hewett, Slater]
Full Title A new chart of the East Coast of England and Scotland from Flamborough Head to the Orkneys. Drawn from the survey of Commanders Hewett and Slater R. N. London : Published by James Imray Navigation Warehouse and Nautical Academy, 102, Minories. (5 insets) (to accompany) Imray's New North Sea and Coasting Pilot.
List No 11518.004
Note Navigation chart of the East Coast of England and Scotland with 5 insets, 4 profile views, and notes. Showing all the harbors, rivers, bays, roads, rocks, sands, buoys, beacons, sea-marks, depths of water, latitude, bearings and the course of the principal tracts and their distances from place to place in English miles. Includes notes, describing the setting and flowing of the tides; with directions for the knowing of any place, and how to harbor a ship. Depths shown by soundings. "Price 5s."
Isles Britanniques
Sanson, Nicolas, 1600-1...
Isles Britanniques
1648
Regional Atlas
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Author Sanson, Nicolas, 1600-1667
Full Title Isles Britanniqves. P. N. Sanson le fils. (to accompany) L'Evrope. Dediee a Monseigneur. Monseigneur le Tellier, secret. d'estat &c. Par N. Sanson le fils Geographe du Roy. A Paris chez l'autheur avec privilege pour 20 ans.
List No 11573.007
Note Copper engraved double page, hand colored in outline map, with decorative cartouche. Showing political divisions, major cities, towns, villages, rivers, mountains, drainage, etc. Relief shown pictorially.
A picture map of Birmingham in 1730
Sleigh, Bernard; Dent, ...
A picture map of Birmin...
1923
Book Map
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Author [Sleigh, Bernard, Dent, Robert K., Ellis, I. A., Kynoch Press]
Full Title A picture map of Birmingham in 1730. Imagined & drawn from city records by Bernard Sleigh and lettered by I.A. Ellis. 1923. (to accompany) A picture map of the city of Birmingham in the year 1730. Imagined and designed by Bernard Sleigh from official records. Printed by the Kynoch Press A.D. 1924. and published by Cornish Bros. Limited 39 New Street. (Half title page) A picture map of the city of Birmingham in the year 1730. Imagined and designed by Bernard Sleigh; With an introductory note by Bernard Sleigh and historical notes by Robert K. Dent. (on verso) Printed and made in England at the Kynoch Press.
List No 11558.008
Note Pictorial panoramic map of the city of Birmingham 32x47, with 6 pages of introductory note and woodblock illustration of the old Crown Inn by Bernard Sleigh and historical note by Robert K. Dent, bound in blue paper cover boards with half leather spine. Map is in full color, with decorative borders. Showing Birmingham in 18th. Century, by B. Sleigh and lettered by I.A. Ellis, depicting buildings, landmarks, roads, rivers, and farms. Includes coat of arms and historical notes.
1. England.
Lancaster (Tennant), Li...
1. England.
1868
Geography Book
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Author [Lancaster (Tennant), Lilian, 1852-1939, Harvey, William (pseudonym "Aleph") 1796-1873]
Full Title 1. England.
List No 12069.007
(Allegorical Map of England and Wales).
Thornhill, J.B.
(Allegorical Map of Eng...
1922
Separate Map
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Author Thornhill, J.B.
Full Title (Allegorical Map of England and Wales).
List No 12148.000
Composite: Parte meridionale del Regno D'Inghilterra. Parte settentrionale del regno d'Inghilterra
Coronelli, Vincenzo (16...
Composite: Parte meridi...
1697
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Author [Coronelli, Vincenzo (1650-1718), Accademia cosmografica degli Argonauti.]
Full Title (Composite to) Parte meridionale del Regno D'Inghilterra. Parte settentrionale del regno d'Inghilterra. Descrutto, e dedicato dal P. Coronelli, cosgrafo della serenissima Republica di Venetia. All illustrissimo, et eccellentissimo signore Angelo Morosini, caualiere, e procuratore di S. Marco, etc. (to accompany) Isolario descrittione geografico-historica, sacro-profana, antico-moderna ... e in supplimento dei XIV volumi del Bleau. Tomo II dell' Atlante veneto. Opera, e Studio del P. Maestro Vincenzo Coronelli ... A Spese dell Auttore MDCLXXXXVI. (inset) Isole Britanich.
List No 11391.013
Note Composite to sheets 2-3 and 6-7 of England.
The Kingdome of Great Britaine and Ireland.
Speed, John, 1542-1629
The Kingdome of Great B...
1676
World Atlas
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Author Speed, John, 1542-1629
Full Title The Kingdome of Great Britaine and Ireland.
List No 12058.014
Principal eminences of the British Islands
Reynolds, James; Emslie...
Principal eminences of ...
1852
School Atlas
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Author [Reynolds, James, Emslie, John]
Full Title Principal eminences of the British Islands. London, Published by James Reynolds 174 Strand. March 3, 1852. Drawn and engraved by John Ernslie. (to accompany) Geological Diagrams.
List No 0848.002
Note Engraved color view by John Emslie illustrating Ben Nevis, Snowdon and Scafell Pike, the highest mountains in Scotland, Wales and England respectively, as well as the heights of other significant locations in the British Isles. Includes notes: "The smaller figures denote the geological formations of the hills".
The Country Bus-Services Map, London and Vicinity.
Gill, Leslie MacDonald,...
The Country Bus-Service...
1928
Separate Map
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Author Gill, Leslie MacDonald, 1884-1947
Full Title The Country Bus-Services Map.
List No 9607.000
Note Black and white. This is an artist's proof, without the colors added. The result is very striking, showing the overall design very clearly.
Post Office Wireless Stations, (Great Britain).
Gill, Leslie MacDonald,...
Post Office Wireless St...
1939
Separate Map
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Author Gill, Leslie MacDonald, 1884-1947
Full Title Post Office Wireless Stations.
List No 9606.000
Composite: England and Wales, Sheets 1 - 146. Ordnance Survey, Popular Edition One-Inch Maps.
Ordnance Survey Office;...
Composite: England and ...
1923
National Atlas
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Author [Ordnance Survey Office, Great Britain, Ordnance Survey]
Full Title (Composite map of) England and Wales, Sheets 1 - 146. Ordnance Survey, Popular Edition One-Inch Maps.
List No 7805.153
Note Composite of all the sheets (1 - 146) of the Popular Edition maps of England and Wales. Date used is the year of publication of the facsimile source of the index map: Hodson, Yolande. 1999. Popular Maps, The Ordnance Survey Popular Edition One-Inch Map of England and Wales, 1919-1926. London: The Charles Close Society. We are grateful for the assistance of Christopher Fleet, Senior Map Curator at the National Library of Scotland, and his staff in the georeferencing of this map.
Covers: Underground : Map of the electric railways of London
Gill, Leslie MacDonald,...
Covers: Underground : M...
1921
Pocket Map
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Author Gill, Leslie MacDonald, 1884-1947
Full Title (Covers to) Underground : What to see & how to travel. Map of the electric railways of London. Electric Railway House, Broadway, Westminster, S.W. "1,000,000 9-3-21." (on verso) Underground : Map of the electric railways of London. MacDonald Gill 1920. the Dangerfield Printing Co. LTD., London.
List No 8059.001
Note Panel title. with text, note and 7 maps.
Text Page: Underground : Map of the electric railways of London
Gill, Leslie MacDonald,...
Text Page: Underground ...
1921
Pocket Map
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Author Gill, Leslie MacDonald, 1884-1947
Full Title (Text Page to) Underground : What to see & how to travel. Map of the electric railways of London. Electric Railway House, Broadway, Westminster, S.W. "1,000,000 9-3-21." (on verso) Underground : Map of the electric railways of London. MacDonald Gill 1920. the Dangerfield Printing Co. LTD., London.
List No 8059.002
Note Text, note and maps of station name leading to famous streets buildings, and attractions, Theatre plan and key, and key map showing main line railway: connections with the main line termini.
Underground : Map of the electric railways of London
Gill, Leslie MacDonald,...
Underground : Map of th...
1921
Pocket Map
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Author Gill, Leslie MacDonald, 1884-1947
Full Title Underground : Map of the electric railways of London. MacDonald Gill 1920. the Dangerfield Printing Co. LTD., London. (on verso : panel title) Underground : What to see & how to travel. Map of the electric railways of London. Electric Railway House, Broadway, Westminster, S.W. "1,000,000 9-3-21."
List No 8059.003
Note Color map, on sheet 28x34.5, folded into self wrapped cover, 14x8.5. Showing the Underground routes and stations, with notes on ticketing and schedule. On verso, small maps depicted as mini temples with each station name leading to famous streets buildings, and attractions, Theatre plan, and key map. Includes text, notes.
Composite: Devon Sheets 20 to 27 and title.
Great Britain. Ordnance...
Composite: Devon Sheets...
1809
National Atlas
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Author [Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, Mudge, William (1762-1820), Colby, Thomas, Baker, Benjamin, Great Britain. Board of Ordnance]
Full Title (Composite of) Devon Sheets 20 to 27 and title.
List No 6745.010
Note Published Oct. 11, 1809, by Lt. Coll. Mudge, Tower. A composite image of all eight sheets of the Devon map, including the title sheet. State 1, Margary.
England, Wales, Composite: Outline Sheets 1 - 360.
Ordnance Survey Office
England, Wales, Composi...
1900
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Author Ordnance Survey Office
Full Title England, Wales, (Composite 0f) Outline Sheets 1 - 360.
List No 6751.001
Note A composite image of all outline sheets with contours in the Revised New Series. The Ordnance Survey One-inch Revised New Series, England and Wales, was published between 1892-1908, in both outline sheets with contours and hill shaded sheets. This set of 691 maps is owned by the National Library of Scotland (NLS). Scans and georeferenced images were generously provided to us in 2014 as part of a joint project under the guidance of Christopher Fleet, Senior Map Curator at the NLS. A few sheets of the set are from the 3rd edition of the one inch maps, published in the early 1900's. For more detailed information on the Revised New Series, see the excellent summaries and map presentations on the NLS website, http://maps.nls.uk/os/one-inch-rev-new-series/index.html
England, Wales, Composite: Hill Sheets 1 - 360.
Ordnance Survey Office
England, Wales, Composi...
1900
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Full Title England, Wales, (Composite 0f) Hill Sheets 1 - 360.
List No 6751.002
Note A composite image of all hill sheets in the Revised New Series. 4 hill sheets were missing from this set and we have substituted the corresponding outline sheets to fill in the composite. The Ordnance Survey One-inch Revised New Series, England and Wales, was published between 1892-1908, in both outline sheets with contours and hill shaded sheets. This set of 691 maps is owned by the National Library of Scotland (NLS). Scans and georeferenced images were generously provided to us in 2014 as part of a joint project under the guidance of Christopher Fleet, Senior Map Curator at the NLS. A few sheets of the set are from the 3rd edition of the one inch maps, published in the early 1900's. For more detailed information on the Revised New Series, see the excellent summaries and map presentations on the NLS website, http://maps.nls.uk/os/one-inch-rev-new-series/index.html
Composite: London 753 Sheets.
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Composite: London 753 S...
1896
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Full Title (Composite of) London 753 Sheets.
List No 6752.001
Note A composite image of 753 of 759 sheets in the London, Five feet to the Mile set. The Ordnance Survey London, Five feet to the Mile maps were published between 1893-1896, using a process pioneered by the Ordnance Survey called photozincography, a form of lithography. This set of 753 maps is owned by the National Library of Scotland (NLS). Scans and georeferenced images were generously provided to us in 2014 as part of a joint project under the guidance of Christopher Fleet, Senior Map Curator at the NLS. A few sheets of the set are from the 3rd edition of the one inch maps, published in the early 1900's. For more detailed information on the London, Five feet to the Mile maps, see the excellent summaries and map presentations on the NLS website, http://maps.nls.uk/os/london-1890s/index.html
Composite: England and Wales, New Popular One-Inch Map, Sheets 64-190 (114 sheets).
Great Britain. Ordnance...
Composite: England and ...
1947
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Author Great Britain. Ordnance Survey
Full Title (Composite Map of) England and Wales, New Popular One-Inch Map, Sheets 64-190 (114 sheets).
List No 6917.120
Note This composite map of all 114 sheets of the New Popular edition Ordnance Survey Maps of England and Wales was generously provided to us by the National Library of Scotland, Christopher Fleet, Senior Map Curator. For more information on this composite map see the NLS website, http://maps.nls.uk/os/one-inch-new-popular/index.html
Composite: Sheets 2 - 15. Ordnance Survey of England and Wales.
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Composite: Sheets 2 - 1...
1891
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheets 2 - 15. Ordnance Survey of England and Wales.
List No 8742.017
Covers: The County of Kent, with part of the County of Essex
Mudge, William, 1762-18...
Covers: The County of K...
1801
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Author [Faden, William, 1750?-1836, Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, Mudge, William, 1762-1820]
Full Title (Covers to) General survey of England and Wales : an entirely new & accurate survey of the County of Kent, with part of the County of Essex done by the surveying drafsmen of His Majesty's Honourable Board of Ordnance ; on the basis of the trigonometrical survey carried on by their orders under the direction of Captn. W. Mudge of the Royal Artillery, F.R.S. ; Thos. Foot, engraver. London : Published by W. Faden, Geographer to His Majesty and to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Charing Cross, January 1st, 1801.
List No 8534.001
Note First map issued by the Ordnance Survey, although published by William Faden. The is an early Margary state without the Royal Military Canal (completed in 1809), When the Ordnance Survey adopted the grid system for its maps in 1805, these four sheet lines for Kent were superseded by slightly different sheet lines. Description: uncolored map of the County of Kent in England and part of the County of Essex on sheet 118x176. Dissected to 32 sections, 30x22, and mounted on linen, placed in leather case 31x23. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian is Greenwich. Map showing roads, towns and villages, farmlands and topographical features. Includes Coat of arms at head of title. In lower right corner "To the most noble Charles Marquis Cornwallis and the rest the principal officers of His Majesty's Ordnance this map is respectfully dedicated by their most obedient & faithful servant W. Mudge, Drawing Room Tower, January 1st 1801".
The County of Kent, with part of the County of Essex.
Mudge, William, 1762-18...
The County of Kent, wit...
1801
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Author [Faden, William, 1750?-1836, Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, Mudge, William, 1762-1820]
Full Title General survey of England and Wales : an entirely new & accurate survey of the County of Kent, with part of the County of Essex done by the surveying drafsmen of His Majesty's Honourable Board of Ordnance ; on the basis of the trigonometrical survey carried on by their orders under the direction of Captn. W. Mudge of the Royal Artillery, F.R.S. ; Thos. Foot, engraver. London : Published by W. Faden, Geographer to His Majesty and to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Charing Cross, January 1st, 1801.
List No 8534.002
Note First map issued by the Ordnance Survey, although published by William Faden. The is an early Margary state without the Royal Military Canal (completed in 1809), When the Ordnance Survey adopted the grid system for its maps in 1805, these four sheet lines for Kent were superseded by slightly different sheet lines. Description: uncolored map of the County of Kent in England and part of the County of Essex on sheet 118x176. Dissected to 32 sections, 30x22, and mounted on linen, placed in leather case 31x23. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian is Greenwich. Map showing roads, towns and villages, farmlands and topographical features. Includes Coat of arms at head of title. In lower right corner "To the most noble Charles Marquis Cornwallis and the rest the principal officers of His Majesty's Ordnance this map is respectfully dedicated by their most obedient & faithful servant W. Mudge, Drawing Room Tower, January 1st 1801".
A map of Yorkshire produced by British Railways. Estra Clark, 1949
Clark, Estra; British R...
A map of Yorkshire prod...
1949
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Author [Clark, Estra, British Railway Executive]
Full Title A map of Yorkshire produced by British Railways. Estra Clark, 1949. Published by the Railway Executive (Eastern and North Eastern Regions). Waterlow & Sons Ltd., London and Dunstable. Printed in Great Britain. (P.P. 1096).
List No 8029.000
Note Pictorial map of the county, to promote rail travel to and within Yorkshire. With emphasis upon British history and industry. Shows railway system, points of interest, notes, and vignettes illustrating "West Riding Industry" with mill worker, miner etc., North Eastern railway, the Arms of London and Northeastern Railways, Arms of the Ridings, Farming & Fishing" with fishermen etc. Relief shown pictorially.
Covers: The County of Kent, with part of the County of Essex
Mudge, William, 1762-18...
Covers: The County of K...
1809
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Author [Faden, William, 1750?-1836, Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, Mudge, William, 1762-1820]
Full Title (Covers to) General survey of England and Wales : an entirely new & accurate survey of the County of Kent, with part of the County of Essex done by the surveying drafsmen of His Majesty's Honourable Board of Ordnance ; on the basis of the trigonometrical survey carried on by their orders under the direction of Captn. W. Mudge of the Royal Artillery, F.R.S. ; Thos. Foot, engraver. London : Published by W. Faden, Geographer to His Majesty and to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Charing Cross, January 1st, 1801.
List No 6736.001
Note First map issued by the Ordnance Survey, although published by William Faden. The is the Margary state 4 showing the Royal Military Canal (completed in 1809), so actually issued c 1809. When the Ordnance Survey adopted the grid system for its maps in 1805, these four sheet lines for Kent were superseded by slightly different sheet lines. Description: uncolored map of the County of Kent in England and part of the County of Essex on sheet 118x176. Dissected to 32 sections, 30x22, and mounted on linen, placed in green cardboard marble case 31x23. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian is Greenwich. Map showing roads, towns and villages, farmlands and topographical features. Includes Coat of arms at head of title. In lower right corner "To the most noble Charles Marquis Cornwallis and the rest the principal officers of His Majesty's Ordnance this map is respectfully dedicated by their most obedient & faithful servant W. Mudge, Drawing Room Tower, January 1st 1801".
The County of Kent, with part of the County of Essex.
Mudge, William, 1762-18...
The County of Kent, wit...
1809
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Author [Faden, William, 1750?-1836, Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, Mudge, William, 1762-1820]
Full Title General survey of England and Wales : an entirely new & accurate survey of the County of Kent, with part of the County of Essex done by the surveying drafsmen of His Majesty's Honourable Board of Ordnance ; on the basis of the trigonometrical survey carried on by their orders under the direction of Captn. W. Mudge of the Royal Artillery, F.R.S. ; Thos. Foot, engraver. London : Published by W. Faden, Geographer to His Majesty and to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Charing Cross, January 1st, 1801.
List No 6736.000
Note First map issued by the Ordnance Survey, although published by William Faden. The is the Margary state 4 showing the Royal Military Canal (completed in 1809), so actually issued c 1809. When the Ordnance Survey adopted the grid system for its maps in 1805, these four sheet lines for Kent were superseded by slightly different sheet lines. Description: uncolored map of the County of Kent in England and part of the County of Essex on sheet 118x176. Dissected to 32 sections, 30x22, and mounted on linen, placed in green cardboard marble case 31x23. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian is Greenwich. Map showing roads, towns and villages, farmlands and topographical features. Includes Coat of arms at head of title. In lower right corner "To the most noble Charles Marquis Cornwallis and the rest the principal officers of His Majesty's Ordnance this map is respectfully dedicated by their most obedient & faithful servant W. Mudge, Drawing Room Tower, January 1st 1801".
44. Cheltenham.
Geological Survey of Gr...
44. Cheltenham.
1879
Geologic Atlas
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Author [Geological Survey of Great Britain and Ireland, Great Britain, Ordnance Survey Office]
Full Title 44. Cheltenham.
List No 6913.076
Note Paper.
Composite: Sheets 1 - 21, Plan of York, 1852
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Composite: Sheets 1 - 2...
1852
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Author [Great Britain. Ordnance Survey, Tucker, Henry]
Full Title (Composite to) (Sheets 1 - 21) York. Surveyed in 1850, by Captain Tucker; R.E. Engraved in 1851, under the direction of Captain Yolland, R.E. at the Ordnance Map Office, Southampton, and Published by Lt. Colonel Hall R.E. Superintendent, 1st. Sept., 1852.
List No 6740.022
Note This set of large scale plans of York, Yorkshire, was surveyed between 1849 and 1851 by Captain Tucker R.E. for the Ordnance Map Office. Hand colored highly detailed, folded to 66.5x49, mounted on cloth. Shows roads, railroad, rivers, telegraph lines, layout of buildings, arched passage, churches. Buildings are colored red for masonry and gray for those of wood or iron construction, with glass buildings shown by cross-hatching. etc. The Plan is drawn at a scale of five feet to one statute mile, or 60 inches to 1 mile (1:1056). Each sheet was sold for 2 shillings. The Plan was published in 21 separate sheets in September and October 1852. The sheets show in great detail the built city of York at the time of industrialization in the mid 19th century. The Ordnance Survey mapped about 4,000 cities and towns in England and Wales at a scale of 1:1056 in the 1850's and towards the end of the 19th century mapped many at the larger scale of 1:500. Of this set, sheets 5 and 12 are imaged from copies at the National Library of Scotland.
(6) Angliae, Scotiae Et Hiberniae.
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527...
(6) Angliae, Scotiae Et...
1570
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Author Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598
Full Title Angliae, Scotiae Et Hiberniae, Sive Britannicar: Insularum Descriptio. Cum Priuilegio. Britannia olim insularum Occidentis et Septentrionis maxima & potentiss.est.cuius potiorem hodie partem Angliam vocamus, ab Anglis videlicet Saxonum gente, quae sub Valentiniano eam ingressa, tenuit. Haec veteribus Albion dicebatur, ad differentiam, quum reliquae oês eò tractu Britannicae dicebantur. Ab Occasu vicinam habet Hiberniam, hodie Irlandiam appellatam; & regibus Angliae subditam.
List No 10000.021
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