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M.J. Armstrong - Brampton, Alconbury, Upton, Sawtry, Stilton.

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M.J. Armstrong - Brampton, Alconbury, Upton, Sawtry, Stilton.
Ref: 8981535






A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 6 - Brampton, Alconbury, Upton, Sawtry, Stilton.




Approx 17cm by 9cm









Price: 30.00
  



M.J. Armstrong - Wetherby, Boroughbridge, Kirby Hill.

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M.J. Armstrong - Wetherby, Boroughbridge, Kirby Hill.
Ref: 8981534






A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 23 - Wetherby, Boroughbridge, Kirby Hill.





Approx 17cm by 9cm








Price: 30.00
  



M.J. Armstrong  -  Croft (near Darlington, Darlington, Aycliffe.

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M.J. Armstrong - Croft (near Darlington, Darlington, Aycliffe.
Ref: 8981533





A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 23 - Croft (near Darlington, Darlington, Aycliffe.





Approx 17cm by 9cm







Price: 30.00
  



M.J. Armstrong - Wooler, Akeld, Kirknewton, Mindrum.

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M.J. Armstrong - Wooler, Akeld, Kirknewton, Mindrum.
Ref: 8981532






A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west..
This is Plate 40 - Wooler, Akeld, Kirknewton, Mindrum.






Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M.J. Armstrong - Redpath Moor, Birkhill, Lauder.

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M.J. Armstrong - Redpath Moor, Birkhill, Lauder.
Ref: 8981531






A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 42 - Redpath Moor, Birkhill, Lauder.






Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M.J. Armstrong  -  Newbiggin, Channelkirk, Falla, Crighton.

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M.J. Armstrong - Newbiggin, Channelkirk, Falla, Crighton.
Ref: 8981530





A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 43 - Newbiggin, Channelkirk, Falla, Crighton.






Approx 17cm by 9cm








Price: 30.00
  



M.J. Armstrong  - Tadcaster, Copmanthorpe, York.

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M.J. Armstrong - Tadcaster, Copmanthorpe, York.
Ref: 2355421




A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west..
This is Plate 20 - Tadcaster, Copmanthorpe, York.




Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -  Long Bennington, Balderton, Newark, North Muskham.

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M. J. Armstrong - Long Bennington, Balderton, Newark, North Muskham.
Ref: 2355420






A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 10 - Long Bennington, Balderton, Newark, North Muskham.




Approx 17cm by 9cm








Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -   North Otterington, Great Smeaton, High Entercommon (near Darlington)

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M. J. Armstrong - North Otterington, Great Smeaton, High Entercommon (near Darlington)
Ref: 3830





A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 18 - North Otterington, Great Smeaton, High Entercommon (near Darlington)




Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -  Shipton (near York), Easingwold, Thomanby,  Birdforth

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M. J. Armstrong - Shipton (near York), Easingwold, Thomanby, Birdforth
Ref: 3829







A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 21 - Shipton (near York), Easingwold, Thomanby, Birdforth.






Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -   Kirby Hill, Dishforth, Topcliffe, Sandhutton, South Otterington.

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M. J. Armstrong - Kirby Hill, Dishforth, Topcliffe, Sandhutton, South Otterington.
Ref: 3831




A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 17 - Kirby Hill, Dishforth, Topcliffe, Sandhutton, South Otterington.





Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -   Thirkelby, Thirsk, Thornton-le-Street, Northallerton.

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M. J. Armstrong - Thirkelby, Thirsk, Thornton-le-Street, Northallerton.
Ref: 3828






A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 22 - Thirkelby, Thirsk, Thornton-le-Street, Northallerton.





Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -   Cromwell, Carlton on Trent, Weston, Tuxford, West Markham, West Drayton, Gamston.

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M. J. Armstrong - Cromwell, Carlton on Trent, Weston, Tuxford, West Markham, West Drayton, Gamston.
Ref: 3589





A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west..
This is Plate 11 - Cromwell, Carlton on Trent, Weston, Tuxford, West Markham, West Drayton, Gamston.





Approx 17cm by 9cm







Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -   Girtford, Tempsford, St. Neots, Little Paxton, Buckden.

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M. J. Armstrong - Girtford, Tempsford, St. Neots, Little Paxton, Buckden.
Ref: 3372





A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 5 - Girtford, Tempsford, St. Neots, Little Paxton, Buckden.






Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M.J. Armstrong  -   Huntingdon, Great Stewkley, Little Stewkley, Upton, Sawtry and Stilton .

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M.J. Armstrong - Huntingdon, Great Stewkley, Little Stewkley, Upton, Sawtry and Stilton .
Ref: 7059





A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west. "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776.
This is Plate 6 - Huntingdon, Great Stewkley, Little Stewkley, Upton, Sawtry and Stilton .






Approx 17cm by 9cm







Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -  Cornhill, Coldstream, Greenlaw.

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M. J. Armstrong - Cornhill, Coldstream, Greenlaw.
Ref: 3575






A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 38 - Cornhill, Coldstream, Greenlaw.





Approx 17cm by 9cm







Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -  Edlingham, Glanton, Hedgeley.

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M. J. Armstrong - Edlingham, Glanton, Hedgeley.
Ref: 3574




A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 36 - Edlingham, Glanton, Hedgeley.





Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong   -  Wooler, Askeld, Kirknewton, Mindrummill, Halefield.

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M. J. Armstrong - Wooler, Askeld, Kirknewton, Mindrummill, Halefield.
Ref: 3573






A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 40 - Wooler, Askeld, Kirknewton, Mindrummill, Halefield.





Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -  Beal, Cheshwick, Berwick.

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M. J. Armstrong - Beal, Cheshwick, Berwick.
Ref: 3572






A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 30 - Beal, Cheshwick, Berwick.





Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -   Cockburnspath, Broxburn, Dunbar, Bellhaven, Tyningham.

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M. J. Armstrong - Cockburnspath, Broxburn, Dunbar, Bellhaven, Tyningham.
Ref: 779






A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 32 - Cockburnspath, Broxburn, Dunbar, Bellhaven, Tyningham.





Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -   Prestonhaugh, Haddington, Tranent Moor.

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M. J. Armstrong - Prestonhaugh, Haddington, Tranent Moor.
Ref: 780





A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 33 - Prestonhaugh, Haddington, Tranent Moor.






Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -   Tranent, Musselburgh, Edinburgh.

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M. J. Armstrong - Tranent, Musselburgh, Edinburgh.
Ref: 781





A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 34 - Tranent, Musselburgh, Edinburgh.





Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 35.00
  



M. J. Armstron  -   Windywalls, Kelso, Mellerstain Castle..

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M. J. Armstron - Windywalls, Kelso, Mellerstain Castle..
Ref: 783





A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 41 - Windywalls, Kelso, Mellerstain Castle.





Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -  Redpath Moor, Birkhill, Lauder.

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M. J. Armstrong - Redpath Moor, Birkhill, Lauder.
Ref: 785





A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 42 - Redpath Moor, Birkhill, Lauder.





Approx 17cm by 9cm







Price: 30.00
  



M. J. Armstrong  -     Ayton, Press Inn, approach to Cockburnspath.

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M. J. Armstrong - Ayton, Press Inn, approach to Cockburnspath.
Ref: 787





A scarce antique road map from "An Actual Survey of the Great Post-Roads between London and Edinburgh" by Mostyn John Armstrong, published in 1776. Each map shows a section of the road from London to Edinburgh drawn on the scale of half an inch to the mile. These maps are not strip road maps, but take the form of a conventional map covering an area of approximately 12 miles from south to north and 7 miles east to west.
This is Plate 31 - Ayton, Press Inn, approach to Cockburnspath.





Approx 17cm by 9cm






Price: 30.00
  


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