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John Speed  -  Wales Atlas.

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John Speed - Wales Atlas.
Ref: 8982210





"The Second Booke: Containing the Principalitie of Wales: Delivering an Exact Topography of the Following Counties. Pembroke-Shire, Caermarden-Shire, Glamorgan-Shire, Brecknock-Shire, Radnor-Shire, Cardigan-Shire, Mountgomery-Shire, Merioneth-Shire, Denbigh-Shire, Flint-Shire, Caernarvon-Shire, Anglesey Isle. Delivering An exact Topographie of the Counties, Divisions of their Cantreves and Commots, Descriptions of their Cities and Shire Townes" Printed by John Dawson for George Humble, 1627. Contains the General Map of Wales and twelve (complete as list) coloured engraved county maps by John Speed, all with English text to verso. The Monmouthshire map has been added to the atlas. Occasional marginal repaired closed tears.







Price: 6,950.00
  



Humphrey Llwyd  -  Mercator/Jansson.  1636  -  1642.

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Humphrey Llwyd - Mercator/Jansson. 1636 - 1642.
Ref: 2347214

Humphrey Llwyd’s Cambriae Typus, is the earliest printed map to show Wales as a separate country. Compared to a modern map of Wales, there are a few defects and mistakes in the map including the Lleyn peninsula being distorted and bent towards the south, thus making North Wales look so much smaller and Aberdaron look to be due north of Aberayron instead of far to the west of it. The Gower peninsula is not shown. The rivers Rheidol and Ystwyth have their names transposed. This map was published in the Mercator atlas by Jansson (1636 - 1642). Referred to by Dr. North as variant B2. The quarter compass rose remains from the previous state of the map, together with a solitary sea monster. The two sailing ships from the previous state have disappeared. Clean map with very wide margins. Latin text on verso.

Approx 48.5cms by35cms.


Price: 850.00
  



Hump. Lloyd.

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Hump. Lloyd.
Ref: 8982608




A late 18th century antique stipple engraving by R. Clamp. Subject is Humphrey Llwyd, the famous Welsh cartographer, author, antiquary and Member of Parliamentr. He created 'Cambriae Typus' the earliest printed map specifically of Wales which was first published shortly before his death in 1573 by Abraham Ortelius. Cambriae Typus is the first printed map to show Wales as a separate region.




Approx 12cms by 14cms.





Price: 125.00
  



Humphrey Llwyd  -  Mercator 1607 - 1633.

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Humphrey Llwyd - Mercator 1607 - 1633.
Ref: 8990010

Humphrey Llwyd’s Cambriae Typus, is the earliest printed map to show Wales as a separate country. Compared to a modern map of Wales, there are a few defects and mistakes in the map including the Lleyn peninsula being distorted and bent towards the south, thus making North Wales look so much smaller and Aberdaron look to be due north of Aberayron instead of far to the west of it. The Gower peninsula is not shown. The rivers Rheidol and Ystwyth have their names transposed. This map is from a new plate, in its first state, which was referred to by Dr. North as Variant B1. The title cartouche has been changed as has the quarter compass in the bottom left corner with rhumb lines. Published 1607 - 1633 with later hand colouring. Margins as shown, with repair in top right corner. Overall age toned.

Approx 49cms by 39cms..


Price: 850.00
  



Humphrey Llwyd. (Mercator/Jansson 1647 - 1741)

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Humphrey Llwyd. (Mercator/Jansson 1647 - 1741)
Ref: 8982180

Humphrey Llwyd’s Cambriae Typus, is the earliest printed map to show Wales as a separate country. Compared to a modern map of Wales, there are a few defects and mistakes in the map including the Lleyn peninsula being distorted and bent towards the south, thus making North Wales look so much smaller and Aberdaron look to be due north of Aberayron instead of far to the west of it. The Gower peninsula is not shown. The rivers Rheidol and Ystwyth have their names transposed. This map was published by Jansson 1647 - 1741 with later hand colouring and was printed from the same plate as the fourth state of this map, but with a new title and scale of miles and with the stippling of the sea removed. Printer's crease in bottom left as shown and some faint age toning.

Approx 49cms by 35cms.


Price: 750.00
  



Humphrey Llwyd. (Mercator/Jansson 1647 - 1741)

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Humphrey Llwyd. (Mercator/Jansson 1647 - 1741)
Ref: 8994404

Humphrey Llwyd’s Cambriae Typus, is the earliest printed map to show Wales as a separate country. Compared to a modern map of Wales, there are a few defects and mistakes in the map including the Lleyn peninsula being distorted and bent towards the south, thus making North Wales look so much smaller and Aberdaron look to be due north of Aberayron instead of far to the west of it. The Gower peninsula is not shown. The rivers Rheidol and Ystwyth have their names transposed. This map was published by Jansson 1647 - 1741 with later hand colouring and was printed from the same plate as the fourth state of this map, but with a new title and scale of miles and with the stippling of the sea removed. Very large margins

Approx 49cms by 35cms.


Price: 750.00
  



Map to illustrate the Falls, Lakes & Mountains, of North Wales.

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Map to illustrate the Falls, Lakes & Mountains, of North Wales.
Ref: 8994402

An antique map of North Wales drawn by J. Wyld and lithographed by Thomas & Edward Gilks. London published by Longman & Co. Paternoster Row. 1845. Two vertical folds, one owhich is strengthened by archival tape on verso.

Approx 24cms by 15cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cambria sive Wallia

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Cambria sive Wallia
Ref: 8994399

An antique map of Wales with details of the east coast of Ireland and Western England. It is adorned with strapwork title cartouche that incorporates a distance scale. Published in "A Particular description of Wales" in 1635 with later hand colouring. The map was originally published in the Mercator/Hondius Atlas Minor published in Germany in 1609. English text on verso.

Approx 19cms by 13.5cms.


Price: 175.00
  



North Wales - Schenk and Valk.

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North Wales - Schenk and Valk.
Ref: 8994209


This antique map of North Wales was originally published in Jansson's "Novus Atlas-Magna Britannia" and was reissued by Schenk and Valk bearing their imprint between 1685 and 1695 with contemporary hand colouring. Good margins.

Approx 52cms by 41cms.


Price: 350.00
  



Map of South Wales with Monmouthshire.

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Map of South Wales with Monmouthshire.
Ref: 8994208



An antique map engraved by Neele published in A Tour throughout South Wales and Monmouthshire" in 1803, with contemporary hand colouring. Vertical margins as shown.

Approx 24cms by 17.5cms.


Price: 85.00
  



The Imperial Map of England and Wales according to the Ordnance Survey..... John Bartholomew F.R.G.S

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The Imperial Map of England and Wales according to the Ordnance Survey..... John Bartholomew F.R.G.S
Ref: 8993839

....., with the latest additions shewing clearly every feature of the country, Railways and their Stations, Roads, Canals, Rivers, Gentlemens Seats etc. on the scale of 4 miles to an inch by John Bartholomew F.R.G.S. Circa 1860 - 70. Sheets numbered 1-16.
Contemporary half morocco, worn with spine defficient and upper cover detached. All maps present with slight spotting and some foxing.


Price: 200.00
  



Humphrey Llwyd  -  "Cambriae Typus".

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Humphrey Llwyd - "Cambriae Typus".
Ref: 8990634

Humphrey Llwyd’s Cambriae Typus, is the earliest printed map to show Wales as a separate country. Compared to a modern map of Wales, there are a few defects and mistakes in the map including the Lleyn peninsula being distorted and bent towards the south, thus making North Wales look so much smaller and Aberdaron look to be due north of Aberayron instead of far to the west of it. The Gower peninsula is not shown. The rivers Rheidol and Ystwyth have their names transposed. This map is from the original plate, in its slightly modified form. Published in Abraham Ortelius’s Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Circa 1591 - 1612 with Latin text.
Approx 50cms by 37cms.


Price: 950.00
  



George Frederick Cruchley - Railway & Station map of North Wales with the Names of the Stations.

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George Frederick Cruchley - Railway & Station map of North Wales with the Names of the Stations.
Ref: 8993005

An antique map which was published in 1863 in "Cruchley's County Atlas of England & Wales shewing all the Railways & Stations with their names, also the Turnpike Roads and principal Cross Roads........" This is a lithographic reproduction of map in 'Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1787'. Vertical centrefold.

Approx 27cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 65.00
  



John Speed

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John Speed
Ref: 2349558



An antique map of Wales from "Theatre of Great Britaine" by John Speed, published by Thomas Bassett and Richard Chiswell in 1676 with later hand colouring. English text to verso. Wide margins with some fraying at the edges and two repairs to bottom margin near the centrefold.

Approx 51 cms by 38cms.


Price: 1,350.00
  



Englalond Anglia Anglo Saxonum Heptarchia.

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Englalond Anglia Anglo Saxonum Heptarchia.
Ref: 8992706



An antique map of England and Wales engraved by William Hole after Christopher Saxton. Published in William Camden's "Britannia" in 1637 with later hand colouring. Plate Number 1 printed in bottom left corner. Strapwork cartouche and mileage scale.


Approx 32cms by 27cms.


Price: 350.00
  



South Wales by Robert Morden.

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South Wales by Robert Morden.
Ref: 8992599



An antique map of South Wales by Robert Morden from "Camden's Britannia", which was published in 1695 with later hand colouring.

Approx 42cms by 35.5cms.


Price: 150.00
  



"Cambriae Typus Auctore Humeredo Lhuydo, Denbigiense Cambrobritanno", Mercator/Cloppenburgh

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"Cambriae Typus Auctore Humeredo Lhuydo, Denbigiense Cambrobritanno", Mercator/Cloppenburgh
Ref: 8991463


This is from the 1630 Cloppenburg version of the 'Cambriae Typus' which was the reduced form of Petrus Kaerius version of Humphrey Llwyd's original folio map.The watered silk or moire sea shading, together with the engraver's name (Petrus Kaerius) and the title outside the top border of the Cloppenburg's map have been erased in this map. Archival tape has been applied to a small area on the verso. Circa 1734 - 38.

Approx 25cms by 18.5cms.


Price: 550.00
  



Britannia Saxonia (Britain in the time of the Saxons)    1720

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Britannia Saxonia (Britain in the time of the Saxons) 1720
Ref: 8991222


An antique map of England and Wales which was engraved by 'M Burghers Univ. Oxon'. Published in "Magna Britannia et Hibernia, antiqua & nova. Or, A new survey of Great Britain. Published in 1720 with later hand colouring. Rare map with few vertical folds.

Approx 26.5cms by 18cms.


Price: 125.00
  



Wales  -  "Aleph"

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Wales - "Aleph"
Ref: 8990777




Anthropomorphic map of Wales.''Geography bewitch'd - Owen Glendowr, In Bardic grandeur, looks from shore to shore, And sings King Arthur's long, long pedigree, and cheese and leeks, and knights of high degree''.The plates in this volume are based on pictures drawn by Lilian Lancaster in her fifteenth year to amuse and entertain her sick brother.



Approx 23cms by 27.5cms.


Price: 650.00
  



A New Map of the Rivers and Sea Coast of England - Herman Moll.

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A New Map of the Rivers and Sea Coast of England - Herman Moll.
Ref: 8990353




An antique map of England and Wales showing each county and the rivers. The map was published in the 1720 edition of 'Magna Britannia Et Hibernia & Nova' with later hand colouring. Has a few horizontal and vertical folds and bottom section of right margin removed by bookbinder.



Approx 28.5cms by 29cms.




Price: 150.00
  



Principauté de Galles.  (The Principality of Wales)

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Principauté de Galles. (The Principality of Wales)
Ref: 8990270






An antique map of Wales entitled Principauté de Galles by Allain Manesson Mallet in his "Description de l'Univers". Published in 1683 (1st Edition) with later hand colouring. Text to verso. Each of the counties are named. Fine condition.




Approx 10cms by 15.5cms.






Price: 80.00
  



Map of the Ancient Provinces of Demetia & Siluria or Dyved and Syllwg........

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Map of the Ancient Provinces of Demetia & Siluria or Dyved and Syllwg........
Ref: 8990225

An original hand drawn map of South Wales "...Copd. from the original by Dd. Davies Surveyor, then copd. by H. Maurice6 October, 1805 from Theophs. Jones History of Breconshire." Shows the 'course of the Roman Roads thro. these countries. The course of the Julia Strata (red) Sarn Hellen (yellow). The other Roman Roads (black). Roman stations are identified with their Latin and Welsh names. The Sabrinum mare [sea of the Severn] is also identidied. Vertical and horizontal folds with several repaired tears to edges and archival tissue or verso.

Appreox 45cms by 36cms.'


Price: 75.00
  



Dame Venodotia, Alias Modryb Gwen; A Map of North Wales.

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Dame Venodotia, Alias Modryb Gwen; A Map of North Wales.
Ref: 8981973



A rare and unusual antique map of North Wales which was printed by lithography. It was drawn on stone by the Victorian landscape artist J.J. Dodd R.A. from a design prepared by Hugh Hughes. The map was published by H. Humphreys, Castle Square, Caernarvon in about 1854 with later hand colouring. North Wales is represented in the shape of an old woman carrying a sack on her back. The key beneath the title lists the region's towns, lakes, rivers, mountains and lighthouses. This map is rare and very difficult to acquire and is in very good condition.



Approx 23.5cms by 30cms.



Price: 1,350.00
  



Britannia 1610  -  Kip & Hole

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Britannia 1610 - Kip & Hole
Ref: 8990087


An album containing maps of Anglesey, Breconshire, Caernarvonshire, Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Glamorganshire, Merionethshire, Montgomeryshire, Pembrokeshire and Radnorshire. The maps are from William Camden's "Britannia" and was published in 1610, with later hand colouring. The maps were engraved by William Kip, William Hole and George Owen.


Price: 1,950.00
  



Pieter Van Den Keere.

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Pieter Van Den Keere.
Ref: 8990012


An antique map by Pieter Van den Keere. The maps of England and Wales were based on those of Christopher Saxton and in 1627 publisher George Humble "published a major edition of Speed's Atlas," who in turn "also issued" the van den Keere maps "as a pocket edition thereby van den Keere's works came to be known as "Miniature Speeds". This is plate Plate 44. Nice condition.

Approx 12.5cms by 8.5cms.


Price: 150.00
  



A Generall mapp of South Wales, wherin are the countyes of Glamorgan; Carmarden;Pembroke;Cardigan;Brecknock, Radnor - Richard Blome.

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A Generall mapp of South Wales, wherin are the countyes of Glamorgan; Carmarden;Pembroke;Cardigan;Brecknock, Radnor - Richard Blome.
Ref: 8989925


An antique map of South Wales by Richard Blome. Published in his 'Britannia' in 1673 with later hand colouring. A rare map with wide margins. Three vertical and one horizontal folds some of which have been strengthened on verso with archival tape..

Approx 46cms by 34.5cms.


Price: 425.00
  



A Map of Wales before and after the Invasion of the Romans  -  John Cary.

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A Map of Wales before and after the Invasion of the Romans - John Cary.
Ref: 8989915



An antique map of Wales entitled 'A Map of Wales before and after the Invasion of the Romans' with 'A Table of Reference' and and 'Explanation'. Engraved by John Cary. Circa 1795. Original colour. One soft and one sharp vertical fold.

Approx 33cms by 22cms.


Price: 85.00
  



Robert Morden - North Wales.

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Robert Morden - North Wales.
Ref: 2350806


An antique map of North Wales by Robert Morden from the second edition of Camden's Britannia, published in 1722 with later hand colouring.

Approx 43.5cms by36cms.


Price: 150.00
  



England by Robert Morden.

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England by Robert Morden.
Ref: 2349425



An antique county map from "The New Description and State of England, containing the Mapps of the Counties of England and Wales, in Fifty Three Copper-Plates, Newly Design'd, Exactly Drawn and Engraven by the best Artists." "London, Printed for Robert Morden, in Cornhill; Thomas Cockerill, at the Three Leggs and Bible against Grocers-Hall in the Poultry; and Ralph Smith, at the Bible under the Piazza of the Royal Exchange, 1701."




Approx 16.5cms by 20.5cms.


Price: 85.00
  



Cambria sive Walia.

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Cambria sive Walia.
Ref: 2346714


An attractive uncoloured map of Wales with details of the east coast of Ireland and Western England. It is adorned with strapwork title cartouche that incorporates a distance scale. The map is from the Hondius Atlas Minor in 1607. Latin text verso.

Approx 19cms by 13.5cm


Price: 175.00
  



Cambria sive Walia.

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Cambria sive Walia.
Ref: 2346710


An attractive hand coloured map of Wales with details of the east coast of Ireland and Western England. It is adorned with strapwork title cartouche that incorporates a distance scale. The map is from the Hondius Atlas Minor in 1607. Latin text verso. Archival tissue applied to verso to repair old tear which extended from the bottom margin towards the centre of the map.

Approx 19cms by 13.5cm


Price: 135.00
  



Cambria sive Walia.

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Cambria sive Walia.
Ref: 2346679


An attractive map of Wales with details of the east coast of Ireland and western England. It is adorned with strapwork title cartouche that incorporates a distance scale. The map is from the Mercator/Hondius ATLAS MINOR, published in GERMANY in 1609. Blank verso. Lacks the name Anglesey.

Approx 19cms by 13.5cms.


Price: 175.00
  



John Speed.

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John Speed.
Ref: 2348174



An antique map of Wales from "Theatre of Great Britaine" by John Speed, published by John Sudbury and George Humble in 1627 with later hand colouring. English text to verso. Very slight darkening of centrefold and minor soiling to the margins. A few small repaired tears to lower and upper margins but overall a fine dark impression.

Approx 51 cms by 38cms


Price: 1,250.00
  



Thomas Conder  -  South Wales.

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Thomas Conder - South Wales.
Ref: 8990633



An antique map is a copper plate engraving by Thomas Conder published by Alexander Hogg at the Kings Arms, No.16, Pater Noster Row, in "Antiquities of England and Wales" in 1786 with later hand colouring.

Approx 32cms by 19.5cms.


Price: 125.00
  



Thomas Conder - North Wales.

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Thomas Conder - North Wales.
Ref: 8990632



An antique map is a copper plate engraving by Thomas Conder published by Alexander Hogg at the Kings Arms, No.16, Pater Noster Row, in "Antiquities of England and Wales" in 1786 with later hand colouring.

Approx 32cms by 19.5cms.


Price: 125.00
  



John Speed.

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John Speed.
Ref: 2346654



An antique map of Wales from "Theatre of Great Britaine" by John Speed, published by Roger Rea circa 1665 with later hand colouring. This resulted in many copies of the atlas being destroyed in the Great Fire in 1666 - hence a rare edition. English text to verso. Top and bottom margins have been extended. Otherwise, good example.

Approx 51 cms by 38cms.


Price: 1,350.00
  



John Speed.

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John Speed.
Ref: 2350650



An antique map of Wales from "Theatre of Great Britaine" by John Speed, published by Thomas Bassett and Richard Chiswell in 1676 with later hand colouring English text to verso. Wide margins and fine condition and printed on thick paper.

Approx 51 cms by 38cms.


Price: 1,850.00
  



John Speed.  1st Edition.

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John Speed. 1st Edition.
Ref: 2350728



An antique map of Wales from "Theatre of Great Britaine" by John Speed, published by John Sudbury and George Humble in 1612. (1st Edition) English text to verso. Bottom 2.5 inches of centrefold strengthened on verso and two small stains either side of centrefold beneath the title.


Approx 51 cms by 38cms


Price: 1,950.00
  



John Cary  -  North Wales.

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John Cary - North Wales.
Ref: 3246



An antique map of North Wales by John Cary, published in his "Traveller's Companion or a delineation of the Turnpike Roads of England and Wales", published in 1792. Original outline colouring. Map of South Wales on verso.

Approx 9cms by 14cms.


Price: 45.00
  



John Cary  -  South Wales.

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John Cary - South Wales.
Ref: 3245



An antique map of South Wales by John Cary, published in his "Traveller's Companion or a delineation of the Turnpike Roads of England and Wales", published in 1792. Original outline colouring. Map of North Wales on verso.

Approx 9cms by 14cms.


Price: 45.00
  



John Cary  -  South Wales.

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John Cary - South Wales.
Ref: 2348102

A miniature antique map by John Cary and like all his work work, the engraving is extremely fine, and although it is a small map it is clearly defined. London, Published by G. & J. Cary, No. 86 St James's Str. Published in 1824 with original hand colouring. The title is at the top with a semicircular compass above. At the bottom there is a table of distances from London. They came about at a time when roads were being used as never before, and therefore the need for accurate road maps was imminent. Good margins and fine condition.

Approx 9cms by 14cms.


Price: 45.00
  



John Cary  -  North Wales.

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John Cary - North Wales.
Ref: 2348103

A miniature antique map by John Cary and like all his work work, the engraving is extremely fine, and although it is a small map it is clearly defined. London, Published by G. & J. Cary, No. 86 St James's Str. Published in 1824 with original hand colouring. The title is at the top with a semicircular compass above. At the bottom there is a table of distances from London. They came about at a time when roads were being used as never before, and therefore the need for accurate road maps was imminent. Good margins and fine condition.

Approx 9cms by 14cms.


Price: 45.00
  



John Cary  -  England and Wales.

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John Cary - England and Wales.
Ref: 2348106




A miniature antique map by John Cary and like all his work work, the engraving is extremely fine, and although it is a small map it is clearly defined. London, Published by G. & J. Cary, No. 86 St James's Str. Published in 1824 with original hand colouring. The title is at the top with a semicircular compass above. They came about at a time when roads were being used as never before, and therefore the need for accurate road maps was imminent. Good margins and fine condition.



Approx 9cms by 14cms.


Price: 45.00
  



John Cary  -  South Wales.

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John Cary - South Wales.
Ref: 2353728



An antique map engraved by John Cary and published in his ' New and Correct English Atlas ' on July 1st, 1809 with original outline colouring.

Approx 26.5cms by 21cms.


Price: 65.00
  



John Cary.

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John Cary.
Ref: 2350841






An antique county map of parts of Anglesey, Caernarvonshire, Denbighshire and Merionethshie published by John Cary in his ' New and Correct English Atlas ' in 1794.




Approx 20cms by 26cms.


Price: 45.00
  



John Cary  -  North Wales.

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John Cary - North Wales.
Ref: 2354183



An antique map engraved by John Cary and published in his ' New and Correct English Atlas ' on January 1st, 1793 with original outline colouring.

Approx 26.5cms by 21cms.


Price: 65.00
  



A Map of South Wales  -  Badeslade and Toms.

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A Map of South Wales - Badeslade and Toms.
Ref: 23894


This antique map of South Wales was drawn by Thomas Badeslade and appeared in his only atlas, the "Chorographia Britanniae". This was published in 1742 by W. H. Toms, who also engraved the maps.

Approx 14.5cms by 14.5cms.


Price: 65.00
  



Badeslade & Toms  -  North Wales.

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Badeslade & Toms - North Wales.
Ref: 2349215



An antique of North Wales map engraved by W.H. Toms drawn by T. Badeslade published in "Choreographia Britanniae. Or a new Set of Maps of all the Couinties of England and Wales" published in 1742. A short split to centrefold strengthened on verso with archival tape.

Approx 15cms by 14cms.


Price: 65.00
  



Badeslade & Toms  -  North Wales.

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Badeslade & Toms - North Wales.
Ref: 2351041



An antique of North Wales map engraved by W.H. Toms drawn by T. Badeslade published in "Choreographia Britanniae. Or a new Set of Maps of all the Couinties of England and Wales" published in 1742. Later coloured by hand. A short split to centrefold strengthened on verso with archival tape.

Approx 15cms by 14cms.


Price: 65.00
  



F. J. Von Reilly - Das Furstenthum Wales Nro. 85.

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F. J. Von Reilly - Das Furstenthum Wales Nro. 85.
Ref: 8989902



This antique map of Wales by Franz Johann Joseph Von Reilly entitled "Das Furstenthum Wales" shows counties, cities, towns, harbors, rivers, castles and bays. The Isle of Man in an inset in top left. The title is on a banner draped over a pedestal with broken column and decorated with leaves and flowers. The map was published in 1789. Original outline colouring.

Approx 27.5cms by 20.5cms.


Price: 175.00
  



Cornub. Devonia, Somerset etc. - Mercator Hondius.

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Cornub. Devonia, Somerset etc. - Mercator Hondius.
Ref: 8984191


Antique map Southwest England and South Wales. "Cornub. Devonia, Somerset etc.". A copper-engraving from Mercator's Atlas Minor published in Amsterdam by J. Hondius, 1609. great ornamental title-cartouche with a scale of map ("Miliaria Anglica") and 2 ships.

Approx 18cms by 13cms.


Price: 150.00
  



Thomas Moule - A comparative view of some of the principal hills in Great Britain. 'Hills peep o'er Hills / and Alps o'er Alps arise.'

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Thomas Moule - A comparative view of some of the principal hills in Great Britain. 'Hills peep o'er Hills / and Alps o'er Alps arise.'
Ref: 8982531






An antique line engraving by J. Dower after E.I. Smith published in 'Moule's English Counties'. Circa 1840 with later hand colouring. Salisbury Cathedral, Saint Paul's, Greenwich Observatory and Beachy Head have been added to the bottom of the print to give a sense of scale.




Approx 21cms by 25cms.




Price: 85.00
  



Map of the Principality of Wales and Bordering Districts. Engraved for Nicholson's Cambrian Guide by S. J. Neele.

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Map of the Principality of Wales and Bordering Districts. Engraved for Nicholson's Cambrian Guide by S. J. Neele.
Ref: 8984182




An antique map of Wales by S.J. Neele. Publisher: George NICHOLSON - editor. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown etc, Stourport: London. Circa 1813 with original hand colouring. Three vertical and one horizontal fold.




Approx 34cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



William Lewis - South Wales.

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William Lewis - South Wales.
Ref: 8983876




An antique map published in "Lewis's New Traveller's Guide, or a Pocket Edition of the English Counties, Containing all the Direct & Cross Roads in England and Wales. With the distance of each principal place from London." Published by W. Lewis, No. 21, Finch Lane, Cornhill. 1819. Contemporary hand colouring.




Approx 9.5cms by 13.5cms.







Price: 55.00
  



William Lewis  -  North Wales.

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William Lewis - North Wales.
Ref: 8983875




An antique map published in "Lewis's New Traveller's Guide, or a Pocket Edition of the English Counties, Containing all the Direct & Cross Roads in England and Wales. With the distance of each principal place from London." Published by W. Lewis, No. 21, Finch Lane, Cornhill. 1819. Contemporary hand colouring.




Approx 9.5cms by 13.5cms.






Price: 55.00
  



Pigot & Co's New Map of Wales from the latest Survey.

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Pigot & Co's New Map of Wales from the latest Survey.
Ref: 8983188





A large antique folding map of Wales, published in 'Pigot & Co.'s British Atlas'. Published in 1828 (and later) with contemporary hand colouring. A detailed map which provides information such as Mail Roads, Turnpike Roads, Rail Roads, rivers and canals.




Approx 52cms by 67cms.






Price: 225.00
  



Charles Knight  -  South Wales.

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Charles Knight - South Wales.
Ref: 8982732



An antique map of South Wales by Charles Knight, 90 Fleet Street. Circa 1852. Extending from Trerddol in the North to Barry Islans in the South and St. David's in the West to Abergavenny in the East.


Approx 24cms by 18cms.


Price: 40.00
  



A Map of North & South Wales.

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A Map of North & South Wales.
Ref: 8984164




An antique map of North and South Wales which was published in "A Guide to all the Watering and Sea-Bathing Places for 1813....." Circa 1813 with later hand colouring.




Approx 13.5cms by 17.5cms.



Price: 40.00
  



A Mapp of the Principality of South Wales by Richard Blome by his May.ties especiall Command

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A Mapp of the Principality of South Wales by Richard Blome by his May.ties especiall Command
Ref: 8982469

A very rare antique map of South Wales from "Speed's Maps Epitomiz'd" published in 1685 by Richard Blome. Most of this work was engraved by Wenceslaus Hollar, Richard Palmer, Francis Lamb, Upper left corner is a wreath round which is wound a ribbon, and having a blank cartouche and eight blank shields attached. and at bottom l of c : W.Hollar fecit. (Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677). The map extends from the Bristol Channell in the South as far north as Aberdouye on the coast. In a compartment in lower left corner is a Scale of English miles to the right of which are two ships sailing to right. Trimmed to printed border all round and two vertical folds. Evidence of old colour in blank shields.

Approx 32cms by 21cms.


Price: 600.00
  



Pieter Van Den Keere.

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Pieter Van Den Keere.
Ref: 8982311


An antique map by Pieter Van den Keere. The maps of England and Wales were based on those of Christopher Saxton and in 1627 publisher George Humble "published a major edition of Speed's Atlas," who in turn "also issued" the van den Keere maps "as a pocket edition thereby van den Keere's works came to be known as "Miniature Speeds". This is plate Plate 44. Nice condition.

Approx 12.5cms by 8.5cms.


Price: 150.00
  



Principatus Walliae pars australis vulgo South-Wales - Schenk and Valk

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Principatus Walliae pars australis vulgo South-Wales - Schenk and Valk
Ref: 8981690


This antique map of South Wales was originally published in Jansson's "Novus Atlas-Magna Britannia" and was reissued by Schenk and Valk bearing their imprint between 1686 and 1719. Shows the counties Glamorgan Carmarthen Pembroke Brecon Cardingan and Radnor. Very decorative with a number of cherubs and ships.... The colouring is original. Good margins and fine condition.

Approx 52cms by 41cms.


Price: 350.00
  



Pieter Van Den Keere.

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Pieter Van Den Keere.
Ref: 8981638


An antique map by Pieter Van den Keere. The maps of England and Wales were based on those of Christopher Saxton and in 1627 publisher George Humble "published a major edition of Speed's Atlas," who in turn "also issued" the van den Keere maps "as a pocket edition thereby van den Keere's works came to be known as "Miniature Speeds". This is plate Plate 44. Nice condition.

Approx 12.5cms by 8.5cms.


Price: 150.00
  



Principatus Walliae pars australis Vulgo South Wales

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Principatus Walliae pars australis Vulgo South Wales
Ref: 8981217




An antique map of South Wales covering the counties of Cardiganshire, Radnorshire, Breconshire, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Glamorganshire by Jan Jansson. Published in his "Novus Atlas sive Theatrum Terrarum" Circa 1650 with later hand colouring.



Approx 51cms by 40cms.


Price: 295.00
  



North Wales - Herman Moll.

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North Wales - Herman Moll.
Ref: 8980613


This antique map of North Wales was engraved by the Dutch cartographer Herman Moll and was published in 1724 in his ‘New Description of England and Wales’ an atlas of the English and Welsh counties.

Approx 32cm by 19.5cm



Price: 150.00
  



Thomas Conder - South Wales.

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Thomas Conder - South Wales.
Ref: 8980530



This antique map is a copper plate engraving by Thomas Conder published by Alexander Hogg in "Antiquities of England and Wales" in 1786.

Approx 32cms by 19.5cms.


Price: 125.00
  



Emanuel Bowen & Thomas Bowen  -  South Wales Divided into its Hundreds;

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Emanuel Bowen & Thomas Bowen - South Wales Divided into its Hundreds;
Ref: 8979809



An antique map which was published Emanuel Bowen & Thomas Bowen in 'Atlas Anglicanus, Or a Complete Sett of Maps of the Counties of South Britain........' in 1767 with original outline colouring.


Approx 32.5cms by 22.5cms.


Price: 175.00
  



John Ellis  -  A Modern Map of South Wales. Drawn from the latest Surveys, Corrected and Improved by the best Authorities.

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John Ellis - A Modern Map of South Wales. Drawn from the latest Surveys, Corrected and Improved by the best Authorities.
Ref: 8979805




An antique map published in 'Ellis's English Atlas.......' in 1766 with later hand colouring. Printed for Carington Bowles in St. Pauls Churchyard, and Robert Sayer in Fleet Street. This is Plate 52 in the atlas.


Approx 25cms by 19.5cms.


Price: 95.00
  



William Lewis  -  South Wales.

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William Lewis - South Wales.
Ref: 8980322




An antique map of South Wales published by William Lewis in 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide and Panorama of England and Wales' in 1836. Bottom margin cropped close to printed border.




Approx 9.5cms by 13cms.









Price: 30.00
  



Pieter Van Den Keere.

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Pieter Van Den Keere.
Ref: 2356728


An antique map by Pieter Van den Keere. The maps of England and Wales were based on those of Christopher Saxton and in 1627 publisher George Humble "published a major edition of Speed's Atlas," who in turn "also issued" the van den Keere maps "as a pocket edition thereby van den Keere's works came to be known as "Miniature Speeds". This is plate Plate 44. Nice condition.

Approx 12.5cms by 8.5cms.


Price: 150.00
  



William Hughes  -  North Wales.

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William Hughes - North Wales.
Ref: 2356377


An antique map of North Wales by William Hughes which was published in "The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland" in 1868. Published London. Virtue & Co. Vertical centrefold.


Approx 29.5cms by 24.5cms.


Price: 35.00
  



William Hughes  -  South Wales.

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William Hughes - South Wales.
Ref: 2356376


An antique map of South Wales by William Hughes which was published in "The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland" in 1868. Published London. Virtue & Co. Vertical centrefold.


Approx 29.5cms by 24.5cms.


Price: 35.00
  



William Lewis - South Wales.

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William Lewis - South Wales.
Ref: 8980353





An antique map published in "Lewis's New Traveller's Guide, or a Pocket Edition of the English Counties, Containing all the Direct & Cross Roads in England and Wales. With the distance of each principal place from London." Published by W. Lewis, No. 21, Finch Lane, Cornhill. 1819. Contemporary hand colouring and comes with a page of descriptive text. Slight spotting and dust soiling.



Approx 9.5cms by 13.5cms.








Price: 40.00
  



William Lewis - North Wales.

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William Lewis - North Wales.
Ref: 8980352





An antique map published in "Lewis's New Traveller's Guide, or a Pocket Edition of the English Counties, Containing all the Direct & Cross Roads in England and Wales. With the distance of each principal place from London." Published by W. Lewis, No. 21, Finch Lane, Cornhill. 1819. Contemporary hand colouring and comes with a page of descriptive text. Slight spotting and dust soiling.



Approx 9.5cms by 13.5cms.







Price: 40.00
  



Map of North Wales - Engraved for Roscoe's Wanderings & Excursions in the Principality.

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Map of North Wales - Engraved for Roscoe's Wanderings & Excursions in the Principality.
Ref: 2355956



An antique map engraved by J. Bartholomew, Edinborough. Circa 1860 with original outline colouring. Top left of left margin removed by bookbinder

Approx 38cms nby 32cms.


Price: 75.00
  



George Philip  -  North Wales.

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George Philip - North Wales.
Ref: 2355525

An antique map published by George Philip & Son, London & Liverpool, in "Philips' Atlas of the Counties of England including Maps of North & South Wales, The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man". Circa 1880. Centrefold as published.

Approx 42cms by 34cms.


Price: 40.00
  



An Accurate Map of North Wales Divided into its Counties - Large English Atlas.

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An Accurate Map of North Wales Divided into its Counties - Large English Atlas.
Ref: 2354993

"An accurate map of North Wales divided into its counties viz. Carnarvonshire, Flintshire, Denbeighshire, Merionythshire, Montgomeryshire with the Isle of Anglesey : improved from the best surveys & intelligences and illustrated with historical extracts relative to its air, soil, natural produce trade manufactures &c." This is plate 45 from the atlas by Emanuel Bowen and Thomas Kitchin published 1760 - 1763. Vertical centrefold and has a few creases. Original outline colour.

Approx 66cms by 51cms.


Price: 350.00
  



William Lewis  -  North Wales.

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William Lewis - North Wales.
Ref: 8980323




An antique map of North Wales published by William Lewis in 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide and Panorama of England and Wales' in 1836. Bottom margin cropped close to printed border.




Approx 9.5cms by 13cms.










Price: 30.00
  



George Ellis  -  South Wales.

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George Ellis - South Wales.
Ref: 2353696

An antique map engraved by James Wallis and published in "Ellis's New and Correct Atlas of England and Wales....." in 1819 with contemporary hand colouring. This atlas is a re-issue of James Wallis's "A New and Improved County Atlas" of 1812.

Approx 26.5cms by 18cms.


Price: 85.00
  



George Ellis  -  North Wales.

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George Ellis - North Wales.
Ref: 2353695

An antique map engraved by James Wallis and published in "Ellis's New and Correct Atlas of England and Wales....." in 1819 with contemporary hand colouring. This atlas is a re-issue of James Wallis's "A New and Improved County Atlas" of 1812.

Approx 26.5cms by 18cms.


Price: 85.00
  



John Bartholomew - George Philip.

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John Bartholomew - George Philip.
Ref: 2352096



An antique county map drawn and engraved by John Bartholomew published by George Philip & Son London & Liverpool, in " Philips' Handy Atlas of the Counties of England in 1879.

Approx 20.5cms by 15.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



John Bartholomew - George Philip.

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John Bartholomew - George Philip.
Ref: 2352017



An antique county map drawn and engraved by John Bartholomew published by George Philip & Son London & Liverpool, in " Philips' Handy Atlas of the Counties of England in 1879.

Approx 20.5cms by 15.5cms.


Price: 25.00
  



John Heywood  -  North Wales.

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John Heywood - North Wales.
Ref: 2351759

An antique lithographic map published in "The Travelling Atlas of England and Wales shewing the Railways, Roads, Cities, Towns, Parks, Gentlemen's Seats &c. &c." in 1858 with contemporary hand colouring. Printed and Published by John Heywood, 170, Deansgate, Manchester. Piano-key border.

Approx 19cms by 15cms.


Price: 55.00
  



John Heywood  -  South Wales.

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John Heywood - South Wales.
Ref: 2351753

An antique lithographic map published in "The Travelling Atlas of England and Wales shewing the Railways, Roads, Cities, Towns, Parks, Gentlemen's Seats &c. &c." in 1858 with contemporary hand colouring. Printed and Published by John Heywood, 170, Deansgate, Manchester. Piano-key border.

Approx 19cms by 15cms.


Price: 55.00
  



John & Charles Walker.   (North West Wales)

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John & Charles Walker. (North West Wales)
Ref: 2351656



An antique map of part of North West Wales showing the counties of Anglesey, Caernarvon and part of Merionethshire J. & C. Walker. Published in their 'British Atlas' with Longman, Rees & Co. in 1837. This proved to be a very popular atlas when published that many later editions were published in 1846, 1852, 1861 and in 1862 (when railways were added) and in 1870 when this edition was published and railways were brought up to date.

Approx 32cms by 39cms.


Price: 45.00
  



John & Charles Walker.  (North East Wales)

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John & Charles Walker. (North East Wales)
Ref: 2351657



An antique map of part of North East Wales showing the counties of Denbighshre, Flintshire, part of Merionethshire and Montgomeryshire by J. & C. Walker. Published in their 'British Atlas' with Longman, Rees & Co. in 1837. This proved to be a very popular atlas when published that many later editions were published in 1846, 1852, 1861 and in 1862 (when railways were added) and in 1870 when this edition was published and railways were brought up to date.

Approx 32cms by 39cms.


Price: 45.00
  



John & Charles Walker. (South West Wales)

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John & Charles Walker. (South West Wales)
Ref: 2351658



An antique map of part of South West Wales showing the counties of Pembrokeshire, part of Cardiganshire, part of Carmarthenshire and part of Glamorganshire by J. & C. Walker. Published in their 'British Atlas' with Longman, Rees & Co. in 1837. This proved to be a very popular atlas when published that many later editions were published in 1846, 1852, 1861 and in 1862 (when railways were added) and in 1870 when this edition was published and railways were brought up to date.

Approx 32cms by 39cms.


Price: 45.00
  



John & Charles Walker. (South East Wales)

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John & Charles Walker. (South East Wales)
Ref: 2351659



An antique map of part of South East Wales showing the counties of Radnorshire, parts of Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire, Breconshire and Glamorganshire by J. & C. Walker. Published in their 'British Atlas' with Longman, Rees & Co. in 1837. This proved to be a very popular atlas when published that many later editions were published in 1846, 1852, 1861 and in 1862 (when railways were added) and in 1870 when this edition was published and railways were brought up to date.

Approx 32cms by 39cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Principatus Walliæ pars Australis Vulgo South Wales  -  Jansson.

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Principatus Walliæ pars Australis Vulgo South Wales - Jansson.
Ref: 2350807

An antique map of South Wales covering the counties of Cardiganshire, Radnorshire, Breconshire, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Glamorganshire by Jan Jansson. Published in his "Novus Atlas sive Theatrum Terrarum" Circa 1650. Later coloured by hand. German text on verso.

Approx 51cms by 40cms.


Price: 350.00
  



Principatus Walliæ pars Borealis Vulgo North Wales  -  Jansson.

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Principatus Walliæ pars Borealis Vulgo North Wales - Jansson.
Ref: 2350796

An antique map of North Wales covering the counties of Anglesey, Caernarvon, Merioneth, Montgomery, Denbigh and Flint by Jan Jansson. Published in his "Novus Atlas sive Theatrum Terrarum" Circa 1652. Later coloured by hand. Dutch text on verso.

Approx 51cms by 40cms.


Price: 350.00
  



Principauté De Galles  -  Nicholas Sanson.

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Principauté De Galles - Nicholas Sanson.
Ref: 2350793

An antique map of Wales, entitled "Principauté de Galles ou sont les Comtés, ou Shiries de Anglesey, I. Carnarvan, Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, et Montgomery en Nort-Walles, Cardigan, Radnor, Breknock, Glamorgan, Carmarden, et Penbrock en Sout-Walles. Par le Sr Sanson d'Abbeville Geogr. ord. du Roy." Fully engraved and detailed map shows all shires plus a little of Ireland's east coast. Decorative wreath-style cartouche. Published |Paris 1658.

Approx 44cms by 37cms.


Price: 350.00
  



Joannes Blaeu.  Wallia Principatus Vulgo Wales.

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Joannes Blaeu. Wallia Principatus Vulgo Wales.
Ref: 2350438

An antique map of Wales from Blaeu's atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Arms of Wales, Bangor, St. Asaph, St. Davids and Llandaff, the Royal Arms and those of England. German Text verso. Circa 1650. Uncoloured as published.

Approx 49.5cms by 38.5cms..


Price: 750.00
  



Map of North Wales engraved for Roscoe's Wanderings & Excursions in the Principality.

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Map of North Wales engraved for Roscoe's Wanderings & Excursions in the Principality.
Ref: 2350336


An antique map of North Wales from Thomas Roscoe's "Wanderings & Excursions in the Principality." Circa 1838. Original outline colouring. Has one horizontal and three vertical folds.

Approx 38cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Henry Teesdale  -  North Wales.

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Henry Teesdale - North Wales.
Ref: 2348576

An antique map from the "New British Atlas, Containing a Complete set of County Maps, on which are delineated all the principal Cross Roads, Cities, Towns, & most considerable Villages, Parks, Rivers, Navigable Canals & Railroads". Published by Henry Teesdale & Co., 302, Holborn in 18129. Original colouring.

Approx 41cms by 34cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Laurie & Whittle.  South Wales.

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Laurie & Whittle. South Wales.
Ref: 2348484

An antique map published in Laurie & Whittle's 'New and Improved English Atlas Divided into Counties' in 1807. Original outline colouring. These maps were first published in "The Universal Magazine" and are engraved by Benjamin Baker. Some age toning and occasional spotting. A few soft vertical creases.

Approx 22cms by 18cms.


Price: 125.00
  



Laurie & Whittle.   North Wales.

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Laurie & Whittle. North Wales.
Ref: 2348483

An antique map published in Laurie & Whittle's 'New and Improved English Atlas Divided into Counties' in 1807. Original outline colouring. These maps were first published in "The Universal Magazine" and are engraved by Benjamin Baker. Some age toning and occasional spotting. Old crease passing vertically through Anglesey down through the title.

Approx 22cms by 18cms.


Price: 95.00
  



Neele  -  North Wales.

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Neele - North Wales.
Ref: 2348183


An antique map of North Wales engraved by Neele which was published by James Dugdale in his "The New British Traveller or Modern Panorama of England and Wales". Published by J. Robins & Co. Albion Press, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, London in 1819. All margins trimmed close to printed borders.

Approx 24cms by 20cms.


Price: 55.00
  



Benjamin Pitts Capper.

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Benjamin Pitts Capper.
Ref: 2348154


An antique map of Wales by Benjamin Pitts Capper, who compiled only one atlas, "A Topographical Dictionary of the United Kingdom", Published January 1st, 1808 by R. Phillips, Bridge, Street, Blackfriars, London. The success of this atlas is reflected in the number of subsequent editions. The map was engraved by H. Cooper. Full original colour.


Approx 18cms by 21cms.


Price: 55.00
  



To Sir Watkin Williams Wynn Bart., this map of North Wales is respectfully inscribed by his obliged and obedient servant  John Evans.

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To Sir Watkin Williams Wynn Bart., this map of North Wales is respectfully inscribed by his obliged and obedient servant John Evans.
Ref: 2347986

John Evans, of Llwynygroes, Llanymynech, was born in 1723. He prepared the large Map of North Wales, engraved by his neighbour, Robert Baugh, and published it in 1795. An edition of this map on a reduced scale (about three miles to the inch) also engraved by Baugh, was not published until 1797 , two years after his death. A second edition of the reduction was published in August 1802 which included the addition below the scale of miles of an explanation of turnpike roads, crossroads and intended roads. Inset view of Conway Castle in the bottom left corner. Linen-backed, original case, case worn & split at one seam.

Approx 74cms by 63.5cms


Price: 350.00
  



Johannes BLAEU  -   Wallia Principatus vulgo Wales.

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Johannes BLAEU - Wallia Principatus vulgo Wales.
Ref: 2347213

Principatus Vulgo Wales, double-page engraved map, hand-coloured [Amsterdam, 1645 or later] with decorative title and dedication cartouches, coats-of-arms and ships. Old colour, possibly original . Some foxing and soiling along the outer edges of the very wide margins otherwise a good example. One of the most decorative and colourful maps of Wales available. From Blaeu's Atlas Major, with Latin text on verso. Bottom right cartouche highlighted in gold.

Approx 39cms by 50cms


Price: 850.00
  



A New Map of South Wales, Containing the Counties of Radnor, Brecknock, Glamorgan, Carmathen, Pembroke, & Cardigan Drawn from Actual Surveys with various Improvements -  Thomas Kitchin

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A New Map of South Wales, Containing the Counties of Radnor, Brecknock, Glamorgan, Carmathen, Pembroke, & Cardigan Drawn from Actual Surveys with various Improvements - Thomas Kitchin
Ref: 2346971

The map is beautifully engraved with a fine title cartouche and vignette of St. David's Cathedral. A note below the vignette tells of the decline of St. David's. Published by Emanuel Bowen and Thomas Kitchin in 'The Royal English Atlas' in 1762 which contained 44 maps, each adorned with views of Cathedrals. Printed for Thos. Kitchin at the Star Holborn Hill, H. Overton without, Newgate, R. Sayer & J. Ryall in Fleet Street, Carington Bowles in St. Paul's Church Yard, John Bowles & H. Parker in Cornhill.

Approx 50.5cms by 42cms.


Price: 395.00
  



Map of South Wales with Monmouthshire.

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Map of South Wales with Monmouthshire.
Ref: 2344693


An antique map by Neele which was published in "A Tour Throughout South Wales and Monmouthshire" by J.T. Barber F.S.A. in 1803 with original outline colouring.

Approx 24cms by 17cms.


Price: 85.00
  



Wales  -  G. & W.B. Whittaker .

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Wales - G. & W.B. Whittaker .
Ref: 12759




An antique map of Wales published by G. & W.B. Whittaker in 1824.



Approx 18cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Laurie and Whittle  -  South Wales.

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Laurie and Whittle - South Wales.
Ref: 6713



An antique map of South Wales engraved by Benjamin Baker and published by Robert Laurie and James Whittle in 1806.

Approx 22cms by 18cms.


Price: 65.00
  



North and South Wales by John Harrison.

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North and South Wales by John Harrison.
Ref: 3880





An antique map of North Wales and another of South Wales, drawn by J. Haywood and engraved by G.S. Allen printed for John Harrison in 1791.




Price: 150.00
  



J. & C. Walker - South Wales.

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J. & C. Walker - South Wales.
Ref: 2839



This antique map from the British Atlas was published by J & C Walker in 1837 and shows the Roads, Railways, Canals, Parks, Boundaries and Boroughs etc . It was compiled from the maps of the Board of Ordnance and other trigonometrical surveys.



Approx 32cms by 39cms.


Price: 25.00
  


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