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A Plan of the Ellesmere Canal.

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A Plan of the Ellesmere Canal.
Ref: 8996459



An antique canal map of " Ellesmere Canal" by I. Mutlow. Published May 16th, 1795 by J. Stockdale, Piccadilly. Uncoloured as published. Shows the route of the canal from River Mersey, Great Stanney, Stoak, Wervin, Caughall, Chester, Saltneyside, Lache Hall, Rough Hill, Cuckoos Nest, Wrexham, Ruabon, Plas Madoc, Chirk, Hordley, Dandyford, Shade Oak, Weston Lullingfields, Eyton, Walford, Hancott, Shrewsbury and River Severn.



Approx 20cms by 25cms.


Price: 95.00
  



A Plan of the River Tees and of the Navigable Canal from Stockton by Darlington to Winston in the Bishoprick of Durham.

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A Plan of the River Tees and of the Navigable Canal from Stockton by Darlington to Winston in the Bishoprick of Durham.
Ref: 8995904

An antique canal map Published in 'The Gentleman's Magazine: and Historical Chronicle', by Sylvanus Urban, printed at St. John's Gate, for D. Henry, August 1772 with later hand colouring

Approx 28.5cms by 17.5cm


Price: 125.00
  



A Plan of the Canal from the Trent to the Severn.

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A Plan of the Canal from the Trent to the Severn.
Ref: 8995903

This is antique canal map which was published in the 'Gent. Mag.' in 1771 with later hand colouring. The route is from Stafford-Wolverhampton-Kidderminster-Bewdley. Has two vertical folds.

Approx 28cms by 16cms.


Price: 95.00
  



A Plan of the River Salwarp and of the Navigable Canal from Droitwich to the River Severn in the County of Worcester.

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A Plan of the River Salwarp and of the Navigable Canal from Droitwich to the River Severn in the County of Worcester.
Ref: 8995902

Following the Droitwich Barge Canal Act of 1768, the canal from Droitwich was linked to the River Severn designed by the eminent canal engineer James Brindley. Plan engraved by John Lodge and published in 'The Gentleman's Magazine: and Historical Chronicle' by Sylvanus Urban, London in 1771 with later hand colouring and decorative cartouche. Several vertical folds.

Approx 34cms by 16cms.


Price: 155.00
  



A Plan of the Proposed Navigable canal from the Leeds and Liverpool Canal near Eccleston in the County Palatine of Lancaster, to Kendal in Westmorland. Surveyed in 1772 by Robt. Whitworth.

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A Plan of the Proposed Navigable canal from the Leeds and Liverpool Canal near Eccleston in the County Palatine of Lancaster, to Kendal in Westmorland. Surveyed in 1772 by Robt. Whitworth.
Ref: 8995901

An antique canal map published in 'The Gentleman's Magazine: and Historical Chronicle', by Sylvanus Urban, printed at St. John's Gate, for D. Henry in 1772 with later hand colouring. Several vertical folds.

Approx 31.5cms by 17cms.


Price: 125.00
  



'A plan of the canal now making from the several coal mines in the neighbourhood of Stourbridge and Dudley, to the Great Canal from the Trent to the Severn near Stourton, in the County of Stafford, survey'd in 1775 by Robert Whitworth

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'A plan of the canal now making from the several coal mines in the neighbourhood of Stourbridge and Dudley, to the Great Canal from the Trent to the Severn near Stourton, in the County of Stafford, survey'd in 1775 by Robert Whitworth
Ref: 8995900

An antique canal map which was published in 'The Gentleman's Magazine: and Historical Chronicle', by Sylvanus Urban, printed at St. John's Gate, for D. Henry, London in 1777 with later hand colouring. Three vertical folds.The obverse and reverse of a coin or medallion of the Emperor Maximin is shown in bottom left corner.

Approx 36cms by 17cms.


Price: 175.00
  



A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from the River Trent to Langley Bridge, in the Counties of Derby and Nottingham by J. Smith.

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A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from the River Trent to Langley Bridge, in the Counties of Derby and Nottingham by J. Smith.
Ref: 8995899

An antique canal map which was surveyed in 1776. Shows the canal from Langley Bridge on the Derbyshire-Nottinghamshire border along the River Erewash reaching the River Trent. Published in"Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle", by Sylvanus Urban in 1777 with later hand colouring.

Approx 29.5cms by 17cms.


Price: 125.00
  



A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from the City of Coventry to communicate with the Grand Canal upon Fradley Heath in the County of Stafford. Surveyed in 1767.

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A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from the City of Coventry to communicate with the Grand Canal upon Fradley Heath in the County of Stafford. Surveyed in 1767.
Ref: 8995845

An antique canal map engraved by John Lodge and published in the 'Gents. Mag' in June 1771, with later hand colouring.

Approx 33cms by 15.5cms.


Price: 125.00
  



A Plan of the Navigable Canal from Chesterfield, in the County of Derby, to the River Trent near Stockwith in the County of Nottingham.

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A Plan of the Navigable Canal from Chesterfield, in the County of Derby, to the River Trent near Stockwith in the County of Nottingham.
Ref: 8995844

A Canal Map entitled "A Plan of the Navigable Canal from Chesterfield, in the County of Derby, to the River Trent near Stockwith in the County of Nottingham. Surveyed in 1769." Circa 1770 with later hand colouring. Right margin as shown.

Approx 30cms by 16cms


Price: 95.00
  



A Plan of the Thames and Severn Canal Navigation.  Laid down from Actual Surveys by Robt. Whitworth Enginr. 1783.

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A Plan of the Thames and Severn Canal Navigation. Laid down from Actual Surveys by Robt. Whitworth Enginr. 1783.
Ref: 8994921

An antique canal map engraved by Wm. Faden, Charing Cross, commencing from the River Severn at Framload to Wallbridge to Minching Hampton to the tunnel at Sapperton Hill. Then continuing to Cirencester and on to Cricklade. Trimmed to printed border on left side and a section of the right of the map has been removed.

Approx 71cms by 30cms.


Price: 225.00
  



A Plan and Profile of the proposed Navigable Canal from the Line of the Thames and Severn Canal in the Parish of Kempsford and the County of Gloucester, to the River Thames at Abingdon in the County of Berks.

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A Plan and Profile of the proposed Navigable Canal from the Line of the Thames and Severn Canal in the Parish of Kempsford and the County of Gloucester, to the River Thames at Abingdon in the County of Berks.
Ref: 8994920

An antique canal map which was 'Surveyed in 1784, by Robt. Whitworth, Eng. Engraved by Wm. Faden Geographer to the King, Charing Cross.' Extends from Kempsford, Gloucestershire in the West through Buckland to join the Thames at Abbingdon in the East. Trimmed to printed border on three sides with the left vertical border trimmed beyond the border.

Approx 62cms by 34cms.


Price: 225.00
  



A Plan of the River Calder from Wakefield to Sowerby Bridge, near Halifax in the County of York.  Surveyed in the Years 1740, 1741 & 1758 by John Eyes.

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A Plan of the River Calder from Wakefield to Sowerby Bridge, near Halifax in the County of York. Surveyed in the Years 1740, 1741 & 1758 by John Eyes.
Ref: 8981567

An antique map of the River Calder extending from Wakefield in the East to Horbury to Thornhill, Dewsbury, Mirfield, Clifton, Brigg House, Ealand to Sowerby Bridge in the West. Engraved by Thomas Bowen, Clerkenwell in 1758, with later hand colouring. Vertical join in centre.

Approx 75cms by 23.5cms.


Price: 250.00
  



A Plan of that part of the River Calder that lies between Sowerby Bridge and Halifax, Brooksmouth in the County of York.  Survd. in Jan. 1758 by John Eyes.

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A Plan of that part of the River Calder that lies between Sowerby Bridge and Halifax, Brooksmouth in the County of York. Survd. in Jan. 1758 by John Eyes.
Ref: 8981568

An antique plan engraved by J. Evans, Liverpool. The need for more effective means of transportation resulted in the construction of canals and a network of turnpike roads. Circa 1758 with later hand colouring. Table on right side gives details of "Rise of Water from Halifax Brooks mouth to the Surface of the Water under Sowerby Bridge in Jan. 1758".

Approx 33cms by 24.5cms.


Price: 195.00
  



 Plan of River Calder from Wakefield to Ealand and from thence to Salter Hebble Bridge. Surveyed in 1740 and 1741 by John Eyes.

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Plan of River Calder from Wakefield to Ealand and from thence to Salter Hebble Bridge. Surveyed in 1740 and 1741 by John Eyes.
Ref: 8981582

An antique map showing the stretch of the River Calder from Wakefield to Ealand. The river passing Horbury, Thornhill, Dewsbury, Mirfield, Clifton, Brigg House to Ealand. Large strapwork cartouche, tables showing the rise of water, heights of dams and a key plate. Engraved by Emanuel Bowen. Circa 1741 with later hand colouring.

Approx 68cms by 23.5cms.


Price: 250.00
  



A Map of the New Intended Canal to join the Rivers Severn and Trent, by T. Kitchin. Geographr.

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A Map of the New Intended Canal to join the Rivers Severn and Trent, by T. Kitchin. Geographr.
Ref: 8993358





An antique map showing a proposed canal between the Severn and the Trent. The title cartouche shows a boat with sail on a river. Printed in "The London Magazine ". Published in 1753 with later hand colouring. River Trent is shown at the top of the map with the River Severn in the bottom left corner.




Approx 11.5cms by 18cms.




Price: 85.00
  



 A Plan of the River Tees and of the Navigable Canal from Stockton by Darlington to Winston in the Bishoprick of Durham.

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A Plan of the River Tees and of the Navigable Canal from Stockton by Darlington to Winston in the Bishoprick of Durham.
Ref: 8993063

An antique canal map Published in 'The Gentleman's Magazine: and Historical Chronicle', by Sylvanus Urban, printed at St. John's Gate, for D. Henry, August 1772 with later hand colouring

Approx 28.5cms by 17.5cm


Price: 125.00
  



A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from the River Trent to Langley Bridge, in the Counties of Derby and Nottingham by J. Smith.

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A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from the River Trent to Langley Bridge, in the Counties of Derby and Nottingham by J. Smith.
Ref: 8991486

An antique canal map which was surveyed in 1776. Shows the canal from Langley Bridge on the Derbyshire-Nottinghamshire border along the River Erewash reaching the River Trent. Published in"Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle", by Sylvanus Urban in 1777 with later hand colouring.

Approx 29.5cms by 17cms.


Price: 125.00
  



A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from the City of Coventry to communicate with the Grand Canal upon Fradley Heath in the County of Stafford.  Surveyed in 1767.

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A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from the City of Coventry to communicate with the Grand Canal upon Fradley Heath in the County of Stafford. Surveyed in 1767.
Ref: 8991485

An antique canal map engraved by John Lodge and published in the 'Gents. Mag' in June 1771, with later hand colouring. Left margin extended.

Approx 33cms by 15.5cms.


Price: 85.00
  



A Plan of the Proposed Navigable canal from the Leeds and Liverpool Canal near Eccleston in the County Palatine of Lancaster, to Kendal in Westmorland.  Surveyed in 1772 by Robt. Whitworth.

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A Plan of the Proposed Navigable canal from the Leeds and Liverpool Canal near Eccleston in the County Palatine of Lancaster, to Kendal in Westmorland. Surveyed in 1772 by Robt. Whitworth.
Ref: 2355593


An antique canal map published in the Gents. Magazine in 1772 with later hand colouring.

Approx 31.5cms by 17cms.


Price: 95.00
  



A Plan of the Intended Navigable Canal from Leeds to Selby, proposed to communicate in the Township of Holbeck with the Canal now making between Leeds & Liverpool, with a view of the River Aire and Calder.

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A Plan of the Intended Navigable Canal from Leeds to Selby, proposed to communicate in the Township of Holbeck with the Canal now making between Leeds & Liverpool, with a view of the River Aire and Calder.
Ref: 8981571

An antique Canal Map which was published in "The Gents Magazine" in 1774 with later hand colouring.

Approx 34cms by 19cms.


Price: 150.00
  



A Plan of the Grand Canal from the City of Dublin to the River Shannon with Collateral Canals to the Rivers Barrow and Boyne.

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A Plan of the Grand Canal from the City of Dublin to the River Shannon with Collateral Canals to the Rivers Barrow and Boyne.
Ref: 8980444


An antique canal map engraved by T Bowen in 1779 with later hand colouring. Has two vertical folds.

Approx 29cms by 16 cms


Price: 95.00
  



A Plan of the Navigable Canal, now making from Cooper Bridge, to Huddersfield in the County of York.

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A Plan of the Navigable Canal, now making from Cooper Bridge, to Huddersfield in the County of York.
Ref: 8980452



An antique canal map which was published in 'The Gentleman's Magazine' in 1774 with later hand colouring.

Approx 28.5cms by 16cms.


Price: 95.00
  



"Plan of the Intended Navigable Canal from Moor Fields into the River Lee at Waltham Abby. Surveyed by Order of the City of London." By Robt. Whitworth

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"Plan of the Intended Navigable Canal from Moor Fields into the River Lee at Waltham Abby. Surveyed by Order of the City of London." By Robt. Whitworth
Ref: 8991483


An antique Canal Map - From Moor Fields into the River Lee at Waltham Abby. Circa 1774 with later hand colouting. Five vertical folds.

Approx 50.5cms by 13cms.


Price: 125.00
  



A Plan of the Canal from the Trent to the Severn.

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A Plan of the Canal from the Trent to the Severn.
Ref: 8991481


This is antique canal map which was published in the 'Gent. Mag.' in 1771 with later hand colouring. The route is from Stafford-Wolverhampton-Kidderminster-Bewdley. Has two vertical folds.

Approx 28cms by 16cms.


Price: 95.00
  



A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from Chesterfield in the County of Derby to the River Trent near Stockwith in the County of Nottingham.

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A Plan of the Navigable Canal now making from Chesterfield in the County of Derby to the River Trent near Stockwith in the County of Nottingham.
Ref: 8991480


An antique canal map 'Surveyed in 1770'. Engraved by John Lodge and Published in the "Gents Magazine" in May, 1772 with later hand colouring.

Approx 30.5cms by 17.5cms.


Price: 95.00
  



Map showing the course of the Proposed Manchester Ship Canal.

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Map showing the course of the Proposed Manchester Ship Canal.
Ref: 8991479

Canal map which was published in a "Supplement to The Illustrated London News" on February 3rd, 1883. Extends frpm Birkenhead in the West to beyond Thelwall in the East. A number of vertical folds are present. Repaired tear extends from edge of lower margin approx 4cms into image.

Approx 77cms by 24.5cms.


Price: 95.00
  



A Plan of the River Thames from Boulters Lock to Mortlake in Surrey.

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A Plan of the River Thames from Boulters Lock to Mortlake in Surrey.
Ref: 8991478

An antique canal map entitled " A Plan of the River Thames from Boulters Lock to Mortlake in Surrey :- From an actual Survey taken in 1770." Published in 1771 with later hand colouring. Some occasional foxing.

Approx 39cms by 19.5cms.


Price: 95.00
  



A Plan of the Navigable Canal from Chesterfield, in the County of Derby, to the River Trent near Stockwith in the County of Nottingham.

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A Plan of the Navigable Canal from Chesterfield, in the County of Derby, to the River Trent near Stockwith in the County of Nottingham.
Ref: 8991477


A Canal Map entitled "A Plan of the Navigable Canal from Chesterfield, in the County of Derby, to the River Trent near Stockwith in the County of Nottingham. Surveyed in 1769." Circa 1770 with later hand colouring. Right margin as shown.

Approx 30cms by 16cms


Price: 95.00
  



A General Plan of the several Canals, given in the Course of this magazine.

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A General Plan of the several Canals, given in the Course of this magazine.
Ref: 8990360



An antique map of part of England from the border with Wales, showing all canals from Bristol and London in the South and to Kendal in the North. Published in 'Gent. Mag. May 1773' with later hand colouring. Bottom margin cropped close to printed border.


Approx 20cms by 17cms.


Price: 75.00
  



A plan of the River Thames from Boulter's Lock to Mortlake, surveyed by order of the City of London in 1770 by James Brindley Engineer.

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A plan of the River Thames from Boulter's Lock to Mortlake, surveyed by order of the City of London in 1770 by James Brindley Engineer.
Ref: 8982483

........ Revised and continued to London Bridge in 1774 by Robt. Whitworth. A large uncoloured engraved linear map on three conjoined sheets, table of explanation and table of distances from London Bridge. A few long closed tears affecting image, slight spotting and dust soiling. A few vertical folds and many short horizontal folds.

Approx 145.5cms by 53cms.


Price: 750.00
  



 A plan of the Navigable Canals from Birmingham to the junction of the canal from the Rivers Trent & Severn at Autherley near Wolverhampton.........

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A plan of the Navigable Canals from Birmingham to the junction of the canal from the Rivers Trent & Severn at Autherley near Wolverhampton.........
Ref: 8982471

........... & from the Rivers Trent & Mersey at Fradley Heath near Litchfield from Fazely near Tamworth to the city of Coventry & from the Junction of the Oxford & Coventry Canals at Longford near Bedworth to the River Isis at the city of Oxford....', laid down from actual surveys..., published Wm. Wright, Engineer & sold at Messrs. Sayer & Co., 1791.

Approx 89cms by 43cms.


Price: 450.00
  



 Plan of the proposed London Canal from a place call'd Hog Hole in the River Thames in the Parish of Datchet and County of Buckingham to a place in the said River call'd Rails Head in the Parish of Isleworth and County of Middlesex. Surveyed 1794.

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Plan of the proposed London Canal from a place call'd Hog Hole in the River Thames in the Parish of Datchet and County of Buckingham to a place in the said River call'd Rails Head in the Parish of Isleworth and County of Middlesex. Surveyed 1794.
Ref: 8982470

An antique canal map showing Windsor to Richmond, with contemporary hand colouring, old folds, one 8" long repaired closed tear affecting image. The proposed canal is shown in red and the Reference in bottom right shows 'Lengths', 'Rises' and 'Falls' of the proposed canal. Surveyed in 1794 and engraved by V. Woodthorpe, 27, Fetter Lane, London.

Approx 76cms by 42cms.


Price: 450.00
  



A Plan of the proposed Navigable Canal from Andover to Redbridge in the County of Southampton. Surveyed in 1770.

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A Plan of the proposed Navigable Canal from Andover to Redbridge in the County of Southampton. Surveyed in 1770.
Ref: 8993309

An antique Canal Map engraved by John Lodge and published in "The Gents Magazine" in February, 1772 with later hand colouring.

Approx 34cms by 17cms.


Price: 95.00
  



Map of the Canal fropm Manchester to Runcorn.

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Map of the Canal fropm Manchester to Runcorn.
Ref: 8980455




An antique canal map which was engraved by L. Mutlow and was published by John Stockwell, Piccadilly on May 20th, 1795, with later hand colouring. Bottom and right margin trimmed close to printed border.



Approx 19.5cms by 24.5cms.





Price: 55.00
  



Map of the Canal from Manchester to Runcorn.

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Map of the Canal from Manchester to Runcorn.
Ref: 2348224






An antique canal map which was engraved by L. Mutlow and was published by John Stockwell, Piccadilly on May 20th, 1795. Uncoloured as published.



Approx 19.5cms by 24.5cms.





Price: 95.00
  



A Plan of the Canal from Huddersfield to Ashton under Lyne.

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A Plan of the Canal from Huddersfield to Ashton under Lyne.
Ref: 2348223





An antique canal map which was engraved by L. Mutlow and was published by John Stockwell, Piccadilly on March 20th, 1795. Uncoloured as published.



Approx 19.5cms by 24.5cms.




Price: 95.00
  



A Plan of the Rochdale Canal.

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A Plan of the Rochdale Canal.
Ref: 2348222





An antique canal map which was engraved by L. Mutlow and was published by John Stockwell, Piccadilly on January 11th, 1795. Uncoloured as published.



Approx 19.5cms by 24.5cms.





Price: 75.00
  



A Plan of the Canal from the Trent to the Mersey.

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A Plan of the Canal from the Trent to the Mersey.
Ref: 8980456





An antique canal map which was engraved by L. Mutlow and was published by John Stockwell, Piccadilly on May 20th, 1795, with later hand colouring. Bottom and right margin trimmed close to printed bor4der.



Approx 19.5cms by 24.5cms.





Price: 75.00
  



A Plan of the Canal from Huddersfield to Ashton under Lyne.

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A Plan of the Canal from Huddersfield to Ashton under Lyne.
Ref: 8980454





An antique canal map which was engraved by L. Mutlow and was published by John Stockwell, Piccadilly on March 20th, 1795, with later hand colouring.



Approx 19.5cms by 24.5cms.





Price: 75.00
  



A Plan of the Rochdale Canal.

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A Plan of the Rochdale Canal.
Ref: 8980453




An antique canal map which was engraved by L. Mutlow and was published by John Stockwell, Piccadilly on January 11th, 1795, with later hand colouring.



Approx 19.5cms by 24.5cms.






Price: 75.00
  



Canal from Liverpool to Leeds.

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Canal from Liverpool to Leeds.
Ref: 2348225

An antique canal map entitled "Canal from Liverpool to Leedsl" which was engraved by I. Mutlow and published by John Stockdale on DEc. 21st, 1794. Uncoloured as published.


Approx 28cms by 20.5cms.



Price: 95.00
  



Lancaster Canal.

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Lancaster Canal.
Ref: 2348227



An antique canal map of "Lancaster Canal" by I. Mutlow published Jan. 2nd by J. Stockdale, Piccadilly.



Approx 20cms by 25cms.


Price: 95.00
  


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