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William Lewis.

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William Lewis.
Ref: 8980383





An antique county 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: 35.00
  



Cockermouth Town Plan  -  R.K. Dawson.

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Cockermouth Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8980011



A detailed plan showing the existing boundaries and the proposed boundary changes produced by Lieutenant Robert Kearsley Dawson, Royal Engineers, whose distinctive signature appears on each of these maps and plans. These maps and plans were the result of the Reform Bill of 1831 and the Boundaries Act of July, 1831. Circa 1832 - 37 with original colouring. Some offsetting.


Approx 28cms by 27 cms.




Price: 45.00
  



George Carrington Gray.

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George Carrington Gray.
Ref: 2455570




An antique county map by George Carrington Gray which was published in his 'Gray's New Book of Roads. The Tourist and Traveller's Guide to the Roads of England and Wales and Part of Scotland on an Entirely new Plan.....' Published in 1824 with later hand colouring.The map is a reprint of the one issued in 'The Modern British Traveller , or Tourist's Pocket Directory' by George Alexander Cooke 1802 - 1810.




Approx 10.5cms by 12cms.






Price: 45.00
  



James Pigot & Co.

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James Pigot & Co.
Ref: 2356847




An antique county map published in 'Pigot & Co.'s British Atlas comprising the Counties of England, upon which are laid all the Railways completed and in Progress'. A detailed map of the county which provides information on the county such as rivers and canals, and railway network data. Published in 1839 with contemporary hand colouring. The original page of text which accompanies this map shows the statistics from the Census Return of 1831 and is included in the purchase. Inset view of Carisle Cathedral.




Approx 22.5cms by 35.5cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Perrot.

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Perrot.
Ref: 2355756



This rare and curious antique map of Cumberland and Westmorland was produced from the research of Aristide Michael Perrot and engraved by Adrien Migneret, was published in G. B. Depping's L'Angleterre. Ou Description Historique et Topographique Du Royaume Royaume Uni De La Grande-Bretagn in 1823. This map, a copper plate engraving, has original outline hand colouring. Some maps show a single county, but more often two or more counties were joined to form a group which is similar in industry, agriculture and terrain.






Approx 8cms by 11.5cms.




Price: 95.00
  



George Philip.

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George Philip.
Ref: 2355491





An antique county 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 34cms by 42cms.





Price: 35.00
  



Archibald Fullarton.

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Archibald Fullarton.
Ref: 2355327



This antique county map was published in the "Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales" in 1843 with later hand colouring. This map is the same as those issued in 'A New Comprehensive Gazetteer of England' by James Bell 1833 - 34. They now have railways added. A vignette view of Carlisle from the North East in bottom right corner. Horizontal centrefold as published.



Approx 19cms by 23.5cms.



Price: 45.00
  



Samuel Tymms.

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Samuel Tymms.
Ref: 2354411




An antique map from 'The Family Topographer' by Samuel Tymms. Published by J.B. Nichols & Son, 25, Parliament St. London in 1837. This work was prepared in circuits, Home Circuit, Western Circuit, Norfolk Circuit, Oxford Circuit, Midland Circuit and the Northern Circuit.





Approx 7.5cms by 12.5cms.





Price: 40.00
  



George Ellis.

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George Ellis.
Ref: 2353655




An antique county 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 18cms by 26.5cms.








Price: 65.00
  



John Cowley.

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John Cowley.
Ref: 2353325





An antique county map by John Cowley. Published in "The Geography of England: Done in the manner of Gordon's Geographical Grammar" and printed for R. Dodsley at Tully's Head, in Pall Mall in 1744 with later hand colouring.



Approx 13.5cms by 15.5cms.





Price: 85.00
  



Caudebec Fells

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Caudebec Fells
Ref: 2353113


An antique map showing Caudebec Fells and a plan of an engine for raising water. Published in Gent. Magazine in 1747. Left margin cropped very close to border.

Approx 19cms by 10.5cms.


Price: 65.00
  



James Pigot.

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James Pigot.
Ref: 2353110




An antique county map of Cumberland from "Pigot & Co.'s British Atlas". It contains a vignette of Carlisle Cathedral in the top left hand corner. Circa 1830-32 with early hand colouting. Laid on card.



Approx 22cm by 36cm


Price: 75.00
  



John Cary.

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John Cary.
Ref: 2353109





An antique county map of Cumberland published by John Cary in his ' New and Correct English Atlas ' September 1st, 1787. Original outline colouring.




Approx 21cms by 26.5cms.




Price: 55.00
  



Thomas Moule.

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Thomas Moule.
Ref: 2353108



An antique map of the county prepared by the antiquary Thomas Moule originally engraved by W. Schmollinger for 'English Counties Delineated' in 1833. Decorated with six coats of arms, an ornate gothic border, and a large vignette view of Carlisle., the present version, showing some development of the railway system, is dated to about 1840. Tipped with gold and silver paint. The line from Carlisle to Lancaster had not been opened. Fine condition.




Approx 19cms by 26.5cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Sidney Hall.

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Sidney Hall.
Ref: 2353107




An antique county map of Cumberland engraved by Sidney Hall, published by Chapman and Hall, 186 Strand, July, 1830 in "A Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland" by John Gorton. Two horizontal as shown..




Approx 24cms by 19cms.



Price: 40.00
  



Edward Stanford - Cumberland, Cockermouth and Egremont.

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Edward Stanford - Cumberland, Cockermouth and Egremont.
Ref: 2352882




An antique county map included in Stanford's Parliamentary County Atlas of England and Wales. Constructed on the basis of the Ordnance Survey and the Census; produced by lithographic transfer and published by Edward Stanford, Stanford's Geographical Establishment, 55 Charing Cross, London, 1885.



Approx 10cms by 18cms.






Price: 30.00
  



The Lake District of Cumberland, Westmorland & Lancashire.

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The Lake District of Cumberland, Westmorland & Lancashire.
Ref: 2352301


An antique map of "The Lake District of Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire" scale about 5 miles to 1 inch, engraved by S Hall, Bury Street, Bloomsbury, London, published by A and C Black, Edinburgh. Circa 1850 with later hand colouring.

Approx 18.5cms by 15cms.


Price: 30.00
  



John Bartholomew - George Philip.

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John Bartholomew - George Philip.
Ref: 2352075






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 15.5cms by 20.5cms.


Price: 25.00
  



William Hughes.

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William Hughes.
Ref: 2352071






An antique county map engraved by William Hughes in "A New County Atlas of Great Britain" in 1873. Published 'London Virtue & Co'. Publisher's name does not appear on the map.





Approx 24cms by 30.5cms.





Price: 35.00
  



Laurie & Whittle.

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Laurie & Whittle.
Ref: 2348444






An antique county 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.




Approx 18cms by 22cms.


Price: 95.00
  



Robert Morden.

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Robert Morden.
Ref: 2350025




This antique county map of Cumberland by Robert Morden was first published in 1701 in a work entitled "The New Description and State of England" however, a subsequent edition by Herman Moll in 1708 added a compass indicator and other detail. The colouring is later.



Approx 21.5cms by 16cms


Price: 85.00
  



Thomas Conder  -  A New Map of Cumberland and Westmorland.

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Thomas Conder - A New Map of Cumberland and Westmorland.
Ref: 11921



An antique county map of Cumberland and Westmorland by Thomas CONDER who was an important engraver of the middle and late eighteenth century. His antique maps are copper-plate engravings and usually they contain a decorative title cartouche with a vignette view typical of the county.Circa 1784. Later coloured by hand. Trimmed to right border as usual.

Approx 15.5cms by 19cms.



Price: 55.00
  



Francis Sidney Weller - William Mackenzie

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Francis Sidney Weller - William Mackenzie
Ref: 2352052






An antique county map by Francis Sidney Weller, F.R.G.S. Published by William Mackenzie, London, Edinburgh & Glasgow. in "The Comprehensive Gazetteer of England & Wales." Circa 1893 - 1895.
There is overprinted colour to identify Parliamentary divisions.with scale below and Key to railways, roads and canals.



Approx 21.5cms by 28cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Edward Stanford.    Cumberland, Eskdale and Penrith.

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Edward Stanford. Cumberland, Eskdale and Penrith.
Ref: 2352024



An antique county map published by Edward Stanford, Stanford's Geographical Establishment, 55 Charing Cross, London, 1885. Produced by lithographic transfer. A scale of miles is engraved around the borders of all these County maps.

Approx 24cms by 18cms.


Price: 30.00
  



John Heywood.

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John Heywood.
Ref: 2351740




An antique lithographic county 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 15cms by 19cms.


Price: 50.00
  



John Bill.

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John Bill.
Ref: 2351590


This antique county map of Cumberland is from a rare little atlas entitled "The Abridgement of Camden's Britannia" and was published by John Bill in 1626with later hand colouring. These maps were the first county maps to show reference to latitude and longitude in the left and bottom margins. Has two vertical and two horizontal folds in the margin.

Approx 12cms by 8.5cms.


Price: 495.00
  



Thomas Kitchin.  1786.

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Thomas Kitchin. 1786.
Ref: 2350939





An antique county map of Cumberland by Thomas Kitchin which appeared in Boswell's Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and Wales. Shows the Arms of Carlisle.Published under the inspection of Henry Boswell in 1786. Later coloured by hand. Printed for Alex Hogg ( a reprint of Kitchin's map published in the London Magazine (1747) .




Approx 20cms by 18.5cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Cumberland by J. & C. Walker.

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Cumberland by J. & C. Walker.
Ref: 2350687




An antique county map engraved by John & Charles Walker which was published in "The British Atlas" in 1851 by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Co. Showing the Roads, Railways, Canals, Parks, Boundaries & Boroughs &c. Original outline and wash hand colouring.




Approx 32cms by 39cms.


Price: 60.00
  



Carlisle Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.

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Carlisle Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8980027



A detailed plan showing the existing boundaries and the proposed boundary changes produced by Lieutenant Robert Kearsley Dawson, Royal Engineers, whose distinctive signature appears on each of these maps and plans. These maps and plans were the result of the Reform Bill of 1831 and the Boundaries Act of July, 1831. Circa 1832 - 37 with original colouring. Some offsetting.

Approx 35cms by 28 cms.





Price: 45.00
  



Lewis' Topographical Dictionary

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Lewis' Topographical Dictionary
Ref: 2350432





An antique county map drawn by R. Creighton and engraved by T. Starling, Wilmington Square, London. Published in the "Atlas to the Topographical Dictionaries of England and Wales" by S. Lewis and Co., 13, Finsbury Place, South in 1849. Original outline colour. One horizontal fold.





Approx 23.5cms by 29.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Map of the coal fields of Northumberland, Cumberland and Durham

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Map of the coal fields of Northumberland, Cumberland and Durham
Ref: 2350229

Reduced from the Geological Survey Maps and Prof. Ramsay's Map of England and Wales. Illustration from The National Encyclopaedia. Published William Mackenzie of London, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Circa 1870. Explanation of the various colours in top right corner.

Approx 21.5cms by 12.5cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Cumberland by Robert Morden.

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Cumberland by Robert Morden.
Ref: 2349397



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
  



Badeslade & Toms.

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Badeslade & Toms.
Ref: 2349191



An antique county 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. Short split to centrefold strengthened with archival tape.


Approx 15cms by 14cms.


Price: 60.00
  



A Map of Cumberland from the best Authorities  -  John Cary.

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A Map of Cumberland from the best Authorities - John Cary.
Ref: 2349010

An antique county map published in "Britannia : or, a Chorographical Description of the flourishing kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland" by William Camden. Translated by Richard Gough and illustrated with maps engraved by John Cary. Published in 1789.

Approx 50.5cms by 40cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Hobson's Fox Hunting Map.

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Hobson's Fox Hunting Map.
Ref: 2348299


An antique county map by J. & C. Walker, published in 'Hobson's Fox-Hunting Atlas; containing separate Maps of every County in England and the three Ridings of Yorkshire; comprising forty-two maps, showing the Roads, Railways, canals, Parks, etc., etc' . Hobson used maps printed from the Walkers' lithographic plates, and added features relevant to fox-hunting: the territory of each hunt is outlined in watercolour, and the places of meets are indicated by black spots. Circa 1870. Original outline colouring. Some offsetting.

Approx 32cms by 39cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Neele.

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Neele.
Ref: 2348203






An antique county map 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 20cms by 24cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Benjamin Pitts Capper.

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Benjamin Pitts Capper.
Ref: 2348112

An antique county map 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 10.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Kirby Kendal Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.

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Kirby Kendal Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8980139





A detailed plan showing the existing boundaries and the proposed boundary changes produced by Lieutenant Robert Kearsley Dawson, Royal Engineers, whose distinctive signature appears on each of these maps and plans. These maps and plans were the result of the Reform Bill of 1831 and the Boundaries Act of July, 1831. Circa 1832 - 37 with original colouring. Some offsetting.






Approx 18cms by 29 cms.










Price: 65.00
  



William Lewis.

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William Lewis.
Ref: 8980330





An antique county map published by William Lewis in 'Lewis's New Traveller's Guide and Panorama of England and Wales' in 1836. .





Approx 9.5cms by 13cms.










Price: 30.00
  



John Cary.

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John Cary.
Ref: 2348068




A miniature antique county 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: 35.00
  



Carlisle Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.

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Carlisle Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8980028





A detailed plan showing the existing boundaries and the proposed boundary changes produced by Lieutenant Robert Kearsley Dawson, Royal Engineers, whose distinctive signature appears on each of these maps and plans. These maps and plans were the result of the Reform Bill of 1831 and the Boundaries Act of July, 1831. Circa 1832 - 37 with original colouring. Some offsetting.






Approx 18cms by 29 cms.









Price: 65.00
  



John Aiken.

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John Aiken.
Ref: 2347399





This antique county map of Cumberland by John Aikin was published in "England Delineated" in 1795. It is simple in style, showing only the county outline with major towns and rivers. This is quite a scarce map.




Approx 11cms by 16cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Sidney Hall.

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Sidney Hall.
Ref: 2347079






An antique county map of Cumberland engraved by Sidney Hall and published in "A Travelling County Atlas with all the Coach and Rail Roads accurately laid down and coloured and carefully corrected to the present time." Published in 1842 with original outline colouring. Centrefold as published.





Approx 18.5cms by 24.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Kirby Kendal Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.

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Kirby Kendal Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8980138




A detailed plan showing the existing boundaries and the proposed boundary changes produced by Lieutenant Robert Kearsley Dawson, Royal Engineers, whose distinctive signature appears on each of these maps and plans. These maps and plans were the result of the Reform Bill of 1831 and the Boundaries Act of July, 1831. Circa 1832 - 37 with original colouring. Some offsetting.


Approx 25cms by 27 cms.




Price: 45.00
  



Cole & Roper

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Cole & Roper
Ref: 2346933





An antique county map of Derbyshire engraved by J. Roper from a drawing by G. Cole. Interesting in grading the roads, locating archaeological sites, mail coach routes etc. Originally produced to accompany the "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Full original hand colour.




Approx 17.5cms by 23.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



WhitehavenKirby Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.

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WhitehavenKirby Town Plan - R.K. Dawson.
Ref: 8980273





A detailed plan showing the existing boundaries and the proposed boundary changes produced by Lieutenant Robert Kearsley Dawson, Royal Engineers, whose distinctive signature appears on each of these maps and plans. These maps and plans were the result of the Reform Bill of 1831 and the Boundaries Act of July, 1831. Circa 1832 - 37 with original colouring. Some offsetting.






Approx 34cms by 60 cms.








Price: 50.00
  



Henry George Collins

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Henry George Collins
Ref: 2346017




An antique county map of Cumberland by Henry George Collins. Produced by lithographic transfer. Circa 1850.




Approx 17.5cms by 24cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Carlisle Town Plan.  (Cole & Roper).

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Carlisle Town Plan. (Cole & Roper).
Ref: 2345835




An antique and detailed town plan of Carlisle engraved by J. Roper from a drawing by G. Cole. It is decorated with a view of 'Carlisle with the Cathedral, Castle and Bridges' together with the arms of the 'City of Carlisle' and arms of the 'See of Carlisle.' Published by Vernor, Hood & Sharpe in 1807. Uncoloured as published.



Approx 23cms by 18cms.



Price: 95.00
  



Joseph Nightingale.

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Joseph Nightingale.
Ref: 2345438




An antique county map of Cumberland from 'English Topography or, A Series of Historical and Statistical Descriptions of the several Counties of England and Wales.' Printed for Baldwin, Craddock, and Joy Paternoster-Row. Published in 1816 with contemporary outline colouring. This map was engraved by John Roper and drawn by George Cole. and originally issued to accompany 'The Beauties of England and Wales' and issued in the 'British Atas' in 1810.



Approx 23cms by 17.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cumberland  -  Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.

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Cumberland - Map of the Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales. 1885.
Ref: 2345361



This map by Lt. R. Owen Jones was produced by zincographic transfer to accompany the 1885 Boundary Commissioners Report showing the proposed new divisions of the counties for parliamentary and local government purposes. Top margin cropped close to printed border as shown.



Approx 33.5cms by 47cms.


Price: 30.00
  



R. K. Dawson.

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R. K. Dawson.
Ref: 2344586



This antique county map of Cumberland by Lt. R.K. DAWSON. R.E. is one of several compiled between 1831 and 1832 showing the "Proposed Division of Counties and Boundaries of Boroughs". The colouring is original.
Published January, 1832.

Approx 21cms by 26cms.


Price: 25.00
  



A Plan of Solway Moss in Cumberland.

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A Plan of Solway Moss in Cumberland.
Ref: 2344580





An antique map of Solway Moss in Cumberland engraved by Thomas Bowen. Published in the 'Gents Magazine' in 1770.



Approx 10.5cms by12.5cms.


Price: 65.00
  



Plan of Solway Moss.  (Eye Draught of the Solway Moss)

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Plan of Solway Moss. (Eye Draught of the Solway Moss)
Ref: 2344579


An antique plan of Eye Draught of the Solway Moss engraved by Thomas Bowen. Published in the 'Gents. Magazine' Vol. 49 in February, 1779. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 14cms by 9.5cms.


Price: 45.00
  



Seller - Grose.

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Seller - Grose.
Ref: 3174





An antique county map of Cumberland published by Francis Grose in "Supplement to the Antiquities of England and Wales" in 1787 using John Seller's maps of 1695. Later coloured by hand and text continues on verso.



Approx 15cm by 22cm


Price: 45.00
  



J. & C. Walker.

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J. & C. Walker.
Ref: 2344567




An antique county map of Cumberland published by Samuel Lewis in his "View of the Representative History of England" in 1835. Drawn by R. Creighton and engraved by J. & C. Walker. The map clearly pin-points the electoral divisions. Original outline colouring.



Approx 20cms by 25.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Plan of the Lakes of Cumberland  -  Travellers Guide through Scotland and its Isles.

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Plan of the Lakes of Cumberland - Travellers Guide through Scotland and its Isles.
Ref: 33921





An antique Plan of the Lakes of Cumberland published in 'Travellers Guide through Scotland and its Isles' Printed by George Ramsay & Co. for J. Thomson, Jun. and Co. Edinburgh, and John Murray, London in 1811.





Approx 16.5cms by 9cms.


Price: 30.00
  



A Map of the Countries Adjacent to Carlisle shewing the Route of the Rebels with their principal Fords over ye R.r Eden.  G.Smith.

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A Map of the Countries Adjacent to Carlisle shewing the Route of the Rebels with their principal Fords over ye R.r Eden. G.Smith.
Ref: 11907

This historic map shows the course of the Second Jacobite Rebellion in the English and Scottish border area around Carlisle and its attempt to install Charles Edward Stuart "Bonnie Prince Charlie" or "The Young Pretender" to the throne of England. Inset view of "The West Prospect of Carlisle Castle". Published by G. Smith in the "Gentleman's Magazine" in 1746 . Some old vertical and horizontal folds.
Approx 26.5cms by 20.5cms.


Price: 110.00
  



S. A. Oddy.

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S. A. Oddy.
Ref: 11606





An antique county map of Cumberland divided into hundreds engraved by James Wallis. Published in his 'New British Atlas' in 1813 by S.A. Oddy. Shows county town, market towns, Parks, Seats, Rivers and Mail, Coach and Turnpike Roads and Coal Pits. Original wash colouring.

Approx 17.5cms by 26cms.


Price: 45.00
  



John Cary.

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John Cary.
Ref: 11567



An antique county map of Cumberland by John Cary, published in his "Traveller's Companion or a delineation of the Turnpike Roads of England and Wales", published in 1817. Original outline colouring. Small worm hole repaired in the compass rose at the top

Approx 9cms by 14cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Samuel Leigh.

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Samuel Leigh.
Ref: 3613




An antique county map of Cumberland with scale and compass rose, published in 'Leigh's New Pocket Atlas of England and Wales' by M.A. Leigh in 1834.

Approx 7cms by 12cms.


Price: 25.00
  



J. & C. Walker.

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J. & C. Walker.
Ref: 9806




An antique county map of Cumberland engraved by J. & C. Walker drawn by R. Creighton. Published in "A Topographical Dictionary of England" by Samuel Lewis in 1831. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 23.5cms by 29cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cole & Roper.

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Cole & Roper.
Ref: 8722




An antique county map of Cumberland engraved by J. Roper from a drawing by G. Cole. Interesting in grading the roads, locating archaeological sites, mail coach routes etc. Originally produced to accompany the "Beauties of England and Wales" (London 1801-1818). Full original hand colour.



Approx 17.5cms by 23.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Owen & Bowen.

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Owen & Bowen.
Ref: 3173






A decorative and finely engraved antique county map from the atlas "Britannia Depicta", first published by John OWEN and Emanuel BOWEN in 1720 with later hand colouring.





Approx 11.5cm by 18cm








Price: 45.00
  



Archer.

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Archer.
Ref: 7352



An attractive antique county map of Cumberland drawn and engraved by Joshua ARCHER and published by Thomas DUGDALE in 1847. Has been coloured by hand.

Approx 23cm by 18cm


Price: 30.00
  



J. & C. Walker.

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J. & C. Walker.
Ref: 6905




An antique county map of Cumberland engraved by J. & C. Walker drawn by R. Creighton. Published in "A Topographical Dictionary of England" by Samuel Lewis in 1831.

Approx 23.5cms by 29cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Van Langeren.

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Van Langeren.
Ref: 5741




This is a rare little antique county map of Cumberland, together with distance table engraved by Van Langeren and published by Thomas Jenner in "A Direction for the English Traveller" in 1643. Fairly tight margins.



Approx 11cms by 11cms.


Price: 95.00
  



Thomas Moule.

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Thomas Moule.
Ref: 8715




An antique county map of Cumberland by Thomas Moule. Published in "Barclays Universal English Dictionary. Circa 1840. The colouring is later. All Borders closely cropped with two repaired tears to bottom margin..



Approx 20cms by 26cms.


Price: 65.00
  



Archibald Fullarton

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Archibald Fullarton
Ref: 924



This antique county map was published in the "Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales" in 1843 with later hand colouring. This map is the same as those issued in 'A New Comprehensive Gazetteer of England' by James Bell 1833 - 34. They now have railways added. A vignette view of Carlisle from the North East in bottom right corner. Horizontal centrefold as published.



Approx 19cms by 23.5cms.



Price: 50.00
  



Badeslade and Toms

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Badeslade and Toms
Ref: 3189



An antique county 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.


Approx 15cms by 14cms.


Price: 60.00
  


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