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Stebunheath Divided into Hamlets' dating from around 1755.
Super John Stow plan with a table of the names of the streets, courts and alleys.
Super map showing Hever, Chidingstone, Westerham, Brasted and Eatonbridge (Edenbridge? Fine copper plate engraved map of Dorsetshire by Thomas Kitchin from 'England Displayed being a new and Complete and Accurate Survey and Description of the Kingdom of England and the Principality of Wales' published by John Rocque in 1769.
Fine copper plate engraved map of Somersetshire by Thomas Kitchin from 'England Displayed being a new and Complete and Accurate Survey and Description of the Kingdom of England and the Principality of Wales' published by John Rocque in 1769.
Teesdale flourished between 18 with this particular map coming from his 'New English Atlas'.
We have others from this atlas, Middlesex, South Wales and Dorset, in our 'UK Maps' section.
John Ogilby (1600–1675) was a cartographer best known for publishing the first British road atlas. Ref no: 3265 Price: £30.00 Original lithographic map titled ‘Suburbs of London, Sheet 3, of Bromley & Blackwall & C’ by Edward Weller.
His printing works were opened in Whitefriars, London just after the 1666 Great Fire from where his renowned 1675 Britannia Atlas was produced. Ref no: 3264 Price: £SOLD Early copper plate engraved map of Essex containing the Borough and Market Towns by John Cowley. The map, which has later hand colouring, is on laid paper and a little grubby but generally in good condition. The map was published in the Weekly Dispatch Atlas around 1862/1863.
Early copper plate engraving showing the canals around London.Published I Stockdale in Piccadilly in 1794, the map was engraved by J Mutlow.Towns featured include Burnley, Keighley, Skipton, Ormskirk and Chorley. We have two others from this series, 'From the Trent to the Mersey' and Manchester to Runcorn' on the next page.The map, which is hand coloured, is a little discoloured but otherwise in good condition. An interesting item showing Bow Creek and the River Lea and the various docks along the River Thames. Depping’s ‘Ou Description Historique et Topographique Du Royaume Uni de la Grande-Bretagne’.The docks include the East India, Import and Export, as well as the West India Basin and Reservoir. Copper plate engraved map titled ‘A Map of the Hundred of Little and Lesnes and the Hundred of Dartford and Wilmington’ from Edward Hasted’s ‘The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent’.
Published around 1810 the map was engraved by Neele.